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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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  • Beach Beach
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  • Green space Green space
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Points of Interest in Temuco

  • Pablo Neruda National Railway Museum.

Temuco Cathedral

Anibal Pinto Square

Teodoro Schmidt Square

Temuco Municipal Market

Regional Museum of Araucania

German Becker Municipal Stadium

Feria Pinto Market

Pablo Neruda National Railway Museum

Lake Budi

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About Temuco


  • Visit Ñielol hill.
  • Visit the Mercado Municipal de Temuco.
  • Visit the Plaza de Armas de Temuco and the Plaza Teodoro Schmit.
  • Visit the Germán Becker stadium.


  • Restaurante Rapa Nui, (on Aldunate near the central market). This local favorite has the best Churrascos and Completos and Chilean "family food" in town. It is always very clean, and service is promt, and the prices always reasonable. Ask any local in Temuco for "Rapa Nui" and they'll get you there.
  • Restaurante Las Tranqueras, (in front of the Hotel Dreams). It's expensive but has good food.


The town square is nice and the market is good for wooden handicrafts and wool shawls.

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