Architectural Exploration

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Architectural Exploration

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Architectural lovers welcome!

Montevideo is an eclectic mix of architectural influences, with amazing buildings dating back to very prosperous times. The city is really an open-air exhibition of monuments, sculptures and museums, displaying the wonderful work of Uruguayan artists and architects.

Travel into the heart of the Old Town at Independencia Square. From there, you will walk to see the Palacio Salvo and to enter the magnificent Teatro Solis. Continue to Torres Garcia Museum, housing the works of one the best-known Uruguayan artists.

At Matriz Square you will find the cathedral, the banking quarter and the Gurvich Museum. Passing by the 1908 Casa Rivera Museum, once a private residence but now a National Historic Monument, continue to the Palacio Taranco for an internal visit.

- This tour includes: English speaking guide and private vehicle.
- Entrance fees are included.
- Beverages, food, gratuities or any other extras are not included.
- Dress comfortably and wear good walking shoes.

- Museums may be substituted in the event of closing due to strike, repair, or traffic problems on the day of your visit.
- You will need to provide your passport information at the time of booking.
- Palacio Taranco is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.

Days offered: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Departures:
  • 09:00 AM, duration: 3 hours
  • 01:00 PM, duration: 3 hours


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