Chile's capital city is a paradise surrounded by mountains and decorated by medieval architecture. With its perfect location between the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, this gorgeous city has much more to offer than the average traveller can imagine.
Santiago is full of culture, excitement, and dozens of breath-taking views. Cerro San Cristobel offers an incredible 360-degree view of the city. The wait might be long, but the climb is worth it. If you're looking for some excitement, Plaza Darmas is always full of life. You can find performances going on, photographers taking in the scenery and tourists just like you looking for all the hottest happenings! Parque Araucano is beautiful in the summertime, with flowers in full bloom and romantic walking trails.
Be sure to stop by the Catedral Metropolitano, which features exquisite architecture bound to leave you breathless. Its high ceilings and captivating artwork look like something from a movie. Neighbouring buildings have similarly detailed architecture, so be sure to look around! If you’re looking for a relaxing evening out, Santiago has a large variety of theatre productions, music recitals, and cinemas.
Free Tours Santiago
From the views to the architecture, Santiago offers quite the assortment of things to see. Walking tours are a great way to get the full experience of Chile. They’re available year-round, and tours leave at different times throughout the day, making it easy to fit one into your schedule!
A free walking tour, Tours for Tips is a three-hour tour that departs at 3 PM each day. Learn about the coffee culture of the region and visit popular places such as Plaza de Armas, the city centre. You’ll get to immerse yourself in the culture by visiting the Lastarria neighbourhood, which people consider to be the “hipster” area of Santiago.
Free Tours Santiago focuses on the cultural heritage of the city, fitting in over ten landmarks during the four-hour trip. With two tours daily at 10 AM and 3 PM, there are plenty of opportunities to take in the sights. Meet at the Catedral in Plaza de Armas and begin your journey through Santiago. You’ll get to visit the Neruda Museum, the former home of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, and even see Corte Suprema, the city’s highest court.
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