Curious About Chile? Take A Tour and Make Its Iconic Bread: Marraqueta!

So much to see in Chile! Take in the sights and make marraqueta, pan batido or pan francés — as it's called outside of the capital city of Santiago.


Virtual Tour of Santiago - See the sights in Chile's capital city! You can also visit the Discover Chile visitor information site for a fuller picture of what Chile offers.
Route 7 in the Heart of Patagonia - A trip along Chile’s National Route 7, the Carretera Austral, into the stunning wilderness of Patagonia. You can also explore the amazing things to see in Torres Del Paine National Park. For the Torres Del Paine photos, click on each one to get a 360-degree view at the location.
The North and the Atacama Desert - Virtual tour of these Chilean regions.
Santos Populares - The Museo de Artes of the Universidad de los Andes in Chile holds the Holtz-Khani Collection of 56 interesting small wooden carved and polychromed sculptures. The images were carved throughout the eighteenth, nineteenth, and even early twentieth centuries by anonymous craftsmen, "santeros," without specialized or academic training.
In Chile, Marraqueta Is The Daily Bread - The marraqueta is the most popular bread in Chile, a country where bread consumption is more than 200 pounds per person, per year, placing Chile among the top bread consumers in the world.
Learning to Make Chile's Favorite Bread - Explore the ways in which bread is a foundation in Chile's national life and learn to make the famous pan batido itself.