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Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Uruguay is a soccer-loving country. Its two victories in the 1930 and 1950 World Cups, the fact that it holds the record for being the country who won more than 15 Copas América, is an undisputable indication of this.

Great stars of the Uruguayan soccer history come from the capital city, Montevideo: Diego Forlán, who won the Golden Ball for the best player in the 2010 World Cup; the unforgettable Obdulio Varela, a leading figure of the famous Maracanazo against Brazil in 1950 and the “maestro” (teacher) Washington Tabárez, coach of the Uruguay national team for more than 10 years, to name a few. In addition to the renowned striker of Barcelona, Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani, player of Paris Saint-Germain and winner of the Golden Ball 2017, both natives to the department of Salto.

In Montevideo you can breathe football, and for lovers of this sport visting their main stadiums is a must. Below is a guide especially designed for soccer fans:

1) First goal of the World Cups (July 13, 1930)
Two sculptures designed by the architect Eduardo di Mauro, at Coronel Alegre Street, between Silvestre Blanco and Charrúa (Pocitos neighborhood) represent the arch of the first goal of the Soccer World Cup and the middle of the court. The sculptures feature the setting, the first game and the first goal scored in a World Cup by the French Lucien Laurent against Mexico in the Estadio de los Pocitos–Peñarol back then, which was no longer used since 1934.

2) Estadio Centenario.
It was especially built especially for the 1930 World Cup. It is here where the Uruguayan soccer team plays as a local. In addition, it has hosted the 1942, 1956 and 1967 South American Championships; as well as the 1995 Copa América, all won by the Uruguayan team.
Located in this stadium, the Museo del Fútbol (Football Museum) seeks to preserve the Uruguayan soccer heritage and disseminate the history of soccer in the country, South America and the world. Visitors can find a collection of memorabilia of the best moments of Uruguayan soccer, such as trophies, clothing and flags.

Interestingly enough, the Estadio Centenario was declared a Historical Landmark of the World Soccer by FIFA in 1983 and is the only construction of its kind worldwide.
It is worth noting that the stadium might undergo renovation works in the event that the 2030 World Cup is held in Uruguay, Argentina and Paraguay. In fact, it has already been defined as one of the main scenarios where the World Cup would be played.

3) Estadio Campeón del Siglo.
Better known as Peñarol, since it belongs to the Peñarol Athletic Club. It bears its name in honor of the distinction granted by the International Federation of History and Statistics of Soccer as the best 20th century South American club.
The stadium was inaugurated in March 2016, and the first match played was a friendly one against RiverPlate, where Peñarol won 4 to 1 with scores by Diego Forlán, Luis Aguiar and Cristian Palacios.
In the stadium one can also visit the Museum of Peñarol, where the most important trophies of the club, as well as historical accessories such as shirts worn by the club's main players can be found.

4) Estadio Gran Parque Central.
Popularly known as El Parque, it is owned by Club Nacional de Fútbol. It was built in 1900, which makes it the oldest stadium in America and the fifteenth in the world.
The Tricolor Temple, as it is also called, went down in history as the seat of the first game in the history of the world championships. In 2005, it received an award from FIFA for the commemoration of the first match of the World Cup. In 2005, El Parque was reopened with a match between Nacional and Olimpia (Paraguay).

5) Estadio Luis Franzini
The Luis Franzini Stadium, located in Parque Rodó, is where the Defensor Sporting team trains and plays as local, although the stadium is used both for the Uruguayan Championship and for international tournaments and for the Copa Libertadores and the South American Championship. It can house 18,000 spectators.
It was named after Luis Franzini, who was president of the club.
Touring these stadiums and getting to know a bit more of the iconic history of Uruguayan soccer is a must for soccer-loving tourists who can trace back the steps of Latin American famous soccer players.


In late October, a classical Montevideo attraction made a comeback. The Panoramic Viewing Platform at the top of the City Hall building reopened its doors, Mondays to Fridays 10am to 4pm. At 80 meters, it offers one of the most comprehensive and iconic views of the city. The renovated observation deck has a cafeteria, a gift shop and a visitor service center.

Visitors can borrow binoculars and umbrellas and have free wi-fi access, a rest area with tables and seats, cell phone charging stations and touch screens with QR codes.

