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Teatro Florencio Sánchez
Uruguay’s oldest theater (1876) outside of Montevideo, has many original features (including the curtain) and hosts occasional...
This historical museum displays evocative images from the multiple 19th-century sieges of Paysandú, including of the bullet-riddled...
Museo de la Tradición
In parkland near the riverfront, this museum features a small but well-displayed selection of anthropological artifacts and gaucho gear.
Popular ‘Panceta’ serves pizza, chivitos stacked high with every ingredient imaginable, and tasty desserts such as strawberry cake and...
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If you’ve got a sweet tooth (and we mean a really sweet tooth) pull up a stool at this ancient confectioner’s shop and sample one of Uruguay’s classic desserts: chajá , a dentist-friendly concoction of sugary meringue, fruit and cream invented here in 1927.