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How to travel to Uruguay 

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 (18 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.

Travelling by boat

Numerous boats and ferries link Buenos Aires and Colonia, Carmelo and Montevideo and include the possibility of transporting cars. Private ports also allow access to private vessels.
The companies Buquebus and Colonia Express go to the port of Colonia and offer transfer by bus to Montevideo or Punta del Este. Buquebus also goes direct to Montevideo. The company Cacciola runs between Tigre and Carmelo, with package deals that also go to Buenos Aires-Montevideo by land.

Travelling by land
By bus
With no major land obstacles, Uruguay is naturally predisposed to being very well connected. An extensive and safe road network infrastructure allows for travel round the entire country, by bus, taxi and hire car.
The Tres Cruces Terminal in Montevideo is the main land transport hub of the country, with medium- and long-distance buses to the main towns throughout the country and several regional destinations such as Asunción, Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Rosario, Mendoza, Paraná, Pelotas, Camboriú, Curitiba, Florianópolis, Joinville and Porto Alegre. The Baltasar Brum Terminal, better known as Río Branco, offers connections to the tourist resorts closest to the capital.  

By car
The road network, which is distributed outwards from the capital to the countryside, allows access by car to different tourist locations. It has a dozen tolls, whose tariffs are around $46 ($2.50 US Dollars) for cars and trucks. (See the map of routes).
In Uruguay we drive on the right hand side of the road and use of seatbelts is obligatory. The speed limit on the highways is 110 km/hr.

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