Town and Country Living in Uruguay’s Interior

In Uruguay, you find expats settled in the capital city, Montevideo; in beach towns along the coast; and on rural properties of the interior. It’s a diverse country, with metropolitan, coastal, and rural options for the expat. Uruguay’s interior is part of the South American Pampas—low-lying grassland with fertile soils, rivers, and a temperate climate...

Buying an Apartment in Montevideo’s Ciudad Vieja (Old City)

Would you like to know about a historic district where you can still find apartments at reasonable prices? It’s Montevideo’s Ciudad Vieja (Old City) in Uruguay. Ciudad Vieja is the original eight-by-14-block site where Montevideo was founded in 1730. Today, it’s one of 62 neighborhoods in a city that’s grown to 1.4 million people...