Parties of over 15 members must schedule their visit either by phone – call 1950 3368 Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm –; in person, at San José 1328; or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Useful information: Where to go: 22nd Floor of the Intendencia de Montevideo (the City Hall). 18 de julio Ave. 1360. Opening hours: 10am to 4pm.

Getting hold of the best Uruguayan craft beers at a good price, carefully choosing among several premium cuts of meat, enjoying a hot chocolate with churros on a communal table where you can interact with other diners, having an ice tea while the store manager talks about trendy beverages, or tasting origin coffee and picking your own fruit which you will take home later, are some of the alternatives that can be experienced at the new Mercado Ferrando that opened in December 2017 in the Cordón neighborhood in Montevideo.

In the past years this area has had a strong take-off and has seen the birth of countless gastronomic ventures and night pubs that lure university students but also people in their 30s, 40s and "even more" who look for stylish surroundings where they can dine peacefully and taste new flavors.

The new venture created by Maxime Degroote, a Belgian and Pierina Lanzaro, a Uruguayan, can be defined as a large market of flavors. It was built under the roof of an old furniture factory with heritage value dating from the 19th century.

According to the entrepreneurs, from the beginning they aimed at selecting independent ventures and preventing the place from being overcrowded with "branches of".

"A selection of local proposals with global mentality" is the logo in the marketing material used by the market and this is perceived in the environment when one listens to the store managers, who are often the owners of the enterprise, explaining with devotion the characteristics of their products.

In terms of food, international cuisine and gourmet is the protagonist, highlighting Peruvian food, Mexican food and a salad bar with organic and healthy products.
The facilities with more than 2000 square meters and the decoration of the project are worthy of admiration. On the ground floor one can find shops selling products and a large food court with rustic furniture and warm lighting that draws visitors to stay and chat.

On the upper floor, there are restaurants that have their own space to eat. Simultaneously, an area for musical and artistic events is planned to open next year.

Flavors that you have to taste...

1) Ganache. In addition to having a coffee in the market, one can take home ground or toast coffee and clear all the doubts with the barista in charge of the store. For the summer, they offer ice cream coffee with Bailey's of Dulce de Leche, a temptation for those who enjoy discovering new sweet flavors.

2) Wuyi. A small teashop of loose leaves teas, which offers more than 60 varieties of European origin. Those who choose this infusion to accompany more meditative breaks will certainly long for this store.

3) Lutini. This sweet corner offers baking supplies and aims at the consumption of pure chocolate and chocolate coating from different places in Brazil.

The poke bowls store was all the rage at the opening. Different bases are offered such as sushi rice, whole meal, quinoa, green mix and protein such as tuna, tofu and salmon.

5) Chelato. The ice cream parlor that has become a classic of gourmet tours is also present at Mercado Ferrando.

Librería del Mercado. (Market’s Bookstore). Books are also sold in the market because the soul also needs to feed itself. This is a bookstore specialized in cooking with collection titles for lovers of gastronomy.

Chaná Street 2120
Opening hours: Mondays to Saturdays from 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 a.m. and Sundays as of 9.00 a.m.
Parking on Joaquín de Salterain street.


Tango is one of the most genuine and original cultural expressions in the Rio de la Plata, and Montevideo offers enchanting surroundings to get carried away by the rhythm of its music.
Any day of the week is fine to get inspired by the 2 by 4 rhythm in picturesque and diverse milongas in the capital.
How can we define these magical encounters of Montevideo´s night life?
A Milonga is a space dedicated specifically to the tango dance; the meeting place of "milongueros" (milonga dancers), amateurs or tango dancers, to express their passion and enjoyment for the dance.
Gustavo Bello, a dancer and teacher of tango, defines it as "a privileged place to do some dance moves, enjoy and dance, but also to share an embrace and a common feeling for the genre."
Milongas usually gather friends and acquaintances who share the same passion for tango, but also receive tourists from all over the world who are curious to experience tango on their own shoes or simply to sit and watch the dance.
In Montevideo, there are milongas of different styles and sizes. For example, on Wednesdays you can visit Museo del Vino, framed in an intimate setting characterized by sculptures, old wine demijohns and warm lighting.
Thursdays is Ché Madam, this milonga offers a dance floor and the most typical Uruguayan dishes. It is one of the few milonga options where besides enjoying the tango dance it is possible to sit down for dinner.
JovenTango, on the other hand, is usually recognized by dancers and teachers as "the institution" in the matter. Born in 1977, this cultural place aims to study, cultivate and promote the musical genre born in the Rio de la Plata. Its diverse milonga proposals are framed within a space of wide tradition as the "Mercado de la Abundancia" (Market of Abundance).
Dance lovers often praise the place´s extensive curupai hardwood floors of more than 180 square meters.
Although milongas there take place practically every day of the week - Mondays: La Lunera; Tuesdays: La Yapa -, the busiest day of the week is usually Friday, when sometimes there are more than 200 couples on the dance floor.
Another milonga of great tradition is Vieja Viola at the Ensueño Room on Saturdays. Its acclaimed dance floor has been visited by champions from all over the world.
Uruguayans have their own codes when it comes to milonga. For example, to invite someone to dance, we go to their table and it is common to see women taking the initiative. In Argentina, however, it is usually the gentlemen who ask ladies to dance and they do it with a nod of their heads, while the women wait attentively for their gestures of invitation.

