Museo Carlos Gardel, Tacuarembo

(3.5/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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  • The location is very nice, well worth a visit, is a return to the past and you can see some of the stuff of Gardel, there are pictures, copies of newspaper, but don't expect a big Museum, is quite simple.
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  • Very simple but not suitable for Argentine, since the two countries compete for the origins of the great tango singer. But it is an excuse to get to know this city 400 km from Montevideo. Is arrives by the route 5 that starting from Tacuarembó acquires a form meno monotonous to the snaking between hills characteristic by their plateaus, until the city of Rivera (150 km more to the northeast) in the border with Brazil. Is arrive comfortably in bus and is can follow up to Rivera. Or, better, get a car and enjoy the other cities and towns along the route.
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  • A quirky little visit if you are out this way. I did not learn as much as I wanted about the man and had to resort to Wikipedia which then told me he was born in France and not here!  more »
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  • just photos and background music or even there is some personal items of gardel.. .apenas a burned Plug and to pay 50 pesos and see that is a shame for the worse you serve as if it were a store!!!
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  • Go to Eden Valley is made in passing, there is much more to do, perhaps tango lovers attract more, I do not.
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