Is one of the various parks all over the city. It not very big and the walk from pocitos until there is a long but very nice one. On sundays it has a open-air market.
The charming park is named after a famous Uruguayan writer whose monument is one of many in the park – look out for Confucious' overlooking the beach and Neptune next to a stream. Stroll the park during the day with hundreds of mate-drinking locals. Hire a pedalo and paddle around the tiny lake. The waterside funfair (juegos mecanicos) is a... More
We went on a Sunday afternoon and had unfortunately missed the live music/theatre being performed near the arty market stalls. There's a permanent kids entertainment area with fairground rides on one side of the park and another for older kids and adults on the other side. Lovely atmosphere, but sadly, like many places in Montevideo, lots of litter and landmines... More
I went there in a sunny Sunday afternoon and there there was plenty of people of all sorts, young couples, housewifes with their children, parents and children, old people, middle class, low-middle class. Is it located in front of Playa Ramírez and of a large roll-skating pool and have also the Parlasur Building at its right edge. The Rambla was... More
Whatever you do. Do not come here at night! its a nice place during the day, and pretty safe; But at night, you're putting your life in your hands.
Designed in the first years of the 20th century, some of its trees are really decades old. A lake, avenues for walking, fountains, sculptures. It also houses an amusement park (which does not get in the way of the "green" part of the experience) and is on the edge of a beach, Playa Ramírez. To be quite honest, a do... More
It´s a pleasant place to spend a Sunday morning.., wandering the market stalls, promenade around the lake and admire the gardens. The market stalls however, tend to cater more for locals, selling, among other things, underwear and cheap clothes. It´s fun to watch all the people and catch the circus act. You can also hire a paddle boat to paddle... More
Nothing nice to see The games are very old and poorly maintained It is full of burglars and dirt everywhere
great park next to the beach..... it has bike tracks/fountains and a lake that covers most of the park and a concert theatre that sits over the water..very safe and family orientated.. great markets on sundays aswell....also has lots of eateries and a fun park at night.....close to city
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