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Culture Center, Automobile Museum, and Osorno streets.

Update date: 31 August 2021

Moncopulli Automobile Museum, José G. Posada Culture Center, Rhotemburg St.

3 days - 25 km
Recommended months for the visit: January - February
Difficulty level Low

Day 1

A visit to the Moncopulli Automobile Museum will take you on a trip back in time to the 50’s, with perfectly preserved classic models, a unique experience in Chile. The museum was inaugurated on November 17, 1995, it had 23 cars and its vision was to make the “nuts & bolts” culture known to the citizens. Bernardo Eggers and his family are the founders of this unique space in the district of Puyehue.

Bring cash, carry-on bag, your passport, cell phone charger, first aid kit, and toiletries.

Day 2

The next destination is Osorno’s José Guadalupe Posada Culture Center. Created in 1946, it adopted the name of the outstanding Mexican engraver of the late XIX century. Currently the museum belongs to the City of Osorno, has 9 themed rooms that refer to the different periods of the city, and houses articles of great historical relevance.

Bring cash, carry-on bag, your passport, cell phone charger, first aid kit, and toiletries.

Day 3

Rhotemburg Street is a well preserved bastion that will transport you 150 years into Osorno’s past, placing you in the period when the German settlers arrived to southern Chile in 1846. Their influence left traces in the town, with the multiple buildings they left in the city clustered in Rhotemburg street. Just two blocks away from Osorno’s main square.

Bring cash, carry-on bag, your passport, cell phone charger, first aid kit, and toiletries.

Plan your perfect trip
  • If you are from another country, we suggest buying a travel insurance policy with coverage in Chile in case of any contingency.
  • Always have cash available because there are areas with no ATMs.
  • Prefer travelling during the low seasons to avoid high traffic and higher costs.
  • Don't forget to check information on covid-19 restrictions before traveling anywhere.
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