Explore Chile’s UNESCO heritage site by walking through the colorful hilltops of this coastal town. Take the funicular or stroll up and enjoy the breathtaking views.
SKIING IN THE ANDES
Santiago is near to three bustling ski resorts which are open from June to September depending on the weather. You can easily take a tour up from Santiago and enjoy Chile’s world-class slopes.
Chile is known worldwide for its wine and where better to do a tour than here. Visit Concha y Toro in Santiago or travel a few hours south to the Colchagua valley to sample the superb Carmenere.
Enjoy the atmospheric bars and cafes in this charming bohemian neighborhood.
Santiago is known for its shopping malls, featuring local and international brands, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for.
The seat of the Chilean president, stretches over a block in downtown Santiago. Visitors come to see its spectacular neoclassical architecture and to visit the regular exhibitions in the cultural center.
Named after Pablo Neruda’s secret lover who then became his third wife. La Chascona is one of Chile’s Nobel Prize winning poet’s three homes. A quirky, eclectic mix, rich in art and history, it is a popular destination for visitors.
Santiago’s new up and coming neighborhood, it is jam packed with bespoke furniture stores, design shops and boutique cafes and restaurants.
SAN CRISTOBAL HILL
A recognized landmark, this hill can be seen throughout the city. Popular with joggers and cyclists you will see swarms of Santiguinos peddling up on the weekends. Take a funicular to the top where you can visit the statue of the virgin, cool down in the open air swimming pool or take a cable car ride.