Accessible Travel

Uruguay is increasingly providing for travelers with special needs. In Montevideo, for example, you’ll find newly constructed ramps and dedicated bathrooms in high-profile destinations such as Plaza Independencia and Teatro Solís, disabled access on some bus lines and a growing number of ATMs for the visually impaired. The Uruguayan government organization Pronadis/Mides (pronadis.mides.gub.uy) lists Spanish-language resources for disabled travelers on its website.