Visit Llanquihue, a city famous for sausage and part of the ancient Settlers Route. You’ll then make your way to Fruitllar, which started in 1856 as a pier, but grew into a city as tanneries, mills, and breweries appeared. Discover the German roots from the traditional houses and the colorful gardens here. You may opt to go to the German Colonial Museum, which dives deeper into history. By the lakeshore, find Teatro del Lago (Lake Theater) which hosts Frutillar Musical Week annually in an exposition of classical music from Chile and beyond. Next, you will continue on to Puerto Octay, which is home to ancient streets and a grand main square.
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