Uruguay Vacation Travel Guide



Traveling to Uruguay is not always on the top of everyone’s South America itinerary, but it is definitely a place you shouldn’t skip. From incredible steaks and …

26 thoughts on “Uruguay Vacation Travel Guide

  1. Tatsuo Ozeki says:

    I visited he first time in summer 1975. The weather and the beach in Montevideo were so good just like South Bay area of LA, a beautiful blue sky and the very pretty beach. It was told that rich Americans came to buy T-Ford at that time. This video was taken during their winter season?

  2. Hermes Golfarini says:

    Very good tips video! The real Uruguayan treasure is its people. You hit the nail on the head, things are not done in a rush here, and when they are it's probably to rush home or to see your friends, lol. But you'll make lifelong Uruguayan friends, and should you ever need help or information, just ask anybody on the street and they will try their best to assist you.

  3. akshay kumar says:

    Mark thank you for the information. You are right not much is there about Uruguay.
    I'd like to ask about topics not touched:
    – Cost of living: What is the average Cost of living for a single guy?
    – Healthcare: What's your take on the healthcare there?

  4. Mitzi Anderson says:

    I love your channel. I have a question for you since you're such an accomplished traveler and I respect your opinion. I'm American, and my husband is Colombian. My 180 days ran out and I'm now back home. My question is where would you suggest my husband and I can travel to together, so we can stay together while waiting for his spousal visa to be approved for America. We don't want to stay in Colombia, it's become way to dangerous. We were thinking of Mexico, but I don't know if things will change with the country having spikes in covid. We just want to be somewhere affordable and a little safer than Colombia. I have always been afraid of travel restrictions changing too, because my husband I both do not want anything to do with the vaccine. At worse we'd rather be stranded together instead of stranded apart, so we need to pick some place to go to soon. Where would you suggest? I love the prices in Thailand, but the tickets are very expensive! Thank you 🙂

  5. Mitzi Anderson says:

    I love your channel. I have a question for you since you're such an accomplished traveler and I respect your opinion. I'm American, and my husband is Colombian. My 180 days ran out and I'm now back home. My question is where would you suggest my husband and I can travel to together, so we can stay together while waiting for his spousal visa to be approved for America. We don't want to stay in Colombia, it's become way to dangerous. We were thinking of Mexico, but I don't know if things will change with the country having spikes in covid. We just want to be somewhere affordable and a little safer than Colombia. I have always been afraid of travel restrictions changing too, because my husband I both do not want anything to do with the vaccine. At worse we'd rather be stranded together instead of stranded apart, so we need to pick some place to go to soon. Where would you suggest? I love the prices in Thailand, but the tickets are very expensive! Thank you 🙂

  6. Larry Abbott says:

    Visited 2018 to check out the progressive politics, alternative energy, etc. The Lonely Planet book for Argentina has a Uruguay section. There is no "spectacular" scenery but the beaches are good. Stayed in Punta del Diablo. Modest, educated folks and decent small cities. Some of the "paved" roads off the main highways have been beaten up by logging trucks. Eucalyptus. We rented a car.

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