The Churches of Chiloé represent a unique example in Latin America of an outstanding form of ecclesiastical wooden architecture.
Streets full of history, government buildings, museums, and so much more await you in downtown Santiago. The best way to get there is to take the metro to the Plaza de Armas, Bellas Artes, Universidad de Chile, Moneda, or Santa Lucía stations.
The following article shares some ideas and destinations for your next trip to Arica & Parinacota.
Mapuche tourism hopes to connect visitors with the most important aspects of its country: its people and its roots. These experiences with the Mapuche people are like traveling to the heart of Chilean history.
Between volcanoes and lake history is written.
When one realizes the beauty of this city, its exceptional location, its history, and the variety of attractions still hidden, it is not difficult to imagine that in some years Putre, with its great tourist potential, could be the next San Pedro de Atacama
The Valparaiso World Heritage Port Neighborhood is wedged between Plaza Sotomayor and Plaza Wheelright and is one of the oldest parts of the city, which was once the epicenter for the port’s economic and political activity during the 19th century.
Scale the hills and wander the waterfront of Valparaíso, Chile’s poetically disheveled port town.
Historical monuments that take us back to another period in time, but that nowadays are considered an icon of Valparaíso and part of what makes it so unique.
From the 21st to the 24th of June several indigenous communities hold their festivities to receive a new year and celebrate the return of the sun.
If the theory is proven right, this discovery would shake the world of archaeology and the history in terms of the settlement of America.
The Chinchorro Mummies, due to their antiquity and technique, are considered an archaeological and historical heritage of international relevance.
A unique piece of land that is also an invitation to explore its beautiful landscapes, its native fauna and all its mysteries. Chiloé offers a variety of activities that must […]
Tourism in Chile comes hand in hand with a new trend: a more green and sustainable way of exploring, protecting the natural resources and the indigenous cultures.
Prior to visiting this land it is a must to become familiar with the stories that surround its inhabitants with magic.
Its history, architecture and urban development are some of the reasons that became relevant at the moment of declaring Valparaiso a World Heritage Site of UNESCO.
Along with being an area of preservation, reproduction, feeding and rest for migratory birds, Chiloe’s eastern wetlands also have a tourist route that is worth your time.
Chile can already lay claim to six officially-declared Cultural World Heritage sites. The Arica and Parinacota Region hopes to celebrate the naming of the seventh site from the success of […]