Rancagua and Sewell

The countryside and the city mix at this destination, where Chilean history oozes from its fertile land. Visit the birthplace of Chilean heroes and where many battles for independence took place.

A delight for sophisticated palates, you can’t miss its vineyards that produce some of the best grapes in the country.

Go back in time and fill your heart with mining pride visiting the legendary Sewell Camp. Known as the city of the stairs, you’ll be amazed by the colorful buildings of this World Heritage Site located in the foothills of the Andes.

Explore its corners and unique houses which housed over 15,000 workers from the El Teniente Mine, and enjoy the unusual stories gathered in the Large Copper Mining Museum created under its facilities.

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For more information about this World Heritage Site, visit www.sewell.cl.



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