A French expat teaches classic Chilean dishes like lamb stew or chupe de centolla (king crab casserole); includes group lunch or dinner.
A crash course in local history, with archaeological artifacts, a Yaghan canoe, Tehuelche bolas and historical photos.
A recommended full-service wellness center with spot-on massages, tub soaks and various pampering treatments. Also sells interesting...
Por Que no te Callas
For a local vibe, you can't go wrong with a bar called 'Why don't you shut up.' It's friendlier than the name implies and even a bit...
Chef Pato changes the offerings daily, but the focus is fresh and Mediterranean. Think grilled clams, lamb tagine and quinoa dishes.
Eberhard 230, 2nd fl · interesting places nearby
Chile Nativo information
Links visitors with local gauchos, organizes photo safaris and can competently plan your tailor-made dream adventures.