Tango classes for all levels, from beginner to expert.
Museo del Automóvil
The Automóvil Club del Uruguay’s museum has a superb collection of vintage cars, including a mint 1910 Hupmobile.
Museo de la Historia del Arte
In the basement of Montevideo’s Palacio Municipal (town hall, also known as Intendencia), MuHAr features a wide-ranging collection of...
Mercado de la Abundancia
On Saturday evenings, locals throng the top floor of this historic market building to dance to live tango music. Join in, or watch from...
With its blazing fire and irresistible aroma of grilled meat, this popular parrilla epitomizes the Mercado de la Abundancia’s cozy,...
Lonely Planet review
For art-house flicks, this film club charges a modest membership (UR$300 per month, plus UR$140 one-time sign-up fee) allowing unlimited viewing at its four cinemas; non-members pay a small entry fee (UR$130) per film. It hosts the two-week Festival Cinematográfico Internacional del Uruguay in March or April.