Uruguay’s oldest church – begun by the Portuguese in 1680, then completely rebuilt twice under Spanish rule – is the centerpiece of...
On the northwest edge of the plaza, Archivo Regional contains historical documents along with pottery and glass excavated from the...
Houses an eclectic collection of treasures including a whale skeleton, an enormous rudder from a shipwreck, historical timelines and a...
Touristy but fun, this funky corner place has polka-dot tablecloths, a vividly colored interior, outdoor seating with perfect views of...
Pulpería de los Faroles
Specializing in seafood and pasta, this eatery has a rainbow of colorful tablecloths in the interior dining room, plus a sea of informal...
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Viejo Barrio information
Whether you’re amused or annoyed by the eccentric waiter and his funny hats, Viejo Barrio remains a perennial old-town favorite thanks to its excellent homemade pasta and picturesque setting on historic Plaza de Armas.