Tango classes for all levels, from beginner to expert.
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...
Centro Municipal de Fotografía
Rotating contemporary photo exhibits and a computerized archive of 100,000 historic photos can be seen here.
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...
Delicious Middle Eastern treats such as felafel, shawarma and Armenian sandwiches (cheese, tomato, cucumber and olives) fill the menu...
Lonely Planet review
With its blazing fire and irresistible aroma of grilled meat, this popular parrilla epitomizes the Mercado de la Abundancia’s cozy, relaxed ambience. Lunchtime prices are about half what you’d pay at the more touristy Mercado del Puerto – the menu ejecutivo includes a mixed grill and a glass of wine for UR$220. There’s live jazz two Thursdays per month, plus tango or salsa on Saturday nights.