Montevideo Wine Tour

Price: $105.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Active, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 5 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Ministry of Tourism building, outside the security area of the pier.
Food/Beverage Provided Wine Tastings
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes and casual, comfortable weather-appropriate clothing. We also suggest a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen in the summer.
Restrictions Guests should have good mobility as you must be able to walk for a time in the vineyards. Guests must be able to get in and out of the transportation. This tour can accommodate a collapsible wheelchair.

Spend your day exploring Montevideo, its surroundings, and more on this exciting city and wine tour. Your cultural tour takes you to one of Montevideo's most interesting and diverse neighborhoods known as the Old City, where you'll get a chance to visit iconic sites like the Plaza Independencia and Rambla, an avenue that follows Montevideo's coast.

Follow your local, expert guide and learn about the city's vivid past as you admire the architectural excellence of buildings and monuments like the Congress building, the Centenary Stadium, and La Carreta monument at Battle Park. With a stop at a local winery to sample four tasty wines and a stroll through the antique shops and art galleries the Old City is known for, this scenic tour is perfect for wine enthusiasts and culture connoisseurs alike.

Start your scenic, cultural experience with a stroll through Ciudad Viejas, one of Montevideo's most diverse and oldest neighborhoods as you pass by historic cafes, charming bars, art galleries, and some of the best restaurants in the capital.

Known as the Old City or Old Town of Montevideo, this historic section once represented the entire capital of Uruguay until the city expanded once its walls fell in 1829. Take in the Old City's historical attractions like the Rambla, a popular avenue that hugs the coast along the River Plate. Pass by Plaza Independencia and the Congress building, which features a marble interior and ornate architecture.

Continue through Battle Park, which houses the famous La Carreta monument and Centenary Stadium, the site of the first FIFA Cup. Next up you will get to see the beautiful garden-enclosed homes or Quintas and ornate churches of the historical neighborhood of El Prado before making your way to the winery.

Montevideo is known for its centuries-old, family-owned and operated wineries which sometimes span four to five generations. While at the winery experience a personal guided tour that will take you through the wine-making process and taste four delicious wines including the tasty red grape Tannat wine variety.

From exploring Montevideo's oldest neighborhood's attractions to tasty, delicious Tannat wine, this scenic wine and city tour offers much to do and see.

Reserve your spot on this cultural excursion and prepare to experience Montevideo to make memories that will last a lifetime!