Teatro Florencio Sánchez
Uruguay’s oldest theater (1876) outside of Montevideo, has many original features (including the curtain) and hosts occasional...
Museo de la Tradición
In parkland near the riverfront, this museum features a small but well-displayed selection of anthropological artifacts and gaucho gear.
Confitería Las Familias
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...
Lonely Planet review
Displays evocative images from the multiple 19th-century sieges of Paysandú, including the bullet-riddled shell of the cathedral and women in exile watching the city’s bombardment from an island offshore.