Santiago

Activities

Parque Araucano

Cultural Centre Parque Araucano plays an important role in the cultural scene of the city and acts as a hub that hosts events and festivals…

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Parque de la Esculturas

Beautifying with Art It was opened in the year of 1982, with the purpose of beautifying the city after it was destroyed by one of…

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Parque Forestal

Designed to Showcase Nature Parque Forestal was designed by Jorge Dubois who trained in France and introduced admirable elements from regal European gardens.  Open all…

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Parque Aguas De Ramon

Breath-Taking Views Nourished by the Estero de Ramón River, Parque Aguas De Ramon is located at the border of La Reina and Las Condes. It…

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Natural Attractions Around Santiago

Hills and Mountains Santiago’s city centre is defined by two prominent structures the Cerro San Cristobal and the Santa Lucia Hill. The latter is home…

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Natural Attractions Around Santiago

Municipal de Santiago

Santiago’s Artistic Jewel The Municipal Theater of Santiago serves as the artistic heart of the city. Originally constructed in 1857, this gorgeous French neoclassical building…

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Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

Dedicated to Indigenous Art The Museum was established in 1981 by Sergio Larrain Garcia-Moreno, an avid collector, who donated his collection to the city of…

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National Zoo

On Cerro San Cristobal Set in the foot of the scenic Cerro San Cristobal and within the Santiago Metropolitan Park, the National Zoo was opened…

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Parroquia de Santa Filomena

Dedicated in 1894 The Church of Saint Filomena, dedicated to a Christian martyr, was designed by a French architect, Eugene Joannon, who sought inspiration for…

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Plaza de Armas

The Historic Heart of Santiago The Plaza de Armas is as old as the city itself. Dating back to 1541, when the Spanish conquistador Pedro…

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Plaza de Armas

Valle Nevado

On the Andes Mountains Valle Nevada was established in 1988 on the slopes of the Cerro El Plomo on the Andes Mountain Range by French…

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Valle Nevado

Valparaiso

Seas, Mountains and more Valparaiso is known for its unruffled pace of life and as a cultural destination. Its brightly coloured buildings, quaint trolleybuses, funiculars…

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Valparaiso

Vineyards around Santiago

Introduced in the 16th century by Spanish conquistadors and missionaries, viticulture in Chile has reached remarkable heights and the nation is currently the fifth largest…

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Santiago Metropolitan Park

City’s Green Lung The Santiago Metropolitan Park was carved out in 1966 to create an urban park where residents could find respite from the hustle…

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Santa Lucia Hill

Cerro Santa Lucia The summit of Cerro Santa Lucia, as it is known locally, is at 623 metres above sea level and affords remarkable views…

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Santa Lucia Hill

San Cristobal Hill

Cerro San Cristobal Cerro (Spanish for Hill) San Cristobal was named so by the Spanish conquistadors after St. Christopher. In 1903, California’s Lick Observatory set…

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San Jose Volcano

Complex of Volcanoes San Jose is a complex of volcanoes nestled within the mighty Andes Mountains and comprises four peaks that are perennially under a…

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Metropolitan Cathedral, Santiago

Historic Place of Worship The Metropolitan Cathedral  was commissioned along with the Plaza de Armas by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Valdivia in 1541. The…

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Matetic Vineyard

Wines, Restaurant and Bar The expansive vineyard of 33 hectares is a pioneer – they created Chile’s first cool climate Syrah – EQ Syrah 2001…

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Cultural Attractions in Santiago

Museums, Palaces and Galleries Santiago is a fantastic city to enjoy magnificent historic architecture like the La Moneda Palace, the Centro Cultural Palacio and the…

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