Classes in African drumming, capoeira and candombe dance. Note that this course doesn't cater for the casual learner - you'd want to...
Just off Plaza Independencia, elegant Teatro Solís is Montevideo’s premier performance space. First opened in 1856, and completely...
The 18th-century Palacio Estévez, on the south side of the Plaza Independencia, was the Government House until 1985.
Since 1895 this intimate, informal venue with pleasant front deck has been serving its famous uvita (a sweet wine drink) while hosting...
With brick walls, high ceilings and a 3m-tall statue of Don Quixote, this classic corner bar has been wooing patrons since 1931 with...
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At this often jam-packed bar, youthful patrons straddle the windowsills between the dark interior plastered with vintage album covers and the sidewalk tables cooled by breezes off the Rambla.