Visit one of southern Uruguay’s most beautiful resort towns, Punta del Este, on this day trip from Montevideo! Explore the pristine beaches of Brava and Mansa and visit famous Casa Pueblo, an astounding Mediterranean-style villa and art gallery created by painter and sculptor Carlos Páez Vilaró. This full-day tour offers a perfect introduction to Punta del Este for the whole family!
• 8 hours
While in port in Montevideo, enjoy a private, 4-hour shore excursion of Uruguay’s charming capital city. With a private guide, see top attractions like Parliament Palace, Constitution Square and Independence Plaza. You’ll visit several coastal barrios, learning about the distinctive design of the buildings along with Montevideo’s history. View the city’s coastline with its picturesque beaches and stroll the waterfront walkway in Old City. You can also upgrade to include a winemaking tour at a local vineyard and a tasting of Uruguay’s award-winning tannat wine.
• 6 hours
Discover Montevideo, the capital city of Uruguay, on this 3-hour city tour! Travel by bus and on foot as you explore Independence Plaza and Parliament Palace. Venture into the residential neighborhoods of Carrasco, Punta Gorda and Pocitos, where along Las Ramblas, you'll see vast beaches and beautiful promenade areas. Your expert guide will teach you about the history of the city’s barrios, as well as the unique architecture of the beautiful buildings.
• 3 hours
Get to know the city of Colonia del Sacramento on a day trip from Montevideo! Discover the colonial charm and history of this coastal city as you explore the cobblestone streets with your knowledgeable guide. Visit Barrio Histórico -- Colonia's historic area and a UNESCO World Heritage Site -- and see Real de San Carlos, Fernando's Beach and more. As you wander through Colonia’s wharf and downtown areas and admire unique colonial architecture, you’ll feel as though you’ve journeyed back in time.
• 8 hours
Enjoy a night out in Montevideo with dinner and a show! Watch some of South America's best dancers perform tango, ‘candombe,’ and ‘milonga’ -- all important types of Uruguayan dance. You’ll also enjoy a dinner of Uruguay's traditional dishes filled with barbequed meat. This 4-hour dinner and show offers the perfect introduction to Uruguayan culture!
• 4 hours
Escape the hustle and bustle of Buenos Aires and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the historic Uruguayan town of Colonia del Sacramento. On this day trip, take a short boat ride from Buenos Aires across the Rio de la Plata and enjoy a city sightseeing tour and walking tour of Colonia. Then, enjoy a delicious lunch at a quality restaurant of your choice (own expense) and spend the afternoon exploring the city of Colonia at your leisure.
• 10 hours
Located on the opposite coast of River Plate lies the ancient city of Colonia del Sacramento. On this private day trip, you will get to know its charming cobbled streets, flowery balconies and the astonishing colonial layout. Visit this enchanted destiny for nature and history lovers.
• 10 hours
Experience Uruguay’s fine wine and cuisine on this 5.5-hour wine tour from Montevideo! First, head out of the city to visit a local winery where you’ll sample five wines, including a tannat – a rich red wine for which the winery is known. Then you’ll be driven back to the city, where you’ll enjoy a special three-course lunch of Uruguayan dishes – paired with wine and sparkling wine – at a local restaurant. While you eat and drink, learn about Uruguay’s wine history and current industry from a knowledgeable guide.
• 5.5 hours
Explore the sophisticated resort town of Punta del Este on this 4-hour private shore excursion. With a private guide, enjoy a scenic drive with stunning views from Punta Ballena before you explore downtown highlights and coastal neighborhoods. You’ll see Punta del Este's yachts and sailboats as you stroll along the lovely seaport of unspoiled Playa Brava. Then enjoy free time walking down Gorlero Avenue to browse the local shops.
• 4 hours
Escape Montevideo for a morning of wine tasting! One of the largest producers of wine in South America, Uruguay is known for its red wines made from tannat grapes. You’ll sample these wines, plus many others, at two different wineries. During the tours of the wineries and 10 total tastings, you’ll learn about the country’s wine making history and significance from a knowledgeable guide.
• 4.5 hours