Uruguay is a small country that is dwarfed by its giant neighbors, Argentina and Brazil. The majority of the population lives along the south coast, which overlooks the wide estuary of the Rio de la Plata (Plate River) and the Atlantic Ocean. In summer, a large number of tourists flock to the sandy beaches of this long coastline. The inland part has fertile and low-lying pains. Here, crops such as rice, oranges, tangerines, peaches, and grapes grow through the hot summers and mild winters watered by regular rainfall.
Here are the top ten not to be missed places in Uruguay.