Milongas every night

  • 01Monday. "LaLunera". Location: Aquiles Lanza 1290 and San Jose. Tel. 29015561 Facebook: JovenTango 
  • 02

    Tuesday. "Lo de Margot." Location: Constituyente 1812, between Gaboto and Yaro. Tel. 24106230. Facebook: LodeMargot.

  • 03

    Wednesday. "Museo del Vino" Location: Maldonado 1150. 29083430. Website: Museodel Vino. Sitio web: MuseodelVino.
    "La Callejera". Location: Plaza Líber Seregni. From October to May 1st. Facebook: "Milonga Callejera"(Street tango dancing). Facebook: "Milonga Callejera"

  • 05 Friday. "JovenTango" Location: Aquiles Lanza 1290 at San Jose. Facebook: JovenTango. Facebook: JovenTango.
  • 06  Saturday. "Lo de Margot" Location: Constituyente 1812, between Gaboto and Yaro. Tel. 24106230. Facebook: LodeMargot.
    "Vieja Viola". Location: Paysandú 1639 at Minas . Facebook: Vieja Viola

Important: Milonga schedules can change so we recommend contacting your organizers. Visit Milongashoy fan page for all the highlights each week.

The first chords of the anthem of Tangos are heard more than ever on the streets of Montevideo. The "Chan, chan, chan, chan" resonates in the most diverse places from the old radio of an old coffee shop in Montevideo, a ringtone on a cell phone, the whistle of the bus driver or the answering machine of a state entity.
No one escapes the spell cast by La Cumparsita, much less in 2017: the 100th anniversary of its premiere. The centennial is conducive to discover and get carried away by tango; this expression from the River Plate, which in Uruguay is experienced in a special way. Following are some of the proposals to be surprised by the 2x4 rhythm on Uruguayan soil.

1- Going to milongas Montevideo style
Every night the capital offers charming surroundings of different styles and sizes to be carried away by the rhythm of the 2x4. The so-called "milongas" are places designed for the meeting of amateurs or tango dancers, who share their passion and enjoy tango on the dance floor.

2- Visit La Cumparsita Museum
The new museum, which opened this past December, is located in one of the most emblematic buildings of the capital: Palacio Salvo, precisely on the same grounds where the tango anthem was heard for the first time back in 1917.
Tours for tourists are organized every day led by local guides who tell visitors the stories and tales of mythical tango. The guided tour costs $ 150 and includes a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, depending on the time of the day and the preference of the tourists.
Visitors can also go to dinner shows featuring a welcoming drink, starter, main course, dessert and two shows; one is a dance and the other is a radio drama accompanied by a live bandoneonist. This proposal runs from Friday to Sunday and the cost is US$ 90 per person and requires prior reservation.

3 - Listen to "La Cumparsita" in a café in the capital.
The downtown area and the old city, as Montevideans call it, are full of bars that have witnessed stories which are part of our history. Café Bacacay, Fun Fun, Café Brasilero, Tasende and Roldos are just some of the examples visitors cannot miss.

4- Have a picture taken at the sculpture of Carlos Gardel at Facal Bar.
On 18th of July Avenue, the principal avenue in the city, right at the entrance of Facal Bar, there is this nice sculpture of Carlos Gardel, also called "the magician". Pictures of visitors embracing the statue have become a classic souvenir. Besides, gastronomic critics say this is also a great spot to try a delicious "Chivito" (beef sandwich), one of the most traditional dishes of Uruguay.

