The luxurious residence previously owned by the pioneer family Braun Menéndez today houses the Magallanes Regional Museum.
The Maggiorino Borgatello Salesian Museum preserves an invaluable heritage of the origins and the development of the Magellanic region.
In the Region of Magellan, a sea tour takes travelers down to a natural retreat where the humpback whales spend one season.
It has become one of the most traditional tours. The Punta Arenas tax-free zone is ideal to shop for bargains and tax exemptions. Visitors just need to let themselves be carried away by the typical special offers.
With its mausoleums and its lawn, the Punta Arenas cemetery is one of the most visited places by those who wish to learn about the history of the city.
Sara Braun Palace and José Menéndez Residence are two of the most representative sites of the history and architecture of the city.
An exact replica of Magellan's expedition ship perfectly recreates the time in which Nao Victoria set sail to conquer the world and found the union of the two oceans. Today, a museum commemorates that ordeal.
The view from the top has a different perspective. A tame horse, deft at handling rough terrain will get us there.
We present the main places you must visit to get to know this city.A tour around the sites that reflect the past and the present of this southern city.
These are three of the most renowned options among the good gastronomic offer in the city. Having our own experience and sharing it is totally worthwhile.
Among other relics which can be visited, Fort Bulnes is an example of the first southern settlements when the Chilean authorities were fighting invaders.
An adventure that joins the continent and the islands where large sea species dwell at different seasons.
Learn about the life of several native Patagonian animals and in particular of the ñandú in their natural habitat.