Sunny Studio on the best location in the Historic District. Completely recycled.
You have very comfortable beds that could be double king or two single.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 2
Minimum age of primary renter:
The apartment, housed in a 19th century building, is located in the first neighborhood of Montevideo. There began the history of our country. A key point for trade with Europe, from the port began the construction of the rest of the city. This is why the historic center is a must see for all tourists. Not knowing the "Ciudad Vieja" is not knowing Montevideo. Architecture, design, art, music, smells and flavors coexist in this area giving it a unique and peculiar personality.
Most museums are a few blocks away, so you can walk on foot. Gift shops, craft fairs, bakeries, supermarkets, bureaux de change, bicycles to tour the area, tourist information office, restaurants, cafes and bars, abound in the neighborhood. There are rotiserías that offer ready-to-go food for when the plan is to eat at home, many of them do delivery. Walking through the pedestrian streets, stopping for a coffee or a rich wine, discovering antique furniture stores, bookshops and art houses, is part of what this neighborhood offers, as well as a glimpse of our culture and idiosyncrasy. From the balcony, listen to the sounds of the drums that run through the streets of the Mercado del Puerto, feel the aroma of roasted meat, the laughter of passers-by, music, conversations, all this is possible in this corner of Montevideo.
One block away is the tourist bus stop as well as local transport. It is very easy to move from this area to other parts of the city. Anyway, most of the Museums are within walking distance from the apartment.
Maria Veronica Correa
- english, spanish, portuguese
About Maria Veronica Correa
Hello, my name is María Verónica Correa. Everyone tells me Verónica. I grew up in the interior of the country. At the age of 17 I came to Montevideo to study and here I married and formed my family. I received as a journalist and worked in several written media. I love to write and read. I also worked in two multinationals in areas of communication and marketing. This allowed me to learn a lot in other areas. In all my works, what I enjoyed the most was the possibility to meet people, to know about their lives, their projects and their talents. I currently work as a freelance journalist and communications and marketing consultant. I came to HomeAway as a user. I love traveling with my family and since we are 5 members, the most convenient option was always HomeAway. Being a host now puts me on the other side, I hope I can apply all the things I learned by using this system. I am one of those who writes on TripAdvisor about every place I go to. I always read the comments that other travelers leave. I think this kind of things help us improve and provide a better service. We have two dogs and we have just adopted a cat. I love music of all kinds, cooking, dancing ballet, taking care of plants and spending time with family. I enjoyed the apartment very much. I hope you enjoy it as much as I planned it. In every thing I chose I put my heart and also tried to see how I would feel if I were traveling. You will find books about Uruguay, Montevideo guides, maps and some other tips that can help you to know the city. I hope you find everything you need for a perfect stay.
Maria Veronica Correa purchased this Studio in 2017
Why Maria Veronica Correa chose Ciudad Vieja
The apartment, housed in a 19th century building, is located in the first neighborhood of Montevideo. There began the history of our country. A key point for trade with Europe, from the port began the construction of the rest of the city. This is why the historic center is a must see for all tourists. Not knowing the "Ciudad Vieja" is not knowing Montevideo. Architecture, design, art, music, smells and flavors coexist in this area giving it a unique and peculiar personality. El apartamento, alojado en un edificio del siglo XIX, se encuentra en el que fuera el primer barrio de Montevideo. Allí comenzó la historia de nuestro país. Punto clave para el comercio con Europa, desde el puerto se inició la construcción del resto de la ciudad. Es por esto que el casco histórico es una visita obligada para todos los turistas. No conocer la Ciudad Vieja es no conocer Montevideo. Arquitectura, diseño, arte, música, olores y sabores conviven en esta zona dándole una personalidad propia y peculiar. La mayoría de los museos están a pocas cuadras a la redonda, por lo que se pueden recorrer a pie. Tiendas de regalos, ferias artesanales, panaderías, supermarkets, casas de cambio, bicicletas para recorrer la zona, oficina de información turística, restaurantes, cafés y bares, abundan por el barrio. Hay rotiserías que ofrecen comida pronta para llevar para cuando el plan es comer en casa y muchas de ellas hacen delivery. Caminar por las peatonales, parar a tomar un café o un rico vino, descubrir las tiendas de muebles antiguos, librerías y casas de arte, es parte de lo que ofrece este barrio, además de un pantallazo de nuestra cultura e idiosincrasia. Escuchar desde el balcón el sonar de los tambores que recorren las calles del Mercado del Puerto, sentir el aroma de la carne asada, las risas de los transeúntes, música, conversaciones, todo esto es posible en este rincón de Montevideo.