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A tour of South America offers you the chance to see a long list of well-known attractions. Whether it's the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu or the bustling hub of Buenos Aires, there are many popular tourist hot-spots that most people are familiar with. Sometimes, some of the best destinations are off the beaten path, and that is certainly the case when it comes to Frutillar. This relaxing town on the southern coast of Chile has plenty to offer, even though its modest population of around 15,000 may lead you to believe otherwise.
Teatro del Lago is widely considered the jewel of Frutillar. Built along the town's main coastal road, this stunning venue hosts concerts throughout almost the entire year and is recognized as a significant architectural achievement in South American history. Specifically, Teatro del Lago is renowned for its impressive acoustics as well as its annual two-week-long music festival. Even if you don't make it there for the main event, the venue hosts many other shows throughout the year that will certainly stand out as a highlight of your trip.
If you find yourself in Frutillar you should also make a point to sample some if its German-inspired cuisine. A German colony started to build houses in the region in the mid-1850s, and the culture's impact on the area is still felt more than 150 years later. There are many restaurants that offer German food such as strudel and kuchen, and one of the best is Bauernhaus. Aside from its good food, the establishment has earned a name for itself due to its relaxing atmosphere.
Before leaving Frutillar you may want to check out the portion of the city that sits within the Chilean Lake District. This region offers some of the best views in South America, including breathtaking panoramas of Lake Llanquihue and Osorno Volcano.
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