If you love good food, you’ll love visiting Chile. The country has a rich history of culinary innovation and is home to some of the most delicious local dishes you’ll find anywhere. You’ll discover traditional Chilean cuisine including empanadas, quesadillas, chimichangas and more. More recently, however, Chile has also become famous for its wide variety Benitago of fresh produce and its diverse culture. If you love eating out but don’t like going to the same places too often, it might be time to check out this yummy country!
What to Expect When You Travel to Chile
Chilean food is extremely diverse, from the rich and fatty empanadas to the hearty and hearty soups, to the sour and acidic ciders. The country’s history with food is long and storied, as is its contemporary reputation. If you love walking into a restaurant and being served traditional dishes, you’ll be happy to learn that Chile has a well-deserved reputation for excellent service and quality cuisine. Chilean food is also known for being simple and straightforward. This, combined with the country’s varied cuisine, can make it a difficult country to categorize. There’s a reason why Chile comes in more than a dozen different “cuisines” and “regions” — it’s an incredibly diverse country with a lot of unique culture and food.
Town of Valparaiso
At the center of it all, of course, is the city of Valparaiso. You’ll find it at the western edge of the Atacama Desert, surrounded by some of the most amazing scenery in South America. If you love wandering around empty cities, you’ll love Valparaiso — it’s lively but very traffic-free. Just make sure you know where you’re going and leave the driving to the professionals.
Breakfast in Chile
One of the best things about traveling to Chile is breakfast. There are so many delicious options that it’s very hard to choose just one. You can try eggs in any style, chorizo, empanadas, bacon, sausages, sweets, etc. Another great thing about breakfast in Chile is that it’s often served family-style in your hotel room. You can meet your fellow travelers and make new friends, all while devouring the best Chile has to offer.
One of the Best Cusqueña Dance Shows in the World
Chilean dance is incredibly passionate and tribal. During the coquina, or “palazzos,” which are the national dancing form, the crowd dances with the performers to indigenous music, sometimes to traditional coquina as well. The coquina is perhaps most famous for its routines that feature couples performing synchronized swimming-like movements with their bodies and heads. These movements are called tarantism, and they’re just plain awesome to watch.
The Best Way to See the Andes in South America
On any given day, you can find me walking around the high-altitude city of Cusco, Peru, taking in the sights, sounds, and smells of a unique culture. What you won’t see me doing, however, is sitting in a tourist trap. Cusco is a vibrant city with a great variety of attractions, both historical and modern. If you’d like to see a different part of South America and experience a different culture, you should check out the Gran Chaco. This is a vast and largely uninhabited area that lies between Argentina and Paraguay. In the Gran Chaco, you’ll find an array of native languages and cultures, including a large Indigenous population.
Tranquil and Natural Acres
If you love nature and peaceful environments, Acres, in the municipality of Coquimbo, will give you both. In this scenic area of Chile, you’ll find some of the most biologically diverse scenery in the country. There are forests, lakes, rivers, and mountains here that look and feel wild and free.
If you’re looking for a unique place to get your vacation fix, consider heading to Chile. If you’re looking for a place to relax, you’ll find it in the Yungas. This is a region of the Andes that’s home to a vast diversity of animals, from rabbits and guinea pigs to jacanas and chinchillas. This is also a place where you can enjoy some of the most amazing local cuisines you’ll ever taste. If you’re looking for adventure, you’ll love exploring the wild and remote regions of the Gran Chaco. You might even find some of the world’s most bizarre and beautiful plant life here. If you want to get out of the city, head to the Atacama Desert, where you can experience the true meaning of “desert” by eating empanadas and drinking a chile-based liquor called cava.