A region in northern Uruguay, Rivera is home to rolling hills and a shopping district. Many Uruguayans take to the state’s namesake capital to stock up on cheap goods, and if you’re visiting from the way of Brazil, it’s a great pit stop before the larger city of Tacuarembo. There aren’t any nature reserves near the city, and most of the attractions you can find are based inside Rivera. That includes Plaza Internacional, home to a number of mom-and-pop shops, and Plaza Artigas, the city’s main court. To get a nice view of Rivera, take a hike up Cerro Marconi. Essentially a hill with a staircase, a climb up will take you to a stunning viewpoint. A humble city indeed, those visiting Rivera will enjoy relaxed days.


There are no more accommodations that exactly fit your criteria. You can try broadening your search by changing some of the filters or move and zoom-out into the map to show more results.

Accommodations without filters:

Oops! There are no results for your search.

Please try again with another location or different dates.