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Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audio Guide

Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audio Guide

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.

Santiago: Highlights Private City Tour

Santiago: Highlights Private City Tour

Discover Santiago, the heart of Chile, on a captivating city tour that weaves together history, culture, and natural beauty. From the moment you step onto the streets of Santiago, you'll be immersed in a journey that promises unforgettable memories. The tour begins by riding the cable-car at San Cristobal Hill, while you enjoy a panoramic view of the majestic Andes mountains. Gaze at their snow/glacier-capped peaks and the cityscape below, offering a striking contrast that's unique to Santiago. Stroll through Santiago's historic neighborhoods like Barrio Lastarria and Bellavista, where the city's rich history comes to life. Admire charming architecture, vibrant street art, and bustling markets. Immerse yourself in Chilean culture with visits to iconic landmarks such as La Moneda Palace, the heart of Chilean politics, and the stunning Metropolitan Cathedral. Learn about the city's past and present and how "santiaguinos" experience their daily life. In case you want to savor the flavors of Chile, pay a visit to a traditional food market. Taste authentic empanadas and "mote con huesillos". Itinerary: 1. Start your day by being picked up at any hotel around Santiago Centro (Downtown), Providencia, Las Condes or Vitacura. 2. Then you will be taken at the viewpoint of San Cristobal Hill, where the breathtaking Andes mountain range provides a jaw-dropping backdrop to the city of Santiago. Capture stunning photos and take in the awe-inspiring natural beauty. 3. After riding the funicular down, wander through the streets of Barrio Bellavista, home to Pablo Neruda's La Chascona, a must-see for literature and art enthusiasts (optional). Then, walk around Barrio Lastarria, an area known for its cultural and artistic scene. Admire classic and contemporary architecture, street art, and charming cafes. 4. Later, delve into Chile's political history with a visit to La Moneda Palace, the Presidential Palace. Learn about Chile's past, including the 1973 military coup that unfolded within its walls (from outside). 5. Afterwards, explore the grand Metropolitan Cathedral, a stunning example of neoclassical architecture. Discover its rich history and religious significance in Chile. 6. Finally, indulge your taste buds by visiting some locals markets and give a try to some culinary delights, from empanadas to traditional completos, the chilean type of hotdogs. 7. Conclude by being dropped off at any hotel around Santiago Centro (Downtown), Providencia, Las Condes or Vitacura.

Santiago | La Moneda | Main square | Precolumbian Museum

Santiago | La Moneda | Main square | Precolumbian Museum

You will be picked up by your guide in your hotel and driven around Santiago for 30 minutes to understand the city order and highlights. We will stop for an hour around Casa de Moneda, the gouvernment siege and eternal actor of the chilean history. After a walk that includes Plaza de la Constitución(Constitution Square); The main Square(Plaza de Armas)and a coffee stop, we will head to the chilean precolumbian arts museum, one of the finest chilean museums. Your guide will take you back to your hotel, where the tour ends.

Santiago : Highlights Walking Tour With A Guide

Santiago : Highlights Walking Tour With A Guide

Experience the best of Santiago with a private tour that takes you through the heart of the city. Your journey begins at Plaza de Armas, the historic main square, where you'll learn about Santiago's fascinating past and admire stunning architecture. Visit the Ex Congreso Nacional and the Compania de Jesus Church to delve into the city's 19th-century history. Explore the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, showcasing significant art from Native American cultures. Stroll through the Centro Cultural Palacio de la Moneda and the bustling Santiago Stock Exchange, experiencing the old financial district's charm. Enjoy the picturesque Barrio Paris Londres and visit the Church of San Francisco, the oldest in Santiago. End your tour with panoramic views from Cerro Santa Lucia and immerse yourself in the vibrant Barrio Lastarria, filled with restaurants, bars, and cultural activities. Relish recommendations for local dishes, craft beers, wines, and piscos from your expert guides.

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino: Our most recommended tours and activities

Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audio Guide

Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audio Guide

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.

