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This tour has become a traditional attraction in recent years. Visiting the tax-free area and being delighted by duty free opportunities is ideal for those who happen to be in the city.
The Naval and Maritime Museum displays a plentiful collection of objects from the ships that reached these confines.
Eastern, European and regional, recipes multiply the alternatives when it comes to eating out in Punta Arenas.
We went around the main sights in town in order to learn about its past and its present.
One of the most sumptuous residencies owned by the pioneer Braun Menéndez family today houses the Magallanes Regional Museum.
An exact replica of the Nao Victoria recreates the moment in which Magellan set out to conquer the world and found the union of the two seas. A museum commemorates and invites visitors to experience this singular ordeal.
The cemetery of Punta Arenas tells the story of the city in silence. Its mausolea and the quiet park give shape to one of the most visited spots in the urban tour.
The Maggiorino Borgatello Museum displays a complete ethnological, historical and biological collection about the strait. A proud sample of the Catholic religious order.
Navigating to the Magdalena and Santa Marta Islands show visitors important colonies of penguins and sea lions.
A voyage across the southern seas on board a pleasure cruise that leads to the mythical Cape Horn unveils an incredible scene all around.
They were the protagonists of the history of the pioneers. Today, their palaces are two of the most representative places as regards the architecture and the past of the city.
Alberto De Agostini National Park shelters part of the natural environment in the Magallanes region that was accurately studied by this Salesian priest.
A tour for the entire family. Close to Punta Arenas, visit Parque Ñandú and hear the story of Jorge and Estrella, who have devoted themselves to raising these birds in their natural habitat.
We traveled along the Panamerican Road bordering the Strait of Magellan up to Fort Bulnes. A road that took us around various testimonies of the first Patagonian settlements.
With the purpose of keeping its history alive, the Museum of Memory displays objects from the days of the pioneers.
A memorable excursion leads travelers to a section of the Region of Magellan, a natural environment for large-sized absolutely harmless cetaceans.