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Che Lagarto Hostel Montevideo

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 420
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Getting to know Montevideo is a wonderful experience and your stay must be the same! We are meters away from the main avenue and a few blocks from the Bus Terminal. Very close to Pocitos and everythin... More...

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Students Hostel

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2.1km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 77
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Students Hostel offers a distinctive and unique hosting proposal, this is the only hostel in Montevideo prepared for long stay services.... More...

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MedioMundo Hostel

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

At MedioMundo Hostel we’ve taken care of every detail of our brand new hostel to give it a unique style for you to enjoy it as much as you can. The... More...

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Destino26

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1.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.2
Fabulous 441
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

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Viajero Montevideo Hostel

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2.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.1
Fabulous 2691
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

El Viajero Downtown Hostel & Suites is located in the downtown of the city, near the main street 18 de Julio.We offer the comfort of a Hotel combined with the fun and relaxing atmosphere of a Host... More...

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Avokanto Hostel

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, is the largest city in the Montevideo Bay. The center of the city is the Plaza de la Independencia, which was once a Spanish citadel.... More...

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Hostel Charruas

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
8.8
Fabulous 103
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Welcome to Hostel Charruas the best place for your holidays in Uruguay.... More...

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Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay and has become one of South America's liveliest cities. Spanning just 20km from east to west, and sharing the Río de la Plata river with Buenos Aires, this port city is brewing a culture to match its bigger neighbour's. Take a trip to this thriving city and you'll be rewarded with its relaxed, tranquilo vibe, a varied music scene and chivito sandwiches piled high with juicy steak.

Montevideo hostels range from a bright orange town house covered in murals to a sun-filled atrium surrounded by elegant columns. With locations evenly spread across the city centre, wherever you choose you'll be conveniently placed to explore. Hostels in Montevideo have a casual feel, with spaces to unwind including rooftop gardens and swimming pools. Dorms and private rooms are available, and you'll find free Wi-Fi and breakfast in many hostels.

Montevideo is a collection of distinctive barrios (neighbourhoods), all jostling for attention in this compact city. The Ciudad Vieja (old town) and its museums and galleries have welcomed the new in the form of street art, pedestrian-only walkways and the city's liveliest nightlife. Of Montevideo's 18 beaches and nearly 25km of continuous Rambla promenade, upscale Pocitos is the most popular seaside spot. Neighbouring Parque Rodó is a student area with green spaces and views over the city.

Uruguay's full-bodied red wines and top-quality beef are one of the city's main attractions. Head to the Mercado del Puerto market for an afternoon snack to see you through to Montevideo's late dinners. The city's historic Estadio Centenario stadium in the Parque Batlle neighbourhood hosted the first FIFA World Cup in 1930, and there's nowhere like it for atmosphere on a match day. For music fans there's everything from the folk-fusion beats of the weekly candombe street show to the burgeoning dance scene at its clubs.

Montevideo’s main neighbourhoods can be explored on foot or by bike. For farther-flung areas of the city, there's an extensive bus network operated by Cutcsa. You can fly direct to Carrasco International Airport from Madrid, or from other European cities via a stop in Buenos Aires or São Paulo. A direct ferry from Montevideo to Buenos Aires takes just over 2 hours, or an extra couple of hours via the cheaper bus-boat connections. You can catch these from bus Terminal Tres Cruces, east of downtown, to reach destinations in Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.

We have 7 hostels in Montevideo with an average rating of 8.7 based on 1,035 reviews 7 of 7 properties available in Montevideo

About Montevideo

Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay and has become one of South America's liveliest cities. Spanning just 20km from east to west, and sharing the Río de la Plata river with Buenos Aires, this port city is brewing a culture to match its bigger neighbour's. Take a trip to this thriving city and you'll be rewarded with its relaxed, tranquilo vibe, a varied music scene and chivito sandwiches piled high with juicy steak.

Montevideo hostels range from a bright orange town house covered in murals to a sun-filled atrium surrounded by elegant columns. With locations evenly spread across the city centre, wherever you choose you'll be conveniently placed to explore. Hostels in Montevideo have a casual feel, with spaces to unwind including rooftop gardens and swimming pools. Dorms and private rooms are available, and you'll find free Wi-Fi and breakfast in many hostels.

Montevideo is a collection of distinctive barrios (neighbourhoods), all jostling for attention in this compact city. The Ciudad Vieja (old town) and its museums and galleries have welcomed the new in the form of street art, pedestrian-only walkways and the city's liveliest nightlife. Of Montevideo's 18 beaches and nearly 25km of continuous Rambla promenade, upscale Pocitos is the most popular seaside spot. Neighbouring Parque Rodó is a student area with green spaces and views over the city.

Uruguay's full-bodied red wines and top-quality beef are one of the city's main attractions. Head to the Mercado del Puerto market for an afternoon snack to see you through to Montevideo's late dinners. The city's historic Estadio Centenario stadium in the Parque Batlle neighbourhood hosted the first FIFA World Cup in 1930, and there's nowhere like it for atmosphere on a match day. For music fans there's everything from the folk-fusion beats of the weekly candombe street show to the burgeoning dance scene at its clubs.

Montevideo’s main neighbourhoods can be explored on foot or by bike. For farther-flung areas of the city, there's an extensive bus network operated by Cutcsa. You can fly direct to Carrasco International Airport from Madrid, or from other European cities via a stop in Buenos Aires or São Paulo. A direct ferry from Montevideo to Buenos Aires takes just over 2 hours, or an extra couple of hours via the cheaper bus-boat connections. You can catch these from bus Terminal Tres Cruces, east of downtown, to reach destinations in Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.