Mount Ñielol is a leafy nook very close to the city. In addition to protecting a biological diversity, this area has been protagonist of one of the most representative historical events in the region.
We toured around the urban area in one of the most booming cities in Southern Chile, entrance gate to the Lake District.
An old railway station and locomotive yard has been refurbished to become a space where memory and culture are housed.
The Mapuche New Year tradition differs from the principles considered by white men. The native Chilean-Argentinian communities celebrate it on June 24.
Traditional commercial center, the Municipal Market is one of the unavoidable urban attractions in Temuco.
The Araucanía Regional Museum presents a complete collection on the past of the region, where the Mapuche and the colonists' legacy has written part of its history.
A circuit around most of the attractions in the Araucanía Region which both starts and ends at the City of Temuco.
Situated 35 kilometers away from the City of Temuco, we went around the District of Nueva Imperial, which preserves its Mapuche roots intact.