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Santiago: Sky Costanera Level 61 and 62 Entry Ticket

1. Santiago: Sky Costanera Level 61 and 62 Entry Ticket

Take an elevator into the clouds as you ascend Santiago's iconic Sky Costanera skyscraper. Holding the title of Latin America's tallest building, a ride up to the 61st floor is a must for all visitors to Santiago. Look out over miles of Chilean landscapes from the observation deck — a heart-stopping moment not to be forgotten. Dominating the skyline, the Sky Costanera structure towers over the financial district at a staggering 980 feet. Feel the world at your feet and enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding Andes mountains with breathtaking 360-degree panoramas at your disposal. By day or by night, the experience is picture-perfect. Take the time to look at the maps and through the deck's telescopes to find Santiago's major landmarks. If you have the time, watch the sun set behind the mountains for an extra dose of the awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping.

From Santiago: Concha y Toro Half-Day Winery Tasting Tour

2. From Santiago: Concha y Toro Half-Day Winery Tasting Tour

In this tour, you can meet the Viña Concha y Toro up close. This tour will allow you to see how the wine of this renowned Chilean vineyard is made, walk its 19th century gardens, its cultivated land with more than 25 different vines, and its old cellars which keep the Casillero del Diablo legend, Concha y Toro's most recognized wine worldwide. Choose the time that suits you better.

From Santiago: Concha y Toro Marqués Half-Day Wine Tasting

3. From Santiago: Concha y Toro Marqués Half-Day Wine Tasting

Discover Chilean wine culture on this tour from Santiago. Try 7 wines paired with cheese and presented by a sommelier. Meet your guide in Santiago and experience Viña Concha y Toro wines. Enjoy a 7-glass tasting, 4 of which are from the Premium Marqués Casa Concha line. Enjoy your wine served with a variety of cheeses and guided by an expert sommelier. Also, see the gardens and large colonial house and learn about the famous legend of Casillero del Diablo. Take home a glass souvenir to end your tour.

From Santiago: Portillo Inca Lagoon and San Esteban Vineyard

4. From Santiago: Portillo Inca Lagoon and San Esteban Vineyard

Start with pickup from your hotel in Santiago by a professional guide. Travel through spectacular scenery to one of the most beautiful lagoons in the Andes mountains, Portilla Inca Lagoon. Capture photographs of the water’s iridescent turquoise surface and listen to poignant legends of Incan royalty. Marvel at the archaeological park located in a hill in the middle of San Esteban Vineyard in which you will explore walking trails and find its various petroglyphs which belong to the Aconcagua culture. Ascend to the vertiginous altitude of Hotel Portillo ski resort to take in the verdant beauty of San Esteban Vineyard before pleasuring enjoying some samples of local wine.

Private Tour of Isla Negra, San Alfonso & Pomaire

5. 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.

Valparaíso tour and Casablanca wine tasting experience

6. Valparaíso tour and Casablanca wine tasting experience

We start this experience visiting this unique and vibrant Fish Market where you can see the boats arriving with the fresh fish and seafood. I invite you to explore this fishing cove, where you’ll get a real feel for Chile’s quirky seafaring side. Buy or sample freshly-caught seafood at the market and enjoy the fishermen's banter. Then we'll scout two of the most famous and eclectic hills: Cerro Concepción and Cerro Alegre. Afterwards, you will enjoy local cuisine inspired by the fresh seafood & fish, seasonal produce and fine coastal white wines in one of the various restaurants nestled in these picturesque hills. Quaint hillside 'ascensores' (funiculars) will bring you up into the city's steep hills, where a maze of narrow streets and alleys reveals brightly colored buildings, bohemian cafes, elegant restaurants, and of course we'll explore the street art on these vibrant hidden alleyways. *Itinerary: You'll get picked up in the morning at Santiago (or Valparaíso, or Viña del Mar) 1) Fish Market (Caleta Portales) Stop: 50 minutes -Enjoy visiting this Fish Market just by the ocean where fisherman line their old and colourful boats side by side selling their daily catch. 2) Templeman Lane Stop: 25 minutes -This is the beginning of this unique walking tour where the street art on the walls is constantly surprising us with its majesty. You'll know the famous "Red Door" in this lane. 3) Paseo Galvez Stop: 20 minutes -More murals and also many handcrafts shops available to see more about Chilean artisans. Learn about our national stone "Lapis-lazuli". 4) Paseo Gervasoni Stop: 20 minutes -Walking tour showing architecture and street art. 5) Ascensor Concepción (elevator/lift) Stop: 20 minutes - A short but steep ride down and back to the original point. We'll also walk on downtown streets to see the relevant architecture of the early 1900s. 6) Paseo Atkinson Stop: 15 minutes -Walking tour showing architecture, street art and musicians performing their instruments. 7) Piano keyboard stairway Stop: 10 minutes -Take photos of this iconic stairway that resembles a piano keyboard. 8) Paseo Dimalow Stop: 15 minutes -Walking tour showing architecture and street art 9) Sotomayor Square (pass by) -We'll visit the main Valparaíso square where it's possible to see the building of the Chilean Navy Headquarters and the monument of the heroes of the Pacific Ocean War. 10) Lunch break (not included in the price of this tour), and after lunch we'll head towards Casablanca Valley to visit one of the most relevant and important wineries in Chile. 11) Visit to Bodegas RE (Casablanca) Stop: 1 hour and 15 minutes -Guided tour and tasting of 3 wines: RE Pinotel - RE Doble - RE Cabergnan plus a board of bread, cheese, dehydrated fruit, olives, RE olive oil and RE balsamic wine. -Visit to the garden of ancestral varieties, the liquor room and the underground cellar of oak barrels with the massive clay fermentation amphoras. 12) Back to the hotel and drop off.