5- Enjoy two exhibitions related La Cumparsita
As of February, the Museum of the General Authors' Association of Uruguay (Agadu) will hold an exhibition on Gerardo Matos Rodríguez, which will be open all year round from Monday to Friday, with photographs, personal objects and documents of the author. In turn, as of April 19, the Montevideo Photography Center will open a photographic exhibition of the author in the Open Sky Gallery of Parque Rodó. Both proposals are free of charge.
However, tango is present not only in the capital, Montevideo. The rest of the country also offers corners to experience and enjoy the passion of this cultural expression. For those who are willing to travel a few miles we suggest the following :

6 - Visit the Carlos Gardel Museum
This museum is part of the Municipality of Tacuarembó and is located in an old grocery store in Valle Eden, where Carlos Gardel would have performed as a young artist. The museum displays several documents which base the version of Gardel´s origin in Tacuarembo and its consequent Uruguayan nationality. According to these sources, the singer was born on a farm called 'Santa Blanca', located in the town of Valle Eden.
Address: Ituzaingó 364 Casa de la Cultura (House of Culture), Valle Edén. Department of Tacuarembó
Phone: (598) 46323520- mobile 30

7- Esapcio Cultural y Museo Julio Sosa (Museum and cultural center)
Created in honor of Julio Sosa, called the "Tango Man" who was born in Las Piedras (Canelones), this cultural space located at the Horse Track in the city of Las Piedras offers samples and exhibitions of the culture of the city.
Address: Hipódromo de las Piedras. Avenida Bicentenario S / N - Las Piedras. Canelones. Phone number: (00) 598 23666703 Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

8- Go to the Festival "Vení a cantarle a Gardel” (Come and Sing out to Gardel)
The twentieth edition of the National Contest "Vení a cantarle a Gardel" will be held between December 8th and 10th in Tacuarembó and this year gathers special shows and artists to celebrate the 130th anniversary of the famous singer.

9- Be part of the activities of Dia del Patrimonio (Heritage Day)
In 2017 La Cumparsita will be the central theme of the National Heritage Day, which takes place the first weekend of October. A myriad of proposals and activities throughout the country will revolve around the tango anthem.

The Anthem of Tangos composed by Uruguayan artist, Gerardo Matos Rodríguez, has a new cultural space. The museum is open every day from 9 am to 4:30 pm on the ground floor of Palacio Salvo building, which at the beginning of the 20th century housed a coffee shop named La Giralda where La Cumparsita was heard for the first time, performed by the quartet led by Roberto Firpo, a musician with vast experience at the time.
This cultural space, which opened in December 1916, offers tours with local guides who tell visitors the stories and tales of the place from the early days. The guided tour is $150 and includes a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, depending on the time of the day and the preference of visitors.
The inside walls and the surroundings are covered by records with the first edition of La Cumparsita, old victrolas and an infinity of documents from the time.
This cultural space also offers dinner shows featuring a welcome drink, a starter, a main course, dessert and two shows; one is a dance and the other is a radio drama accompanied by a live bandoneonist. This proposal runs from Friday to Sunday and the cost is US$ 90 per person and requires prior reservation.
Visitors can also choose from different souvenirs to take home or try the wines, two special editions, which bear the label of the most famous tango in the world.

A fresh look
One striking aspect is that the creators of the museum do not come from the Montevideo tango movement. Their inspiration came directly from their contact with the place. "When we walked into the room and we saw the plans of the distribution of the mythical Giralda and we compared them with the place where the Salvo stands today, there was as a sort of immediate connection with the idea. It was a revelation. Besides, the Palacio Salvo building has a particular magic that catches you ", says the director of the museum, Ms.Monica Kaphammel.


Instructions with decorum
A poster shows the transformation of tango, which in the beginning was linked to the masculine environment and night life, and gradually won the acceptance of the rest of society. This poster is a picturesque list of instructions dedicated to housewives, which teaches them to dance tango with a style much less daring than that used in the brothels of the time.

Ironic notes
A cartoon made by Gerardo Matos Rodríguez himself, mocks the bad reputation of his tangos in the early twentieth century. "If cheap music is the music of your choice, here is a tango by Matos Rodríguez," reads the irony written on an improvised illustration of his own authorship.

