Uruguay

South America / Uruguay

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Uruguay [1] is a country in South America. It has a South Atlantic Ocean coastline and lies between Argentina to the west and Brazil to the north. It is the second-smallest country in South America (after Suriname).

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Prostitution in Uruguay is legal for persons over the age of 18. Prostitution is common and it is practiced openly in major cities and tourist resorts.

Regions

Map of Uruguay with regions colour-coded
Atlantic Coast (Cabo Polonio, Chuy, La Paloma, Punta del Diablo, Piriapolis, Punta del Este)
great beach resorts fronting the Atlantic and a land crossing to Brazil.
Rio de la Plata (Montevideo, Colonia)
the capital city, old colonial magnificence and a ferry crossing to Argentina
Northern Interior (Paysandu, Salto, Tacuarembo)
Land crossings to Argentina.
Central Interior] (Durazno)
Huge dams on the Rio Negro and land crossings to Brazil

Cities

About half of the country's population is crammed into the Montevideo metro area and a strip of sprawl reaching east to Punta del Este. The rest are distributed among the small towns, farms, and ranches in the interior.

Live Sex Cams

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Dating

Dating in Uruguay can be a bit tricky due to cultural differences, so your best bet is to sign up for a dating site before your trip so you can meet a few locals ahead of time. AdultFriendFinder.com lets you meet local members in Uruguay and get to know them on a personal basis before you arrive. Take advantage of site features like live chat and member to member webcams so you can begin flirting before arranging a face-to-face meeting. Since your time in Uruguay may be limited, get to know each other’s desires beforehand, so that when you meet you can start having some real fun.

Gay & Lesbian

LGBT rights in Uruguay are among the most liberal in South America. Same-sex sexual activity is legal with an equal age of consent law since 1934, anti-discrimination laws are in place since 2003, gays and lesbians are allowed to serve openly in the military since 2009, same-sex couples have entered into civil unions since 2008 and since 2013, same-sex couples have entered into civil marriages in accordance with the nation's same-sex marriage law passed in early-2013.

Escort services

Escorts services are becoming very popular in Uruguay as most girls don´t like to work on the streets or independently.

Stay safe

Historically, Uruguay has enjoyed a very low rate of violent crime compared to its neighbors, with the stress on the word violent. Thus, Argentines and Brazilians traditionally go on vacation in Uruguay (even though Rio de Janeiro has far more beautiful natural scenery) because they love not having to worry about being carjacked, kidnapped, or murdered while on vacation. Even today, Uruguay is still relatively free of those types of crimes.

However, this does not mean that Uruguay is crime free. The major differences are that most Uruguayan crimes are either nonconfrontational or do not involve the gratuitous use of firearms. Montevideo in particular has seen its crime rate gradually rise since the severe 2001-2002 financial crisis, and now has moderately high levels of theft, burglary, and robbery similar to those found in major U.S. cities. Fortunately, Punta del Este and most rural areas continue to enjoy relatively low crime levels. As long as you take basic precautions in Montevideo (i.e., use a money belt and/or hotel safe for valuables, look alert, and keep out of obvious slums), you will have a very safe trip.

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