Uruguay Travel Articles

 
Uruguay: 7 Big Ways to Experience This Small Country
Uruguay: 7 Big Ways to Experience This Small Country Most travelers to South America include Brazil and Argentina in their itineraries, but exclude the small country of Uruguay. Lisa Mercer offers seven reasons why this little country has big appeal.
Making Friends with Street Vendors
Making Friends with Street Vendors You may never had any interactions with street vendors around the world other than buying something or trying to ignore them. But Dominic DeGrazier's time with some street vendors in Montevideo, Uruguay taught him that sometimes it's best to slow down and get to know them.
Diva Punta del Este – Uruguay, South America
Diva Punta del Este – Uruguay, South America Like any diva, Punta can be a bit intimidating. Cheryl Morris will help you prepare for your trip.
Going Back in Time in Uruguay – South America
Going Back in Time in Uruguay – South America Discover the hidden past and present day treasures of Colonia Del Sacramento, Uruguay, with Leslie Patrick. It's a quick day trip from Buenos Aires!
Hope in Uruguay – Uruguay, South America
Adam Jeffries Schwartz finds a few hostels in Uruguay that are more than hostels.
Where Are The Locals? – Salto, Montevideo, Colonia, Uruguay
Where Are The Locals? – Salto, Montevideo, Colonia, Uruguay home_jul06_spas.jpgA week spent in Urugua
Mobile Luxury and the Uruguayan Atkins Diet – Florianapolis, Brazil – Montevideo, Uruguay
Cullen Keller discovers the true meaning of luxury on a bus, and gives some profound dietary advice to travelers in or to Uruguay.
Message in a Barrel – Postcard # 2: Montevideo , Uruguay
Before getting to Uruguay Kyle MacDonald knew only three things about Uruguay: 1. Uruguay is not Brazil. 2. Uruguay is not Argentina. 3. Homer Simpson once pointed at a map of the world and said "Hee
Uruguay Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Uruguay Where is it?: Uruguay is in s southern South America, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Argentina and Brazil. Why do people go here?: According to the CIA fact book, Uruguay is South America’s second smallest country and draws more visitors per capita than any other South American state. Its 500 […]
Montevideo Devil – Uruguay
Adam Carter dances with the devil after being taken to a Montevidean nightclub.