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Puerto Varas and Frutillar are in fact located at the feet of two of the most active volcanos in South America. The last eruption in the area happened in April 2015 when Calbuco sent a huge column of ashes in the atmosphere without much warning.
Located between the north bank of the Mapocho River and the San Cristóbal Hill, the Bellavista neighborhood is known as one of the most important meeting points of the Santiago bohemian.
During the years of the salt epic, living on Baquedano Street meant being part of the local aristocracy. Today, the street has been covered with cobblestones -just like in the days of yore- in order to slow down the rhythm of modern times and travel back in time.
Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!
Temuco is located 670 kilometers south of Santiago, the capital of Chile. It has about 300,000 inhabitants. Its name in Mapuche language (mapudungun) means "temu water". Temu is a medicinal plant used by the Mapuche natives for their diseases.
For cocktail-lovers, a pisco sour and a shot of nostalgia at Bar Cinzano are more than welcome. Dating back to 1896, the onetime haunt of sailors and singers is a popular venue for locals and increasingly a must-visit bar for visitors to the city, drawn in by the friendly ambience and demonstrations of tangos and the art of crooning from the regulars, as well as helpings of Chile's national drink served from behind the suitably well-worn bar.