Santiago

Santiago Attractions

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Bellavista

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Bellavista, a walkable neighborhood not far from downtown Santiago, is routinely referred to as the city’s bohemian neighborhood. There’s street art and both ...  Read more

Casablanca Valley

Its close proximity to the Pacific Ocean and unique mix of clay and sandy soils has made the Casablanca Valley one of Chile’s top wine producing regions ...  Read more

Cerro Santa Lucia

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Cerro Santa Lucia is one of two hills that overlook Santiago, where in 1541 Pedro de Valdivia founded the city long before Chile existed as an independent ...  Read more

Chilean Museum of Pre-Colombian Art

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Perhaps Chile's most important museum is the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino - or Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, displaying 4,500 years of ...  Read more

Colchagua Valley

If you’re interested in tasting some of the best wines Chile has to offer, you’ll want to spend some time in the Colchagua Valley. Nearly two dozen area ...  Read more

Concha y Toro Winery

4.5 star rating: Recommended 33 Reviews

Chile is justly famed for its wine, and no Chilean vintage is better known than Concha y Toro. Founded just south of Santiago in 1883 by Don Melchor de Concha ...  Read more

Cousino Palace

The Chilean building boom of the late 1800s, spurred by rising silver, copper, and nitrite prices worldwide, inspired some of the city's most marvelous ...  Read more

Farellones and El Colorado

These two connected villages, only an hour away from Santiago, comprise one of the most popular ski centers in the country, both because of their proximity to ...  Read more

La Campana

Home to some of the last remaining forests of the endangered Chilean Wine Palm, La Campana became a national park in 1967 and contains over 17,000 acres of ...  Read more

La Chascona

Beloved Chilean poet and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto – otherwise known as Pablo Neruda (1904–1973) – helped design this quirky, ...  Read more

La Moneda

La Moneda is easy to spot – its white, neoclassical walls make up the presidential palace that takes up an entire city block in downtown Santiago. ...  Read more

Lastarria

Lastarria is one of a few small, mostly cobblestoned neighborhoods in Santiago, and it is definitely one known for its indie fashion, antiques and popular ...  Read more

Maipo Valley

Often called the Bordeaux of South America, Maipo Valley is home to a number of Chile’s most beloved wine producers. In the 1800s, wealthy travelers headed ...  Read more

Mapocho Station

4 star rating: Recommended 55 Reviews

Originally constructed between 1905 and 1912, the Mapocho Station was once the heart of Chile's massive, efficient railway system. The beautiful building was ...  Read more

Palacio de Bellas Artes

4 star rating: Recommended 59 Reviews

Constructed in 1910, at the height of Latin America's frilly neoclassical-meets-art nouveau architectural wave, the graceful Palacio de Bellas Artes still ...  Read more

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