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As you stroll down the streets of Colonia del Sacramento, enjoy the jasmine-scented air and beauty of the ceibo and lapacho trees that frame the cobblestone streets.
- In Jose Ignacio make a stop at the Ralli Museum of Contemporary Art, which houses a fine collection of paintings and sculptures by Latin American and Spanish artists, such as Salvador Dali.
- No Uruguay tour is complete without sampling some delicious traditional Uruguayan desserts such as alfajores, a dulce de leche-filled cookie sandwich.
- Visit Plaza Independencia during your Uruguay tour at the heart of Montevideo’s old city.
- Here you will find a broad square lined with palm trees highlighting a massive statue of Jose Artigas over his underground tomb. Many Uruguayans come here to give their respects to the “father of Uruguayan nationhood.”
- Make sure that during you catch a soccer game between National and Penarol, two of the nation’s football teams, during your luxury travel in Uruguay.
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