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Rambla de Montevideo, Montevideo

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Take a stroll down Rambla de Montevideo, a long winding avenue along Montevideo's curving beachfront. The rambla stretches for over 20 km (12.4 mi), and thanks to strict construction regulations on the ocean side, nothing spoils the view. Walk, jog, cycle, skate, rollerblade, wander onto the beach, or simply sit and sip mate in the sun. Work out when and for how long to visit Rambla de Montevideo and other Montevideo attractions using our handy Montevideo itinerary planner.
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Where to stay in Montevideo

Montevideo's central neighborhoods offer plenty of hostels for budget-minded travelers, as well as a good selection of mid-range hotels for visitors looking for a bit more space and privacy. Luxury rooms are harder to come by, especially if you arrive without a reservation. If you want to indulge your every desire, your best bet is the waterfront area, where you can find four- and five-star hotels offering all the modern amenities you need, including complimentary bicycles and car rental services.
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  • Plenty of walking, shopping along the water front. Spent some time photographing people fishing and just enjoying the sun.  more »
  • A great environment for people to do a big variety of activities, such as jogging, walking, biking, fishing, kite-flying, sunbathing or simply drinking.  more »
  • The rambla of Montevideo is a very large stretch that becomes prettier after Punta de Carretas. Very good to walk along, but the distance is quite long. We had lunch during the walk in one of the few ...  more »