Chile

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Chile narrowly stretches along the southern half of the west coast of South America, between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean. The bordering countries are Peru in the north and Argentina and Bolivia to the east. Chile has over 5,000 km (3,100 miles) of coast on the South Pacific Ocean. It is an amazing country, from the dry Atacama Desert to the cold of Chilean Patagonia.

Population: 17,216,945 people
Area: 756,102 km2
Highest point: 6,880 m
Coastline: 6,435 km
Life expectancy: 78.27 years
GDP per capita: $18,700
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About Chile

History

Prior to arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century, northern Chile was under Inca rule while the indigenous Araucanians inhabited central and southern Chile. Although Chile declared independence in 1810, decisive victory over the Spanish was not achieved until 1818. In the War of the Pacific (1879–83), Chile invaded parts of Peru and Bolivia and kept its present northern regions. It was not until the 1880s that the Araucanians were completely subjugated. Although relatively free of the coups and arbitrary governments that blighted South America, Chile endured the 17-year military dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973–1990) that left around 3,000 people, mostly leftists and socialist sympathizers, dead or disappeared.

Pinochet was widely reviled worldwide for his methods, however, a Center-Left Chilean administration came into power after he stepped down when he lost a national referendum. The new government of Patricio Aylwin thought it sensible to maintain free market policies that present-day Chile still harbors. Despite enjoying a comparatively higher GDP and more robust economy compared to most other countries of Latin America, Chile currently has one of the most uneven distributions of wealth in the world, ahead only of Brazil in the Latin American region and even lagging behind most developing sub-Saharan African nations. Chile's top 10 richest percentile possesses almost 42 percent of the country's total wealth. In relation to income distribution, some 6.2% of the country populates the upper economic income bracket, 19% the middle bracket, 24% the lower middle, 38% the lower bracket, and 13% the extreme poor.

Chile is a founding member of both United Nations and the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) and is also now in the OECD, the group of the "most developed" countries by current international standards, becoming the first country in South America with that honor.

Argentina's and Chile's claims to Antarctica overlap. Chile also voices a claim to a 1.25 million square kilometre portion of Antarctica, but given the terms of the Antarctic Treaty, no country's territorial claims to Antarctica are ever recognised or permitted to be exercised at any time.

Climate

Chile's unusual, ribbon-like shape — 4,300 kilometres long and on average 175 kilometres wide — has given it a varied climate, ranging from the world's driest desert—the Atacama—in the north, through a Mediterranean climate in the centre, to a rainy temperate climate in the south. The northern desert contains great mineral wealth, principally copper.

Activities

Chile is home to the largest recreational pool in the world. Located at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Algarrobo, you will want a sailboat to complete its 2 km length.

Food

  • Pastel de choclo: corn casserole filled with ground beef, onions, chicken, raisins, hardboiled egg, olives, and topped with sugar and butter.
  • Empanada de pino: a baked pie filled with ground beef, onion, raisins, a piece of boiled egg and a black olive. Watch out for the pit!
  • Empanada de queso: a deep-fried pastry packet filled with cheese. Found everywhere, including McDonald's.
  • Cazuela de vacuno: beef soup with a potato, rice, a piece of corn and a piece of squash.
  • Cazuela de ave (or de pollo): same as above, but with a piece of chicken.
  • Cazuela de pavo: same as above, but with turkey.
  • Porotos granados: stew made with fresh beans, squash, corn, onion and basil.
    • con choclo: with grains of corn.
    • con pilco or pirco: with corn thinly chopped.
    • con mazamorra: with ground corn.
    • con riendas: with thin sliced noodles.
  • Curanto: lots of seafood, beef, chicken and pork, potatoes, cheese, and potato "burguers," prepared in a hole in the ground ("en hoyo") or in a pot ("en olla"); a dish from Chiloé.
  • Southern sopaipillas: a fried pastry cut as 10-cm (4-in) circles, with no pumpkin in its dough (see Northern sopaipillas in the desserts section). They replace bread. They are known South of Linares.
  • Lomo a lo pobre: a beefsteak, fried potatoes, a fried egg (expect two in restaurants) and fried onions.

