Uruguay Postal Code



Uruguay Postal Code / Uruguay  Zip Code 


Uruguay postal codes are numeric numbers of five digits. In Uruguay, the first two digits of each code are assigned to a department (which is equivalent to the country's internal administrative divisions), unless the first number is 1, in which case it is assigned to the country's capital, Montevideo. The postal zones that have been established are referred to as Zonas Postales.


About Correo Uruguayo



Uruguay's public mail service is known as Correo Uruguayo. Its goal is to make universal access a reality for all of Uruguay's citizens, easing the fulfilment of their communication, logistical, and financial needs.
It covers 19 departments and 90 percent of all urban areas with more than 500 people through the National Postal Network (RNP), the country's largest physical network.
It ensures the provision of the Universal Postal Service (SPU), which entails the continuous supply of high-quality basic postal services at reasonable costs in all parts of the country.
Correo Uruguayo promotes social inclusion by shortening distances, bringing individuals and organisations closer together, and acting as a bridge between peoples and nations.



About Uruguay


Uruguay is a small country in South America. It is bordered by Argentina, Brazil and the South Atlantic Ocean. Uruguay is a bilingual country where the official languages are Spanish and Portuguese.


Uruguay has a population of 3 million people. The capital city of Uruguay, Montevideo, has about 1 million people living in it. The population density of Uruguay is about 25 people per square kilometer which makes it one of the least densely populated countries in the world.

What is Uruguay address format?

JUAN CARLOS GONZALEZ
WILSON FERREIRA ALDUNATE 918
15600 – PANDO, CANELONES
URUGUAY

What is Uruguay Zipcode Format?
Postal Codes formatting