Rambla de Montevideo
Rambla de Montevideo
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skyejack
Malvern, Australia303 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
Reputed to be one of the best in Buenos Aries.
Meal is ok - good quality for a fast service to 200 people before the show. Wine is also good - Chardonnay & Merlot & they refill promptly.
The show is what it is all about & very good. Excellent 5 piece band & approx 10 dancers who are exceptional plus 2 singers
Show lasts for hour& half
Get a seat in front of stage or ask to be seated at a table for 8 at the rear - you can see the show compared to those in the middle who do not see the legs etc
Written March 3, 2020
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WalkerAbout
Western USA56 contributions
Jan 2020
The Rambla is a paved pedestrian walkway that goes on for miles and miles from Montevideo's Old City (Ciudad Vieja) all along the water past many of the city's neighborhoods (Parque Rodo, Pocitos, Buceo, etc.). Walk as far as you want, then take a cab back.Cabs are very inexpensive in MVD. Or, like we did, take a cab to a far point and work your way back. We had the cab drop us at Cementario del Buceo, which is the city's old (established 1872) cemetary. It is a beautiful park with stunning tomb sculptures. Then we walked back, investigating the neighborhoods as we went and soaking up the sunshine. We stopped at the Montevideo Shopping Mall for lunch with the locals at La Pasiva (wildly popular Uruguayan fast food) in the food court. Caught a cab back to our place in the old city from Playa Ramirez (best place to watch the sunset in MVD). The Rambla is a real treasure of the city, and a great place to watch and meet people.
Written February 9, 2020
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WImom
Fond du Lac, WI2,339 contributions
Jan 2020
We drove almost this entire 10 mile route from the airport to our hotel. Gorgeous view of the water. The classic city sign "MONTEVIDEO" is on the waterfront along the Rambla. Love to take photos of those signs. Our Uber driver was kind enough to stop so I could take a photo. Driving this, you will see a more upscale area of Montevideo, instead of the more common seedy areas. Located three blocks from our hotel, many people gather to watch the sunset here.
Written March 30, 2020
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SunSallyTayshun
34 contributions
Jan 2022
The Rambla is iconic, and so wonderful to visit on many different days for different reasons. My personal favorite part of it is the stretch near the port, but each part of the Rambla has its charm. Take an early morning walk or jog, and watch the ships come in and the fisherman start their day. Go for an early evening stroll and watch one of Uruguay's famous sunsets. Be like a local and grab a folding chair and go sit there to drink mate, watch the waves or read. The Rambla is one of the best parts of the city.
Written April 9, 2022
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Dakles
Southampton, UK1,329 contributions
Feb 2020
The Rambla runs alongside the shore of the River Plate and makes for a pleasant place for a stroll if you want to get away from the city useless. We were staying in Pocitos and it was nice to wander along the Rambla in the evening watching all the beach activity - volleyball, football etc. Sadly there are few bars or restaurants along the way and you need to head inland if you’re looking for refreshment.
Written February 27, 2020
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Michael A
3 contributions
Mar 2020
I have lived more than 3 years in Montevideo now and the most amazing thing here is the Rambla that extends from the centre of Montevideo all the way out to the airport in Carasco and beyond practically all the way to the border with Brazil 320 km away.
I make it a habit to go for a walk along the Rambla every day after work and with me are hundreds of Montevideanos. Come out here and do the same!
Written March 5, 2020
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Duquesadiner
Glasgow, UK1,403 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
To be honest we didn’t get the best impression of this city. For sure the Rambla was one of the nicest parts. It is a broad road running along the coast and there are a few nice open spaces and some high end apartments. However, we visited just as the place was going into lockdown and didn’t really feel we saw the best parts, such a pity.
Written April 6, 2020
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lessaloha
Breckenridge, CO118 contributions
Jan 2020 • Solo
Lovely space I walked almost daily! Very safe. Not treaterous walking like parts of town can be. From Old town to beach and park Rodo was fabulous. Many people biking, jogging having Mate and families~ Would be nice to see restaurants with the amazing views somewhere along the water between.
Written January 17, 2020
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Will Barratt
53 contributions
Jan 2023
Our hotel was north of the city center so we took the Rambla each day in an Uber or Taxi. It was a great ride. On Sunday the locals park along the curb by each beach and do their beach thing. Wide sidewalk to walk along for kilometers.
Written January 23, 2023
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Grice-Fearing
Asheville, NC1,218 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
We were on a day tour of Montevideo, and stopped here at several places to enjoy the water side views. There were lots of different types of boats in the water, sailboats, etc. There are shops and restaurants along this walkway, which is pretty extensive.
Written March 2, 2020
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