Located on a curve of the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is an urban area that’s home to around 70,000 people.
Inside the former prison building, you'll find the Argentine Navy and the Maritime Museum of Ushuaia, housing collections of historical artifacts.
Spanning 630 square kilometers from the calm of the Beagle Channel to the waters of Lago Fagnan, there are surprisingly easy-to-follow trails you can hike here.
Today, the train is a major tourist attraction, taking visitors on a scenic journey through the Tierra del Fuego National Park.
A visit here means joining a tour that takes you through a small nature reserve where you can learn about plants native to the area.