Besides typical foods, you should expect food normally found in any Western country. The normal diet includes rice, potatoes, meat and bread. Vegetables are abundant in central Chile. If you are concerned about the portions, consider that the size of the dish increases the farther south you travel.

With such an enormous coastline, you can expect fish and seafood almost everywhere. Locals used to eat bundles of raw shellfish, but visitors should be cautious of raw shellfish because of frequent outbreaks of red tides. Chile is the world's second largest producer of salmon, as well as a number of other farmed sea products, which include oysters, scallops, mussels, trout and turbot. Local fish include corvina (sea bass), congrio(conger eel), lenguado (flounder), albacora (swordfish), and yellow fin tuna.

Sandwiches

  • Hotdog or Completo. Not similar to the US version. This one includes mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, tomato, mashed avocado (palta), sauerkraut (chucrut) and chili (ají). These ingredients make a full sandwich, called un completo. With mayonnaise, tomato and avocado it's un italiano with the colors of the Italian flag.
  • Lomito. Cooked pork steaks served with anything that can go in a hotdog. Italiano is the preferred form but German purists prefer it with sauerkraut (chucrut).
  • Chacarero: a thin beefsteak (churrasco) with tomato, green beans, mayonnaise and green chili (ají verde).
  • Barros Luco: Named after President Ramón Barros Luco. Thinly-sliced beefsteak with cheese.
  • Choripán: Bread with "chorizo", a highly-seasoned pork sausage. Named that way because the contraction of "Pan con Chorizo" or "Chorizo con Pan".

A common combination is meat with avocado and/or mayonnaise, e.g. Ave palta mayo (chicken with avocado and mayonnaise) or Churrasco palta (thinly-sliced beefsteak with avocado). The strong presence for avocado is a Chilean standard for sandwiches that influences the fast food franchises to include it in their menus.

Desserts

  • Northern sopaipillas: a fried pastry cut as 10-cm (4-in) circles, which includes pumpkin in its dough, and normally is eaten with chancaca, a black treacle or molasses. It's customary to make them when it rains and it's cold outside. Sopaipillas as a dessert are only known north of San Javier. From Linares to the South, they are not dessert and pumpkin is left out, so, when it rains, Chilean Southerners must cook picarones. In Santiago, Sopaipillas can be served covered with a sweet syrup as a dessert, or with spicy yellow mustard.
  • Kuchen (or cújen, pronounced KOO-hen) is German for pie. In the South ask for kuchen de quesillo, a kind of cheesecake.
  • Strudel (pronounced ess-TROO-dayl). A kind of apple pie.
  • Berlín. When they translate John Kennedy's famous quote (often mistakenly thought of as a gaffe) they say it's a “jelly doughnut”. The Chilean version is a ball of dough (no hole) filled with dulce de membrillo, crema pastelera or manjar. Powder sugar is added just in case you have a sweet tooth.
  • Cuchuflí. Barquillo (tube of something crunchy like a cookie) filled with manjar. The name originally comes from cuchufleta which means deceit or trickery, as they used to be filled only at the tips of the barquillos, leaving the middle part empty.

Fruit

Central Chile is a major tempered fruit producer, you can easily get fruit for dessert, including apples, oranges, peaches, grapes, watermelons, strawberries, raspberries, chirimoyas, and several other varieties.

Temperate fruit is of very high quality and prices are usually much lower than in most of the U.S. and Western Europe, while tropical fruit is rather rare and expensive, except for bananas.

