Punta Arenas Walking City Tour
Duration: 3 Hours
Get to know Punta Arenas the most intimate way possible- on your own two feet- on this small-group walking tour!
Pass by monuments and points of interest while hearing incredible stories from the history of Punta Arenas, the Gateway to Patagonia.
Visit the Museo Maggiorino Borgatello and the Municipal Cemetery to learn about the history, culture, and people of Patagonia.
Finish your experience with tea and local pastries inside an antique Croatian house typical of Punta Arenas' boom time settlers.
Max Passengers: 10
Public Tour Cost: $45 USD
Meeting Time: 10:30
Meeting Point: Plaza de Armas
End Time: 13:30
High Tea at Kallfü Café
This tour does not include:
Additional Food and Drink
This experience takes place outside. Please come prepared for the weather conditions of the day.
This tour requires a minimum number of passengers to run. In the event that it is cancelled because the minimum is not met, you will be subject to a full refund.
What to Bring:
Please prepare for the weather by dressing in layers and bringing a rain jacket, hat, and warm gloves.
Please wear appropriate walking footwear (no sandals!) to ensure your enjoyment and safety on this tour.
Please bring your reusable water bottle for hydration during your tour.
Public Tours cancelled up to 24 hours before the tour date are subject to a full refund. Within 24 hours of the tour date, no refund will be issued
In the unlikely event that we have to cancel your tour, or your cruise ship is unable to tender, a full refund will be applied.
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Meet your guide in the Plaza Benjamin Muñoz Gamero
Begin your tour in the historic Plaza Benjamin Muñoz Gamero for an introduction to the history of Patagonia and Punta Arenas.
Calle Gobernador Carlos Bories
Take a stroll with your guide down Punta Arenas' main street, Calle Bories, and learn about what life is like for the townspeople here in Chile's extreme South.
Museo Maggiorino Borgatello
Learn about Patagonia's past at the Museo Maggiorino Borgatello, home to beautiful and unique treasures left behind by Patagonia's first peoples.
Cementerio Municipal Sara Braun
Visit the Cementerio Municipal of Punta Arenas to learn about the deep cultural traditions integral to life in Patagonia's South.
Get off the beaten tourist track and see the beautiful Barrio Croata, one of Punta Arenas' oldest and most historic neighbourhoods.
Avenida Cristóbal Colón
Walk down one of Punta Arenas' main avenues, lined by monuments and historic buildings.
Monumento a los Tripulantes de la Goleta Ancud
Visit the beautiful Monumento a los Tripulantes de la Goleta Ancud, erected to honour the first settlers in this region.
Costanera del Estrecho
Take in views of the Strait of Magellan as you walk along the Costanera, and learn about the coastal ecosystem that thrives here.
Explore a turn of the century Croatian house typical of this region, then relax and warm up with a delicious cup of Patagonia Blend tea and samples of local pastries to end your tour and prepare you for your next adventure.