For great views out across the city, take the elevator to the top of Montevideo’s most dramatic modern skyscraper.
Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo
This gallery makes thought-provoking use of the cells of a 19th-century prison, creating an avant-garde exhibit space for revolving...
Museo del Automóvil
The Automóvil Club del Uruguay’s museum has a superb collection of vintage cars, including a mint 1910 Hupmobile.
Cain Dance Club
Montevideo’s premier gay nightspot, Cain is a multilevel club with two dance floors playing everything from techno to Latin beats.
Mercado Agrícola de Montevideo
Montevideo's newest foodie attraction, this renovated market building north of the center is filled with fruit and veggie vendors and a...
Lonely Planet review
Dating from 1908, and still playing host to Uruguay’s Asamblea General (legislative branch), the three-story neoclassical Parliament building is also open for guided tours (UR$60) at 10:30am and 3pm Monday to Friday.