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Temuco is a model city in Southern Chile and the antechamber to the Lake District. This is an invitation to see its booming and modern urban center.
The district of Nueva Imperial, lying 35 kilometers from Temuco, lets visitors come close to the Mapuche culture and the natural attractions of the area.
The new Pablo Neruda National Railway Museum rescues an ancient train station and a steam locomotive yard in order to turn them into a significant art and culture space.
Conguillio National Park boasts a harmonious combination of ecological tourism and a strong spirit for the preservation of nature.
We reached Puerto Saavedra and Lake Budi, windows of the Araucanía onto the Pacific which have displayed the ethnic value of the region.
Mount Ñielol is a real shelter lying very close to the urban center. An emblematic historical place, it invites visitors to contemplate the city from its vantage points and to breathe fresh air.
With a huge number of racing enthusiasts, motorsports displays its racing teams through various circuits in Chile. Interlomas Motor Racing Circuit is one of the best-known motorsport venues for its layout...
Leaving from Panamericana to the north until Cajón, 9 km. from the city, you take a paved road to the volcano through a prairie until Vilcún...
The Argentinian-Chilean native communities have an ancient tradition: they celebrate the beginning of the new year on June 24.
The Araucanía Regional Museum displays a neat collection of the Mapuche legacy and the colonists’ heritage.
The Municipal Market is one of the traditional spots that visitors should not miss if they really wish to see all aspects of Temuco.