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Tour Puerto Varas museums and find fun things to do
Escape to Radisson Hotel Puerto Varas for a memorable Chilean getaway on the banks of Lake Llanquihue. You'll find plenty of things to do, from hiking along trails that lead past the secret lagoons of two nearby volcanoes to zip lining at Philippi Park, located less than a kilometer away. For more outdoor adventures, take a day trip to the Andes Mountains, where you can hire a guide for a fishing excursion at Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park. Learn more about the area's German influences at the German Colonial Museum. You can also walk out of your room or suite and try your luck at Casino Dreams, located right across the street.
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0.05 mi / 0.07 km from the hotel
For a fun night on the town, test your gambling prowess at this casino's 300 gaming machines. You can also enjoy a meal or a drink at the casino's on-site dining facilities.
Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park
46.19 mi / 74.33 km from the hotel
Located in the heart of the Andes mountains, this national park has accessible campgrounds, stunning waterfalls, beautiful hiking trails, and excellent fishing.
German Colonial Museum
13.06 mi / 21.01 km from the hotel
Find out more about the German colonization of southern Chile through cultural landmarks such as the Blacksmith House, the belfry, and the millhouse.
Osorno Volcano Ski Center
29.28 mi / 47.11 km from the hotel
If skiing, hiking, climbing, biking, and birdwatching are in your recreational itinerary, then head to Osorno Volcano Ski Center. This sporting center spans over two hundred hectares and is open from June to November.
0.42 mi / 0.68 km from the hotel
This city park offers scenic trails, bird-watching opportunities for a variety of species, and a zip-line. Walk to the top for unrivaled views of the city, Lake Llanquihue, and the Calbuco, Osorno, and Puntiagudo volcanoes.
Explore how the German colonists of the late 19th century lived in Puerto Varas on this self-guided walking tour. Grab a city map at the tourist office to see a number of fascinating buildings with historic architecture.