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Save time on this guided tour of Punta Arenas that includes hotel or port pickup and drop-off, as well as visits to city sites. In a small group, visit Chile's first settlement, Fort Bulnes, then continue to Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, Magallanes Regional Museum, and the Nao Victoria Museum, where you can see the first ship to circumnavigate the world. Afterward, explore the city's attractions, including Cerro de la Cruz for skyline views.
Get a flavourful introduction to windswept Punta Arenas on an action-packed half-day tour. Discover the city’s highlights, channel Ernest Shackleton’s unbreakable spirit as you heroically climb a small hill (a stunning view across the city awaits) and taste the best Patagonian dishes in town. Go ahead and get acquainted with one of the world’s most southerly cities with a local by your side, because every great explorer needs a little help occasionally!
Enjoy the charms of this beautiful city of sophisticated European architecture, its pure air and its beautiful traditions. We will know its beautiful Plaza de Armas, full of traditions, where the figure of the Indian awaits you to kiss or touch his feet in symbolism that you will return one day to these lands. We will visit its particular cemetery, its viewpoints and most characteristic monuments. We embark on a journey back in time 500 years ago, living the experience aboard the Nao Victoria through environmental sounds, replicas of everyday objects, navigation instruments and artillery on this wonderful real-scale replica of the boat in which Hernando de Magallanes and his squad went around the world demonstrating that there was a step to the end of the world that linked two oceans.
Travelers with limited time in Punta Arenas can still enjoy the region’s highlights during this small-group walking tour. Thanks to your local guide, learn more about Punta Arenas’ history and culture than you could alone at some of the city’s most important attractions, like the Plaza Benjamin Muñoz Gamero and the Maggiorino Borgatello Museum. Then, enjoy a complimentary tea.
If you explore a new city on your own, chances are you’ll miss out on some important historical facts. This Punta Arenas private city tour is led by a guide who shows you the most popular city spots in the quickest amount of time. See Plaza de Armas, the Cemetery of Punta Arenas, Cerro de la Cruz, and Nao Victoria Museum all with your guide who gives your private group their full attention.
Enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of Punta Arenas. With transport from your port of call, spend two hours exploring local sights and attractions, including the Magallenes Regional Museum and the historic cemetery. Learn about Patagonia’s indigenous cultures at the Regional Salesian Museum, and climb Cerro Mirador for breathtaking views of the Strait of Magellan. This shore excursion comes with the Viator guarantee, assuring that you’ll be back at port on time.
Discover the main cultural attractions of Punta Arenas on a 3-hour city tour that includes admission to the Nao Victoria Museum. Marvel at panoramic views from Cerro Mirador, then head to the city center with an informative guide who points out monuments at Plaza Muñoz Gamero. Finish with a look at replicas of ships that once plied the Strait of Magellan. Here you’ll find weapons, navigation tools and copies of historical documents.
Discover the lively gateway to Patagonia on this 3-hour tour of Punta Arenas. Learn all about the city’s colonial heritage and 19th-century gold rush as you follow your guide around the Salesiano Maggiorino Borgatello Museum, then enjoy panoramic views over the Strait of Magellan. Ideal for first-time visitors to get their bearings, this small-group tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off.
Get a comprehensive overview of Punta Arenas on a 2.5-hour classic tour of the city’s main attractions. A knowledgeable guide takes you sightseeing in the city center and introduces you to monuments at Plaza Muñoz Gamero. Enjoy sweeping views of the Strait of Magellan from Cerro Mirador and visit the Maggiorino Borgatello Salesian Museum, home to exhibits on the region’s ethnology, archaeology and wildlife.
Operation and Minimum: September 2018 to April 2019: Scheduled departures to consult or with a minimum of 2 passengers (check departures out of season or if it does not meet the minimum required) Requirement: Easy Departures: 08:30, 10:30, 14:00 hrs from passenger hotels Duration: 3.5 to 4 hours in total (2 hours of walking approx) Includes: Shared transportation, entrance, Spanish-English guide in the Park