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Mappa El Diablo Tranquilo Ostello

Avenida Central S/N, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay

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Atmosfera 94%

Pulizia 83%

Servizi 86%

Posizione 95%

Sicurezza 88%

Staff 89%

Convenienza 81%

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Servizi

  • Armadietti a chiave
  • Colazione
  • Cucina
  • Wi-Fi gratuito
  • Accesso a Internet gratuito
  • Adattatori
  • Asciugamani inclusi
  • BBQ
  • Bagno turco
  • Bar
  • Caffè
  • Cambio di moneta
  • Cassetta di sicurezza
  • Deposito bagagli
  • Doccie calde
  • Foosball
  • Giochi da tavolo
  • Internet
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lenzuola incluse
  • Mappe di citta'gratuite
  • Noleggio Biciclette
  • Parcheggio biciclette
  • Parcheggio gratuito
  • Pasti disponibili
  • Reception 24 ore su 24
  • Ristorante
  • Scambio di libri
  • Servizio Postale
  • Servizio di pulizia
  • Sicurezza 24 ore su 24
  • TV via cavo
  • Tabellone offerte di lavoro
  • Terrazza fuori
  • Tours/Travel desk
  • spazi comuni a disposizione

Arrivo / Partenza

Check-in non prima delle: 14:00

Regole Generali

  • Carte di credito accettate
  • Nessun orario ingresso-uscita
  • IVA inclusa

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The Uruguayan carrier has connecting flights from São Paulo and Madrid. There are other companies that also have flights to Montevideo. In 2004, some companies launched a non-stop flight from Miami to Montevideo. The flight is not daily and only operates during the North American winter season. Most long haul flights from Montevideo stop in Buenos Aires, Santiago, or Sao Paulo before going on out of South America. You can see a list of airlines at the international airports.From Montevideo:Take Route Interbalnearia (Ruta IB) east until you see the fork with Route 9. Then take this route to Chuy (Brazil) and drive for about 2 hours. You will see Punta del Diablo's entrance at km 298 of this route. Turn right and drive for about 5 km until you reach the coast.From TERMINAL TRES CRUCES consult the schedules and frequencies to Punta del Diablo. It takes approximately 3 and half hours to get there, depending on whether the bus is direct or not.From Argentina, Buenos Aires:Direct: Take Route 9 to Rosario, then Route 14 to Gualeguaychú and cross the Puerto Unzué (Argentina) - Fray Bentos (Uruguay) Border Bridge. Take Ruta 2 until Florencio Sánchez, and then take Ruta 11 until Ruta 9, carry on and you will see Punta del Diablo.Through Montevideo: Take Route 9 to Rosario, then Route 14 to Gualeguaychú and cross the border bridge Puerto Unzué (Argentina) - Fray Bentos (Uruguay). Take Route 2 until it ends at Route 1 that goes to Montevideo. See From Montevideo.From Concordia: Direct: Cross the Concordia (Argentina) - Salto (Uruguay) Border Bridge. Then take Route 3 South and drive until you reach its crossing with Route 11. Follow this route East up to Route 9 that will finally take you to Punta del Diablo. Through Montevideo: Cross the Concordia (Argentina) - Salto (Uruguay) Border Bridge. Then take Route 3 South and drive until you reach its crossing with Route 1 that leads you to Montevideo. See From Montevideo.From TERMINAL TRES CRUCES consult the schedules and frequencies from Buenos Aires to Montevideo and from Montevideo to Punta del Diablo.Crossing the Rio de la Plata from Buenos Aires to Montevideo or to Piriápolis and then going by car or by bus to Punta del Diablo. See schedule and frequencies to Montevideo or Piriapolis.Consult flights to Montevideo, Carrasco International Airport.

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