Visiting Montevideo and you don't know what to do with your luggage?
If you have to do a long stopover or if you have already checked out where you were staying, the fact of having to travel around a city carrying your luggage does not allow you to enjoy your trip as you should. You will take longer having to carry the weight of the suitcases and also for the space they occupy, making it difficult for you to travel through popular tourist places.
At Airkeep we have a network of keepairs with which you can store your luggage in Montevideo. Our keepairs are hotels, hostels, cafes, shops and restaurants, perfect for you to leave your luggage and enjoy carefree.
How to store luggage with Airkeep?
Find and choose the best place for you
Store your bags in our network of hotels and local stores in Montevideo. Airkeep is now part of Stasher! You can book online through Stasher.com to store your bags.
Drop your your luggage with our keepairs
Keep traveling without unnecessary weight!
Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, is an important city in the Bay of Montevideo. It is located around the Plaza de la Independencia, where there was once a Spanish citadel. The square connects to the Old City, with art deco buildings, colonial houses, and iconic landmarks such as the towering Palacio Salvo and the neoclassical Solís Theater. The old Mercado del Puerto is full of restaurants to taste meats.
What to visit in Montevideo?
Feria Tristán Narvaja
Barrio del Prado
Where to stay in Montevideo?
The Prado neighborhood is one of the oldest in Montevideo and the place where the country's president and the Uruguayan aristocracy reside. This area, called the "lung of the city" for its innumerable parks and gardens, is home to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Soneira Castle, one of the most beautiful buildings in Montevideo.
The privileged neighborhood of Buceo, located on the banks of the Río de la Plata, was founded in the 18th century as a spa. It is one of the most touristic areas of Montevideo, with numerous parks, beaches, shopping centers, movie theaters, bars, restaurants and supermarkets.
The Carrasco neighborhood is the most luxurious area of Montevideo. Its main attractions are its more than 30 beaches, beautiful French-style houses and numerous local and international haute cuisine venues.
The official currency is the Uruguayan peso ($ U). Currently, Uruguayan pesos are minted in coins of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 50 pesos and in notes of 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 and 2000 pesos.
What plugs (eletricity) are used in Montevideo?
In Uruguay the common voltage is 220 V. The frequency is 50Hz. The plugs and sockets are of type C / F / I / L.
How to move in Montevideo?
By public transport
More than 150 bus lines link all the districts of Montevideo. To move more comfortably, it is advisable to purchase the rechargeable STM card. With it you can use public transport without having to pay with cash and you will get all kinds of discounts. The cost of the card is $ 100 (US $ 2.35).
Montevideo taxis abound in the city and are easily stopped just by raising your hand. Their rates are based on tokens generated during the trip and marked on the meter display. The driver must show you an information sheet that indicates the rate corresponding to the number of tokens. Keep in mind that the lowering of the flag costs $ U 41.08 (US $ 0.97), the value of a token is $ U 2.38 (US $ 0.056) and that for one hour of waiting you would pay $ U 366.51 (US $ 8.61).