Bahá'i Temple and Cousiño Macul Vineyard

7. Bahá'i Temple and Cousiño Macul Vineyard

History, architecture and wine. A combination that you cannot miss! We start our day in the direction of Viña Cousiño Macul, founded in 1856 and being one of the oldest vineyards in the Maipo Valley. The architecture of this place has a beautiful French style with a stone base and brick vaults glued with mortar (a mixture of lime, sand and egg white). Here you can enjoy a tour, learn about the history and taste its exquisite varieties of wine. Then, we will visit the Bahá`i House of Worship, the first in South America. An imposing place that stands out for its architecture and lighting, here you can connect with yourself in a calm and serene environment. Located in the foothills of the Andes, it also gives you a spectacular panoramic view of Santiago.

Santiago: Private City Tour with Optional Lunch and Winery

8. Santiago: Private City Tour with Optional Lunch and Winery

Discover Santiago's mix of colonial mansions and modern skyscrapers on a private half-day or full-day tour. Beneift from the flexibility to custom-make your day according to your likings of the suggested trip itinerary. Start with a visit to the Club Hípico de Santiago to marvel at a replica of one of the most beautiful equestrian clubs in France. Venture over to the old upscale neighborhood of the city center and be mesmerized by its architecture. Then explore the civic center, including the cathedral, parade ground, and Palacio de La Moneda. Depending on which option you choose, climb to the top of San Cristobal Hill in the biggest urban park in Santiago or the Santa Lucia Hill (or both). Visit a traditional craft shop and arrive at the Mercado Central (Central Market). If opting for the half-day tour, this is a good place to enjoy a typical lunch at your own expense. If you choose the full-day option with a winery visit, head south for lunch at a country restaurant surrounded by nature. After lunch, choose between a visit to the Santa Rita, Concha y Toro, or Undurraga wineries for wine tastings and a tour of the wine estate. Finish the day with a visit to the top of the Sky Costanera (if option selected).

Santiago: Tour to Valparaiso and Casablanca

9. Santiago: Tour to Valparaiso and Casablanca

Your tour will begin as you head to Valparaiso, the main port of Chile and one of the most important since the conquest of America. Its incomparable patrimonial wealth is why UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 2003. Throughout this tour, you will walk down the streets and hills of Valparaiso, which are sure to surprise you with history hiding behind every corner. You will discover old elevators, colorful stairways, and viewpoints of the endless sea. You will also explore the colorful hills with their unique architecture, many of which are decorated with well-adorned graffiti made by famous local and international artists. The next visit will be to one of the most beautiful vineyards in Casablanca Valley, where you will taste their delicious wines also have access to sale prices at the store. This 9-hour, small-group tour will eventually end with drop off back at the cruise ship terminal in San Antonio port, at the specific time requested.

Santiago Cathedral's Bell Tower Official Tour

10. Santiago Cathedral's Bell Tower Official Tour

On this tour, you will explore the Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago. Through extensive stairs, you will ascend to the bell tower and then reach an incredible viewpoint at the top of the temple. From here, you will have the best view of Santiago's historic center, with an amazing panoramic view of Plaza de Armas and the surrounding buildings such as the Municipality of Santiago, Correos de Chile, and the National Historical Museum, among others. The history of the Metropolitan Cathedral dates back to 1745 when the construction of the current temple began, which became the fifth church built on this site, facing Plaza de Armas. It was finally consecrated in 1775, and a few years later, Italian architect Joaquín Toesca was in charge of the construction of the current facade. The Cathedral was declared a Historic Monument of Chile on July 6, 1951. * Exclusive tour for individuals over 12 years old.

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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.

We had a fantastic time with our guide Julio! We loved the whole day. We started with a beautiful vineyard and great wine, saw llamas and had an empanada lunch, and spent the afternoon immersed in the Andes.

Lovely landscape, gorgeous experience!! You can see an amazing view of all Santiago. I recommend going to top at 20.00 hrs.

A perfect day with an excellent guide. Beautiful images, interesting places, a lot to learn. The wine excellent as well!

Worth the price, and more if you go to the included tour once you're in the last flor