Santiago, the nation’s capital, can be reached with a 90-minute ride across rolling valleys. With a population of over five million people, Santiago sprawls at the foot of the snow-capped Andes. One of the city's prime cultural highlights is the excellent Pre-Columbian Museum, which displays 4500 years of indigenous Latin American culture in modern surroundings. Valparaíso, founded in 1536, is Chile's oldest city. It is also the gateway to Chile's central valley and the beautiful Viña Del Mar, the popular seaside resort only few miles away.
阿立加 , 智利
Bordered by desert sand dunes and fertile valleys fed by the melting and life-giving snows of the Andes, this city is located in the heart of some culturally fascinating attractions. Founded in 1570, Arica is Chile's fifth-oldest city and a commercial gateway for neighboring Peru and Bolivia. It is a city rich in heritage and home to both a splendid neo-Gothic church with wrought-iron details designed by Gustave Eiffel in 1876 and to pre-Columbian treasures from the Chinchorro culture dating back to 5,000 b.C.
阿雷納岬 , 智利
Founded in the 17th Century by J. Byron, Punta Arenas lies at the entrance to the Strait of Magellan and is the gateway to Antarctica, a land of snowcapped mountains, icebergs and frozen fjords. The city is dominated by the mountain Cerro de la Cruz, from which there is a spectacular view of Punta Arenas, its orderly streets, colorful tin roofs, and the Tierra del Fuego. The city overlooks the Strait of Magellan and Otway Sound, home to colonies of sea lions and Magellanic penguins.