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Easy to climb and great to see the city spread out before you and the water views from the other side. Only takes a few minutes to climb and snap a few pictures. It is windy but not too cold (I was there in the...More
Pay 25 pesos and climb 76 stairs to the top (a tricky ladder and hatch at the end), then enjoy the wind streaming in from the Atlantic. Sweeping views of the River Plate on one side and of the Montevideo seafront on the other.
A neat old lighthouse (1876) which is supposedly the most southern point in Uruguay.
Has a great view of the city from it's tower. Entrance fee is 25 Pesos. You enter off of Rambia Gandhi.It's a little out of the way if you don't have...More
Did you know that ? This point is the southernist tip of Uruguay
Great place to walk to along the coast road to get some pictures of the city skyline (ok maybe not the most recognisable in the world but one to add to the...More
This lighthouse is located on a peninsula close to La Rambla and the Golf Club; this is the southernmost tip of Uruguay. Standing guard over the seas since 1836, the historic lighthouse has guided countless ships safely to shore. The lighthouse still functions and if...More
You can go there by car and stop very close to the light house. Since they use this are for waste water treatment, the place stinks, specially in hot days. Besides, the place needs more cleaning and the local authorities don't seem to be doing...More