Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide

Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide

Find Out How YOU Can Experience
The Very Best Of Uruguay On Your
Own “Exploratory” Trip!

Dear Reader,

Uruguay is #1 in Latin America for democracy, prosperity, peacefulness, and more.

After all, thanks to a solid democracy, safe, tiny, quirky Uruguay is economically (and politically) sane.

Known for gorgeous beaches, productive farmland, and a swift path to a second passport...the pace of life is slow and the cost of living is remarkably affordable.

So it's not just a refreshing place to visit…

It’s also a wonderful place to live...

How To Ensure You Experience The Very Best Of Uruguay As Soon As Your Very Next Trip

Now that you have an interest in Uruguay… how about your “exploratory” trip to Uruguay?

I ask because once you begin thinking about all the exciting travel and lifestyle opportunities in Uruguay, there’s a good chance you will want to check out these opportunities first-hand.

You may also want to know what you should check out first, second, third and so on…

This way, you can sleep well at night knowing you won’t “miss out” on the best Uruguay has to offer.

So how can you ensure you experience the very best of Uruguay AND make sure you see EVERYTHING you need to see in one week…two weeks…or perhaps even three weeks?

That’s exactly what this special opportunity is all about.

Let me explain…

Introducing the
Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide

If you’d like to spend one week, two weeks, or perhaps up to three weeks or more in Uruguay, this guide will show you how to do it in style.

This incredibly helpful, timesaving resource contains three highly-researched one-week Uruguay travel itineraries you can follow along the next time you visit Uruguay.

All you have to do is follow the itinerary that you choose.


No need to worry about where you really should go in Uruguay on your next trip. The International Living team has planned all the details for your next adventure in Uruguay.

It’s Like Having Your Own
“Virtual Tour Guide” At Your Side

By the way, you’re free to divert from any of these suggested one-week travel itineraries at any time…

In other words...

  • You could choose to follow one itinerary for just one week...
  • You could follow two of them in a row, one after the other, for a two-week vacation...and explore even more of Uruguay...
  • Or...you could do all three "back-to-back" for an epic three-week adventure...

It's all up to you...

Of course, some of your greatest discoveries will likely be unplanned, unexpected, wonderful surprises you’ll stumble upon along the way.

From European-flavored Montevideo and the Costa de Oro to the glamorous beach resort of Punta del Este and well beyond...including up-and-coming destinations you’ll want to know about now.

Unexpected surprises like these often turn out to be the most fun, the most rewarding and the most memorable experiences you’ll ever enjoy on a trip to a quirky yet stable world-class destination like Uruguay.

So feel free to make these itineraries your own...and modify them to your liking...

That said, it’s always kind of nice to have some sort of “game plan” at first.

Something you can lean on at first to give your trip a bit of initial structure.

And that’s exactly what these three highly-researched, well-planned Uruguay travel itineraries gives you.

A trusted "starting point" for your own adventure.

This All-New Uruguay Resource May Even Help You Meet Your New “Neighbors” In Uruguay

The Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide will show you how to travel around from place to place in Uruguay…where to stay…where to play…and where to dine…

It will also show you where some of the popular local hangouts are…

This way, you'll have an idea where to meet a few folks already living in Uruguay AND find out what it’s REALLY like to live there.

And who knows?

Some of the locals you meet on your next trip may soon be your new neighbors!

First, here’s a quick idea of what you’ll discover when you order the Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide today.

"Punta del Este—South America’s Saint-Tropez"

Punta del Este—often called South America’s Saint-Tropez—is the most visited beach resort area in Uruguay.

Because Punta del Este is a popular destination for summer vacationers and snowbirds (part-time expats escaping winter in the Northern Hemisphere), its population grows dramatically in the South American summer—from around 25,000 in the winter months (the number of year-round residents) to hundreds of thousands.

While many middle-class people vacation in Punta del Este, it also attracts a jet set that comes to see and be seen during the first two weeks of January.

Punta del Este, as a major tourist resort, rather than the capital, Montevideo, is an easier place to manage during your first few days getting used to a new country and culture.

That’s why we put together this itinerary, Punta del Este, and the coast of Rocha.

It will show you all the best places to go in this affordable coastal region.

The "Punta del Este and Coast of Rocha" 7-day Uruguay travel itinerary will show you:

  • A winery rated the second best winery in the world by a prestigious academy of top wine and travel experts…
  • Highly-recommended restaurants where you can sample fresh seafood, and meet other English-speakers…
  • The bustling resort of Punta del Este and the adjoining middle-class city of Maldonado, the capital of the Department of Maldonado, which has a year-round population of about 70,000. Between Punta del Este and Maldonado, there’s a full range of goods and services, including modern supermarkets and a shopping mall with a multiplex…
  • A quieter coastal town in Rocha, where a growing number of expats live year-round. They appreciate the rhythm of the year: active summers with lots of socializing and quiet winters when the beaches and hours of the day are again their own...
  • PLUS: many more memorable sights and attractions you’ll have time to visit along the way…

"Piriápolis and Atlántida—Quieter Coastal Living"

Piriápolis is unique among Uruguayan beach towns in two ways. First, it’s in an area of hills. Second, because it was the first beach resort development in Uruguay, modeled after coastal resorts in southern France near the turn of the previous century, its waterfront centro maintains an Old-World Mediterranean feel.

Atlántida is a coastal town in the Department of Canelones, known for its many pine and eucalyptus trees and wide sandy beaches. It’s just 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Uruguay’s capital, Montevideo.

Plus it will show you more "hidden" beach towns in Uruguay you can explore, activities you can do, restaurants you can enjoy a meal at, affordable places you can stay and more…

"Colonia and Carmelo—Uruguay’s First Colonial City,
and Wine Country"

Colonia del Sacramento has a waterfront UNESCO World Heritage site; high-speed ferry service to Buenos Aires, Argentina; and a commercial free-trade zone, which includes the plant where Pepsi makes its syrup for Latin America.

With all the tourism and international business in and near Colonia del Sacramento, you’ll also find more English speakers and more areas with upscale homes than you might expect in a Uruguayan town of this size.

Carmelo is a popular tourism destination, complete with resort hotels and casinos. On the outskirts, there are several quality wineries. A 10-minute drive north of the city lies Carmelo Golf—one of the best golf courses in South America.

And please keep in mind…

…all this really is just a small taste of what you’ll discover when you order your Uruguay Scouting Trip Itineraries and Travel Guide.

But remember...

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