Parking Fee $18 USD; 10% only for Uruguayan residents
Shopping, dining, and historical architecture
Walk along the Montevideo boardwalk and get to know the rich culture of the city as you tour through local neighborhoods that wind through the historic district and financial center. Take in breathtaking views from the lighthouse, stroll the city’s beaches, or discover the unique appeal of Montevideo’s gourmet cuisine and thrilling nightlife, all in Punta Carretas. If you are visiting between January and March, experience the Uruguayan Carnival or “the longest carnival in the world,” a sensory experience with bands, street performers, and vibrantly colored floats. Whatever entertainment you choose, it’s time to see why this city has consistently ranked in highest quality of life among Latin American cities.