Where to go in Villarrica?

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Avenida Costanera
This beautiful avenue borders the beach and the jetty. There is an excellent view of the Villarrica Volcano from here, and of the lake of the same name. You can fish and practice water sports here.

Cathedral
Next to the buildings of the Universidad Católica.

Museum of Villarrica
In this museum there are important archeological finds from the Neolithic age, various articles from the Mapuche culture such as pots, jewelry, hides etc, as well as documents used by the Spanish colonists.

The Jetty
Located at the shores of the lake, this is an ideal place to take photographs, go for a walk, and take in the unforgettable countryside, with the imposing Villarrica Volcano in the distance.

Handicrafts Fairs
There are various handicrafts fairs all over the city. The one that stands out is the one located in Avenida Pedro de Valdivia on the corner with Aviador Acevedo, where you can see a Ruca (a Mapuche home) built with large reeds and junquillo, an exact replica of the ones you can still see these days in the Araucan countryside.

Plaza de Armas
The plaza is located on its original site, although it has since been remodeled to better serve as a recreational and meeting point.

Sitio de Villarrica
This is a Historical Monument located in Balmaceda on the northeast corner with Basilio Urrutia.

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