Torres del Paine National Park

Torres del Paine Chile

Translating to “Towers of Blue,” Torres del Paine is paradise for hikers, climbers, and anglers.

This spectacular and sprawling outdoor wonderland in Chilean Patagonia is named for three granite peaks located at the east side of the park. But there’s plenty more to see here, from glaciers, to valleys to huge freshwater lakes—all stretched out over 500,000 acres.

If You Go

Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena Region, Chile
South America

+56 2 2730 1331

http://www.conaf.cl/parques/parque-nacional-torres-del-paine/


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Public Transportation: 
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Recommended time to spend: 
At least a day

Where to stay

Radisson Blu Acqua Hotel & Spa Concon

Only a 6 minute walk from the beach, the Radisson Blu Acqua Hotel & Spa Concon offers stunning views of the ocean along with luxurious amenities such as a sauna and spa. The onsite Acqua restaurant offers a variety of seafood specialties with exotic cocktails offered at the bar.

Radisson Ciudad Empresarial Santiago

Situated within walking distance of Espacio Riesco, Radisson Ciudad Empresarial Santiago is also positioned closely to the beaches and shops of Vina Del Mar. To make transportation easier for their guests, the hotel offers complimentary parking and an airport transfer service.

Radisson Hotel Curico

Radisson Hotel Curico is minutes from major vineyards and fruit producers in the renowned Curico Valley. The hotel boasts a range of amenities for its guests, including a 24-hour business center, 24-hour fitness center, free parking, and a salon.

Radisson Hotel Puerto Varas

Each of the 98 rooms at the Radisson Hotel Puerto Varas boasts a digital LCD TV, a comfortable sofa, a work desk, and mini bar. Many of these rooms also provide guests with astonishing views of either Lake Llanquihue or the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes.

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