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Cheap flights to Uruguay

Cheap Flights to Uruguay

Uruguay has beautiful coastlines and verdant forests. The capital city has lovely architecture and is centered around Plaza Independencia, which once held a Spanish citadel. The country has extremely high literacy rates and is home to the "world's poorest president," who donates most of his income to charity. The least-corrupt country in South America, Uruguay boasts stability and sophistication. To find the cheapest flights to Uruguay, use Skyscanner's flight search feature. Simply enter your destination and the dates you wish to fly and you will see the cheapest flights available.

What to Do in Uruguay

Uruguay is often overlooked as a travel destination but it is packed full of things to do and should really be on your destination list. Stroll the cobbled streets of Colonia, founded by Portuguese colonizers. Visit the beaches at Punta del Diablo, one of Uruguay's finest, where you can laze on the beach or rent a surfboard and ride the waves. Walk or roll down the Rambla de Montevideo promenade, with expansive views of the beach and the city skyline. Stop in at Taller de Casapueblo, an unusual museum where you can look for works by Picasso and Salvador Dali. Book a hotel in Uruguay and stay a while. You'll wish you could stay longer.

When to Go to Uruguay

Summer in Uruguay runs from December to February, and is the high season for visitors to Uruguay. February includes Carnaval, which actually begins at the end of January and runs to early March. Winter in Uruguay sees temperatures average 15° C, but the humidity makes everything feel much colder. The best time to go to Uruguay and escape the crowds and high-season price but still get warm weather is April. The ocean water is warm from the summertime sun, but most of the tourists have gone, freeing up space in hotels and on beaches. Use Skyscanner's cheapest month search tool to find out which month has the cheapest flights to Uruguay.

Getting to Uruguay

Most flights from Canada will connect through the United States or another major flight hub. Most international flights will arrive at Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo. Upon entry to Uruguay, Canadians must present a passport that is valid for the duration of their stay. Canadians do not need a visa for stays of up to 90 days. If you know when you want to go to Uruguay, sign up for price alerts from Skyscanner. You will receive notifications when the price of your chosen flight rises or falls. Use this tool to monitor price fluctuations to help you get the lowest airfares.

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