Argentina
  • Alto Jahuel

    (Chile) Outside of Santiago, Alto Jahuel is a pleasant getaway from bustling city life and the home of multiple wineries....

  • Antofagasta

    The capital of the second Region in Chile with its 20 km long coast road facing the Pacific Ocean within a spectacular setting, features a bustling ha...

  • Arica

    In 1570 Arica, Chile was declared a city by the king of Spain. However, Arica had been around long before this time. Historical evidence shows that ...

  • Bariloche

    Most people know Bariloche for its mountains and resorts which offer great skiing. The resorts are often chic and there is lots of shopping - but it i...

  • Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires, Argentina Buenos Aires, the ninth-largest city in the world, is a sprawling metropolis in Argentina. Buenos Aires is the politic...

  • Cafayate

    The northern town of Cafayate sits in the grape growing region of Salta. 1683 meters above sea level and in the southwest part of Salta, Cafayate's c...

  • Calama

    The city of Calama in Chile, sitting on the banks of the Loa river, is considered an oasis in the desert and an important city within the region. Cour...

  • Chalten

    Chalten is a mecca for hikers. It lays at the base of the Chalten Mountains (Mountains of Smoke). This little town was founded in 1985 and offers gr...

  • Chiloe Island

    (Chile) Handicraft Heaven! The island is known for its woolen goods, hand-crafted and tinted with natural dyes, as well as wooden model boats and bas...

  • Comodoro Rivadavia

    Comodoro Rivadavia is best known for being a huge exporter of petroleum but also has a few very interesting attractions that are worth visiting. The ...

  • Concepcion

    Founded on 1550. The second most populated city of Chile with a privileged location on shore the Bío - Bío river near the Sea with amazing landmarks...

  • Cordoba

    Most people visit Cordoba for its historical architecture and scenery. Many of the cities in this region are noted as important places in which to le...

  • Coyhaique

    (Chile) Look out for falling ice! This town is near the Parque Nacional Laguna San Rafael park in southern Chile which consists of an icefield dominat...

  • Easter Island

    (Chile) This tiny triangular island, dotted with extinct volcanoes at each corner, is home to the famous Maoi figures....

  • El Calafate

    El Calafate was founded in 1927 as a frontier town and is now the jumping-off point for excursions to the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. Sometimes ref...

  • Esquel

    Esquel has good skiing and is close to Los Alerces National Park. The skiing here is not as popular as Bariloche and therefore costs less. It is als...

  • Humahuaca

    Located far to the north, this city is known for its historical and cultural importance. It has cobblestone streets, a folklore museum, and a unique ...

  • Iguazu Falls

    Iguazu Falls, larger than Niagra Falls, are one of the most famous attractions in South America. Near the border of Brazil and Paraguay, this particu...

  • Iquique

    Iquique, Chile, located in the north on the Pacific Ocean, is in the same area as Arica and also has great beaches. It was considered a major port in...

  • Jujuy

    Jujuy, a Spanish colonial town with strong Andean Indian influences, provides a chance to view an interesting mix of architecture and cultures. Local...

  • La Rioja

    La Rioja, located in the North, has its own unique style of pottery as well as Spanish Colonial architecture and an Incan history museum. The city wa...

  • La Serena

    La Serena, Chile's second oldest city, was founded by Juan de Bohon in 1544 and was marred by violence and drama throughout its early history. During ...

  • Mar Del Plata

    Besides being known for its beaches, resorts, and seafood, this city also contains some museums and historical homes that are interesting to many tour...

  • Mendoza

    Mendoza is most popular for its vineyards (it is the wine capital of Argentina), scenery, and skiing. Although the town was settled in 1861, all of i...

  • Missions Province

    This region, located between Iguazu Falls and Posadas, contains the ruins of twelve Jesuit missions. Courtesy of the Argentina Tourism Board...

  • Portillo

    Skiing and condors, what a combination! Located just 7 kilometers from the boarder with Argentina, this 12-lift ski resort offers off-piste skiing, v...

  • Pucon

    Pucon, a popular ski-resort city, rests by a series of lakes of singular beauty, including Calafquen, Caburgua and Villarrica. To the east of Villarri...

  • Puerto Madryn

    The city of Puerto Madryn is located on the northeastern side of the province of Chubut, on the shores of the New Gulf and standing at the foot of the...

  • Puerto Montt

    (Chile) The seaport of Puerto Montt, founded in 1853 on the site of a Mapuche community as part of German colonization, is the southernmost city in Ch...

  • Puerto Natales

    A beautifully located city, Puerto Natales rests along the Seno Ultima Experanza, a narrow turquoise channel, from behind which rise snow-caped mounta...

  • Puerto Varas

    This charming 19th-century port town was settled by German colonists. To get the lay of the land, ascend Phillipi Hill, which overlooks the bay and th...

  • Punta Arenas

    This southern most city in Chile lies almost equidistant from the Pacific and Atlantic oceans on the Brunswich Peninsula facing the Straights of Magel...

  • Rio Gallegos

    The city that serves as both the administrative and commercial capital of Santa Cruz as well as the gateway to southern Patagonia and the Parque Nacio...

  • Salta

    This colonial town, located in the region of Salta, was founded in 1582 by the Spanish, and the battle of independence from Spain took place here. Ma...

  • San Pedro de Atacama

    Known as the archeological capital of Chile, San Pedro de Atacama is located three hours from Calama. Its function over time as an important settleme...

  • Santiago

    Situated on the foothills of the Andes and divided by the Rio Mapocho, the cosmopolitan capital of Chile has grown to become the fifth largest city in...

  • Temuco

    A great starting point for exploring Chile’s Lake District, Temuco is also the cultural center of the Mapuche Indians, the original inhabitants of t...

  • Tierra del Fuego

    The largest island off the coast of southern Chile, Tierra del Fuego is divided between Chile and Argentina. Ferries run on a fairly regular basis fro...

  • Trelew

    Originally settled by 153 Welch immigrants who arrived on the ship “Mimosa” on July 28, 1865, Trelew has a strong Welch tradition. In the spring, ...

  • Tucuman

    In 1816, in this city, Argentina declared its independence. Consequently, many of the sites within it are extremely important historically. The Casa...

  • Ushuaia

    Ushuaia is the capital and tourism base for the island of Tierra del Fuego at the southernmost tip of Argentina. With physical beauty that is incompar...

  • Valdivia

    A small city with its heart centered around the river, Valdivia is an old colonial town somewhat destroyed over the years by various natural disasters...

  • Valparaiso

    (Chile) Founded in 1536, Valparaiso is a major Pacific seaport and manufacturing center on a wide bay. Valparaiso and nearby Vina del Mar constitute a...

  • Vina del Mar

    (Chile) Just 9 km northeast of Valparaiso on the banks of the Marga Marga lagoon, Vina del Mar is one of South America's premier coastal resorts. ...