coo***anA short hike uphill from the port, this church is worth your effort. All wood inside and outside is well maintained. It's just across from the carefully arranged garden in the city. There is a small shop that sells souvenirs and laborers.
coo***an[View] The excellent Museo de las Tradiciones Chonchinas Museum is located in the home of a wealthy family in the past, and faithfully displays the life, customs, traditions and economic activities of the city over the past few decades!
WillSumHaving been in Chile for so long, this church is the most impressive I have ever seen. The yellow exterior wall and the two slightly blue bell towers look very awe-inspiring on the square. Inside, there are many carvings of wooden structures, and even cover up the aura of arcades (too many seen in Europe) that continuously span the structure. The huge round windows look like a sun rising above the main nave of the church, with colored glass bands on both sides penetrating into the building
无名浪子321Puerto Montt is a dilapidated place with no good views. The busiest place is the bus terminal, where there are buses to and from Santiago, Buenos Aires and other places. Food is more expensive, a basic burger set cost 3500 pesos (about 4.6 US dollars)