Trying Out Uruguay: Short-term Apartment Rental Available in Montevideo

As you know, Mark and I strongly advocate “auditioning” Uruguay before you make the commitment to move here. It’s also best to choose a time when the weather is not at its best, because we’re talking about a long-term relationship, not a summer beach fling. I just found out that my friend Verónica Pamoukaghlian is renting her two-bedroom Montevideo apartment  from  August 13 till October 23. This time frame covers the late winter and early spring.

A Montevideo apartment for rent
Veronica’s Montevideo Apartment Rental

The apartment, located one block from the Rambla comes furnished, with a fully-equipped kitchen. Rent is $850 a month.

Montevideo rental apartment interior
Kitchen in Montevideo Apartment

Filmmaker and freelance writer Verónica Pamoukaghlian is one of the many expats global wanderers and creatives, who have managed to “do it their way” and carve out a creative niche in Uruguay. If you’re interested, let us know, and we will put you in touch with her.

(Edit: She’s really not an Expat in Uruguay, she’s a real Uruguayan. Except she’s often out of the country so much, as a filmmaker, poet, travel writer, and global digital nomad, that sometime’s it’s hard to remember she’s really from here!  LOL)

 

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One thought on “Trying Out Uruguay: Short-term Apartment Rental Available in Montevideo”

  1. Hello, I have some questions. I am currently looking at the possibility of moving down there with my family due to work. I am curious as to how much money you would need in order to live down in Uruguay for a family of three. My daughter knows both English and Spanish, but handles English much more… so I would like to know which schools would be good without having to pay for near-college tuition prices for private schools just because they are “American” or “British”. How easy is it to get a work permit. My job is not going to help, although they would give me a letter stating that I have been hired.

    Any help would be great.

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