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Find the best tips to travel through Chile, you can explore Santiago, enjoy Viña del Mar, Valparaíso and Reñaca beach, walk around San Pedro de Atacama, or try a hike in Torres del Paine... it's all up to you!

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    Cochiguaz (Elqui Valley)

    Cochiguaz is a quiet settlement located within the Elqui Valley, one of the most wonderful places in Chile, where you can see various agricultural crops. The hills surrounding the valley, along with the Rio Cochiguaz, create a unique mystic atmosphere. Most of the backpackers stay in the Magic River Camp (Camping Río Mágico), where you […]

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    Puerto Natales

    Puerto Natales is a small Chilean town in the southern part of Chile, along with the Canal Señoret in the Region of Magallanes and Chilean Antarctica. It is located 247 kilometers north of Punta Arenas; 48 km away from the city of Rio Turbio Argentina and 256 km away from the capital of the province […]

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    Reñaca Beach

    Reñaca Beach is the most famous beach close to Viña del Mar, though bathing is only recommended to go in the summer months of December, January and February. Still in those months, water is extremely cold because of the water currents coming from the Antarctic. During the year it is a quiet place, ideal for a […]

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    Avenida Perú (Peru Avenue)

    Avenida Peru is a beautiful street that runs along the waterfront of Viña del Mar, and in general is a perfect place to watch the sunsets. It is possible to walk through the sidewalk parallel to the sea or you can sit on the rocks to relax, talk with a friend or read accompanied by […]

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    Calle Valparaíso (Valparaiso Street)

    Valparaiso Street is located in Viña del Mar downtown area, in this place its commerce is concentrated (important: this streets is in Viña del Mar, although it has the same name than its neighbor city). This is where it’s possible to see ambulant vendors selling all kind of small objects or “cachureos” in the sidewalk (some of these objects are alarm clocks, socks, illegally copied music cds, shirts, etc.)

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    Quinta Vergara (Park)

    Quinta Vergara is a huge park with beautiful gardens and where every summer Chile’s the most famous musical event is carried on, the Viña del Mar International Song Festival. All this extense area, along with its constructions belonged to the rich family Vergara, but in 1941 Viña del Mar municipality decided to buy this park, […]

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    La Chimba Hostel

    La Chimba, a colorful hostel in the heart of Bellavista neighbourhood.

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    The Museum of Memory and Human Rights (Santiago)

    If you really want to learn about Chilean society and understand the way it is, you have to visit the Museum of Memory and Human Rights, it tells the story of one of the darkest times of Chilean history under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet who ruled the country between 1973 and 1990. The entry […]

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    Santa Lucía Hill

    Santa Lucía Hill is a small hill located in the center of Santiago, Chile. It is situated between Alameda del Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins in the south, Santa Lucía Street in the west and Victoria Subercaseaux on the east. It was originally called Huelén by the pre-colonization inhabitants. However, the current name comes from the day in which Pedro de Valdivia conquered the hill, […]

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    Don Pepe Restaurant

    Don Pepe is located in the Portal Fernández Concha facing the Plaza de Armas, this soda fountain specializes in fast food like hot dogs and sandwiches.