Posts Tagged ‘activities with La Herradura Spanish school in Montevideo’

Este dos de febrero al igual que todos los años se celebra el Iemanjá en las playas de Montevideo y del re
sto del Uruguay para leer el articulo completo haz click aquí.


Today, February 2nd, like every year is the Iemanjá celebration on the beach of Montevideo and the rest of the country. To read the full article click here.


En el siguiente artículo publicamos los cinco mejores restaurantes de Punta del Este, para que puedas ir a visitarlos y comer algo diferente a la comida típica uruguaya. Para leer el artículo completo haz click aquí. Les dejamos una página de todos los restaurantes que hay en Punta del Este 


In the following article you will find the top five restaurants in Punta del Este, to get to know places to have a different mail, as most of the local restaurants offer the typical Uruguayan food. To read the full article click aquí . We leave you the link of all the restaurants of Punta del Este



Last week several students enjoyed the horse riding excursion with our gaucho Ricardo / la semana pasada varios estudiantes disfrutaron de una cabalgata con nuestro gaucho Ricardo.

horseriding 03.12.2015

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Being able to understand the teachers in the class room is one thing…. Poder entender los profesores en el aula es una cosa….

Te be able to understand the Uruguayans, our teachers use video´s or songs to practise……Para poder entender a los uruguayos nuestros profesores usan videos o canciones para practicar.

Vamos a escuchar / practicar:



The agricultural exposition in the Prado in Montevideo is finishing this week end. The Expo Prado is an annual event which demonstrates the dynamics of agrobusiness in Uruguay.

During this event different races of livestock are shown to the general public and awarded. Besides that there is the opportunity to visit demonstrations of innovative machinery and receive introductions from agro service companies you can enjoy the excellent meat and other delicious plates of Uruguay.

After 8pm there are live concerts of well known local bands.

Worth a visit.

Read more about the history of this even in Spanish


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