Santiago is beautiful, but what is more beautiful is getting out of it, visiting nearby cities, and going on trips further by plane to places worth the trouble of traveling.


One of the visits that do not recur in your life, the Atacama Desert. Imagine that the land of this desert is the driest and highest in the world, and it is strange that this desert contains daisy-colored flowers, which makes it a true natural wonder.


Other beautiful visits include the snow regions of Tierra Del Fuego and discover the mystery surrounding Chile's most famous island, Easter Island and Puerto Varas.


Eating out in Chile


If you like salmon, you are in the right place, because Chile hosts huge numbers of salmon farms, and if you are a fan of beef, specifically steak, then you are also in the right place because Chile offers the finest types of meat and its restaurants are famous for providing the best recipes for grilled steak.


And for pastry lovers, I advise them to taste the "Sopaipillas" and the "Empanadas" pastries, which are a piece of dough stuffed with vegetables, chicken or meat.


In Chile, food is good, including simple street food, which is cheap and delicious at the same time.


Chileans are known for their love of ice cream, which is why you see many shops selling it all over it and in all seasons.


What you do not know about Chile


Chile is one of the few countries in the world that includes an official office to monitor alien space objects (UFO), which explains the Chileans' passion for observing the sky and observing the stars and what is happening in them, and they are among the most popular people that publish videos claiming to see strange objects in the sky.


The Chilean people ranks second in the world in terms of bread consumption, after the German people, who occupy the first place. That is why there are many types of delicious bread available, the most famous of which is Marraqueta.


There is in Chile the oldest mummy in the world, which makes it much older than the mummy in Egypt. It was discovered in the Camarones Valley and the oldest dates back to about 5050 BC.



Chile broke the record in 2007 after it fired 1,600 panels of fireworks in the port of Viña del Mar in Valparaiso, thus entering the Guinness Book of Records.


It is said that Shakespeare was inspired by the character of "Caliban" in the play "The Tempest", after reading an explorer blog and describing him for the clans that lived in "Tierra del Fuego", in the far south of Chile.


One of the most beautiful roads in the world is the one that ends in the city of "Quillon" on the island of "Chiloe", and at this point the most beautiful photographs are taken.


The largest earthquake recorded in the world hit Chile, with a magnitude of 9.5 on the Richter scale, and occurred in Valdivia in 1960 and lasted for 13 minutes and claimed about 6 thousand victims.



last word


It's hard to count the splendor and beauty of Chile in just a few words, but it's easy to dwell on what deserves so many words.