Between June and August, visit Uruguay for horse-riding, deserted beaches, great culture, live music, bonfire parties, winetasting & whale-watching.
A piano sits in the open air in a square in Montevideo. And anyone’s welcome to play it. See what happens…
Uruguay’s rock and pop scenes have been thriving since the sixties. Here’s some local artists definitely worth checking out while you’re here.
Candombe is an essential part of Uruguayan culture. Every neighbourhood has its comparsa (troupe), regardless of social class or background.
Insider tips for things to do -mostly off-the-tourist track- while you are in Montevideo, from The Guru.