Officially the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, this country is sometimes called the Eastern Republic of Uruguay. It is located in the south eastern region of South America. The capital and largest city of Uruguay is Montevideo. The country offers a South Atlantic coastline. It is bordered by Argentina and Brazil. This is the second smallest country on the continent of South America, following Suriname.
Uruguay’s economy is based on food processing, electrical machinery, transportation equipment, petroleum products, textiles, chemicals, and beverages. The main exports in the country are meat, rice, leather products, wool, fish, and dairy products. Uruguay has a strong IT sector, specialising in software and consulting. Major companies in this sector that have office space or facilities in the country include ArTech (created GeneXus), De Larrobla & Asociados, Greycon and Quanam, and Tata Consultancy Services. The Zonamerica Business & Technology Park is home to multinational companies such as KPMG, Merrill Lynch, and Caterpillar.
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There are many sights to see and things to do in Uraguay. As the capital city, Montevideo offers a modern urban centre that has a historical old town that dates back to colonial times. The entire city bordered by an uninterrupted stretch of white sandy beach. Ciudad Vieja is the Old Town in Montevideo, offering 18th century buildings. The city also offers Avenida 18 de Julio with cultural offerings that include theatres, museums and art galleries. Uruguayan cuisine is primarily Spanish with a very strong Italian influence. This Italian persuasion comes from its long history of Italian immigration. One of the country’s specialties includes empanadas (hand-sized meat or cheese pies). You can find them at many corner bakeries. Bars often serve gramajo, a dish made of fried potatoes, eggs, and ham. This traditional ranching country has more cattle than people, so beef is on many menus. One beef dish that should not be missed is chivito, which combines skirt steak, tomato, lettuce, onion, hard-boiled eggs, ham, bacon, mozzarella cheese, mayonnaise, and fries.
Uruguay’s largest airport is Carrasco International Airport, located in a suburb of Montevideo. Uruguay doesn’t have a national rail system, and instead features an extensive internal bus network, which provides inter-city connections. Most towns and cities have a central bus terminal. From Montevideo, connections between Las Piedras, Santa Lucia and Maldonado can be made amongst others. The country is linked to Argentina via road bridges over the Rio Uruguay at Fray Bentos, Paysandu, Salto, and Bella Union. Uruguay also has access to Brazil at Bella Union, Artigas, Rivera, Cerrillada, Acegua, Rio Branco, and Chuy. There is ferry service between Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Colonia del Sacramento and Montevideo.
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