An unique city with a special charm
Chile's capital city is the most Cosmopolitan place people can imagine. Modern arcquitecture, Green open spaces, bustling streets, mountain scenery sourrounded by Andes picks and historic heritage make of Santiago a place to explore.
In order to experience and feel this city, we will walk and drive through places that expose visitors to the real cultural country Chile it is today. Traditional markets where local people buy meat, fruit, veggies, fresh seafood and fish from the Pacific at just about 1-hour away. Tour comprehends important historic landmarks in downtown such as the former building of Parliament of Chile, Main Square or "Plaza de Armas", Museum of National History building, Post Office Headquarters, Presidential Palace La Moneda, Plaza de la constitución, San Francisco colonial times Church, first National Library , Barrio Bellavista, Lastarria, Parque Forestal, Providencia and its financial district so called "Sanhattan" and more. . .
City center of Santiago, Presidential Palace of La Moneda, Plaza de Armas and Cathedral, former Congress of Chile, Main Markets, seafood and farmer's, Northern river side and park Forestal, Bellavista and Lastarria neighbourhood, Lapislázuli Factory, Providencia, Financial district or WTC as part of the new Santiago.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Anywhere within santiago's location, International airport, bus terminal.
End location: Anywhere within Santiago's location, International airport, bus terminal.
Duration: 6 hours
My costumer will get around in a brand new van for up to 6 people capacity...
More tan six a minibus is considered as a transportation method.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15000 Pesos - You will need a few Chilean pesos for Lunch or Snack
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Landing in Santiago at 08.30 after a (terrific- thank you, BA) 14 hour flight from London, we were whisked away in Juan Carlos' car at 11.00, & given an overview of Santiago, with great commentary. We felt we had a good grasp of the city. The focus of the tour was the amazing food markets - oh! and flowers! - of Santiago, stopping for tastes from the olive shop where JC buys his olives - fantastic! & a brilliant informed introduction to fruit sellers & fish mongers. Fabulous fish based lunch. Great guide.