Santiago: Highlights Private City Tour

Santiago: Highlights Private City Tour

Discover Santiago, the heart of Chile, on a captivating city tour that weaves together history, culture, and natural beauty. From the moment you step onto the streets of Santiago, you'll be immersed in a journey that promises unforgettable memories. The tour begins by riding the cable-car at San Cristobal Hill, while you enjoy a panoramic view of the majestic Andes mountains. Gaze at their snow/glacier-capped peaks and the cityscape below, offering a striking contrast that's unique to Santiago. Stroll through Santiago's historic neighborhoods like Barrio Lastarria and Bellavista, where the city's rich history comes to life. Admire charming architecture, vibrant street art, and bustling markets. Immerse yourself in Chilean culture with visits to iconic landmarks such as La Moneda Palace, the heart of Chilean politics, and the stunning Metropolitan Cathedral. Learn about the city's past and present and how "santiaguinos" experience their daily life. In case you want to savor the flavors of Chile, pay a visit to a traditional food market. Taste authentic empanadas and "mote con huesillos". Itinerary: 1. Start your day by being picked up at any hotel around Santiago Centro (Downtown), Providencia, Las Condes or Vitacura. 2. Then you will be taken at the viewpoint of San Cristobal Hill, where the breathtaking Andes mountain range provides a jaw-dropping backdrop to the city of Santiago. Capture stunning photos and take in the awe-inspiring natural beauty. 3. After riding the funicular down, wander through the streets of Barrio Bellavista, home to Pablo Neruda's La Chascona, a must-see for literature and art enthusiasts (optional). Then, walk around Barrio Lastarria, an area known for its cultural and artistic scene. Admire classic and contemporary architecture, street art, and charming cafes. 4. Later, delve into Chile's political history with a visit to La Moneda Palace, the Presidential Palace. Learn about Chile's past, including the 1973 military coup that unfolded within its walls (from outside). 5. Afterwards, explore the grand Metropolitan Cathedral, a stunning example of neoclassical architecture. Discover its rich history and religious significance in Chile. 6. Finally, indulge your taste buds by visiting some locals markets and give a try to some culinary delights, from empanadas to traditional completos, the chilean type of hotdogs. 7. Conclude by being dropped off at any hotel around Santiago Centro (Downtown), Providencia, Las Condes or Vitacura.

Santiago | La Moneda | Main square | Precolumbian Museum

Santiago | La Moneda | Main square | Precolumbian Museum

You will be picked up by your guide in your hotel and driven around Santiago for 30 minutes to understand the city order and highlights. We will stop for an hour around Casa de Moneda, the gouvernment siege and eternal actor of the chilean history. After a walk that includes Plaza de la Constitución(Constitution Square); The main Square(Plaza de Armas)and a coffee stop, we will head to the chilean precolumbian arts museum, one of the finest chilean museums. Your guide will take you back to your hotel, where the tour ends.

Santiago : Highlights Walking Tour With A Guide

Santiago : Highlights Walking Tour With A Guide

Experience the best of Santiago with a private tour that takes you through the heart of the city. Your journey begins at Plaza de Armas, the historic main square, where you'll learn about Santiago's fascinating past and admire stunning architecture. Visit the Ex Congreso Nacional and the Compania de Jesus Church to delve into the city's 19th-century history. Explore the Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, showcasing significant art from Native American cultures. Stroll through the Centro Cultural Palacio de la Moneda and the bustling Santiago Stock Exchange, experiencing the old financial district's charm. Enjoy the picturesque Barrio Paris Londres and visit the Church of San Francisco, the oldest in Santiago. End your tour with panoramic views from Cerro Santa Lucia and immerse yourself in the vibrant Barrio Lastarria, filled with restaurants, bars, and cultural activities. Relish recommendations for local dishes, craft beers, wines, and piscos from your expert guides.

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Overall rating

2.6
(11 reviews)

It was very good and well organized. Especially Camilla was very friendly and helpfull. When you are a tourist in Santiago, I think you have to do a city tour at least once

Please announce to guests to keep your voice down. Annoying when they don’t use earphones and talk loudly. Guides were great! Patient and informative.

The tour guide of the program is so sincere and kind. He explains well and speaks English fluently. Thanks to you, I have a good time👍

Extraordinary. The guide made it very enjoyable and interesting and attractive. We were interested from start to finish.

Thanks from a great and immersive tour. Would highly recommend.