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How to travel by bus from Chillán to Puerto Varas

Chillán se encuentra a 530 kilómetros de Puerto Varas. La duración del viaje en promedio es de 11 horas, en categoría semi cama o cama dependiendo de la compañía de buses, las que atraviesan la Ruta 5 Sur que conecta ambas ciudades.

En Chillán la salida de buses es desde el Terminal de Buses María Teresa de Chillán. Los buses en Puerto Varas llegan al Terminal de Buses Puerto Varas

 

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Buses de Chillán a Puerto Varas

Las empresas de buses que ofrecen servicios en esta ruta son: Turbus y Pullman Bus

 

About Chillán

Chillán is the capital of the province of Ñuble and known as the Cradle of the Fatherland because this is where Bernardo O'Higgins was born. Famous for its proximity to the thermal baths of Chillán and its top-level ski centers, such as the Nevados de Chillán center, it is a favorite destination for many national tourists, from Brazil and North America for its exclusivity and tranquility. In the center of Chillán is the Mercado de Chillán, an unmissable place where you can buy the famous chili pepper sausages of different brands, each and every one of them with a unique flavor, among which we highlight Cecinas Chillán, Cecinas Villablanca and Cecinas Pincheira In the same market there are several restaurants where you can enjoy typical Chilean foods, in the same way they have crafts in wool and wood mainly, to finish with huaso and huasa clothes.

About Puerto Varas

Puerto Varas is a city in the X Region of Los Lagos. The origin of this city dates back to the mid-nineteenth century where it was created from German colonization. Tourism is very strong in this area, having many tourist attractions linked to the beauty of nature that abounds in this region. The Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, the oldest in Chile, is known for its large area and beautiful forests, rivers and lakes, among them, the Todos los Santos Lake and the Petrohué River, where sport fishing is done, but mainly known by the Petrohué Falls of beautiful waterfalls. Puerto Varas has life both in summer with activities in Lake Llanquihue and its water sports, as well as in winter, since it has the Osorno Volcano Ski Center, as well as the Casino Dreams Puerto Varas.


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