The New York Times, US newspaper, made a list of 52 places to visit this year, and among them is Garzón, the town located in Maldonado near the lake that bears its name and close to the department of Rocha.
According to this renowned newspaper, Garzón is the new wine region that blooms near splendid beaches. The story tells about the founding of this beautiful region, when Alejandro Bulgheroni began planting grapes, thus creating an interesting winery “Bodega Garzón”.
The main photo on the website shows olive and almond orchards, which together form a splendid landscape, reminiscent of olive fields in Sicily.
It also mentions the new ring-shaped bridge, built by architect Rafael Viñoly, commenting that it is both an architectural attraction and a gateway to the rustic countryside.
The city of Mexico leads the list of 52 places to visit and Beaufort, a city in southern California, closes it.
Source: El País