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Montevideo Cruise Reviews

Montevideo Cruise Port
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Montevideo Overview
Residents of Montevideo travel to nearby Buenos Aires or Sao Paulo when they crave big-city excitement, which may suggest that there's not much going on in the Uruguayan capital of 1.4 million. But ...
GottaKnowWhen
05/15
A fellow Roll Call member had arranged for a small bus load of us to drive an hour and a half up the coast to ... Read more
ssbeagle
04/15
We got off the ship and walked to the shopping area which was very disappointing. There wasn't much to buy ... Read more
sparklerod
02/15
Very nice port. The ships concierge gave us wrong directions to meet up with our private guide. We walked for ... Read more
Iowa cruiser
12/14
Fortunately Uruguay is included in the Lonely Planet Argentina guide, and it is an easy city to enjoy on ... Read more
lomasteam
12/14
We collected a city map from the tourist information and took an independent walking tour of the city ... Read more
Gimena B
04/14
Actually it was Punta del Este, Uruguay, which is a beach/marina place. It was interesting but do put on a ... Read more
boulders
01/14
We got off the ship, but did not do a shore excursion. None of the ship’s offerings appealed to us. ... Read more
Prime Time
06/13
Been here before. Took a walk, but nothing special. Read more
campval
04/13
We decided not to take the tour and took the shuttle into Montevideo and had a great time just checking out ... Read more
j91
04/13
We again, chose the city tour. This tour was quick, as they do not dock for long. We saw some interesting ... Read more
joni1495k
04/13
Walked to the downtown and shopped in modern and clean facilities. Took a tour of the Jewish synagogs and ... Read more
Santorinigirl7
04/13
We walked Montivideo. It is very easy to do. We enjoyed the city square and did a bit of shopping. We also ... Read more
dasreiseteam
03/13
The capitol of Uruguay with a population of about 1,320,000 is a charming city with many beautiful colonial ... Read more
RorySten
03/13
This will surprise you how nice it is. Try the Tanat wine, see the great shoreline, and try to get out to ... Read more
savysailor55
03/13
Don't miss this wonderful port. Read more
diarykeeper
03/13
Called into Port on a Sunday. All main shops closed as museums. Took sightseeing bus, which was good value ... Read more
madera1
03/13
We took a walking tour. We were surprised to see so many police throughout the city. Read more
harrietb
03/13
The Old City has amazing archtecture and great photo opportunities. Read more
TMas777
02/13
Nice city with great Arg. Beef, had lunch and enjoyed walking around and shopping here. Read more
Vonlon
02/13
We enjoyed it here we went on a city tour with one of the locals, we were told the mini bus had air con - it ... Read more
smtcan
02/13
We met a friend who lives in Montevideo and he showed us around the city. It was clean and seemed safe. Read more
redtag
02/13
Very little to see Read more
Rutman
02/13
Montevideo, Uruguay is a real yawner of a stop. There is not much to do or see here. We would have liked to ... Read more
CptnSpalding
02/13
Beware, pickpockets and muggers abound. Read more
KayakOtter
02/13
Easy to walk. Don't rely on any reservations for vehicles, we got there and found our reserved Hertz cars we ... Read more

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