Santiago Chile City Tour

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This Santiago Chile city tour will allow you to see a city founded by Spanish Conquistador Pedro de Valdivia on 12 February 1541. The city lies in the center of the Santiago Basin, a large bowl-shaped valley surrounded by mountains and has a population of,428,590 inhabitants (according to data collected in the 2002 census by the National Institute of Statistics). In this tour visit Santiago’s most important historical sites, including the downtown area surrounding the Plaza de Armas and the La Moneda Presidential Palace; by the Mercado Central; some of the city’s lesser known barrios such as República, Concha y Toro, and Lastarria; walk around the varied styles of architecture dating back to the 19th and early 20th century; the Bellas Artes Museum; Cerro San Cristobal; La Chascona, the former home of Chile’s beloved poet, Nobel Laureate Pablo Neruda; and the picturesque Los Dominicos Craft Market where over 150 Chilean artists’ handicrafts are displayed.

 1 days - 0 nights 


Day 1: Santiago

Have a day in Santiago, Chile? Take a private city tour of the capital and visit some of its historic sites. We will pick you up from your hotel (or the airport if you have a day in Santiago) and show you the metropolitan city of Santiago. In this t more...

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Rodrigo Raiver Brazil 07-14-2013 - Gracias por todo!! El mejor city tour de Santiago!
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