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Save up to 10% on these popular tours by booking them together in this exclusive combo package!

Immerse yourself in Chile’s colorful and captivating culture by booking two popular tours together: see some of Santiago’s most spectacular sights during a comprehensive sightseeing tour, then discover two incredible towns situated upon Chile’s curvaceous coastline. Stroll through ambient plazas and marvel at the neoclassical splendor of Santiago’s legendary landmarks on the sightseeing tour, visiting the impressive Governor’s Palace and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Wander the serpentine streets of Valparaiso to discover vibrant murals and architectural eccentricities and stop by the white sand beaches of the gorgeous ‘garden city’ of Vina del Mar. Convenient round-trip hotel transportation is included in the tour.

Highlights

  • Book tours together to see Santiago, Viña del Mar and Valparaiso, a UNESCO World Heritage site, for a discounted price
  • See Santiago's popular sites, including La Moneda Palace, Plaza de Armas, Cerro San Cristóbal, Bellavista and Mercado Central
  • Tour Viña del Mar, a seaside resort town, and stop by Salinas beach, the Presidential Palace and a gaming casino
  • Walk around Valparaiso and see Cerro Concepción, Plaza Sotomayor, and enjoy views from Mirador 21 de Mayo
  • Round-trip transport from most Santiago hotels included
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures personalized attention and a memorable experience

What You Can Expect

Santiago Super Saver: 2-Day City Sightseeing plus Viña del Mar and Valparaiso

Visit Santiago's main attractions during your tour

Uncover the dramatic and diverse cultural panorama of Chile on two terrific tours. Enjoy enriching exploration of three places two separate mornings with this flexible tour option. Set out to visit the sublime sites of Santiago on a 3-hour sightseeing tour; cruise past the glamorous finance district in an air-conditioned minivan, passing the picturesque Moneda Palace and the beautifully bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista. Ascend to the summit of San Cristobal Hill to enjoy panoramic city vistas and immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere of Mercado Central to peruse stalls bursting with exotic produce. 
Venture to the distinct destination of Viña del Mar and Valparaiso on the second part of the excursion; see beautifully sculpted gardens and impressive historical monuments in the ‘Garden City’ before continuing onto the winding and wondrous labyrinth of Valparaiso. The tour requires a minimum of two people to operate and detailed itineraries are provided below.

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Itinerary

Customer Reviews

Dennis K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

from start to finish it was fantastic...........driver/guide well informed.........easy and delightful to be
with..............couldn't have been any better...........the Katz's

Dennis K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

unexpected delightful evening.........food good...........music terrific.....dancers wonderful

johnbulk

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

Most informative and interesting tour.
Excellent guide

TOM K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This tour is a great bargain. The city tour took us to all of the important places making it easy to select those we wanted to see more of later. The Valparaiso Vina del Mar trip is a must do. In Vina del Mar we had lunch at a great seafood restaurant which was exactly what we expected to do there.

Glenda H Australia

4 star rating: Recommended October 2015

Both tours were interesting and informative and our drivers and guides great. We were lucky to see the changing of the guards on our city tour which was very entertaining.

Paul T

4 star rating: Recommended August 2015

The City tour was nice. The guide was nice and informative. There was not a lot to see Even though Santiago was established several hundred years ago, it's surprisingly that the city is pretty modern, even in the older parts of town, not like European cities, but we did like Santiago and would go back

Eddy O

4 star rating: Recommended June 2015

Vina del mar was worth going to! City sightseeing tour was a lot of walking and not too much to see.Guide spoke English when needed but spent day talking in Spanish toSpanish speaking tour members.Not a problem as I understand Spanish well, however Spanish speakers should have booked tour in Spanish

Dianne R

4 star rating: Recommended May 2015

We thoroughly enjoyed our two tours. Rodrigo guide and Ignacio driver were both very friendly and helpful and went out of their way to make our tours memorable and very enjoyable. Their knowledge of the history and culture of Santiago and the region was fantastic. Highlights were the changing of the guard at the President's Palace, the beautiful cathedral, climbing St Lucia hill and the lovely seafood lunch at Vina del Mar. Great, thanks

Snita M

3 star rating: Worth doing December 2015

The trip was nice.. and was a good summary of all three places. I really felt the santiago city tour was rushed. The guide just took us around for about 1.5 hrs. The tour start timing was 8 am but they never came till 9 and then by 10:30 we had left for Vina del mar. The lunch at the restaurant was a terrible experience with the waiting staff at absolutely dont care attitude. I also feel that they charged too much for the trip and i am not sure if the trip was worth 188 per person!

Diane L

3 star rating: Worth doing April 2015

We split this trip in two, wise move. We did the city tour first. That was really good, Our guide Rodrego was fun and knowledgeable, our driver Guilermo was excellant as well, very safe. We managed to pack a lot in including changing of the guard at the Palace.This was with another British couple.The second day was Valparaiso with Ignacio and Roberto.This lasted 10.5 hours. We had two Argentineans and two Brazillains, which meant that everything said had to be repeated three times by Roberto, we don't speak Spanish or Portugese and the other people said they did not speak English, bad move. Nobody mixed, the trip became extremely boring, and tiring particularly as two people never kept to time and on a mini-bus thats quite important. we did see,some interesting sites, but we just found it tedious, especially when the driver got last in Vina Del Mar. Roberto tried his best

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