It is not the Copacabana boardwalk, but it is a great place to spend some time in the morning and again in the late afternoon.
The Rambla, or the waterfront avenue, covers more than 30 km and all the inhabitants of the city have equal access to it, from every part of the city. This is an area bordering the beach, and all of Montevideo is lined up with beaches along its coast. It is a place of reunion for friends and family, walking pets,... More
This rambla is excellent for walk, jog or stay around. Have nice views in front of Rio de la Plata (River Plate) and it is quite good in maintenance. One problema is that there is no facility acces to toilettes.
For me La Rambla is one of the main advantages of Montevideo over Buenos Aires or some other cities of South America. If the weather is nice you can enjoy the breeze, walking, riding a bike or even driving along. It goes along several kilometers including different neighborhoods such as Carrasco, Malvin, Buceo, Pocitos and Parque Rodó. Probably the best... More
The Rambla is a lovely spot to walk around and relax and just enjoy. The sun was shining but there was a lovely breeze it was a perfect place to relax and wander and people watch. I really loved this area and found it so calming and soothing
I had heard from my boyfriend all about La Rambla-he grew up in Montevideo right in Pocitos. I tried to imagine a boardwalk along the water but I had no idea what to expect. It really was so beautiful and so cool to see. We went on a run down La Rambla one day and it was constantly full of... More
A really nice promenade to walk along, but it can get really hot and bars/cafes are in short supply. there are some really good beaches
It is nice to a seaside walk, but too could when the night has came. There is not much to see, only fancy residential building and people jogging. Besides that, it is too far from the main touristic sites in Ciudad Vieja. The only exception is Punta Carretas, which is really worth visiting to watch the sunset.
The Rambla is clean, tidy, fit for strolling as in the old times. The parks look neat and the palm trees add to the personality of the place. The Punta Carretas Shopping Mall is near there, but a good set of signs is needed, unless you know how to use the maps on the iPhone.
In Punta Carretas, rambla is very active of runners, walkers and kids using the local exercise equipment. The proximity to Punta Carretas Shopping Mall and near by restaurants make the perfect morning routine, which is cheap and healthy. Please, be aware, when crossing the street to the rambla that in this country, the pedestrians don't have the privilege and the... More
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