The tour bring us to the beginnings of the 20th Century and the main seaside back then: Piriápolis, with the final work of Francisco Piria of his original project, Heliópolis. We discover it particular urbanistic design, with monuments, buildings, fountains and a lot of symbolism. Near Piriápolis, 40 km west, there are two modern sanctuaries: […]

The visit proposes to read Montevideo through its green spaces. Each of these places contributes to tell the capital’s history, its growth and development. From the 19th Century squares, in Ciudad Vieja, to contemporary interventions, such as Plaza Líber Seregni, going through patios charged with plastic arts interventions of the 60’s. All these spaces are […]

Montevideo has more to discover than its 22 kilometer shore. Uruguay’s capital is a city full of secrets that has a historical and cultural richness that sometimes may go unnoticed, but it is worthy of appreciation. The tour’s proposal is to discover the city through its patios, one of Montevideo’s hidden treasures. Patios tell the […]

Pablo Atchugarry’s Foundation is a symbol of Uruguay. Its majestic sculptures are surrounded by a huge green environment. It is located near Punta del Este, and the visit is a sensible experience, that is powered with our History of Art’s experts. We have scheduled departures from Montevideo.

You will have to go to jail to see contemporary art! The Contemporary Art Space (EAC) is where the first reclusion center was built following the panoptic rules of the English Bentham, which lately were theorized by Foucault. The jail opened in 1888. Known as  ‘Cárcel de Miguelete’, located in the centre of Montevideo, it […]

We offer guided and private visits in four languages: Spanish, French, English and Portuguese, of iconic places of Uruguayan art. Begin with Blanes, realistic painter of the endings of XVIII century. He glorifies the founding historical epics of nascent Uruguay, illustrating scenes from life in the decades that followed independence. Blanes museum is in Prado, […]