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Montevideo Airport Guide to Carrasco General Cesáreo L. Berisso International Airport

Montevideo Airport (MVD)

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About the name: Montevideo Airport was named after Cesáreo L. Berisso, an Uruguayan aviation pioneer. The airport is also of military use as it hosts an air base of the Uruguayan Air Force. 

 

Montevideo International Airport (MVD) handled 2,074,668 passengers in 2018.

Terminal Information + info

Montevideo International Airport has a single large passenger Terminal with 8 boarding gates.

The terminal is able to host 4 million passengers a year. 

It consists of a couple of levels:

- Ground level: Arrivals
- First level: Departures

Facilities and Services + info

Montevideo Airport (MVD) has a wide number of services and facilities at their passengers’ disposal:

- ATMs
- Currency exchange
- WiFi access
- Restaurants and cafés
- Car rental offices
- Lounges 
- Showers
- Baby care facilities
- Baggage carts
- Duty free stores
- Information desk
- Luggage storage
- Luggage wrapping
- Spa
- Travel agencies
- Terrace

 

Contact Information

Address:
Ruta 101 km 19,950,
14,000 Ciudad de la Costa, Departamento de Canelones, URUGUAY

Phone:
+598 2604 0329

Transportation + info

Montevideo Airport counts with the following means of transportation to reach downtown:

- Bus: Several public buses serve Montevideo Airport. 

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- Taxi: Get within 25 minutes to downtown Montevideo by taxi. 

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- Car rental: To rent a car in Montevideo Airport turns to be a great choice.

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About Montevideo

The beautiful coastal city of Montevideo is the national capital of Uruguay.

Within the city it is worth walking along the Rambla, which separates the city from the sea, visiting Teatro Solís, el Mercado del Puerto and all Montevideo beaches. The heart of the city is Plaza Independencia, near Palacio Salvo and Museum of Fine Arts (Juan Manuel Blanes) with its Japanese garden.

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