Holidays to La Serena

Chile's second-oldest city is a thriving hub of culture, architecture, and of course, golden beaches. Popular with domestic tourism in January and February, the city enjoys a sort of dignified beach culture. Stroll down lanes lines with colonial-era architecture, or head outside of town for vineyards and some fascinating astronomical …

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Where to stay in La Serena

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in La Serena, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in La Serena

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Jardin del Corazon
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Reviews of La Serena

. Troy
. TroyMiravet

Chile's second oldest city, after Santiago, and a popular beach resort. Most non-Chileans will bypass the city altogether, heading straight to the Elqui Valley. At the very least, it's worth allowing some time for lunch at one of the beachfront fish restaurants. If you're then heading on to the airport, just beware of the traffic.

Nomadic by Nature
Nomadic by NatureNairobi

Most do not stop here and there is not a lot of traveler infrastructure to warrant a stop. There is a huge long beach to go hang out but it is cold, and the water can be stormy. Otherwise there are some restaurants to find, and some discos to cut up.

Manny  Ellis
Manny Ellis

I loved it and would move there in an instant

Pablo Jorquera Cortés
Pablo Jorquera Cortés

Very good

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