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It's possible to get a ride to Montevideo from the airport by just talking to some friendly looking people.
 
It's possible to get a ride to Montevideo from the airport by just talking to some friendly looking people.
  
 
The airport is situated in the north east of Montevideo. You can rent a car or take a taxi to the city from the airport − try not to be ripped off though. The “official taxi” company is trying to extort something like 20 US$ for the ride, which is way too much.
 
The airport is situated in the north east of Montevideo. You can rent a car or take a taxi to the city from the airport − try not to be ripped off though. The “official taxi” company is trying to extort something like 20 US$ for the ride, which is way too much.
 
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Revision as of 13:54, 5 April 2011

Montevideo
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Uruguay
Population: 1,325,968
Major roads: 1, 5, 8
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Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay.


Hitchhiking out

West towards Colonia de Sactamento, Argentina (N1)

Bus 137: Take bus 137 from Plaza Independencia (or somewhere else) and make sure you take it in the right direction (which is confusing in the beginning, because it seems to make a large detour). After half an hour or so you have to get out at the crossroad with Ruta 1. There is a gas station not far from there. Try to aim for black (Argentinian) number plates if you're heading to Argentina.

Bus 163: Take a bus from anywhere of Montevideo with number 163 which will put u on the road 1. Do not get out on the first crossing of the highway, but on second. Ask the driver to tell you where. In Uruguay there are generally very little number of cars as the country is low populated. You could wait for hours to find someone or walk... But in general this spot should be good one.

We (Julien from France and me) found a ride in 10 minutes,even though that for me alone in any part of Urugay it took at least 2 hours to move forward somewhere -- Suzann


Hitching In

From the airport

It's possible to get a ride to Montevideo from the airport by just talking to some friendly looking people.

The airport is situated in the north east of Montevideo. You can rent a car or take a taxi to the city from the airport − try not to be ripped off though. The “official taxi” company is trying to extort something like 20 US$ for the ride, which is way too much.