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Uruguay is a fascinating country, filled with beauty and culture, lovely architecture, great people and superb eating options. A brief ship ride away from the cosmopolitan Buenos Aires is Colonia del Sacramento, a small and gorgeous colonial town of incredible beauty and unsurpassed magic. Walking thru the stone paved streets of Colonia is a journey in time to a wonderful unspoiled paradise of beauty and history. The town’s upfront actions to preserve the historical sights have indeed been a great choice of matter, and both- locals and visitors- are grateful. In our trip we stayed at a classic colonial hotel of very few rooms and personalized attention, we felt like royalty and were treated as such, with superb luxury pampering in a relaxed atmosphere of cordiality. One of the great things about this small town is that in spite of its reduced dimensions, there’s always something new and amazing to discover, making of it a top notch destination… one of those places one never gets tired of. This trip’s finding was a fantastic boutique restaurant. There wasn’t a huge warehouse like room for everybody, but small and intimate rooms distinctively decorated for the pleasure of those who enjoy a meal at this one of a kind restaurant. But the superb ambiance choice was just the ideal space in which to delight oneself with such amazing food. After lunch a walk along these enchanting roads until the local lighthouse for a superb view of the city, the coast and the lovely perspective of the River Plate is the perfect broche for a perfect day. Some miles away from lovely Colonia is Jose Ignacio, home to one of the most beautiful Uruguayan lighthouses as well as the chosen getaway location for Latin American celebrities seeking nature, peace, quiet but notwithstanding sophistication. Jose Ignacio is just a couple of miles away from hotspot Punta del Este on the Atlantic Ocean coastline, and features alike the eastern location golden sand beaches and crystalline water. Uruguayans are people who really know how to enjoy life’s little pleasures, a lovely sunset, a great meal, a superb bottle of wine… and all these you can get in Jose Ignacio, surrounded by virgin beaches, rich pine and eucalyptus woods and fresh air. The perfect finale to a short but enriching tour around the Uruguayan coast is Montevideo, a capital city that still shows some of the best township traditions such as siesta and cordiality. This very friendly town features a very interesting view of Latin American French styled architecture; though it hasn’t yet been restored and some buildings show the marks of the pass of time. A must when in Montevideo is to hit the Sunday Market for lunch with the locals, here you’ll try the best asado in the area as well as meet the nicest people too!