The rambla is a long avenue that borders the Río de la Plata coastline. Thirty kilometers long (over eighteen miles), it starts out in Capurro and stretches all the way to the neighborhood of Carrasco, to the boundaries of the department of Montevideo. In addition to being a major means of circulation for traffic, the rambla is the city’s favorite pedestrian promenade.
CIUDAD VIEJA, CENTRO, BARRIO SUR, PALERMO, PARQUE RODÓ, PUNTA CARRETAS, POCITOS, BUCEO, MALVÍN, PUNTA GORDA, CARRASCO
The first stage of the project, rambla Sur, was planned by engineer Juan Pedro Fabini in 1928 and opened to the public in 1935.
Montevideo Locations Office