From historic Santiago to boho Valparaíso and into staggeringly beautiful mountains and desert, this is a pulse-racing trip.
As a new film about Pablo Neruda gets a UK release, we visit two of the Pacific-facing homes where the poet found inspiration: Isla Negra and the ‘crazy port’ of Valparaíso
Funicular rides and architecture treasured by Unesco and tourists alike … see how Valparaíso inspired Instagram snapper Jacob Crompton-Schreiber
There’s no better way to enjoy the drama of Patagonia than striking out on the W Trek – one of the most remote walks in one of the most beautiful places on Earth
Explore the Andes on foot, take a campervan road trip, get close to volcanoes – some made of chocolate – or sample pisco sour in Santiago, and beyond.
Chile has a wealth of beautiful landscapes beyond the iconic regions of Patagonia and Atacama.
In 1965, Chile launched a bold new policy which became infamous for officials’ use of white chalk to mark out plots of land for Santiago’s poorest families. Half a century on, did it really help those in need – or simply deepen social divisions?
Santiago is shaking things up with a vibrant new bar and nightlife scene that’s steadily erasing its reputation as a less-than-glamorous stopover city. Here, we pick 10 top spots for a glass of wine, a pisco or just a good beer.
This looks like a wonderful city to visit: http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2014/feb/07/valparaiso-chile-culture-art-city