The capital of Uruguay has so much to offer expats and locals that it is hard to describe the place in just one word. The many contrasting neighborhoods, traditions influences across the capital make this interesting city a fascinating place to visit or live in. Although not as popular as its neighbors Argentina or Brazil, in terms of tourism, Uruguay’s capital is growing rapidly in popularity.
Apartments in Montevideo give expats fascinating insight into the city, as they are a great representation of which barriothey are situated in. Parque Rodo is the cities most popular neighborhood, the fashionable area code also comes with a premium price tag, making rental apartments in Montevideo the most expensive in Parque Rodo. The old town of the city has plenty to offer those looking for a more laid back lifestyle, Ciudad Vieja is the center of the old town, and the area has in abundance museums, markets and hipster cafes and art installations.
Uruguay may not be everyone's first choice of countries to come and study in but don't let reputation (or lack of) put you off. The main university area of the city is situated in Parque Rodo, this is also the epicenter of the cities nightlife. Students who live and study in this area find it very practical and easy to go from home to University and then to the many bars that line the streets here, thus, study and partying are two things that go hand in hand together here.
There are so many reasons to choose Montevideo as a place to study. The University is internationally accredited, the cost of living is very low, especially in comparison to Buenos Aires or Rio, and the nightlife is legendary. Student apartments in Montevideo Uruguay allow those that study to live with other students, with some independence from the university.