Museo de Artes Decorativas
Casa Garibaldi is where Guiseppe Garibaldi once lived. The 19th-century Italian nationalist hero spent years of exile in Montevideo...
Former home of Fructuoso Rivera (Uruguay’s first president and Colorado Party founder), this neoclassical 1802 building is the...
Museo de Arte Precolombino e Indígena
This museum displays a permanent collection of artifacts and information about Uruguay’s earliest inhabitants, along with rotating...
Café de la Pausa
A cozy hideaway tucked upstairs just west of Plaza Constitución.
Rincón de Zabala
This modern corner place serves up free wi-fi along with affordable breakfasts, sandwiches and cafeteria-style daily specials.
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Museo de Artes Decorativas information
The Palacio Taranco, a wealthy 1910 merchant’s residence designed by famous French architects Charles Girault and Jules Chifflot, is filled with ornate period furnishings and paintings by European artists including Ghirlandaio and Goya.