One of the main attributes of Montevideo is the Rambla (waterfront promenade), which provides access to over 30 km of coastline on the Río de la Plata. Its piers and green spaces make walking along the Rambla, one of the favorite activities of its inhabitants and tourists. Montevideo also has an extensive and varied cultural scene. Its shows, theaters, museums, cultural centers and exhibition rooms make it possible to display the work of internationally renowned Uruguayan artists.
It is the capital city. It is a 45-minute drive from Carrasco International Airport; the port is a 10-minute drive from downtown.
It offers great accommodation options in international hotel chains with a great variety of venues to host international congresses and conferences.
AIR, LAND AND MARITIME TRANSPORT
Access roads are safe and fast-flowing, and facilitate logistic coordination for participants throughout the course of the events.
LEISURE AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
Restaurants and pubs, theaters, movie theaters, exhibitions, museums, tourist wineries and vineyards.
Its short distances give visitors the chance to include additional activities into the event program so as to make interaction easier among participants in sceneries that blend tradition with modernity.
Walks along the Rambla (waterfront promenade). Have lunch at Mercado del Puerto. Estadio Centenario Guided Tour. Plaza Matriz and Cabildo de Montevideo (Matriz Church and Montevideo Cabildo). Mercado Agrícola de Montevideo (Montevideo Agricultural Market). Jardín Botánico de Montevideo (Montevideo Botanic Garden). Teatro Solís (Solís Theater).
Source: Ministry of Tourism