Join me on this live-streamed, interactive Online Experience to explore Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, which has also been nicknamed 'End of the World' and is considered by many as the gate to Antarctica. In the native language we speak here, the name Ushuaia means "the bay to the west of the sunset."
On this virtual tour, I will take you to the historical places where the first settlers started the city. Here, you will find some of the typical Patagonian-style old houses. The scenic views of the Beagle Channel will accompany us through this journey; we might even learn a few things about its intriguing past.
Moving towards the coast, we will approach the Saint Christopher tugboat that is now beached on the shore of Ushuaia. It came to rescue the Monte Cervantes, a German ship at the bottom of the sea today. We will conclude this experience at the Old Prison, which now operates as a museum. This building is reputed to have once hosted the most dangerous Argentinian prisoners, one of the many facts and stories I will elaborate on during this tour.