Montevideo (Mvd) Airport Transfers - B&B Remises
Whether you’re a business or a turist traveler on your way to the airport or just wanting to get to an event or get a city tour, our private sedan service offers the utmost in comfort and privacy (Remises ByB Srl.).ByB Remises it´s a specialized airport transfer company in Uruguay (Airport pickup service). Our rates are the most convenient on the market, because we don't charge you additional cost for: parking, tolls and flights delayed... Our most common and competitive destinations are airport transfers to Punta del Este, Montevideo, Colonia del sacramento. We have special offers for Monday through Friday between 7:00 Pm to 6:00 AM and saturday and sunday.
This season ByB Remises offer discounts. Special price for Airport transfers to or from: Montevideo $ 33 (Us Dollars), Punta del Este $200 (Us Dollars) and Colonia Del Sacramento $ 290.
Special over Night rate : $ 30 (Us Dollar) for Airport Transfers to Montevideo or returns, Between 07:00 pm to 6:00 am .
Special over Night rate : $ 170 (Us Dollar) for Airport Transfer Punta del Este
Airport limo from (Mvd) Carrasco International Airport by ByB Remises
How does it work Airport transfer pickup service?
Airport limo by ByB Remises It's quick and easy to book your aiport transfer. You simply need to search your destination after that, you will receive a email with the confirmation. When you reach the destination to meet your airport transfer, go to airport arrivals hall. Once there, you'll either be met personally by our driver who will be holding your name on a sign.
Travelling by air
The world’s major airlines fly to the country’s international airports, with regional flights from Buenos Aires, Porto Alegre, San Pablo, Río de Janeiro, Asunción, Panamá, Santiago de Chile and Lima. International flights also arrive from the United States and Europe. The main airports are Carrasco International Airport (22 kilometers from downtown Montevideo), Laguna del Sauce International Airport, in Punta del Este (Maldonado) and Laguna de los Patos International Airport in Colonia de Sacramento.
The new Carrasco International Airport was opened in 2009 and is considered one of the most modern and attractive in the world. From there you have easy access to downtown Montevideo and destinations on the east coast, with direct buses to both points. It is also possible to catch a shuttle bus, take a taxi or rent a car in one of the car rental companies located at the airport.
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Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, harmoniously combines modernity and tradition. Ancient architectural treasures such as el Cabildo, the Iglesia Matriz (Matriz Church) and the Puerta de la Ciudadela (City Gate), styles such as Art Nouveau and Art Deco and cutting-edge modern buildings such as the Torre de las Comunicaciones (Communications Tower), give the city a unique identity. The capital’s Rambla (waterfront promenade), providing access to over 30 km of coastline, is one of the main attributes of Montevideo and an unforgettable stroll for its inhabitants who frequently go there to drink ‘mate’ (South American style of tea) and go for long walks. In addition, the vast number of green spaces, parks and gardens also provide numerous outdoor options. Montevideo also has an extensive cultural scene. For example, its theatrical productions are remarkably extensive and varied, and include classic, modern and alternative shows. In its museums, cultural centers and showrooms it is possible to appreciate the art of a wide range of internationally recognised artists such as Juan Manuel Blanes, Rafael Barradas, Pedro Figari, Joaquín Torres García, José Cúneo and Ignacio Iturria, among others. In 2013, for the second time, Montevideo was named the Ibero-American Culture Capital by the Union of the Ibero-American Capital Cities (UCCI - Unión de Ciudades Capitales Iberoamericanas) and, therefore, a broad agenda has been scheduled in order to celebrate this distinction.
Montevideo was founded by the governor and captain of the Río de la Plata, Don Bruno Mauricio de Zabala. The foundational process of the city occurred between 1724 and 1730, during which time the earliest settlers began arriving from Buenos Aires and the Canary Islands. In 1833, a new layout was planned for the Ciudad Nueva (New City) which began to be fully implemented from 1861. Unlike the Ciudad Vieja (Old City), which was walled around its perimeter, the Ciudad Nueva had wide, tree-lined streets where sumptuous shops and large residences were located.
Montevideo Mvd Airport Transfer by B&B Remises Srl
(Transfers from carrasco Airport and Punta del Este)