Puerto Montt is a port city at the southern end of the Lake District in Chile. Settled originally by German families in the late 1800, Puerto Montt and the lake district offer an unexpected Bavarian feel in South America.
From the Puerto Montt Travel Guide
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The location of hostal is excellent it is near all transportation and walkling distance to many places. The hostal is very clean. The breakfast was really good. , The owner makes eggs or crepes with custard inside she gives coffee and fresh fruit., If you look like you are hungry she gives extra. The owner,Sra. ... more
The hostel was basic, but clean and spacious. And it had really fast wifi throughout. It was a little noisy from the street traffic, but all and all comfortable. It's close enough to walk down to the water and restaurants. We left half our luggage there as we traveled around Patagonia for 3 weeks. ... more
Had a great experience in this place, very clean and nice and abundant breakfasts included, the host is very helpful with any advice and even organised our laundry and tours. great place to stay, contemporary and warm. We recommend you try the Pisco Sour drink. A bit of a hill to walk if you don't have wheels. Cheers. ... more
petrohue to puerto montt
Is there any public transport between petrohue and puerto montt? ...
Punta Arenas to Puerto Montt
I am planning on visiting argentina and Chile in June 2006. i want to travel down to ushuaia on the Argentinian side and then travel north again on the Chilean side. Ideally I want to travel from Punta Arenas to Puerto Montt by boat. However, my research is showing that there doesn't seem to be any scheduled boats ...
Buenos Aires - Bariloche - Puerto Montt
Hi , I ´m planning to go from Buenos Aires to Bariloche and further to Puerto Montt ( Chile) on february/march. What´s to see and to do on this route ? I´m thinking about daytrips on hiking and boat trips. A visit of the island of Chiloe. And to go back via Santiago and Mendoza to Buenos Aires, by bus ...