We love Uruguay for:
Holding some of the world beautiful beach resorts
Weather: The climate of Uruguay is humid subtropical.
Average highs and lows in summer (January) in Montevideo are 28 and 17 °C (82.4 and 62.6 °F), respectively, with an absolute maximum of 43 °C (109.4 °F) Winter (July) average highs and lows in
Montevideo is 14 and 6 °C (57.2 and 42.8 °F).
Culture : 88% of the Uruguayan population is from European decent. Descendants mainly from Spain and from Italy. Food: National dishes of Uruguay include Asado a kind of barbecued beef. Beef is fundamental to Uruguayan cuisine.
The most popular sport in Uruguay is football. Uruguay won the first world cup in 1930
Languages: The official language of Uruguay is Spanish. Uruguayan Spanish have some variations due to the number of Italian Immigrants. Some Immigrants spoke a mix of Italian and Spanish known as cocoliche. Some of the words still used.
Religion Around 50% of Uruguay’s population are Christians. Around 30% of the population are Non-sectarian believers (Believers in God put do not follow any particular religion. With 12% of the population been Atheist.
The economy of Uruguay is regarded as by an export-oriented agricultural sector, has a well-educated work force, and high levels of social spending. Some of Uruguay’s main exporting goods include meat, rice, leather products, wool, fish, dairy products.
Travel to Uruguay during Carnival Month
Dance in the drumming streets of Montevideos Carnival during the month of February.
Take a dip in the Hot springs
Soak in the many hot springs near Salto: including the remote and tranquil Termas de Arapey.
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