Montevideo offers plenty market sites, farmer's markets, vintage markets, street ones, fruit, books, vinyl records and much more. There are no permanent markets other than the port market and the farmer's market, and normally markets establish themselves in neighborhoods around the city on certain dates and times. These are very picturesque to visit, buy some fruits and other items, and find cheap stuff, some of it real vintage. If you are ready to get totally local, lets go visit some of these markets. Depending on what day you have available, the choice will change, but you are guaranteed an experience if you haven't been in Uruguayan street (vintage old buildings and port) markets before.
Hi there! I consider myself a people's person...always ensuring that others have a great time and experience a visit to my city/country hosted as if they were coming into my own house (which in a way, it is...). I have worked with tourists and travelers for over 18 years, and love personal detail, personal attention and taking care of you the way I'd like someone to take care of me if I were abroad. This city has lots to see, architecture, nature, beaches, green and luscious parks and gardens, vintage locations and lots to see if you are a lover of any of the above and more, so for certain, you'll have a warm, personable, caring, responsible, intelligent and trustworthy person to visit all this with. I am here to plan your tour, welcome you as if you had an acquaintance or friend in the city and take you around to experience what we've got planned. If you are in Montevideo on a cruise ship visit and have a reduced number of hours in the city, please contact me, I will always try to adapt any program to the time available. Looking forward to assisting you in making the most out of your visit!. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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