A unique city with a special charm
Chile's capital city is the cosmopolitan, financial, cultural, and political center of the country. It's graced with tree-lined streets, parks, distinctive neighborhoods, ample variety of restaurants and hotels. In addition to its own attractions, Santiago is close to ski centers, beaches and the ideal gateway for excursions into nearby valleys and both extremes of Chile, North and South.
To experience and feel this city, we will walk and drive through places that expose the visitor to the real Chile. Traditional markets where locals buy meat, fruit, veggies and of course fresh seafood that it comes from the Pacific at just about 1-hour away. We will see the most important historical places in downtown such as the former Parliament of Chile, the Main Square known as "Plaza de Armas", Museum of National History, Post Office Headquarters, Presidential Palace La Moneda, the new Cultural Center La Moneda, the Colonial San Francisco Church, our National Library and Park Metropolitano
City center of Santiago, Presidential Palace of La Moneda, Plaza de Armas and Cathedral, former Congress of Chile, Main Markets, seafood and farmer's market, Park Metropolitano Northern part river side and park Forestal. . .
Modern Santiago and financial center.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
My customer will get around in a Modern and very clean Vehicles Kia Sportage 2015 with Air Condition with capacity for 4 people, or Kia Grand Carnival 2015 capacity up 4 persons with large trunk or Mercedez Benz Sprinter 2015 capacity up to 10 people, If the numbers of the participants is bigger, Please ask for the cost
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15000 Pesos - You will need a few Chilean pesos for Lunch or Snack
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Leoncio is an excellent guide. He is knowledgeable, polite, and accommodating to our interests. He show us Santiago from the heights, and walked with us through the government building and market areas of the city. As a life long resident of the city, he spoke of changes good and bad, leaving us with a feeling of learning more than books can teach.