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Costanero on Rambla de Pocitos is in the heart of Montevideo, the starting point to experience the city in many ways.
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ONE-DAY TOURS:

Nothing more Montevidean than walking along the Rambla, towards Punta Carretas Lighthouse, walking past the Golf Club up to Rodó Park, an original design of great French landscapers of the nineteenth century, and finish off your walk at the National Museum of Visual Arts (MNAV) to enjoy its collection of international Uruguayan art.

The Old Town, the financial district, is 10 minutes away by car. Its Port Market of an iron architecture and skylights is a historical icon of the city, where you can enjoy many different dining options along its multiple, noisy and colourful counters. Unforgettable and authentic.

Ya en la Ciudad Vieja, dos plazas pequeñas preservan la historia de la ciudad la bella y colonial Plaza Zabala y conectada por la peatonal Sarandí, la Plaza Matriz separando con encanto enjardinado la Catedral y el Cabildo, primera sede del gobierno de Montevideo. A pasos de allí, el elegantísimo teatro Solís con sus columnatas tuvo el honor de convocar a Caruso, Rubinstein, la Pavlova, Isadora Duncan, Nijinski, etc.

A little further away you will come across Plaza Independencia, the Government Executive Offices, and Palacio Salvo, an architectural whim originally intended to house Harrod's and of which the great Le Corbusier said looking at it: "This is the right angle". When asked if it was the place to appreciate it better, he said, "No, to point a cannon at it". Still, a symbol of Montevideo.

Hacia el este de COSTANERO la ondulante Rambla puede ir llevándole por el Puerto deportivo del Buceo y más allá hacia Punta Gorda y Carrasco, de origen balneario y hoy barrio enjardinado y elegante con múltiples opciones de comercios de moda y gastronomía donde vale la pena el ambiente chic y descontraído de Manzanar y el Café Misterio, el primero, a espaldas del Hotel Casino Sofitel Carrasco y el segundo un clásico montevideano.
Nothing more Montevidean than walking along the Rambla, towards Punta Carretas Lighthouse, walking past the Golf Club up to Rodó Park, an original design of great French landscapers of the nineteenth century, and finish off your walk at the National Museum of Visual Arts (MNAV) to enjoy its collection of international Uruguayan art. no cargo la imagen
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