27. 1. 2020 - 28. 1. 2020
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It is a beautiful city to know it is the best, to cross the wonderful strait. It is a very quiet city full of charms and history.
A pleasant stopping point on your way further into Patagonia. Plenty of spots to buy hiking gear and supplies. Home to a number of good seafood restaurants. Has a relaxed vibe. Be sure to check out the Cementerio Municipal. Penguin excursions receive rave reviews but I didn't have time during my visit.
Punta Arenas is the last major settlement in Chile and a gateway to Antarctica by either sea or air. Chances are you're waiting to go somewhere else if you're here. When I was there in early 2013, there was a lot of construction so I expect the waterfront and city will be much nicer soon.
Punta Arenas is actually a fine city, but looks worse relative to surrounding areas. The city itself is the capital of Chilean Patagonia, and sports a spread out semi-city. Unlike nearby Natales, it's a somewhat bleak place, with a more rundown feel. Stop here only as a transport city - it's a useful bus and plane hub. If you have more than a day to kill, stop by the cemetery - although it doesn't rival the one in B.A., it is relatively interesting.