Old Victrolas
The museum exhibits two old victrola phonographs that are still in operation; a home version and one for the ball room. Visitors are surprised to hear their unique sound without having to resort to electricity.

Palacio Salvo, Plaza Independencia 848.
Telephone numbers: (00598) 2900 1264.

Touring Montevideo with children has a particular charm. Young people need to be outdoors, enter places where they have freedom of movement, play and interact with the older ones and above all, have fun and be surprised. In this article we suggest 10 attractions where you can safely enjoy your vacation without hearing the so feared phrases "I want to leave" or "How far is it?".

1. Lecocq Park
Located on the outskirts of Santiago Vázquez, the 60-hectare park is a support center for the conservation of biodiversity, nationally and internationally. Located on the banks of the Santa Lucia River 19.5 km from the city center, the park hosts more than 500 animals. Its origins go back to the years 1946 and 1949 when a zoo with animal species from all over the world was created. Currently, it is designed as an Ecological Park, combining a zoo, a scientific center, a museum and a botanical garden.
It houses an interpretation center of Parque Natural Municipal Humedales (Wetland Municipal Natural Park) of the Santa Lucia river, that offers guided visits.
Address: Luis Batlle Berres - Km 19.5
Hours: Summer from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Winter from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone: (00598 2) 312 0013
Guided tours: Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Guided tours: Paseo del Monte: Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

2. Museum of Pre-Columbian and Indigenous Art
It displays more than 700 archeological and ethnographic pieces of indigenous people in America and the present territory of Uruguay. In the Mapi, the youngest can discover what these lands were like thousands of years ago, what animals inhabited them, what the first settlers did not to get bored and what things they invented to entertain their children. Visitors can enjoy all this while engaging in different activities designed so that children, teenagers and adults can become familiar and learn a little more about the Indigenous America.
Address: 25 de Mayo 279 on the corner of Pérez Castellano
Hours: Mondays to Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 a.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (598) 2916 9360.

3. The Macarena "At the end of the Wetland"
This proposal includes several walks through incredible natural corners located a few kilometers from the capital. La Macarena is immersed in the wetlands of Santa Lucia. These are characterized by being the only salt water wetlands in South America, the most extensive and important in Uruguay and thw wetlands that contain a high degree of biodiversity, including more than half of the species of birds of our country. Boat tours along the channels and beaches, jeep tours in the Criollo woods and a tour of the productive area with ​​more than 50,000 fruit trees are part of the options for visitors. An important aspect is that tours are offered for blind and disabled people.

4. Planetarium
The planetarium of Montevideo “Agr. Germán Barbato" was opened on February 11, 1955, being the first in Latin America. In addition, the Spitz, its main projector, is the oldest in the world still in operation. There are regular visits to watch the stars, day or night, many of which have the honorary collaboration of amateur astronomers. The planetarium is a highly recommendable walk for star and planet fans. “Ciencia Viva” (Live Science), an active science museum, operates in the basement of the Planetarium. It opens its facilities between May and November. The activities of the planetarium are free in general.
Address: Gral. Rivera Avenue 3275.
Phone: 26229109

5. Espacio Ciencia (Science Space)
This interactive science and technology museum belongs to the Uruguayan Technological Laboratory (LATU) and offers themed exhibitions on: Antarctica, Anthill, Respira Uruguay and others. It is open from July to November, with special hours during July holidays. The exhibitions are aimed at children of all ages under family supervision.
Address: Avda. Bologna between Avda. Italia and Maria Saldún
Hours: July to November, Mondays to Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays: 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. July holidays: every day from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Telephone: 26013724 int. 1170-1171

6. Torres García Museum
The museum´s proposal is to understand and feel art from the perspective of the famous Uruguayan painter Joaquín Torres García, one of the great masters of Modern Art. Visitors can learn the fundamental concepts of his work through the senses, by playing. The activity takes place in the permanent room of the Torres García Museum, where oil paintings, drawings and the originals of the transformable toys made by the artist are exhibited. It is also possible to experiment with the facsimile reproductions of the artist's toys. What is so special about these toys? How do they work? What shapes are they made of? What do they share with other works by Torres? Can they teach us how to create? All this and more is part of the proposal that the museum has prepared for the little ones and their families. Visits need to be scheduled in advance.
Address: Peatonal Sarandí 683
Neighborhood: Ciudad vieja (Old City)
Schedule: Open all year from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Phone number: 2916 26 63 | 2915 65 44 | 2915 26 35
Description: Duration: 1 hour Price: $ 150 (Uruguayan pesos)

