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|LUXURY IN URUGUAY||
Along with Paraguay, Uruguay is undoubtedly the least well-known country in South America. While it does not boast the rugged terrain of Argentina nor the Brazilian rain forests, this land, which still upholds its agricultural traditions, of cattle breeders is far from lacking in interest. Take, for example, its Atlantic coast and the tiny “inland sea” of Río de la Plata. Punta del Este has the reputation of being one of the most well-known beach resorts on the whole continent with strings of apartment blocks lining its immense beaches. This tourist town boasts a marina, an airport and more particularly a whole range of activities all year round to satisfy everyone’s wishes. With 1.5m inhabitants and extremely fine beaches, the capital, Montevideo, also looks out towards the Atlantic. A bustling, European-style city, it is dominated by the Antel Tower and is home to a number of interesting fine buildings. However, the jewel of Uruguay is undoubtedly Colonia del Sacramento. This town on the banks of the Río de la Plata is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, within its city ramparts, is colonial Portuguese in style.
Uruguay - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Uruguay, officially the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, is a country located in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to some 3.5 million people, of whom 1.4 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area.
Luxury in Uruguay
Luxury in South America
Latin America is the continent of pre-Columbian civilisations and a rapidly changing Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world. The legendary hospitality of its people is matched only by the beauty of its majestic landscapes.
A trip to Latin America is exceptional by its very nature. Its joyful mellowness, its brightly coloured cities and the sheer beauty of its wide-open spaces are the main attractions of this post-colonial continent. Mexico is the land of the Maya. Historical remains and art of living await you from Cancun to Acapulco. Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, attract tourists in search of adventure and thrills. Brazil, Argentina and Chile brim with dynamism. Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago are the bustling metropolises of countries with wide horizons and spectacular cities: the Amazon basin and Salvador de Bahia, the Andes and Valparaiso, Patagonia and Salta. Peru offers Inca sites (Cuzco, Machu Picchu) and scenic high plains.
Architecture & Interior Designers in Uruguay
“Luxury in architecture is not different from luxury in life. Luxury is having what makes you happy at home. Luxury are spaces that make you take a deep breath, that amaze you, that make you think, that you find unusual, that move you…” – Isay Weinfeld´s definition of luxury
Art & Culture in Uruguay
Luxury Hotels in Uruguay
The most prestigious luxury hotels in Uruguay.
Real Estate and Property Investments in Uruguay
Luxury real estate in Uruguay with properties, homes and plots of land for sale or rent.
Restaurants in Uruguay
A selection of the best restaurants in Uruguay
Spas in Uruguay
A collection of luxurious spas in Uruguay each offering an authentic and luxurious setting to relax, replenish and rejuvenate mind, body and soul.
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