Great place to visit while being in Puerto Montt. Nice restaurants and many places where to get some souvenirs.
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This is a lovely spot to see a non tourist food market, and as well vendors catering to tourists as well selling a wide variety of handicrafts at reasonable prices.
It's a traditional market, fish, veggie, handicraft, mid size, not too big, but it's got everything. I wouldn't suggest that you eat anything there because it may not be as fresh, but definitely worth a look and visit. You will see the market in action,...More
Very interesting stop to see local fish and vegetable market. The rest of the center is dedicated to Chilean handicrafts with lots of vendors. You can buy woolen clothing here as well as a lot of wooden hand carved items. Most vendors only take cash,...More
You can visit the fish market, the many restaurants, the multitude of artesan shops; you can see ceramics of varying quality, wood carvings, woolen goods, in fact just about everything that you would expect in a local market. Graffiti painting seems to be way of...More
Nice place to have a walk around, with lots of small artesan shops quite typical. Eating there, could be an experience or more less. We had lunch in "Don Juanito": bery friendly people before to attract you, lesser than average the food: caldillo, congrio a...More
We spent an afternoon walking here, sort of absorbing the local atmosphere. There are many shops offering ceramics, wood carvings, woven goods and chocolate. It is also a working fish market, and a great place to try a restaurant and enjoy a really good seafood...More
This area towards the south of Puerto Montt has a pretty serious stay of small stalls selling all sorts of artesenia. There is a lot of sameness, as happens in markets like this, but also a lot of gems among them. Continue past the market...More
Angelmo Harbor is a klassik. Many tales fromnancient times to folky food. Avoid the days of heavy cruise people shopping, know your food...you could get food poisoning, people rippin you off and check the sea lions fight. Try the cocinerias egg breakfast. And get there...More