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The laid back city of Montevideo is Uruguay’s capital city. It is also the country’s largest city. Despite having a relaxed and an Old World air, Montevideo can also be vibrant as can be seen in its strong, thriving culture. During the late 19th century, the city’s living standards surpassed that of the United States. Nothing has changed much after that, however. Montevideo is home to about 1,4 million people.

Even though Montevideo is filled with buildings that go back to the 19th century, new buildings have been built during the past years. The rise of young designers has contributed to this change. Montevideo is also home to many foreign embassies and cultural centers. Today, Montevideo can be viewed as a modern city. Half of Uruguay’s population live in this city and have the highest rate of literacy in South America. The crime rate is pretty low, as well. However, it is still best to practice caution.

If you are traveling to Montevideo, you may choose to fly via American Airlines or Continental Airlines. The city’s main airport is the Carrasio International Airport. You may book a flight to Montevideo passing through Sao Paulo. You may also take ferries from Buenos Aires. When in the city proper, you can take a taxi or the city bus. If you are up for driving through long distances, you may drive your car from the United States to Uruguay. US licenses are recognized in this city.

If staying for three months or less, American citizens don’t need a visa. An Uruguayan visa will be granted to you upon arrival at the port or border. Of course, you must present a passport which is still valid for up to a minimum of six months. You also have to show proof of your return travel and of the funds you will be using during your stay.