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The central plaza of Punta Arenas, where local vendors sell homemade crafts.
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Punta Arenas, Chile
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Worth a walk through and is a typically styled Latin plaza. It's well maintained and there are local artisans selling their wares on a sidewalk adjacent the square.

Thank TASunde
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a scenic place to visit just as any plaza in the center of town. Stroll through to get lovely views of the architecture, enjoy the green space and visit little craft vendors on the perimeter of the square. We managed to pick up...More

Thank Harbridgetrek
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an old town and here is where it really looks like the Patagonia after I read Bruce Chatwin's book many years ago. Walking around took us back in time and place. If you have a few hours after your visit to the pinguinos,...More

Thank Pamehla
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Located in the middle of town, the plaza is a nice central spot that’s well looked after and looks really nice. Good to have a nice patch of green right in the city.

Thank Granules2013
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

This nice historic building is located on the border of ONE of the roads surrounding Plaza Armas right in the heart of this small country town. Worth while to take time to admire the colonial architecture.

Thank JamesKMTan
Reviewed 4 November 2017

Nice square to stroll around for the lovely architecture. This along with the cemetery, a walk along the coast and views from the roof top of our hotel were our punta arenas sightseeing highlights.

Thank Tony and Sarah G
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

A beautiful glimpse into Punta Arena's past, with old buildings like Sara Braun's house surrounding it.

Thank David C
Reviewed 8 August 2017

You must visit the Plaza Munoz Gamero, is the Punta Arenas Central Square, full of history and a nice place for a stroll

Thank Eduardo Y
Reviewed 6 June 2017

This plaza was built around 1900, and is the point of departure for any destination in Punta Arenas. If you enjoy your stay in this city, be sure to touch the toe of the Indian on the main monument at the center of the plaza....More

Thank skipymaggie
Reviewed 29 April 2017

This Plaza marks the city’s historical heart and symbolizes the heritage of the hardworking people of Chile’s Magallanes province. The plaza is surrounded by many magnificent mansions, there is a statue of Magellan at it's centre, lovely paths for walking with shade provided by the...More

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Response from RobRevet | Reviewed this property |
Everything worth seeing or doing in town is within 10 minutes walking distance, only the cemetery (interesting!) is a little further but easily reached on foot. Otherwise to see two small museums, the fish market with crafts... More
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