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Panoramic Andes Winter

Panoramic Andes Winter

This tour is specially designed thinking of those who are seeking to discover the amazing Andes mountains and wish to enjoy its marvelous scenery, but do not necessarily want to take part in sporting activities. The trip will take you up a stunning mountain road towards Farellones, the first winter season town in Chile, and …

Viña del Mar & Valparaíso

Viña del Mar & Valparaíso

The coastal cities of Valparaíso and Viña del Mar are located only 90 minutes from Santiago; the trip towards them takes you through the central valley, famous for its wines, fruits, and cheese. Valparaíso, declared in 2003 by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site due to its exceptional testimony of the first phase of …

Concha y Toro Winery

Concha y Toro Winery

Concha y Toro, one of the world’s most important wineries, is located in the picturesque rural setting of Pirque, only 1 hour out of Santiago. Here you will learn about the growth and development of the vines, and will be able to visit its ancient cellars which include the “Casillero del Diablo” (Devil’s Cellar) in …

Santiago Hop on – Hop off

Santiago Hop on – Hop off

This service allows you to discover this wonderful city with added depth and greater flexibility aboard the same red double deck buses which you can find in cities such as New York, London, Madrid & Paris. You can hop on and off as many times as you like along the circuit between 9:30 AM & 6:00PM …

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Featured attractions

Central Market of Santiago

Central Market of Santiago

One of the most attractive places to visit is the Central Market of Santiago. A place to enjoy the various colors, flavors and the unmistakable aromas deriving from Chile’s extensive seaside. Within its quarters you can purchase an ample variety of fresh sea products, as well as enjoy the delicious preparations which form part of …

Plaza de Armas

Plaza de Armas

The Plaza de Armas represents the real heart of Santiago. This type of square exists throughout Chile due to the fact that when the Spaniards established cities, they always used this point as the axis of their square plans. From the TURISTIK Plaza de Armas Stop (Monjitas Street across from #821) you will be able …

Santa Lucía Hill

Santa Lucía Hill

The Cerro Santa Lucia is a cultural icon of the city of Santiago. It was at the top of this place that the conqueror Pedro de Valdivia founded the city on February 12, 1541, beginning the Spanish colonial period. Today many people still call the mountain by its original name, Welen, that in Mapuche language …

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