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Getting Around Montevideo

Montevideo is a walking city. Most places are easily reached by foot between Ciudad Vieja and Parque Ródo. However, that said, Montevideo experiences a lot of rain during the winter and is very hot at mid-day during the summer: you may prefer to take a bus. There is no subway system in Montevideo. To get to Pocitos and Punta Carretas you’ll want to take a bus unless you’re looking for a long stroll along the water on the rambla. Bus #121 Runs through the entire city from Aduana in Ciudad Vieja through Punta Carretas and to Pocitos.  Bus #114 will take you to Punta Carretas and Parque Ródo. Bus #62 also heads to Pocitos. From there you can catch any of these same buses back to Plaza Independencia or any other one marked “Ciudad Vieja,” “Ciudadela” or “Aduana.”

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