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Santiago: Concha y Toro Vineyard Tour w/ Transfer & Tasting

1. Santiago: Concha y Toro Vineyard Tour w/ Transfer & Tasting

We will visit the major vineyard of Chile and the second in the world Concha y Toro and be getting Pirque town after 40 minutes , the pickup point is your hotel. Visitors will gladly be received in Don Melchor Square by a Guide inviting you to enjoy the panoramic view accompanied by a glass of wine, with it in the hand the visitors walk through the old park, going back in time by appreciating the Pirque Casona (Big house) ,Concha y Toro Family´s residence. Remarkable place where the mayor wine company ,in our country, emerged more than 100 years ago. In the Pirque vineyards you´ll be informed on vides, technological and cultural management which stand for a first quality industrial output. Concha y Toro invites you a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, while you´re witnessing the old legend inside the old facilities. Once the tour is finished, we go back to your hotel.

Santiago: 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Cable Car Ticket

2. Santiago: 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Bus and Cable Car Ticket

Discover some of the most iconic places in Downtown Santiago on this Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour. Explore the Santiago Patrimonial route and the Modern Santiago route to discover the many faces of the city. The routes meet at the famous Cerro San Cristobal, the largest urban park in Latin America. Visit attractions in the park like the Santiago Teleferico cable car and Funicular. Enjoy aerial views or take a panoramic bus ride to the summit of Cerro San Cristóbal, included on your first day. Along the Santiago Patrimonial route, explore the capital city's historic center. Hop off to explore sites like, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Casa Colorada, the Museum of Santiago, the National Historical Museum, the Cerro Santa Lucía, and more. On the Modern Santiago route, visit gastronomic hubs and various residential and commercial neighborhoods. Stop by the Parque Bicentenario, one of the main green areas of the city. Discover the most luxurious shopping center in Chile, the Parque Arauco Mall. The 4 stops on the Santiago Patrimonial route are: - Funicular (connection with the Modern Santiago route) - Plaza de Armas - Plaza de la Constitución - Santa Lucía The 5 stops on the Modern Santiago route are: - Funicular (connection with the Santiago Patrimonial route) - Costanera Center - Isidora Goyenechea - Parque Arauco - Parque Bicentenario Feel free to get on and off the bus as many times as you want along the route, between 9:45 AM and 6:30 PM. Take the time to visit the places that interest you the most and continue the route by boarding any of the following buses that pass by once an hour.

Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery 4–Hour Tour & Sommelier Class

3. Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery 4–Hour Tour & Sommelier Class

Explore the wine scene of Santiago at Concha y Toro Winery. Benefit from pick-up at your hotel and travel by climate-controlled van to the summer residence of the famous wine family. Walk through the gardens and park for a look at the exterior architecture, and continue past 26 types of grape in the Garden of Varieties. Visit the Old Pirque vineyard and get a panoramic view of the Maipo Valley. Move on to the wine cellar of Casillero del Diablo ("Devil's Locker") and listen as your guide tells the history of the area. Enjoy 3 wine tastings before meeting a sommelier to taste 4 premium wine brands served with a selection of cheeses. 

Santiago: Half–Day Santa Rita Vineyard Tour

4. Santiago: Half–Day Santa Rita Vineyard Tour

After pick–up from your hotel in the morning or afternoon in an air–conditioned van, head approximately 40 minutes south of the city. On the road the guide will give you an introduction to the Maipo Valley and the vineyard that you are going to visit. This is a perfect moment to ask questions you may have about the lives of Chileans and their traditions. Close to the vineyard is a little town called Alto Jahuel, where the people of Santiago go to escape the noise of the city. When you arrive at the vineyard, see the majestic landscape and the big house before the tour starts.   Begin your guided tour through the vineyards, starting at the wineries and finishing with the wine bottling process. Visit the historic Bodega 1 made of cal y canto, and the famous national treasure, Bodega de los 120 Patriotas. The tour finishes with an amazing wine tasting of some great aged wines. Afterwards, you have time to buy some souvenirs or if you prefer, some bottles of wine to enjoy later. 

Private-Tour of Chilean Wine Country: Colchagua

5. Private-Tour of Chilean Wine Country: Colchagua

One of the country’s most famous wine regions, the Colchagua Valley, set in the heart of the Central Valley, 100 miles (160 kilometers) from Santiago, is the epicenter of wine production in Chile. Production started here shortly after the Spanish conquest in the mid-16th century with the introduction of vineyards by Jesuit missionaries. The mining boom of the late 19th century brought wealth and noble grapes of French origin. The area is known for its award-winning Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot, Syrah and Carmenere. After a three-hour drive in a private vehicle to Santa Cruz, the region’s capital, we first stop at Viu Manent Vineyard, a model for wine tourism in Chile. Climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage for a remarkable experience visiting the historic Malbec Hall, and gardens. Explore the wine shop and handicraft emporium. The visit ends with a tasting of the vineyard’s best wines. Internationally renowned for the quality of its wines, Viu Manent is particularly famous for its Malbec. After visiting Viu Manent Vineyard, there will be time to have lunch (not included). In the afternoon, we will visit Montes Vineyard, voted #1 winery in South America. With the release of the first Montes Alpha wine in 1988, Montes became the first premium winery of Chile. The premise, a clear belief that Chile had an untapped potential as a producer of quality wines, made them a benchmark for other wineries to follow. Its original four partners’ total involvement and the continuous help of the Angels that decorate their labels was key to their success. Two decades later, Montes is one of the most important wineries of Chile were Aurelio Montes continues leading the winemaking area with the same passion as the day he started. Hard work and total focus on quality has led Montes to become the most successful and respected quality driven winery in Chile as they continue pioneering and breaking new grounds in winemaking. Walk through their beautiful vineyards with a great view of the Valley. Tour the mystical winery where the Premium and Ultra Premium wines are made: Montes Alpha M, Montes Folly, Purple Angel and Montes Alpha. Visit the Barrel Room, where their best wines rest and mature accompanied by Gregorian Chants.

From Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery Tour with Transfer

6. From Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery Tour with Transfer

Enjoy Concha y Toro, Latin America's leading wine producer on this day trip from Santiago. Visit a vineyard that was founded in 1883 and a winery which produces iconic wines like Casillero del Diablo, Don Melchor, and Marques de Casa Concha. Following a pickup from your hotel in Santiago, embark on a 1.5-hour drive to the Vineyard. Once you arrive, meet your guide who will give you a tour in your selected language. Walk through the beautiful gardens of the 19th-century summer residence of the Concha y Toro family. Have around 30 minutes of free time to visit the wine shop and see the variety of local products offered by Concha y Toro. Explore the Grape Variety Garden, where you will find around 26 varieties of grapevines and have a stunning panoramic view of the Maipo Valley. Visit the wine cellars and the Casillero del Diablo, the birthplace of the wine legend. Learn how the world-class brand formed. Taste a selection of three wines throughout this 1-hour tour and receive a gift wine glass before being transferred back at your hotel.

Santiago: Private Pomaire, Isla Negra, and Pablo Neruda Tour

7. Santiago: Private Pomaire, Isla Negra, and Pablo Neruda Tour

Immerse yourself in Chile's history and culture on a private guided trip from Santiago to Isla Negra, the Pablo Neruda Museum, and Pomaire. Learn about Pomaire's clay craftwork, as well as Pablo Neruda's, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, life and work at his dedicated museum on Isla Negra. Start your journey bright and early and head down along the highway of the Sun, heading to Pablo Neruda's house in Isla Negra. Sit back and relax on the 1.5-hour long journey, taking in the expansive Chilean landscape en route. Arrive at Isla Negra, where Pablo Neruda built his house. Converted into a house-museum, the author's previous home holds numerous treasures and objects, collections of bottles, shells, and an imposing figurehead - all of which were a constant source of inspiration for the famous poet. Stop for lunch at your own expense before starting your return trip. On the way back to Santiago, visit the famous and traditional town of Pomaire. Called a Chilean typical zone, the main characteristic of Pomaire is its clay crafts.

From Santiago: Sunset Valle Nevado in the Andes Mountains

8. From Santiago: Sunset Valle Nevado in the Andes Mountains

The tour will start by picking up all customers from their respective hotels and will go directly to a viewpoint on the mountain. Then you will continue up the mountain towards Valle Nevado to enjoy the mountainous summer climate. The tour guide will help you move around Valle Nevado and take pictures. The Transport van will be available as a support place for any urgent need. After the visit to Valle Nevado, there is a stop in the town of Farellones to see the viewpoint and to participate in the picnic. Afterwards, everyone will be taken back to their hotel.

Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audioguide

9. Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audioguide

Meet the city at your own pace on the only Big Bus in Chile. With the Hop-On Hop-Off Classic Edition you can tour Santiago with 11 stops, which include the Historic Center, parks, shopping centers and main attractions. You can go up and down as many times as you want during 1 full day.

Private Tour of Isla Negra, San Alfonso & Pomaire

10. Private Tour of Isla Negra, San Alfonso & Pomaire

Following pick-up from your Santiago hotel, board the air-conditioned minivan and head towards the central Chilean coast. Upon arrival in Isla Negra, spend about 1.5 hours visiting Pablo Neruda's former home. Explore its personal artifacts, including his collection of ship figureheads and ships in bottles. Drive through some little towns, such as El Tabo, El Quisco and Canelo. Spend the second part of the day at Algarrobo and San Alfonso del Mar, home to the second largest swimming pool in the world and a variety of marine life. Head to Pomaire and take a break for lunch or to explore its famous clay scene. Next, take a walking tour around the craft market to see the variety of designs made by local artists. After driving back to Santiago, end your tour with a drop off at your hotel or meeting point.

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We learn about wine making ar this old Vinyard that has been in operation in late 1800s. The docent who explained the process was knowledgeable. We had wine tasting and could keep the wine glass as the souvenir. The visit to the Temple of Bahamian has a lot of time for us to explore the garden, structure and architecture by ourself. It was newly opened in 2016 and one of the world 8 temples and only one in South America. The view is spectacular due to it is located on the foothill of the Andes mountain range. The structure looks like flowers with 9 petals, inside was claded with marble but outside was of manufactured glass which was very interesting. It is not transparent but translucent.

the trip was great. however you're really just paying for a lift there and back. obviously the entry is included. but if you can get to the vineyard wouldn't be missing out on anything. but still really good and I'm glad it spent the money

Beautiful area and our guide was truly special. Sean speaks perfect English and shared so much information with us. He even took pictures of our group with his own camera and emailed them to us. Exceptional!

Lovely winery, beautiful views, pleasant way to spend the afternoon! The tour was not too long, there was a nice amount of time to walk around and explore and the wine was delicious!

Nerudas house is a must see. Our guide and driver were fantastic.