Tryp Montevideo

R. Hector Miranda, 2361, Montevideo, 11300, Uruguay | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $124.00

Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Time to check out the city

A travel blog entry by dennisj84


We made our way into the city which is very small and can easily be visited in a short space of time so we took the bus in which takes you straight to Plaza Independencia.

We walked around the plaza and took photos around the plaza towards the cathedral and up Sarandi which is the main shopping street in the city.

We then made our way to ...


A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... was closed. The museum was supposed to be a house from the 1830s that had been remodelled to look as though it did in it's heyday; complete with furniture, clothing, jewellery and art, so show what life like was like for the cities elite at that time. It was a shame it was closed. We decided to walk along the beach from old town to Pocito. We started at the 1.5 km marker and walked until the 7.5 km marker and our street. Again it was so lovely to be in the ...


A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


Estancia - UruguayDay 12This morning we arrived at the Uruguayan/Argentine border. Yet more stamps in the passports! Then we went onto Estancia, a rustic ranch with horses,dogs, cows and chickens. We had homemade stew for lunch. afternoon was spent collecting wood for the fire and seperating one cow (to milk) from the herd. Finally, we fed the 6 day old baby calf. Rest of the ...

So quiet but watching our backs

A travel blog entry by spikidle


... Esquinazo which is the mecardo de la Abundancia and I had a nice tasty steak while gab had ok fish. We slowly make our way home stopping to get some groceries on the way for dinner.

Sunday Markets:
On Sunday we decide to head to Feria Tristan Narvaja a flea market which takes over a few blocks of the new town. On the way there we stop at the Teatro Solis and end up doing a tour which is interesting, we both enjoyed the fact they try to inject some music ...

Home away from home

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... here in Uruguay. Post trauma we set off for a long walk through anything coming our way. Center of the old city was plaza San Martin (How surprising) surrounded by the old government house along side the modern and larger one built in a somewhat similar manner to the one in Buenos Aires. Continuing south we entered the gates to the city which were built by the Spaniards and in memory of that time the Uruguayan decided to keep it, supported by a new wall preventing it ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Punta Carretas area of Montevideo, is near Teatro Solis, Pocitos, Parque Rodó, and Museo Torres Garcia.
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