WHAT TO DO
What to Visit?
Where to eat?
Address: Roca 875 (steps from the Plaza de Armas).
Chosen as the best chop in Chile, definitely a place to meet. Usually it goes to the hour of the breakfast or of eleven. The specialty is the choripanes and milk with banana, a typical combination of the Magellanic.
Restaurant Dino’s Pizza:
Address: Bories 557 (only 6 blocks from our hostel)
Typical place frequented by Magellanic families for the exquisiteness of their sandwiches and pizzas.
Address: Roca 912 (steps from the Plaza de Armas)
Great atmosphere and excellent coffee. Lunches.
Address: Quillota 599 Mexican corner.
Special for the eleventh hour, offers sandwiches and sweets, as well as magallanic onces.
Restaurant “La Marmita”:
Address: Plaza Sampaio 678 (six blocks from our hostel).
Author’s mestizo cuisine. Very frequented by tourists.
Restaurant “Hotel Savoy”:
Address: Jose Menéndez 1073.
Various dishes with varieties of seafood and meats.
Restaurant “Between Pots and Pans”:
Address: Jose Ignacio Zenteno 172 (five blocks from our hostel)
Exquisite Ceviches, Sushi and tables.
Address: Av. España 22 (3 blocks from our hostel)
Creole food typical of the region. A very familiar place.
Bar / Restaurant “Santino”:
Address: Av. Colon 657 (5 blocks from our hostel)
Regional and imported beers. Tables to share.
Address: Av. Bulnes 0408 (8 blocks from our Hostel)
Place to meet local people. Great beers and pizzas.
Some Tips for our Travelers
From the airport you usually go to the city via taxi (about $ 10,000 up to 4 people). There are a number of taxis waiting depending on arrival times. You can also ask us to coordinate for you.
Transportation within the city is based on collectives (cars with fixed route), buses with fixed routes and taxis. In general, taxis are cheap and the distances are not very large. Radio Taxi is also used a lot.
The city consists of ATMs that are usually found in supermarkets, service stations and banks. There are several places where credit cards are not accepted, so walking with some cash is sometimes necessary.
In Chile electricity is used 220 Volts (50Hz). The sockets / connectors are called type C and type L. For more information:
Type C: The sockets / connectors type C
Type L: The sockets / connectors type L