3.1.17

Where to live in Montevideo, Uruguay Part 4 of 4: Parque Rodó--A small community with a lot going on

Outdoor roller skating rink in the Montevideo community of Parque Rodó
This post about Montevideo’s Parque Rodó is Part 4 of a four-part series of a four-part series on Montevideo communities that offer a high quality of life.

Parque Rodó is a small area with a lot going on.

27.12.16

Where to live in Montevideo, Uruguay Part 3 of 4: The Old City and Centro--Historic architecture and cultural events

Plaza del Entrevero in Montevideo's Centro (also called Plaza Fabini)

This post, covering Montevideo’s Ciudad Vieja and Centro, is Part 3 of a four-part series on Montevideo communities that offer a high quality of life.

In Ciudad Vieja and Centro, you find the city’s early architecture and the most in the way of cultural events. 

20.12.16

Where to live in Montevideo, Uruguay Part 2 of 4: Carrasco--Upscale and roomy

Single family homes in Carrasco
This post, covering the Montevideo community of Carrasco, is Part 2 of a four-part series on Montevideo communities that offer a high quality of life. 

Carrasco is a low-density area of Montevideo with large homes and prestigious institutions.  

13.12.16

Where to live in Montevideo, Uruguay Part 1 of 4: Pocitos Area--the best in modern urban living

Montevideo's Pocitos Beach

This post introducing Montevideo's Pocitos Area, is Part 1 of a four-part series on Montevideo communities that offer a high quality of life.

The most popular area to live in Montevideo is comprised of three adjoining communities: Pocitos, Punta Carretas, and the west side of Buceo.

These three communities, together, are often referred to as the “Pocitos Area” or as “Pocitos”.

In the Pocitos Area you find modern apartment living, convenient shopping, a wide range of cafes and restaurants, and several multiplex theaters.

Where to live in Montevideo, Uruguay--Introduction to a four part series


Which city offers the highest quality of living in South America?

According to Mercer, it's Montevideo, Uruguay.

When you come to Montevideo, you'll find its population of 1.4 million spread across 62 distinct neighborhoods.

So, which Montevideo neighborhoods offer the best quality of life?


Welcome to a four-part series: Where to Live in Montevideo, Uruguay--introducing you to four stand-out areas in South America's most livable city.

6.12.16

Trends in Montevideo’s Old City--an interview with real estate agent, Bettina Stratta

This post has been moved to my new blog at: http://www.hammondreport.com/2016/12/real-estate-montevideo-ciudad-vieja.html

Getting a Job In Uruguay - Two Things You Should Know

Ana Inés
By Uruguay relocation specialist, Ana Inés Pérez Bianchi 

How do expats who move to Uruguay support themselves?

Many have a retirement income. Some start a small business activity, like renting out a vacation property. Others arrive bringing their online job with them. And then there's those who get a job in Uruguay.

If you’re considering a new life in Uruguay with the idea of finding a job as a means to support yourself, I have two recommendations.