Uruguay's capital may not reveal its charms straight away. However, spend a few days in the city sipping mate, rummaging around flea markets and walking the coastline, and you might just love it here. Click the pin to find out more.
Casapueblo, Punta Ballena, the house that Carlos Paez Vilaro began building in 1958 a few miles from Punta del Este, Uruguay. Paez Vilaro is the father of one of the survivors of the Andes plane crash in
Casapueblo is the house of Uruguayan artist Carlos Páez Vilaró in Punta Ballena (Whale Point), Uruguay. Casapueblo is now a citadel-sculpture that includes a museum, an art gallery, and the Hotel Casapueblo.
Palacio Idiarte Borda (Las Piedras, Uruguay), a National Historic Landmark, is a neoclassical building built in 1896 as the residence of the President of the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, Juan Bautista Idiarte Borda Love the architecture!