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Access Ciudad Vieja and Rambla Boardwalk with ease

Staying in the modern and inviting accommodations of the Radisson at Victoria Plaza is the perfect way to experience the vibrant Montevideo culture. Situated adjacent to Plaza Independencia, our hotel places you within walking distance of the historical artifacts housed at Museo del Gaucho y de la Moneda and the charming markets and shops of Ciudad Vieja. If you’re traveling for work, enjoy the convenience of being just a short drive from international business leaders like SC Johnson, World Bank and Pfizer Inc.

Explore these attractions close to the hotel:

  • Plaza Independencia (adjacent)
    Geographically, this plaza stands between downtown Montevideo and the beginning of Avenidas 18 de Julio, but historically, Plaza Independencia divides the old and new Montevideo.
  • Iglesia Matriz (0.5 km)
    Consecrated in 1804 and dedicated to the Immaculate Conception and Montevideo’s patron saints, Philip and James, this neoclassical Roman Catholic church welcomes worshipers and visitors alike.
  • Museo del Gaucho y de la Moneda (0.5 km)
    Residing in a stunning 19th-century mansion, this museum allows guests to view unique gaucho artifacts more than a century old, ranging from horse gear to mate gourds.
  • Ciudad Vieja (1 km)
    Bursting with cultural diversity and local commerce, the Old City’s shops, markets and restaurants offer immersive multicultural experiences that capture the unique charm of the capital city.
  • Mercado del Puerto (1 km)
    Get a taste of regional cuisine in this bustling food market, and enjoy live entertainment from a variety of musicians and painters who showcase their art among the restaurants.
  • Rambla (1 km)
    Gaze at the picturesque views as you stroll along this bustling coastal road that begins in Montevideo’s Old City and stretches to the city’s opposite end, winding up in the Carrasco neighborhood.