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Overview Of The Port Of Arica

About Arica
Arica is a the northern most city in Chile, South America.

Arica is a quiet, relaxed sunny seaside resort town with several beautiful beaches and is a gateway to both Bolivia and Peru.

El Morro, a high cliff at the end of the mountain range, offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the Port of Arica. There is a war museum with cannons and uniforms from the 1800s.

The San Miguel de Azapa Archaeological Museum (Spanish) houses more than 20,000 artefacts and information about the area’s 10,000 year history.

The Cathedral San Marcos de Arica was built in the early 1870s.

The nearby valleys of Azapa and Rio Lluta are home to many beautiful olive tree plantations.

Local museums offer insight into the local Aymara culture.

The main shopping area is at 21 de Mayo, llama jumpers, musical instruments and local handicrafts are popular buys.

Traditional dishes in Chile include Picante de conejo (spicy rabbit), Cazuela marina (kind of stew) and Ensalada chilena nortina (salad).
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock in the centre of town.
Cruise Regions

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Arica

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