Montevideo is the seat of government and one of the biggest cities in Uruguay. The city is the southernmost city in the Americas, located on Uruguay’s southern coast on the Río de la Plata’s northeastern side. Montevideo was under brief British rule in 1807 and was established by a Spanish soldier in 1724. The city as the Latin American city has for long been regarded that ensures the highest quality of life for its citizens. In 2015, the city achieved a per capita of $24,400. Montevideo is known to be a multicultural, vibrant, and eclectic place and also a Beta World City with a rich culture. The city serves as chief financial, an educational, and cultural hub and the major port of Uruguay.
One of the important cities in Uruguay, La Paloma is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Amongst South Americans and Uruguayans, this city is a popular summer beach resort, who flock here to enjoy the sun, sea, and sand. , This laid-back city is great to visit with spectacular beaches and to try out such as surfing, sailing, and windsurfing there are lots of fun watersports for you. Anaconda Beach is one of the best beaches for sunbathing were watching the sunset over the ocean is absolutely divine. La Paloma’s remote location makes it ideal for a quiet and peaceful holiday by the beach and perfect for those who are looking to kick back and relax
Salto is Salto Department’s biggest city that lies in northwestern Uruguay. On Route 3. on the Río Uruguay’s east bank, the city is located about 496 km away from Montevideo. With and near the ‘big jump’ fallsSalto is built on hills and bluffs. Like the Holy Cross Parish Church, Cathedral Basilica of St. John, Parish Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and numerous religious centers, and others are located in this one of the popular cities in Uruguay. A major attraction for the city folk is the thermal pools close to the city. Despite housing a number of slum areas, Salto provides all modern amenities to its people.
Originally built in the 19th century and situated on the Yi River, Durazno is one of the best cities in Uruguay. It named after the Brazilian Emperor Pedro I. You will love to see here the Casa del General, with exhibits on Uruguayan archaeology, Gaucho art, and local history. Kids will love the Durazno zoo and sports fans will enjoy the local sports museum. Designed by well-known architect Eladio Diesde, there’s also the wonderful Iglesia San Pedro De Durazno
Ciudad de la Costa
Located on the banks of the Río de la Plata, the Ciudad de la Costa lies in the Canelones Department of the country. It is one of the third biggest cities to visit in Uruguay. Ciudad de la Costa regarded as an extension of Montevideo, the country’s capital. The growth in infrastructure has been insufficient to meet the needs of the growing population through the Ciudad de la Costa has experienced rapid population growth in the past few decades. However, despite drawbacks, the Ciudad de la Costa serves as a tourist center and as an important commercial in Uruguay.
Located on Uruguay River’s banks, the Paysandu city lies where it forms the natural border between Uruguay and Argentina. International Airport names the Tydeo Larre Borges serves the city. The city in Uruguay to visit is known for a large number of companies that handle Eucalyptus planting is the country’s center of the plantation forest industry, and harvesting is located in this city. The city also houses a number of sporting clubs, more tourist attractions, and recreational beaches