Uruguay’s capital city, Montevideo, is by far it’s largest. Also doubling up as a port city, Montevideo is the last most urban capital city in the Americas. Situated in the southern coast of the country, Montevideo is spread over a good 200 square miles on the north-eastern bank of the Río de la Plata. The shoreline that envelopes the city's southern limit is scattered with rocky projections and sandy beaches. In fact, the Bay of Montevideo forms a natural port and is Uruguay’s largest and the region’s finest harbor.
A city that speaks of a renascent metropolitan culture and vibe, Montevideo is more often than not described as an animated and diverse place which can justifiable boast of a ‘rich cultural life’. With dance forms like candombe and tango to its credit, it isn’t tough to see why this capital city is considered to have such a thriving cultural scene.
Montevideo’s weather straddles the climate classifications of oceanic and humid subtropical. If you are wondering about the best time to book your business class tickets to Montevideo for, then you can do so anytime during summers (December to March) or autumn (April and May). Opt for a winter vacation only if you are comfortable with dry but icy winds along with wet and overcast skies.
Most of the tourists, who book their cheap business class flights to Montevideo, come here to feast their eyes on the architecture, which reflects the city’s past, the museums and galleries. The must-visit places of attraction are Mercado del...Read More Puerto, Gaucho Museum, Palacio Salvo, Plaza Independencia etc. Hide