Uruguay’s capital city, Montevideo is a historical port town. The southernmost capital city in South America, Montevideo was founded in the early 18th century. Full of colorful buildings, its most popular attractions included Ciudad Vieja, the city’s oldest neighborhood. The Metropolitan Cathedral, a stunning Roman Catholic Church located in the old town is another popular attraction. Pulsating with rich history, the city is home to nearly half of Uruguay’s population. From old theatres to cozy bars and beachfront nightclubs, Montevideo offers everything that Latin America is famous for.