Drinks

  • Wine: Chile produces some excellent wines, competing with France, California, Australia and New Zealand for world markets. Notable are the Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere in red, along with whites from the Casablanca valley.
  • Mote con Huesillo: A delicous summertime drink made of wheat seeds (mote) and dried peaches (huesillos) boiled, sweetened, and served cold. Typically sold on sidewalk or park stands.
  • Chilean Pisco: Brandy made from Muscat grapes. Popular brands are Capel, Alto del Carmen, Mistral and Campanario.**
  • Pisco Sour: One of Chile's most popular mixed drinks, this consists of Pisco mixed with lemon juice and sugar. It has a delicious tart sweetness.
  • Mango Sour: Pisco mixed with mango juice.
  • Piscola: Pisco mixed with Coke.
  • Borgoña: Red wine and strawberries.
  • Terremoto: ("Earthquake"): a typical Chilean drink that consists in a mix of pineapple ice cream with pipeño (like white wine).
  • Schop: Draught beer.
  • Fan-Schop: Beer mixed with orange Fanta or Orange Crush soft drink. A refreshing alternative on a hot summer day.
  • Beers: Cristal and Escudo are the most popular (light lagers). Royal Guard is a fair bit tastier, Kunstmann is on pair with European imported beer.
  • Jote*: wine and Coke.
    • There's a very known conflict between Chile and Peru about the origin of Pisco. Although Pisco was registered as a Chilean drink for some countries in the last century, it is historically Peruvian in origin for much longer. Further, Chilean and Peruvian drinks are not the same product, they have different manufacturing procedures, different varieties of grape and not the same taste.

Unlike other Latin-American countries, in Chile it's illegal to drink in unlicensed, public areas (streets, parks, etc.) The laws also restrict vendor hours depending on the weekday (in no case after 3 AM or before 9 AM).

Chileans drink a lot of alcohol. So don't be surprised to see one bottle per person.

Shopping

Chile's currency is the Chilean peso (CLP). Other currencies are not widely accepted, but most cities have exchange bureaux with reasonable rates for euros and US dollars. The rates should be published on widely visible boards.

Never exchange money on the streets, specially if a "helper" indicates you to follow them.

It's not advisable to exchange currency in the hotel or the airport as the rates are awful. Just be patient. Banco Santander has a monopoly on the ATMs of the airport and will add a surcharge of CLP2,500 for retrieving cash - it's still better than the exchange bureaus.

The automatic teller machine (ATM) network in Chile is respectable in coverage—they're all connected to the same service and enable standard transactions. Be aware that different banks will charge you different amounts of money for extracting cash - you will be advised on the screen of the surcharge. The normal fee is CLP2,500 . Banco Estado does not add a surcharge (verified for MasterCard, not verified for VISA - please check and edit).

When using ATMs in Chile, be very aware that criminals sometimes install hard-to-detect skimmers and micro-cameras in some less surveiled facilities. These devices are meant to read your card's information to produce a clone. Several international crime gangs have been arrested for this. Always check if the card slot looks suspicious or is easy to move or detach and always cover the keyboard with your hand while punching your PIN.

Credit and debit cards are widely accepted in most of the independent commerce of major cities and in all chain stores, no matter where they are. The PIN security system has been introduced for credit cards, so you will mostly only need your personal PIN (four digit code) as it exists in other parts of the world. For some cards you will not be asked for your PIN and they will use the four last numbers of the credit card entered manually and you will have to show a valid ID.

In mid July 2012, €1 ≡ CLP600, GBP1 ≡ CLP763, AUD1 = CLP501 and USD1 ≡ CLP490.

This article is based on Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike 3.0 Licensed text from the article Chile on Wikivoyage.

Cities in Chile

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There is more than one place called Santiago:

Interesting places:

  • Santa Lucia Hill
  • National History Museum
  • Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center
  • Metropolitan Cathedral
  • Palacio de la Moneda
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Valparaíso is a city of around 300,000 on the Pacific coast of Central Chile. Frequently referred to as simply Valpo, it is located approximately 120 km west of the capital, Santiago de Chile. The city is widely known for its bohemian culture, brightly colored houses, and beautiful seaside views.

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  • Casa Mirador de Lukas
  • El Peral Lift
  • Plaza Echaurren
  • Paseo 21 de Mayo
  • Paseo Gervasoni
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Puerto Varas is a city in Southern Chile, in the Los Lagos (Lakes) Region, Llanquihue Province.

