Uruguay is a country in the southeastern part of South America. It is home to some 3.5 million people, of whom 1.8 million live in the capital Montevideo and its metropolitan area.
Uruguay is home to numerous scenic shores, fishing and hunting areas, hot springs, horse and cattle ranches open for visitors, small towns rich in colonial and early national architectural heritage, and an extensive metropolitan area.
The nation's cultural and economic nerve center, as well as home to 2 out of 5 Uruguayans,Montevideo is home to a rich and diverse architectural and cultural heritage. Its Old City and remains of the colonial-era citadel are within steps of Plaza Independencia, the President's offices at the Estévez Palace, Solís Theatre and the opulent, Italian Gothic Palacio Salvo.
Experience the lively Uruguayan art at the BEST WESTERN Pedro Figari, inaugurated in late 1998, honoring one of the major paint artists of the country. Located in front of the sea in the heart of the Carrasco neighborhood, the most important and distinguished residential area of Montevideo.
It is located within walking distance of the first-class sports and activities you deserve while visiting the capital city of Montevideo.