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The school is an old house located in the residential area of Parque Rodo, where you can find bars, restaurants, scenic areas and many shops. The area is also home to the National Library and the... More
Didn't find what you are looking for? Compare more Spanish schools in or get comparison of all schools in Uruguay . Montevideo: Montevideo, the capital and Uruguay´s largest city, is of April 2006 ranked as the city in Latin America with the highest quality of life. The city has a surprising cultural diversity for such a small population. It boasts a picturesque blend of colonial Spanish, Italian and Art Deco styles. Many Argentines come here to relax during their summer break and bask on the white sandy beaches.
Key Facts about Montevideo
Population: 1,271,000 Inhabitants
Time Zone: +7h. (GMT -3)
Currency: UYU (1 UYU = 0.0337 USD)
Montevideo Quality of Life Rating: 4.3/5.0 (23 reviews by our former students)
Carrasco International (MVD) - 16 km. from Montevideo city center
Events in MontevideoBest time to take a language course in Montevideo
09 Jan. 2017 - 10 Feb. 2017Every year the streets of Montevideo echo with the sound of murgas and the candombe drums during the up to 40-day long carnaval. There are dance parades and outdoor stages and carnival here has a very different flavour than in Brazil.
09 Mar. 2017 - 16 Apr. 2017Rural life comes to the city once a year to show off and share their traditions. From riding displays, rodeos and folkloric dances to handmade goods and barbecues, this is a great day out for foreigners and locals alike.
St. Patrick´s Day
17 Mar. 2017Rather unexpectedly, Saint Patrick's Day is an popular event in Montevideo too. Visit an Irish pub for some lovely green beer, Celtic music, clovers and maybe a leprechaun or two.
24 Aug. 2017One of the biggest popular events of the Montevidean year, La Noche de la Nostalgia is basically a big excuse to have a party and dance the night away to the hits of yesteryear.
03 Oct. 2017 - 04 Oct. 2017The Día del Patrimonio is a fairly recent event in the Uruguayan calendar. The first one was held in 1995. A great opportunity to visit government buildings, museums, palaces and other places of historical or architectural interest which are open to the public to commemorate the day.
What to do in Montevideo
Historic Port Market
Map with location of Spanish schools in Montevideo
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