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  • Puerto Varas Plaza de Armas
  • Church of the Sacred Heart
  • Osorno Volcano Peak
  • Calbuco Volcano
  • Lake Llanquihue
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Antofagasta is a city in Northern Chile. The Atacama desert rises in the east and the Pacfic Ocean provides a western limit. This is an industrial centre in the region and is perhaps the least pleasant city in the north. Current works (2008) to refurbish the seafront will probably render this city ... (read more)

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  • Aduana
  • Plaza Colon
  • Antofagasta Cathedral
  • Estadio Regional de Antofagasta
  • Ruinas de Huanchaca
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Viña del Mar is in Central Chile and is a beach resort town close to Santiago de Chile. It's the most important beach in country. It plays host to a famous music festival every year in mid-February.

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  • Vina del Mar Casino
  • Palacio Presidencial de Cerro Castillo
  • Acapulco Beach
  • El Sol Beach
  • Flower Clock
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Iquique is in the Northern Chile. City home to the duty free zone called "Zofri" and a growing number of high rise resort hotels along its beaches. Slightly more expensive and polluted than neighboring population centers, such as Arica, but a convenient place to stock up on duty free perfumes and laptop ... (read more)

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  • Cavancha Beach
  • Iquique Municipal Theater
  • Teatro Municipal
  • Plaza Prat
  • Iquique Naval Museum
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Puerto Montt is a fast growing city in the south of Chile, just north of Chiloé Island. It boasts great views of the ocean and towering peaks of the Andes, and is a centre for travelers heading further south along the carretera austral, or east to Argentina.

Interesting places:

  • Plaza de Armas
  • Puerto Montt Cathedral
  • Juan Pablo II Museum
  • Petrohue Falls
  • Regional Stadium of Chinquihue
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Easter Island is one of the most isolated islands on Earth. Early settlers called the island "Te Pito O Te Henua" (Navel of The World). Officially a territory of Chile, it lies far off in the Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway to Tahiti. Known as one of the world's sacred sites, it is most famous for its ... (read more)

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  • Rano Raraku
  • Anakena Beach
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Puerto Natales is a town in Chile, the gateway to trekking in Torres del Paine or Bernardo O'Higgins National Parks. It offers good infrastructure, especially a few trekking shops (although you'd do better to get your gear in Punta Arenas) and not-so-cheap supermarkets. Since 2009 the two larger supermarkets ... (read more)

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  • Plaza de Armas
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Concepción is the second largest city of Chile with a population of over 900,000 as of 2002. It is on the coast of the Biobío Region.

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  • University of Concepcion
  • Catedral de la Santisima Concepcion
  • Casa del Arte
  • Plaza de la Independencia
  • Estadio Municipal de Concepcion
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Punta Arenas is the regional capital of the Magallanes y Antártica Region located in Chilean Patagonia. Punta Arenas (formerly Punta Arenosa, "Sandy Point") is located on the Brunswick Peninsula and was founded in the 17th century by Englishman J. Byron who gave it the name of Sandy Point. With a population ... (read more)

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  • Palacio Sara Braun
  • Plaza Munoz Gamero
  • Museo Regional Magallanes
  • Museo Naval y Maritimo
  • Punta Arenas Cemetery
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Pucón is a small touristy town in the middle of the southern lake district in Chile. Extremely popular both with Chileans and foreigners for its nightlife and the beautiful views of volcan Villarrica. The city center is a backpacker's Disneyland, filled with travel agencies that will offer you any kind of day ... (read more)

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  • La Poza
  • Pucon Beach
  • Villarrica National Park
  • Lake Caburgua
  • Huerquehue National Park
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San Pedro de Atacama is a town in Northern Chile. It's a very popular destination among Chilean tourists and international visitors alike. Visitors come in large numbers, to use the town as a stepping stone to the amazing landscapes around it. Most attractions are part of the Los Flamencos National Reserve, ... (read more)

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  • San Pedro Church
  • Valle de la Luna
  • El Tatio Geyser Field
  • Plaza de San Pedro de Atacama
  • R.P. Gustavo Le Paige Archaeological Museum
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Temuco is a commercial center for Southern Chile and has little to offer the tourist. Nobel Poets Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda both lived in Temuco for some time.

