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Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audioguide

1. Santiago: Hop-on Hop-off Bus Day Ticket with Audioguide

Get to know some of the most iconic places in Downtown Santiago, on the only Hop On- Hop Off in Chile. This special post Covid version will allow you to discover the city in one of our London style buses trough two circuits, the routes converge in the number 1 spot to visit, according to Trip Advisor, The Cerro San Cristobal- which is the largest urban park in Latin America. Here you will be able to visit the various attractions that the park has, such as Santiago Teleférico, riding a cable car and enjoying panoramic views from the air or taking a Panoramic Bus arriving at the summit of Cerro San Cristóbal. We begin our trip on the 'Santiago Patrimonial' route, which will take you on 4 stops so that you may get to know the capital city´s historic center, which you can explore on your own: the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Central Post Office, the Casa Colorada and the Museum of Santiago, the former National Congress, the Royal House of Customs and the Pre-Columbian Museum, the Courts of Justice, the National Historical Museum, the Government Palace, the Cerro Santa Lucía and much more. We continue the experience in the eastern sector of the capital, on the 'Modern Santiago' route. We will visit different gastronomic hubs, as well as various residential and commercial neighborhoods, where you will be able to walk around getting to know on your own time, in any of the 5 stops. During this route you will visit the Parque Bicentenario, one of the main green areas of the city, there are two lagoons where black-necked swans, flamingos, herons and fish coexist, trails to walk across the park, and an amphitheater. In addition, we will visit the most luxurious shopping center in Chile, the Parque Arauco Mall, here you will find some of the best brands and a diverse variety in products and souvenirs. With an entertainment hub that includes an open-air boulevard with some of the finest cuisine, a cinema, theater and the Turistik Info center (located at the Boulevard entrance). The 4 stops on the Hop On-Hop Off for the 'Santiago Patrimonial' route are: - Funicular (connection with the 'Modern Santiago' route) - Plaza de Armas - Plaza de la Constitución - Santa Lucía The 5 stops on the 'Modern Santiago' route are: - Funicular (connection with the 'Santiago Patrimonial' route) - Costanera Center - Isidora Goyenechea - Parque Arauco - Parque Bicentenario You can get on and off the bus as many times as you want along the route, between 9:45 AM and 6:00 PM. Take the time to visit the places that interest you the most and continue the route by boarding any of the following buses that pass approximately every 60 minutes. In order for your tour to be the most profitable, we recommend you take these considerations: Start with what is closest to you. You can get on and off as many times as you want during the day, on either of the two routes. Enjoy your experience, dedicate the appropriate time to discover each place calmy, and make the most out of your visit

Concha y Toro: Guided Premium Marques Wine & Cheese Tasting

2. Concha y Toro: Guided Premium Marques Wine & Cheese Tasting

Discover the verdant vineyards of the Pirque rural zone on this guided tour from Santiago. Visit the Viña Concha y Toro winery and savor traditional wines and sample wines from the innovative Marqués de Casa Concha line. Take home a free wine glass as a gift.   Board a spacious and climate-controlled bus in Santiago and be whisked away into the scenic Pirque rural zone. Admire mountain views on the hour-long ride to the picturesque Viña Concha y Toro winery.  Step into one of the one of most important vineyards in the world on a guided tour. Take in the beautiful gardens in the old summer Estate which date back to the end of the 19th century.  Admire 24 different strains of wine grapes. Learn about how the vines are cared for to ensure that they produce high-quality yields. Visit the old cellars including the “Casillero del Diablo” which is known for its history and a local legend. Under the guidance of a sommelier, taste 3 traditional wines and four premium Marqués Casa Concha wines. Compliment the wines with a fine selection of cheeses. Return to your meeting point at the end of your tasting experience. 

Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery 4–Hour Tour & Sommelier Class

3. Santiago: Concha y Toro Winery 4–Hour Tour & Sommelier Class

Explore the wine scene of Santiago at Concha y Toro Winery. Benefit from pick-up at your hotel and travel by climate-controlled van to the summer residence of the famous wine family. Walk through the gardens and park for a look at the exterior architecture, and continue past 26 types of grape in the Garden of Varieties. Visit the Old Pirque vineyard and get a panoramic view of the Maipo Valley. Move on to the wine cellar of Casillero del Diablo ("Devil's Locker") and listen as your guide tells the history of the area. Enjoy 3 wine tastings before meeting a sommelier to taste 4 premium wine brands served with a selection of cheeses. 

