The former Aduana (customs house) now houses this two-floor museum, which contains well-presented displays on natural history, and...
A few blubbery male sea lions, snorting loudly and occasionally snapping at unwary pelicans, circle hopefully below Antofagasta's busy...
The British community left a visible imprint on Antofagasta's beautiful 19th-century Plaza Colón, which sports rushing fountains amid...
Meat is the specialty at this rustic dining room decked out with arches, dried hanging hams and a fountain in the middle. Full of...
Lonely Planet review
This handsome chocolate-colored building with wooden balustrades, built in 1910 as the coast guard, sits at the entrance to the decrepit Muelle Salitrero (Nitrate Pier), where locals defy danger signs and fish for crabs. A wrought-iron passageway links it to the former Gobernación Marítima .