Nightlife in Montevideo, Uruguay: Nigthclubs, Dance clubs & more
The "medio y medio" (sparkling and dry wine, in equal parts), the "grappamiel" (grape liqueur with honey) and other delicious drinks that come from this country are waiting in the many bars (or "boliches" as they are called here), nightclubs, gay bars and the nighttime entertainment centers. Aside from the delicious drinks, the music can get you into the groove and Montevideo has all types, from electronic, folkloric to rock. The nights in Montevideo are filled with options that will make your visit truly unforgettable.
Ciudad Vieja and the Downtown Area
In these neighborhoods and in the adjoining ones, you can find the best nightlife of the city. There is a little bit of everything: bars, "boliches", nightclubs, theaters and beaches, with music for all tastes. You can also find restaurants for those night owls who want to dance the night away. There are also cozy bars where you can drink everything from a "mate" (a tea that is typical of the region and is normally drunk from a container with a small metal straw) to a very sophisticated cocktail. Live it up and enjoy Montevidean nightlife at full throttle.
- El Pony Pisador
- La City
The excellent location of this park, between Ramirez Beach and the golf course, gives locals and visitors quick access to multiple cultural attractions during the day, like the amusement park, the library and the Teatro de Verano (Summer Theater). The nightlife that surrounds this park is a conjunction of fascinating bars and clubs that will have you having the time of your life.
- Il Tempo Disco Pub
- Living Pub
- W Lounge
- Key Club
This neighborhood is one of the most famous in the city. It is a beautiful little area that is located on the shores of Rio de la Plata and offers excellent options for those who are looking to spend a full night enjoying music and dancing. There are high class bars and "boliches" so explore these options so that you can enjoy a night in any of these fantastic places:
- El Bacilon
Noche de la Nostalgia
Translated as "Night of Nostalgia", this event was created over 20 years ago, starting as a party in Montevideo, where popular music of times past were played andpeople remembered the "good old days", while the younger generations just enjoy the oldies. This became a tradition and now, every August 24, the city celebrates to the beat of Queen and the Beatles (among many other classics), attracting tourists from all over the country and from Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
Noche de las Luces
Translated as the "Night of Lights", this is a traditional festival of Montevideo, held on the second weekend of December. The city is filled with lights on this evening, especially on Pocitos Beach in Punta de Trouville, where you can see a fireworks show. There is normally an attendance of 600,000 people who get together on the beach, in the streets and in nearby parks. If you are visiting the city on this particular weekend, you'll be able to catch a fantastic show in the skies of Montevideo.
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