7. Mechanical attractions of Parque Rodó
This amusement park in Montevideo is a classic for families with both small children and not so much. There are two entertainment areas with rides and several food options. One is located on Boulevard Artigas and 21 de Setiembre and gathers the attractions for smaller children: merry go rounds, auto rides, crazy cups rides, etc. and the other one is by the beach, Playa Ramírez. This last one, apart from attractions of similar characteristics, has more daring rides for teenagers such as The House of Terror, Flying Parasols, the Samba Rock Ride and a Ferris Wheel.
Hours: Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 2.30 pm to 9 pm

8. Children's City
This is an entertainment center for the family where children and adults explore their creativity through symbolic games. It can be defined as a city on a scale of 2,500 m2, where the kids and their families can play and pretend to be what they want and even discover their vocation. Kids can be journalists, jewelers, gas station employees, models, artists, doctors, cameramen, firefighters, stylists, TV hosts, the roles to play are many and the best is that kids can try them all.
Hours: Saturdays and Sundays from 3pm to 7pm. + INFO

9. Paintball and Laser Shots in Montevideo
Shooting wars, whether it is paint or laser lights has become an international trend. In Montevideo there are several places to practice them, such as Area51, in the heart of Montevideo, which has 3 indoor paintball courts for children over 12 and a Laser Shot area for children over 6.

10 - Puntogame
Escape Room is a new experience in the form of a real escape game, designed for groups of 2 to 5 players, for friends, family and businesses. Set in a time and place, your team has a mission to play. They will only need wits, skills, logics and team work. All the adrenaline and fun concentrate in just 60 minutes.
Address: Soriano 943 bis. Esq. W. F. Aldunate
Hours: Every day from 10 am to 10 pm, with prior arrangement.
Phone: (+ 598) 95 560 098

Like any other gathering of people sharing the same passion for a music genre, milongas have their own golden rules, which are worth knowing if you plan to enjoy the experience in full. Following are some of the most important ones:

  • 01Circulate on the outer perimeter of the dance floor and counter clockwise. The legend goes that in the old times, tango men feared being stabbed in the middle of the dance and they had to watch their backs. This way, they stayed alert and avoided being ambushed in the center of the dance floor.
  • 02

    Ser respetuoso con el espacio de baile del resto de los bailarines de la pista y no andar a los "ponchazos".

  • 03

    Be respectful of the dancing space of other dancers on the floor and avoid halts.

  • 04

    Dance the 4 tango pieces of the round and escort the lady to the table where she was when you asked her to dance.

  • 05 Tango classes are given before every milonga, where it is possible to learn tips that can be later applied on the dance floor. However, once you are on the dance floor, it is not appropriate to indicate another dancer what to do or to try to teach a move to another dancer.

This club is situated in the south/center of the city of Montevideo, overlooking the rambla that surrounds the coast of the Rio de la Plata, in the residential area of Punta Carretas, only five minutes away from the financial and commercial center of the Uruguayan capital. 


Adress: Bulevar Artigas 379
Telephone: (5982) 710 17 21 al 25 - Fax. (5982) 710 02 56
Web site: www.cgu.com.uy
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Construction: Mayo de 1930
Designer: Dr. Alister Mackenzie.
Holes: 18 Ida 3.445 yds. - Vuelta 3.190 - Total 6.635 yds.

This course is located only five minutes away from Carrasco International Airport, and only thirty minutes from the capital's commercial and financial center. This course has a unique design, in which each of the 18 holes snakes between residences whosegardens overlook the course, allowing the player to enjoy changing scenery. The course has all the services: practice fields, electric carts, caddies, club rental, and a restaurant.


Adress: Cno. de Los Horneros 4440.
Telephone: (59837) 684 00 04
Web Site: www.latahona.com.uy
Construction: 1996
Designer: Jorge Armas - Enrique Muñoz
Holes: Par 71 Ida: 3.244 yds. - Vuelta: 3.260 yds. - Total: 6.504 yds
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