Arrival in Chile

Arrival in Chile

South America
Airplane: the national airline in Chile is LAN Airlines. It offers daily flights from Frankfurt to Santiago de Chile with a stopover in Madrid. Feeder flights to the LAN transatlantic flights are offered by Lufthansa, Swiss International and Ibera. Lufthansa and Varig fly daily directly from Frankfurt to Santiago de Chile. Swiss International flies from Zurich with a stopover in Sao Paulo or Paris to Santiago, from Vienna Air France and Austrian Airlines fly with a stopover in Paris. There are regular direct flights from Madrid to Santiago with LAN and Iberia, several airlines offer flights from the main European cities with stopovers in Argentina or Brazil. According to ezinereligion, Chile has direct flight connections with North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, as well as with neighboring South American…
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Valparaiso Travel Guide

Valparaiso Travel Guide

South America
The street scene in Chile’s Valparaíso is colorful. The city buildings glow in all shades of the rainbow. The designers have really let their imagination fly when designing Valparaiso houses. Some fall in love with the bohemian and colorful atmosphere of Valparaíso, while others want to get out of the shabby and confusing city as soon as possible. VALPARAISO AS A DESTINATION Valparaiso is a bohemian city About a two-hour bus ride from the Chilean capital Santiago, Valparaiso is famous above all for its colorfulness, bohemianism and interesting architecture. The houses of the town, located on top of and at the foot of more than 40 hills, are like being thrown into the landscape of shock, and bright colors have been used unprejudicedly on the facades. Art around almost every corner…
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Chile 2007

Chile 2007

South America
Yearbook 2007 Chile. According to CountryAAH, Santiago is the capital city of Chile. A major strike broke out on June 25 at the state copper mining company Corporación del Cobre (Codelco), and not until a month later was a new wage agreement reached. The five-week strike meant lost revenue of up to $ 100 million for Codelco, which alone accounts for 11 percent of the world's copper production. A worse labor market conflict was the general strike announced by the Central Unitaria de Trabajadores (CUT) in late August in protest of several elements of President Michelle Bachelet's policy. In several places, riots broke out in connection with demonstrations and a total of 600 people were arrested, most of them in Santiago on August 29 when the protesters tried to reach…
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