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Pocitos

Pocitos

The Pocitos is a high-class beach barrio in the city along the banks of the River Rio de la Plata. The beach is popular for its Rambla, and the Playa Pocitos. It can be characterized by its buildings of apartments which have 10 to 15 storeys with an amazing view of the beach, the river, and the barrio. Soccer, nautical events, volleyball, and many other championships are a trademark of the place. Many important buildings like the Casa Towers and the Casa Darnaud are housed on the same.

Travelling to Montevideo, Uruguay

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The capital city and the largest city of Uruguay, Montevideo is housed on the bank of the river Rio de la Plata on the southern coast of the country. The city is popular worldwide for the quality of life it offers and houses. A rich cultural life in the city with vibrant and eclectic embarks the arena within Montevideo. The city also holds a rich cultural heritage including a number of artists, musicians, and writers. Murga, tango, and candombe are the three main dance forms of the city. Beef is an important part of the cuisine in the city and you will find the most diverse and delicious dishes of the same only in Montevideo. Carnival Week, Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, Parade of the Calls, Montevideo Carnival, etc. are some of the main festivals of the city.

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Montevideo Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked online through this website.

How To Get Around?

You can call a cab from the Radio Taxi service of the city. Buses and ferries are also available. Both the options are quite cheap and safe.

What Should I Wear?

Go for a casual look. Take a pair of shorts along with capris, and denims. T-shirts and tunics will look great. Carry a cap and sunglasses. Shoes and sandals work best.

Montevideo Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The off-season months are the best time to visit which include the months from September to November or March to May.

Currency

Uruguayan Peso

Will I Need a Guide?

No, transportation is easy and you can find anything on this site.

How To Get There?

Start from Buenos Aires if you want to save money and time. Three ferries run to and from the cities. It takes an hour for you to reach the station of Montevideo from Buenos Aires through the ferry.

Additional Info

Make sure you book your tickets timely as the tourist season attracts a lot of crowds to the city. Carry your Visa and passport at all times. Learn a few major words in the local language to make communication easier.