Santiago: Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour

4. Santiago: Hop-On-Hop-Off Tour

Discover some of the most iconic places in Downtown Santiago on this Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour. Explore the Santiago Patrimonial route and the Modern Santiago route to discover the many faces of the city. The routes converge at the famous Cerro San Cristobal, the largest urban park in Latin America. Here, you can visit the various attractions that the park has to offer, such as the Santiago Teleferico cable car. Enjoy panoramic views from the air or take a panoramic bus ride to arrive at the summit of Cerro San Cristóbal. Along the Santiago Patrimonial route, explore the capital city's historic center. Hop off to explore sites like, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Casa Colorada, the Museum of Santiago, the National Historical Museum, the Cerro Santa Lucía, and more. On the Modern Santiago route, visit gastronomic hubs and various residential and commercial neighborhoods. Stop by the Parque Bicentenario, one of the main green areas of the city. Discover the most luxurious shopping center in Chile, the Parque Arauco Mall. The 4 stops on the Santiago Patrimonial route are: - Funicular (connection with the Modern Santiago route) - Plaza de Armas - Plaza de la Constitución - Santa Lucía The 5 stops on the Modern Santiago route are: - Funicular (connection with the Santiago Patrimonial route) - Costanera Center - Isidora Goyenechea - Parque Arauco - Parque Bicentenario

Santiago: Cajon del Maipo Hot Springs & Barbecue Experience

5. Santiago: Cajon del Maipo Hot Springs & Barbecue Experience

Discover Cajón del Maipo on a day trip from Santiago. Relax in the medicinal hot springs, enjoy a traditional Chilean barbecue, and see the stunning Veil of the Bride waterfall.  Leave Santiago early morning, and head into the Andes to see a majestic sunrise. Cross the old train line and the Maipo river to enter Cajón del Maipo. Drive past picturesque towns before stopping at a restaurant for a delicious buffet breakfast. As you eat, marvel at a view of the volcano.  After breakfast, continue through the hills in a safari-style Jeep to the natural hot springs of Termas Valle de Colina. Relax in any of the 7 pools with temperatures ranging from 130ºF to 86ºF, heated by the nearby volcano. When you're ready, continue to several viewpoints and enjoy panoramic vistas of the volcano and mountains. Head back to the restaurant to enjoy a Chilean barbecue or empanadas, depending on the season and weather. As you eat, drink wines from central and southern Chile. Once you've finished eating, drive to the roaring Veil of the Bride waterfall, fed by the water from a nearby glacier. Return to Santiago in the afternoon.

San Cristobal Hill Night Tour with Dinner Show

6. San Cristobal Hill Night Tour with Dinner Show

Experience nighttime views of Santiago from the most popular viewpoints of the city, including San Cristobal Hill. Enjoy traditional Chilean cuisine at one of the most innovative culinary centers in the city, along with a folklore show. This 4.5-hour tour is the perfect way to end a busy day of sightseeing. Head to the top of San Cristobal Hill and then to the Civic Center, where you’ll see La Moneda Palace, Plaza de la Constitución, the Municipal Theater, and Mercado Central. Afterwards, head to the upper town, where you’ll find the city’s top restaurants. Enjoy dinner and a show at El Apero.

From Santiago: Valparaiso and Viña del Mar Day Tour

7. From Santiago: Valparaiso and Viña del Mar Day Tour

Starting from your hotel in Santiago, meet your guide and travel 120 km to the Pacific Ocean through the Curacavi Valley where you will have the chance to see diverse scenery. On the road, stop in the typical hostelry Millahue for the chance to taste the typical Chilean drink, the "chicha". Arrive in Valparaiso and admire the amazing houses on the hills. Take a sightseeing tour of Victoria Square, Sotomayor Square, the naval heroes monument, and the May 21st Lookout. Take a walk into the hills, using 1 or 2 elevators or explore the bay area. Next stop in Viña del Mar, the city known as the Garden City. Explore some remarkable locations in the resort town including the floral clock, the Casino, and Reñaca beach where you'll have time to stop for lunch at your own expense. After lunch, spend a bit more free time to enjoy relaxing on the beach. Finally, before taking the coast road back to Santiago, stop at the Quinta Vergara, a place known for the international song festival. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel in Santiago.

