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Mapocho Station

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Originally constructed between 1905 and 1912, the Mapocho Station was once the heart of Chile's massive, efficient railway system. The beautiful building was ...  Read more

Cousino Palace

The Chilean building boom of the late 1800s, spurred by rising silver, copper, and nitrite prices worldwide, inspired some of the city's most marvelous ...  Read more

Farellones and El Colorado

These two connected villages, only an hour away from Santiago, comprise one of the most popular ski centers in the country, both because of their proximity to ...  Read more

La Campana

Home to some of the last remaining forests of the endangered Chilean Wine Palm, La Campana became a national park in 1967 and contains over 17,000 acres of ...  Read more

La Chascona

Beloved Chilean poet and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto – otherwise known as Pablo Neruda (1904–1973) – helped design this quirky, ...  Read more

La Serena

The romantic, seaside city of La Serena, wrapped around some of the most beautiful beaches in northern Chile, is more than just a fine spot to relax with a ...  Read more

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Constructed in 1910, at the height of Latin America's frilly neoclassical-meets-art nouveau architectural wave, the graceful Palacio de Bellas Artes still ...  Read more

Parque Nacional Lauca

While the dramatic beauty of Atacama's dry Andean highlands is known throughout the world, the vast majority of visitors to the Chilean altiplano head ...  Read more

Parque Nacional Nevado Tres Cruces

Windswept high deserts painted in bright mineral rainbows - magenta, orange, blinding white - flow across the volcanic altitudes of Parque Nacional ...  Read more

Puerto Montt Cruise Port

Puerto Montt is located at the southern end of Chile’s Lake District, but you might feel like you have been transported across the ocean to Germany when you ...  Read more

Punta Arenas

The southernmost urban hub in the Americas, Punta Arenas has long been the gateway to Antarctica, though some traffic has shifted to smaller, more southerly ...  Read more

Punta Arenas Cruise Port

Punta Arenas is the largest and most commercially important city in Patagonian Chile. Located on the Strait of Magellan, it has long been a stop for European ...  Read more

Puritama Hot Springs

The high Andean starry nights, combined with the cold Atacama winds, can chill the unprepared tourist to the bone. Happily, however, these mountains are ...  Read more

Quitor

The Pukara de Quitor National Monument overlooks the fertile Río San Pedro valley from atop a strategic bluff. Its serpentine rows of thick, stone walls ...  Read more

Santiago General Cemetery

Established in 1820 and housing nearly two million underground residents, the General Cemetery (or Cementerio General de Santiago) is both the largest and ...  Read more

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