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  • Temuco Cathedral
  • Anibal Pinto Square
  • Teodoro Schmidt Square
  • Temuco Municipal Market
  • Regional Museum of Araucania
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Calama is in the region of Antofagasta in northern Chile.

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  • Chiu Chui Church
  • Estadio Municipal de Calama
  • Pukara de Lasana
  • Chuquicamata
  • Chug Chug Geoglyphs
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  • Puerto Guadal Public Library
  • Chile Chico Plaza
  • Puerto Guadal Beacon
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Coyhaique is a city in Aysén. It is the main and largest city in the Northern Chilean Patagonia with a population of 55,000.

Interesting places:

  • Plaza de Armas
  • Museo Regional de la Patagonia
  • Monumento al Ovejero
  • Piedra del Indio
  • Reserva Nacional Cerro Castillo
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Copiapó is a town in Northern Chile. It's a pleasant stop if passing by bus, overlooked by beautiful hills and surrounded by vineyards. Although located in the southern end of the atacama desert, the area was once more lush oasis than now, reflected in the towns first name in 1744: San Francisco de la Selva, ... (read more)

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  • Plaza Prat
  • Caldera Beach
  • Museo Mineralogico
  • Museo Regional
  • Bahia Inglesa Beach
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  • Lake Maihue
  • Lake Panguipulli
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  • Lake Pellaifa
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Rancagua, about 85 km south of Santiago de Chile, is the capital of the VI Region of Chile.

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  • Sewell
  • Estadio El Teniente
  • Reserva Nacional Rio de los Cipreses
  • El Teniente
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La Serena is a town in Northern Chile. It is a perfectly charming Chilean town. There is a lot to see and do nearby.

Interesting places:

  • Plaza de Armas
  • La Serena Cathedral
  • San Francisco Church
  • Santo Domingo Church
  • Kokoro No Niwa Japanese Garden
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Villarrica is in Chile's Lakes District.

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  • Lake Calafquen
  • Lake Villarrica
  • Villarrica Historical Museum
  • Dos Rios Nature Park
  • Catedral de Villarrica
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  • Laja Falls
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Museo de la Alta Frontera
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  • Plaza de San Fernando
  • Iglesia de San Francisco
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  • Plaza de Armas
  • Bosque de Fray Jorge National Park
  • Valle del Encanto
  • Termas de Socos
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Valdivia is in Southern Chile.

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  • Pedro de Valdivia Bridge
  • Valdivia Cathedral
  • Valdivia Square
  • Casa Hoffmann
  • Niebla Fort
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  • Osorno Cathedral
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Church of San Francisco
  • Fort Reina Maria Luisa
  • Maicolpue Beach
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Interesting places:

  • Plaza de Armas
  • Church of Guayacan
  • Francisco Sanchez Rumoroso Municipal Stadium
  • Cruz del Tercer Milenio Monument
  • Totoralillo Beach
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  • Conguillo National Park
  • Corralco Ski Center
  • Malalcahuello Square
  • Curacautin Municipal Stadium
  • Malalcahuello National Reserve
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Castro is the capital of Chiloé Island. It is located on the island's eastern coast, halfway between Ancud in the north and Quellon in the south, and is a convenient base for exploring the island of Chiloe.

Interesting places:

  • Church of San Francisco
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Chiloe National Park
  • Museo de Arte Moderno Chiloe
  • Origenes
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Futaleufu is a small town in the Andes 10km from the Argentine border. Useful tourist information centre on main square. * Tourist Board.

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  • Lake Lonconao
  • Lake Espolon
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Ancud is the first town most people hit when visiting Chiloé Island from Puerto Montt. It's a relatively nice town with a port and the usual small town attractions.

Interesting places:

  • Ancud Regional Museum
  • Ancud Cathedral
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Fort San Antonio
  • Aucar Island
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Arica is a seaside resort town of 170,000 in Northern Chile. It's quiet, relaxed and safe, with several nice beaches and sun virtually every day of the year. This city of eternal spring is the northern gateway to Peru and Bolivia.

