Candombe is a musical genre that has its roots in the African Bantu, and that comes from the fusion of rhythms that printed black Africans who arrived as slaves to the coast of Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil.
In Uruguay the genre became a trait of identity on the culture of the country, the most practiced and spread internationally, and has been recognized by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
What is repeated every year at the beginning of February since 1956, is a tribute to the Sur and Palermo, which consists of two days festival full of color and music, becoming the greatest feast of the Uruguay. Convenes men, women and children of all ages, and the rhythm of the conga drums, travel thousands of meters accompanied by a public that moves to the beat of the protagonists.
We invite you to enjoy in a comfortable terrace located in the heart of the parade, with a privileged view, catering and private bathrooms.
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Accommodation: Room in a 4* hotel in Montevideo (near the Carnival)
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