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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Opera House
“The oldest theater in Uruguay and the entire western hemisphere. Located in the old town of Montevideo, near the Independence Square. Built according to the design of the Italian architect Carlo Zucchi in the neoclassical style and officially opened on August 25, 1856. The side wings of the building were completed in 1874 under the direction of the French architect Victor Rabu. The theater is named after the Spanish discoverer Juan Diaz de Solis. This is the history of the country.”
  • 75 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Uruguay is a creative hub and there are art galleries absolutely everywhere. Make sure to visit the Garcia and Gurvich museum while in the old city. ”
  • 41 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“Shows musicales, ballet, opera y mas. ------------ Musical shows, ballet, opera and more”
  • 34 locals recommend
“One of the main square sof the city, in the milit between the Old Town and Donwtown districts.”
  • 36 locals recommend
“Building in Montevideo Palacio Salvo is a building in Montevideo, Uruguay, located at the intersection of 18 de Julio Avenue and Plaza Independencia. It was designed by the architect Mario Palanti, an Italian immigrant living in Buenos Aires, who used a similar design for his Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.”
  • 19 locals recommend
“Una foto icónica de Montevideo; el Palacio salvo fue, en su momento, el edificio más alto del continente.”
  • 15 locals recommend
“Baar Fun Fun is a family run business, and its the place to go for a night of Boleros and Tengo! This is a show, so you will be paying an entry fee but if your visiting make sure to go one night for a great experience. To get a good seat go early 8-9pm, or call beforehand and make a reservation. ”
  • 18 locals recommend
“This prominent plaza divides the old from the new Uruguay, and is surrounded by an interesting array of architectural styles. It also contains a statue of General Artigas, considered the father of Uruguay.”
  • 10 locals recommend
“La puerta de la Ciudadela es el monumento mas antiguo que queda de la era colonial de Montevideo. Esta puerta conectaba a la Ciudad Vieja con el resto de Montevideo, una parada clasica para el turista. /// Gateway of the Citadel is the oldest monument that remains from colonial times, this door connected the Old Town with the rest of the city, classic sightseeing in Montevideo.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“Es un bar que convoca a mucha gente y en cuyo subsuelo (pequeñísimo) suelen armarse bailes, a veces con DJ o música en vivo. Un lugar muy relajado e informal, que además queda esquina cruzada con Brecha, otro boliche similar a este, y a una cuadra del Bremen, otro bar.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“main theatre. in front at bacacay cafe! it has a nice coffe palace and you can ask for a guided visit.or go and see a concert or opera. allways with something going on!”
  • 15 locals recommend
“Classic Montevidean pizzería with 100 years open, famous for its "pizza al tacho"”
  • 16 locals recommend
“Nice place to find handmade souvenirs from our country.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Music Venue
“One of the main venues for music concerts and performing arts in town.”
  • 10 locals recommend
“Irish Pub con musica en vivo, comida rica y buenos tragos /// Irish Pub, with live music and tasty food and drinks. ”
  • 11 locals recommend
“Old city downtown bar with live music and local people - great for a drink to meet and to be met - recommendable to take a taxi at night”
  • 5 locals recommend