The city of Arica is the most northern city of Chile, and is at 19 km. from the border with Peru and at 195 km. from the border with Bolivia.
It is a city located at the foot of a hill named "The Morro" and is an oasis in the northern Chilean desert.
This city has several beaches that are normally enjoyed by tourists from Bolivia by the proximity of this picturesque city, whose activity is around its pedestrian street "the May 21", which has restaurants, pubs and trade around them. The city has good hotels and one Casino has a lot to prove.
Other attractions are its cathedral, which was built by Eiffel, and the Azapa Valley which is the beginning of this Oasis named "The city of eternal spring".