Even though Uruguay is the second smallest country in South America, its rolling countryside and tropical beaches are not small in the impressions they make on visitors.
One of the most popular reasons for visiting this beautiful country is its sparkling coast along the Atlantic Ocean. Punta del Diablo began as a rural fishing town has exploded in recent years as a bustling winter escape for South Americans and people all over the world.
If you prefer inland relaxation, Uruguay has you covered there, too. Termas de Dayman is located in Northwestern Uruguay and is the largest thermal hot spring complex in the country.
After you’ve relaxed to the fullest extent, take in Uruguay’s culture at one of the many world-class museums. The Museo del Gaucho, Casapueblo, and Casa Riveria are just a handful of the museums filled with national artifacts and artwork.
However you choose to see Uruguay, you’re sure to be pleasantly surprised at what you find.