Santiago: Main Chilean Wineries Private Half-Day Tours

8. Santiago: Main Chilean Wineries Private Half-Day Tours

Following an early pickup from your hotel in Santiago, begin your private tour of Chile's fantastic wine industry. During the day, find out about wine history in Santiago with your guide, and after a tour in the winery of your choice, savor a typical lunch in a local restaurant. The tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel. There are 4 wineries to choose from, all with wine tasting included: • Santa Rita — Discover over 135 years of winemaking tradition at Santa Rita Winery, one of the top wineries in the Maipo Valley. Take a guided tour through the grape variety garden and the vineyards. Learn about the process of winemaking, including the cellaring and bottling of the wines. • Undurraga — Explore wine cellars with more than 130 years of experience and have the chance to understand the production process of their unique wines. Visit the Parque de la Viña, created by the French landscape architect George Henry Dubois, who also designed the Parque Forestal de Santiago. When visiting the vineyards, learn about the soils and identify the different grapes that Undurraga cultivates in the various gardens. • Concha y Toro — Take the chance to walk through the beautiful gardens and the park of what used to be the summer residence of the Concha y Toro family towards the end of the 19th century. Find out where Concha y Toro wines come from in the Grape Variety Garden, where you'll discover around 26 varieties of wine grapes and a panoramic view of Maipo Valley. Visit the Old Pirque vineyard and the wine cellars, including the centenarian Casillero del Diablo, the birthplace of the wine legend. • Cousiño Macul — Visit the traditional winery of Cousiño Macul, which holds true to a more than 100-year-old tradition of grape growing, and is recognized as one of the oldest wineries in the country. The cellar is made of Cal y Canto — a mixture of lime, sand, and egg white — and is one of the most beautiful examples of this style in Chile. Explore the winemaking process and learn about the huge contrast in equipment used in old wineries such as these, and the newer equipment most modern wineries now use.

Baha'i Temple & Haras de Pirque: Wine & Reflection Tour

9. Baha'i Temple & Haras de Pirque: Wine & Reflection Tour

Take a day to relax and enjoy the peace that can be found so close to Santiago on this inspirational tour to the Baha’i Temple and Haras de Pirque Vineyard in the Maipo Valley. After your hotel pick up, we will visit the Baha’i Temple for some peace and reflection. Located at the foothills of the Andes, the Temple opened its doors in 2016. It welcomes visitors from all over the world to enjoy its serene environment. The site also offers spectacular views of Santiago and the Andes. All Baha’i Houses of Worship are circular and nine-sided. Accordingly, the Santiago temple is ringed by nine entrances, nine pathways, and nine fountains, and the structure is composed of nine arching “sails.” These have also been described as nine “petals” and the temple’s shape as “floral”; the “petals” are separated by glass which allows light to illuminate the temple’s interior. The exterior of the “petals” is made from cast glass while the interior is made from Portuguese marble. The sides of the temple are held up on the inside by a steel and aluminum superstructure. The temple can seat 600 people and it is 30 meters (164 feet) high and 30 meters (98 feet) in diameter. The Baha’i Faith teaches that a House of Worship should be a space for people of all religions to gather, reflect, and worship. After visiting the Baha’i Temple, our tour continues to the boutique Haras de Pirque Vineyard, an oasis in the upper Maipo Valley. Discover the union of two passions, horses and wine, in a unique place where the breeding of thoroughbred horses and the production of fine wines come together to see the birth of Premium and excellent wines that today give life to this exclusive and award-winning vineyard. We will begin with a tour of the winery’s facilities, in the shape of a horseshoe, and finish with a tasting of the exclusive wines of the vineyard. Afterwards, you will be treated to a charcuterie of fine cheeses and meats and more wine as you enjoy the marvelous views of the vineyard and Andes Mountains. Come join us on this special tour and enjoy a perfect day of peace and harmony so close to Santiago!

Santiago: Private Premium Gastronomic Experience

10. Santiago: Private Premium Gastronomic Experience

With our gastronomic experience, we invite you to discover Santiago’s culinary highlights and learn more about the soul behind the food. We will take you to three locations where you can try different types of food and drinks and learn more about Chilean culture. At your first stop, we will talk about the different aromas of Chilean food while you enjoy a glass of wine with some local snacks and salsa. Then, at the next place, you can try a Chilean pie made by local chefs while we give you a crash course in our cooking traditions. Then, we will finish the tour at a beautiful local restaurant where you can learn about indigenous Chilean food, and enjoy a delicious meal to accompany your newfound knowledge. You can also try some more local wine to match with your food. After a couple of hours enjoying new company and your meal, we will take you back to your hotel.

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What people are saying about Santiago

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 39 reviews

A experiência foi maravilhosa, o guia e todos os locais que visitamos foram sensacional. Com toda a certeza foi o passeio que mais gostamos em toda a viagem, além do café da manhã e do churrasco que estavam maravilhosos. Obrigada a todos, especialmente ao Ignacio! It was awesome!!! Thanks Ignacio!!

The experience since the begining was spotless. The tranfer was very comfortable! Concha Y Toro tour was incredible, delicious and fun! I recommend it to every one who wants to have an extraordinary experience!

Joseph and Francisco were awesome! Fantastic locations, good food and the guides were incredibly hospitable and always happy to answer any questions

Very nice experience! Full of surprise and great people! Beautiful landscapes.

Very good experience! Recommended to do on a trip to Santiago.