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What to Do in Santiago

  • Plaza De Armas

    The main square and the literal centre of the city. Surrounded by historical buildings, museums and landmarks.

  • La Moneda Palace

    The seat of the President of the Republic of Chile. A stately building dominating the Plaza de la Ciudadanía.

  • San Cristóbal Hill

    Topped with amphitheatre, church and statue of Virgin Mary, this is the second highest peak in Santiago. Views are priceless.

  • Bellavista

    Vibrant historical neighbourhood – walk around, peek in the numerous galleries, have local food and party all night long.

  • Santa Lucia Hill

    The hill is covered with well-manicured park full of monuments, lookouts and fountains. A perfect vantage point.

  • Metropolitan Cathedral

    A beautiful and serene building. The architectural splendour almost beats its spiritual significance.

  • La Chascona

    The historical home of Pablo Neruda, the legendary Nobel-winning poet. Book a guided tour beforehand.

  • La Vega Central

    Best in the early morning: local produce market full of bustle. Shop for delicious fruit or just look around – there's much to see.

  • Sculpture Park

    Small park spiced up with more than 30 sculptures made by prime Chilean artists. Art lovers should stop here at least for a while.

  • Fine Arts Museum

    Its lavish beaux-arts style building is simply unmissable. Not to mention its collection – they will blow your mind away.

  • Lastarria

    This neighbourhood is traditionally inhabited with artists and independent people. Walk its charming streets and explore all the nice shops.

  • Concha y Toro

    If interested in wines, visit the degustation centre of Concha y Toro, one of the most famous Chilean wineries.

  • Museum of Memory and Human Rights

    A brand new museum or a memorial dedicated to the victims of the Pinochet's Military Regime. Very political but insightful.

  • Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art

    The museum collects, studies and displays artworks and artefacts from all around Central and South America.

  • San Francisco Church

    The oldest building in Santiago – erected in the 16th century, this church has survived numerous earthquakes.

  • Former National Congress Building

    This building has a complicated history indeed. Try to peek inside and definitely take a walk around the beautiful gardens.

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