Región del Maule Travel Guide

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Talca

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15,37,6

Molina

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24,37,0

San Clemente

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11,9,0

Curicó

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7,8,3

Llico

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6,30,0

Linares

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0,3,0

Talca

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  • The Tried And True Way...

    Talca Transportation

    The sophisticated city of Santiago has its metro, buses, cars and taxis. The roads are paved and serviced quite well! However, there are many small towns cradled in the arms of the Andes Mountains where the roads are not paved and the best way to get around is on horseback.We encountered this trio on horseback as we were weaving our way over the...

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  • Diego De Almagro Talca

    Talca Hotels

    4 NORTE # 1011,TALCA, Talca, Talca, Chile, CL

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Chilean Barbeque

    Talca Restaurants

    Tres Vacas opened last year near Talca. It features Chilean barbeque--or parrilladas. A brazier was brought to the table filled with beef, chicken and sausage which continued cooking while we ate. The aroma was wonderful; the meats delicious. We also had sliced tomatoes with onion, tossed salad with corn and green pepper strips, plus a basket of...

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Molina

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  • Siete Tazas Reserve - after the...

    Molina Favorites

    I visited the siete tazas after the earthquake and it is still interesting and a nice hour long walk around the park even if there is no water. As for the river, there is still a river running down the valley it just isn't running into the geological formation known as the "7 cups" (or "tazas" in Spanish) so agriculture that relies on this water...

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  • Co-ordinate set for GPS navigation

    Molina Favorites

    The following are the co-ordinates for the entire route, starting on CONAF's Visitor Centre (CONAF), and ending in laguna de las Ánimas (LAS ANIMAS LAGOON).It is color-coded to indicate recommended places for camping (other than Valle del Indio and Laguna de las Ánimas itself, just in case), all of them with water handy.Value signs (º, ', ") were...

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  • VALLE DEL INDIO

    Molina Off The Beaten Path

    This is our favourite camping spot in Radal: it is a high valley, crossed by a crystal-clear stream which downstream becomes Claro river, peaceful, with a delicious flat sandy (yet firm enough to set tent's stakes) averywhere, with lots of excellent hidden camping spots, with water always handy, away from all Parque Inglés' noise, and with stunning...

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San Clemente

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  • Buses to Alto Vilches

    San Clemente Transportation

    To get to Altos de Lircay, you should get to Talca first and then take a rural bus, which departs from the same main bus terminal as long distances buses do, but from simpler aisles across the arrival tarmac.Those are the BUSES VILCHES, leaving for Vilches at 0700 and 1230 daily, and returning from Vilches at 0715 and 1715. In summer, there is an...

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  • Try the "mountaineer cuisine"

    San Clemente Restaurants

    The main appeal of the restaurants in the Alto (Upper) Vilches area, is its proximity to Altos de Lircay park, and the possibility to stop at them after a cold winter's afternoon walking the mountains, or in summer after spending the day in the river. Entering them and feeling the warm atmosphere while outside gets colder and the winter night falls...

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  • Go light if you can

    San Clemente What to Pack

    Internal frame pack, 30-litre daypack, dry-gear bag (in winter) In summer:Trekking boots, light trekking pants, T-shirts, hat, bathing suit, sandalsIn fall/winter (April-early October) Gore-tex hiking boots and parka, fleece pants and jacket, gloves, fleece balaclava.Bear in mind that Altos de Lircay is a mountain park, so it is subject to...

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Curicó

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  • Miguel Torres distributor in the U.S.

    Curicó Favorites

    On our last visit we discovered that a distributor in Dallas, Texas carried Miguel Torres wine. Since we'll moving to that area this summer, it was wonderful news! If you are feeling adventurous, trying one of Miguel Torres wines. Remember, these are from CHILE--not Spain.Mr. Sam Leake, Austral Imports, 3935 Main St., Dallas, Texas 75226. The...

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  • Turismo Hotel

    Curicó Hotels

    Carmen 727 Curico, Chile, Curico, CL

  • Miguel Torres Winery--Curico,Chile

    Curicó Things to Do

    Whenever we drive through Curico, we stop at The Miguel Torres Winery. There is a restaurant on the premises and a nice wine shop. This vintner bottles our favorite Chilean wines, so we always carry bottles home with us.The Torres family were involved in making wine for three centuries, but didn't begin commercially until the 1800's. The first...

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Llico

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  • Rental Car

    Llico Transportation

    A rental car is a really great way to get around especially outside of Santiago. My friends and I rented a car and off we went. The roads aren't really well sign posted unfortunately but it is pretty hard to get lost! There are buses that go to Lago Vichuquen but I think they probably take a long time and are not all that frequent. Renting a car...

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  • The hotel restaurant

    Llico Restaurants

    We decided to eat all our meals at the restaurant inside the hotel we stayed at. The restaurant overlooked the sea. For breakfast we were given bread, cheese and ham accompanied with coffee or tea with hot milk. We ate fish and steak dishes also. The "pebre" was really good. Pebre is a Chilean entree that is usually served with bread and butter...

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  • Lago Vichuquen

    Llico Things to Do

    Near Llico is a lake called Lago Vichuquen which is really pretty. The lake has a population of black necked swans which people like to stop and look at. The lakeside is a holiday destination that is popular but not overrun with people.

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