Puerto Montt is a port city that drinks from the Golfo de Ancud. This tidy little city's streets are lined with well-appointed wooden houses surrounded by gardens of dahlias and roses. Here you can visit the Angelmo fish market, dine in a cocineria where you'll see your meal being prepared, and sample some of the country's best pastry, a legacy of the German colonisation two centuries ago. Climb the hills for a splendid view of the bay and Isla Tenglo, and take a trip north to nearby Frutillar, a charming city on the banks of Llanquihue Lake. Admire views of the verdant forests, rolling fields, the black-sanded beach and crystal clear water.
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