Interesting places:

  • El Morro
  • Plaza Colon
  • Aduana
  • Parque Baquedano
  • Iglesia de San Marcos
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  • Amarilla Beach
  • Cau-Cau Beach
  • Caleta Higuerilla
  • Negra Beach
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  • Plaza de Armas
  • Museo de Colchagua
  • Pichilemu Beach
  • Hacienda El Huique
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  • Laguna del Laja National Park
  • Nevados de Chillan
  • Termas de Chillan Ski Resort
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Talca is in Central Chile. It is the capital of both Talca Province and Maule Region.

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  • Plaza de Armas
  • Talca Cathedral
  • Museo O\'Higginiano
  • Plaza Victoria
  • University of Talca
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  • Puyehue National Park
  • Lake Rupanco
  • Lake Puyehue
  • Lake Ranco
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Robinson Crusoe Island is in Chile. The sailor Alexander Selkirk was marooned on this island in 1705 for four years and four months, eventually inspiring Daniel Defoe to write the novel Robinson Crusoe. The Chilean government renamed the island in 1966 to reflect this historical legacy.

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  • Alexander Selkirk Island
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Putre is a village in the Arica y Parinacota of Chile.

Interesting places:

  • Lauca National Park
  • Chungara Lake
  • Cotacotani Lake
  • Putre Plaza
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The Cochamó Valley is in the Lakes Region of Chile. The valley is known as the Yosemite of Chile, a term and comparison first coined by Seattle Times reporter Bill Dietrich, who wrote about his horseback trek and visit in 1997. See community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=19970223&slug=2525216

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  • Lago Tagua Tagua
  • Hornopiren Volcano National Park
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  • Isla Negra House
  • Pablo Neruda Museum
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Interesting places:

  • Vicente Perez Rosales National Park
  • Puntiago Volcano
  • Lake Todos los Santos
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Interesting places:

  • Church of Puerto Williams
  • Martin Gusinde Anthropological Museum
  • Puerto Williams Dock
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Pichilemu is a city in Central Chile south of Valparaíso. Pichilemu is a holiday town with beaches.

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Frutillar is a small town in the Los Lagos region of Chile on the shores of Lake Llanquihue.

Interesting places:

  • Frutillar Catholic Church
  • Museo Colonial Aleman
  • Teatro del Lago
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Interesting places:

  • Las Campanas Observatory
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Interesting places:

  • Salto Chico Falls
  • Serrano Glacier
  • Balmaceda Glacier
  • Torres del Paine National Park
  • Cerro Tenerife
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Algarrobo is a town and popular summer destination on the central coast of Chile. It's permanently home to no more than some 8600 people, but summer holidays draw in large crowds from nearby Santiago, the country capital.

Interesting places:

  • Pena Blanca
  • Canelo Beach
  • Algarrobo Municipal Stadium
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Points of Interest in Chile

Stretching from 17°S in the north to 55°S in the south, Chile is among the longest countries in the world with several climate zones and types of nature. High mountains are present everywhere in the country. On the Chilean mainland you can visit three UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Old Valparaíso, the Sewell mining town in Rancagua and the Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works outside Iquique. Just outside the coast there are the churches of Chiloé Island, and five and a half hour by plane across the Pacific Ocean will get you to maybe the most famous "Off the Beaten Path" destination in the world — the Easter Island.

Santa Lucia Hill - Santiago

Casa Mirador de Lukas - Valparaiso

Pedro de Valdivia Bridge - Valdivia

Vina del Mar Casino - Vina del Mar

Palacio Sara Braun - Punta Arenas

El Morro - Arica

Cavancha Beach - Iquique

Church of San Francisco - Castro

Rano Raraku - Hanga Roa

Plaza de Armas - Puerto Montt

Puerto Varas Plaza de Armas - Puerto Varas

University of Concepcion - Concepcion

Aduana - Antofagasta

Plaza de Armas - La Serena

San Pedro Church - San Pedro de Atacama

La Poza - Pucon

National History Museum - Santiago

El Peral Lift - Valparaiso

Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center - Santiago

Metropolitan Cathedral - Santiago

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