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Montevideo: 3-Hour Bike Tour

1. Montevideo: 3-Hour Bike Tour

Discover Montevideo on 2 wheels on a 3-hour bike adventure in a shared group and with the expertise of a local guide. Arrive at the convenient meeting point and get kitted out with all the necessary equipment. Embark on a comfortable ride through the urban center, starting at Plaza Zabala and the Taranco Palace. Listen as your guide reveals the story about the foundation of Montevideo. Continue on the cycle route to visit the Plaza Matríz, Church, Water Fontain, Cabildo, Club Uruguay, Pedestrian Sarandí. Next, take a short walk through the Sarandí pedestrian area to the gate of the Citadel. Reach Independence Square, and see the mausoleum. Then, continue on to see the Salvo Palace and Estevez Palace. Ride along the Rambla for views of the Solís Theater as you learn about the story of the battle of the Rio de la Plata.  Pass by the Graf Spee, the German and American embassy buildings, Yemanjá Monument, Mercosur Building, Parlasur, Rodo Park, Summer Theater, Jewish People's Memorial, Punta Carretas Lighthouse, Pittamiglio Castle, and Trouville Point. Finally, return to the start point filled with new information about the history, architecture, and culture of this incredible city.

Montevideo: Ciudad Vieja 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

2. Montevideo: Ciudad Vieja 2.5-Hour Walking Tour

Explore Montevideo’s Ciudad Vieja on a 2.5-hour cultural walk. Immerse yourself in the rich colonial history of the Old Town as your guide points out the details of intricate neoclassical facades. Dignified and bustling, the Ciudad Vieja provides a setting straight out of a movie. Walk down the Boulevard Sarandi, location for many of the city’s museums, art galleries, and nightclubs. Your guide will provide an in-depth commentary about the most important characters in the city’s development and how they made the city grow through novel marketing schemes. View a 42-foot (13-meter) stretch of the city's original wall, and stroll along the 25 de Mayo to learn about the original layout of Montevideo’s historic buildings, putting the first colonial Governor's Home into its current-day context. Finally, discover the mysteries hidden in the facade of the emblematic Palacio Salvo. Finish the tour at the Mercado del Puerto, where you can grab a bite of traditional food, if you like.

Montevideo Beer Tour

3. Montevideo Beer Tour

After hotel pick–up, visit 2 breweries in Montevideo to sample very tasty artisanal beers in a fun environment. The purpose of this beer experience is to introduce you to Uruguayan craft beers, while you get to know best parts of Montevideo. Breweries tend to open in the evening, so your tour starts at 6:30pm and lasts up to 3.5 hours. Stop at each brewery for at least 1 hour to sample and enjoy your beers. Your guide will let you know when it's time to move onto the next brewery. After your adventure the driver will drop you off at your hotel in time for dinner. 

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What people are saying about Montevideo

There were three of us and it was great. Insights into the old town, drive along the sea and across the city back again. Together with our guides' explanations about the country and its people, it was an interesting and instructive day. The enthusiasm of our guides about "their" city and "their" country was carried over to us. We have been Urugay fans ever since

Alberto is a very knowledgeable guide who speaks excellent English. We'd walked around many if the areas covered in the tour but it wasn't until Alberto explained the sights and the history behind them that we actually saw them. Very enjoyable!

Everything you have to see in Montevideo, plus information about history, culture and politics. Finally, you can work off a little more on the Ramla .. Tour, bikes and guide exelente.

Our guide Atila was spectacular. The beers we had were delicious and the atmosphere was very pleasant! I recommend the tour.

Great tour in both inside the city and around the see