Formerly an under-the-radar city, Artigas’ tourism is starting to gain momentum. The city offers quaint cultural locations, giving visitors history lessons of the city. First off, the city was named after General Jose Gervasio Artigas, a soldier and one of the first individuals in the country to demand freedom from its colonial ruler. Based in the northernmost edge of Uruguay, Artigas is the only metropolis in the region, and you’ll find a number of towns that surround it, including Las Piedras, Bella Union, Pintadito, and Tomas Gomensoro. You’ll have easy access to these towns thanks to Artigas’ location, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in Uruguay’s culture through city and village experiences. If you’re visiting the province of Artigas, be sure to visit its namesake capital.
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