|Local draught beer||$2.45|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$35.66|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$6.53|
|Loaf of white bread||$1.98|
If you've already ordered your cheap flights to Durazno, you're probably now wondering what you're going to do in this smallish, Uruguayan city of around 35,000. While relatively small population wise, Durazno has a large arts scene, as well as a large amount of historic architecture as well as national and local history to take in at its museums, from Durazno's founding in the early 1800's. There's also a nice beach scene here, where many folk and music festivals take place as well. Order your cheap tickets to Durazno, pack your bags and make a list of everything you'd like to see and do with Flighthub's helpful guides.
Good weather all year long makes visiting the Yi River and its surrounding beaches a major tourist draw. The Sauzal beach is a beautiful white sand, blue water beach which is ideal for swimming. The numerous beaches surrounding the Yi River are also the site of the '33 Eastern Ones' camping activities. It's an excellent opportunity if you're someone who likes to rough it, but with a little help. These sites will provide you with electricity, bathrooms, wood and other bare necessities, but you bring the tents and living quarters/food. Who doesn't love camping at the beach? In addition to the beach, Durazno is home to a number of beautiful parks, which every year host some of Durazno's most talked about festivals. The Park of the Spanish Spirit is commencement spot of the National Festival of Folklore, the Festival of Rock and even a yearly carnival and a Gaucho festival! You'll certainly want to coordinate your trip with Durazno's tourist center, to make sure you come just in time for your favorite festival, to experience all of the fun. Book your cheap flights to Durazno and hotels in Durazno, so that you can make your beach, camping and festival dreams an actual reality.
If you're looking to get in touch with Durazno's arts scene, first you'll need to book your flights to Durazno. Once you're in town, you'll need to come and check out the Art Museum of Durazno. The building itself is a beautiful, old, former dwelling of an Italian doctor, and is home to some of Durazno's biggest artistic treasures, including works by internationally acclaimed artist, Claudio Silva, and his "Farruco Virgin," and "The Pasture black boy." There are also rotating exhibits from other artists local to Durazno, so you can really get a feel for the local art scene. For a taste of local history, check out Independence square; this was home to a number of important moments in Uruguayan history. There's also a giant monument erected to remember Christopher Colombus, made in 1892 by town immigrants. It's one of the city's major landmarks and a must if you'd like to acquaint yourself with its local history. If you already know that Durazno is the place for you to come and visit, book your cheap tickets to Durazno and get planning. Another "must" is paying a visit to the Casa Museo de Rivera, and the former home of Uruguayan general, General Fructuoso Rivera and later became a museum in the 1990's. The museum is dedicated to General Rivera's life, as well as has a lot of important historical and political documents which shaped the nation, like old scrolls, newspapers. Come if you'd like to learn about General Rivera or Uruguayan political and national history.
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