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6 ore (appross.)
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Disponibile in: Inglese e altri 1

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Vivi le spettacolari viste e i suoni di Santiago come un vero locale in un tour culturale a piedi di 6 ore. Esplora boutique su misura, vivaci mercati alimentari e quartieri affascinanti mentre gironzoli per la città con una guida esperta. Assapora i sapori sublimi del cibo di strada appena preparato e assapora un cocktail nazionale in un ambiente bar, scoprendo la storia intrigante e la cultura colorata del paese mentre vaghi.
  • Tour privato a piedi di Santiago di 6 ore
  • Vivi la città come un locale con una guida privata!
  • Guidi la metropolitana fino ai murales del centro e visita due vivaci mercati alimentari, tra cui La Vega Central
  • Passeggia lungo le vie del negozio, attraverso Plaza de Armas e attraverso il fiume Mapocho
  • Goditi il ​​pranzo in un ristorante di pesce e cibo di strada locale, come la sopaipilla
  • Prova un Torremoto, un famoso drink cileno, in un bar nel quartiere bohémien di Santiago, e prendi una tazza di caffè in un famoso bar
Parti dal tuo hotel a Santiago insieme alla tua guida interessante e approfondita. Passeggiata alla stazione della metropolitana locale, quindi sbarcare a Universidad de Chile per ammirare i murales luccicanti che raffigurano eventi significativi della storia cilena.
Successivamente, immergiti nelle folle carismatiche del quartiere centrale di Santiago per scoprire la maestosità coloniale della zona. Ammirate l'architettura attraente prima di sperimentare la tradizione culturale del café con piernas (caffè con le gambe) in una caffetteria tradizionale; sorseggiare un caffè fumante servito da cameriere succinte che indossano abiti attraenti.
Quindi, visita le boutique su misura di Paseo Ahumada, una strada immensamente popolare piena di negozi sofisticati. Assorbi l'atmosfera di Plaza de Armas, un luogo di ritrovo per gli immigrati cileni, e assapora alcune delle autentiche offerte delle bancarelle di cibo di strada; prova la classica sopaipilla , una deliziosa pasta fatta con la pasta di zucca fritta, prima di ammirare l'eleganza ecclesiastica della Cattedrale di Santiago.
Passa negli eleganti negozi di scarpe di Puente Street fino a raggiungere il leggendario Mercado Central; risveglia i tuoi sensi a panorami, suoni e odori unici mentre ammiri la meravigliosa architettura in ferro battuto e i prodotti freschi ed esotici delle bancarelle. Concediti una sublime specialità di pesce in uno dei ristoranti rustici all'interno, provando cestini saporiti, vongole o filetti di pesce appena sfornati.
Rifornito di carburante, meandro al fiume Mapocho fino a La Vega Central, un mercato ricco di prodotti stagionali come fichi, mele cotogne, cachi e chirimoyas (mele alla crema). Passeggia nel bellissimo quartiere bohémien di Bellavista, un'enclave artistica in cui decorare la street art adornano le pareti e le boutique su misura piene di tesori artigiani. Scopri gli artisti e i poeti che hanno vissuto lì prima di visitare un bar locale per alcune specialità regionali.
Soddisfa il tuo palato con il gusto dolce e sublime di un terremoto , una tipica bevanda il cui nome si traduce in terremoto. Goditi il ​​gusto del gelato all'ananas abbinato al vino fermentato dolce prima di tornare al tuo hotel in un comodo minivan con aria condizionata.

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P
, feb 2018

A great way to see the city and to taste a few local delicacies and ride the metro. Our guide was brilliant. It was one of the best tours, ever and the walking was at a steady pace with plenty of time to stop, observe and take photos.

J
, gen 2018

Very pleasant and enjoyable day--greatly enjoyed walking around Santiago and seeing the sights. Particularly enjoyed the coffee and street food.

J
, dic 2017

Our guide Claudio was excellent but we were given the City tour not the Food tour. No street food or San Cristobal hill. We did get coffee and saw the changing of the guard at the presidential palace. We also got lunch at the very end when it became apparent there was no food. There needs to be better communication between the company and the guides.

K
, feb 2017

We were met in the lobby of our Hotel by Eduardo. He was a little unsure of what the tour entailed as he was only called the night before to do it. As we walked to the nearest Metro Station We discussed this and got things organised. After riding a train to downtown we strolled through the district viewing the historic buildings and the Santiago Cathedral.
When we left Mercado Central we were picked up by a driver and proceeded to go to San Cristobal Hill. This was a unique experience because it was a Sunday. The Funicular to the summit had a wait of at least 45minutes so it was decided to drive up. The road was full of cyclists and runners/walkers and near the top the road to the summit was closed to cars. We didnt get to the top but stopped in a layby to get a view of the city.
Once we descended the hill we went around the Financial area of the city ending up back at Mercado Central where we left our driver and had a seafood lunch which included a Pisco Sour and a glass of wine.
After lunch, we caught the Metro and Eduardo escorted us back to our Hotel.
Eduardo gave a good commentary and his English was very easy to understand. Sometimes some of the questions we asked got lost in the translation but we got there in the end and were able to laugh about it.

N
, dic 2016

If you are a history or architecture buff, this might be the thing for you. We learnt a lot but didn't feel any of the personality of Santiago. The food in the Mercato Centrale for lunch was disappointing to say the least. Given we paid a premium price I expected a premium tour and was disappointed.

D
, ott 2016

Great tour - my guide was very knowledgable and showed me a lot of Santiago's history and interesting locations

W
, dic 2015

I was there on a religious holiday so not everything was open. San Cristobal Hill was deleted from the tour. Paula the tour guide was great. Mostly walking tour. Good lunch and explanation of the capital and culture.

C
, lug 2015

Excellent tour and Carol was a very good guide. She spoke excellent English and explained the history of the city well and the importance of the various areas that we saw. It was Sunday so the city was quiet and easy to walk around and see the buildings. The highlight for us was the market and lunch in one of the restaurants there. The cafe with legs was also an experience - unique to Santiago.

B
, mar 2015

This was NOT the tour I thought I'd signed up for. We ended out on a downtown walking tour and I kept saying to the guide - but what about the markets? I kept getting the brush off - she was saying - we will go to the blue stone market. After our walk on San Cristobal Hill she took us to her friend's Lapis Lazuli store - this was NOT appreciated. I wanted to try market food and get a taste of the cuisine.

S
, dic 2013

Good tour and the guide was very knowledgeable.


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