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Perfect for long runs/walks along the water!

Perfect for long runs/walks along the water! The km markers along the Rambla were very handy and... read more

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scottrunnr
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Brookline, Massachusetts
Stunning!

The rambla is an extensive coastal road with a great pedestrian strip. It is great for running... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Tyrone876
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed yesterday

Perfect for long runs/walks along the water! The km markers along the Rambla were very handy and you can't beat the view. We felt very safe there in daylight hours.

Thank scottrunnr
Reviewed 6 days ago

The rambla is an extensive coastal road with a great pedestrian strip. It is great for running, walking and just hanging out with friends. I enjoyed morning runs along the rambla in Montevideo.

Thank Tyrone876
Reviewed 1 week ago

The ramblas, all together, are 20km long. They change names along the shore but the quality of the path is all the same.

Thank André N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I bike a lot. The only problem with la Rambla is wind. Puts you down like 10 km per hr. However it is flat enough to rode at 22-25 kph. Don’t try the side walk because pedestrians won’t appreciate this. The tarmac is good, keep...More

Thank pablo a
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Any time of the year, at any season... depends on your state of mind, walking it, will bring you exactly what you soul needs at that point. You may experience the clear power of the southwinds and the humble beauty of the river waters.

Thank ernestohhh
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I live one block away from where rambla starts, way over in Old Town. You can do basically whatever your heart desires here. You can go walking, biking, running, sit and contemplate. If you keep walking the scenery changes and gives you new things to...More

Thank Mariana C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Was on a cruise from Buenos Aires to Rio for Carnaval, and we docked here. Locals actually showed up to greet us! My cabinmate and I were especially lucky, as an expat couple adopted us for the day and showed us around for the day.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Rent a bike or walk along the beaches. Relaxing atmosphere and easy to walk for hours. Sunny day bring swimgear and try the ses.

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Reviewed 16 September 2018

On tranquil Montevideo, the Rambla is the gathering place for bikers, runners, walkers, families, friends. Open, for the most part, to the river and the ocean, parks and museums will make your visit a memorable one.

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Reviewed 3 September 2018 via mobile

You can walk all of the 4 mile strip along the Rio de Plata or just part of it. People walk, bike and jog it. The sound of the waves crashing is a nice contrast to the city noises. When in Montevideo walk the Rambla....More

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artisianswindow5
19 September 2018|
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Response from IntrepidTraveller38 | Reviewed this property |
La Rambla runs from immediately outside the port and stretches for miles. I'm not sure about sea glass but there are lots of entry points onto the shore and beaches that you explore. Happy travels :-)
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ChapLeeds
8 January 2017|
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Response from Kegan36604 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, no idea. I recall seeing several membership type gyms. Perhaps a Google search and inquire if day passes are available. There are many public parks with facilities of various descriptions, though I don't... More
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nicolo_bucci
16 September 2016|
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Response from Ari F | Reviewed this property |
Looks like I'm missed you so you might have gone already. It would be quite a walk from the port to the Rambla, but you could. Maybe about 25 minutes. It's very safe during the day though. Great town.
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