Private Full Day Tour of Santiago

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  • E-ticket/Mobile voucher
  • duration 10 hours
  • tour type Private
  • minimum participants 2
  • age requirement 5-79 yrs
  • guiding method Fully guided
  • Tour Code BM-5751
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  • Starts Santiago, Chile
  • Ends Santiago, Chile
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Explore Santiago's main attractions on this private tour
  • Taste the local food & wines and learn about local gastronomy
  • Explore Mapuche Monument, Santiago Cathedral, Santiago Post Office, City Hall etc
This private, full-day tour of Santiago takes you to explore the main attractions of the city as well as its food & wines, including a sociocultural look at Santiago downtown.

We will start the tour at your hotel, where you will be picked up by our private vehicle. We will first drive an hour south from Santiago to Concha y Toro Winery where you will go on a 1-hour wine tour with a local guide. Enjoy the wine-tasting and learning about the various wines of Chile.

After the tour of the winery, we will return to our vehicle and proceed to the center of Santiago where we will go on a city tour through the historical center. The first stop of the tour is the governmental palace: La Moneda, and Constitution Square, places that tell stories of the years of military coup in Chile.

Next, we will cross over to the oldest street in Santiago: New York Street, where we will visit the commercial center of the city. Following this, we will head towards the main square: Plaza de Armas. At this historic place, we will give you an introduction of the history of Santiago and the importance of this place. Here, you can observe the Mapuche monument, Santiago Cathedral, Santiago Post Office, City Hall, as well as the National Historical Museum.

The tour continues towards the Central Market, where we will enjoy the local cuisine for lunch followed by a visit to Santiago´s most traditional bar: La Piojera. We continue on to Fine Arts Museum, Bellavista neighborhood, and the house of Pablo Neruda (La Chascona).

After finishing our tour along the principal neighborhoods, we will ascend to San Cristobal hill where you can observe the city in 360 ° and take great photographs.

We will drop you off at your hotel. End of tour.
WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • Transport by private vehicle
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Private driver
  • Private guide
  • Concha y Toro Winery Tour
  • Lunch
  • Entrance to San Cristobal Hill
  • Emergency kit
WHAT'S EXCLUDED
  • Additional food & beverages
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about this tour.
  • How many days do you need in Chile?

    We recommend, at the very least, a 2-weeks tour of Chile to explore the blue glaciers and emerald forests of Torres del Paine, the enticing landscapes of the Atacama desert, and similar must-see destinations. You will be left with enough time to add a few more delightful places like capital Santiago, Valparaiso, and one or two world-class vineyards. A three-week tour will allow you to linger longer in all your favorite places. But if you have only 5 to 7 days, it’s best to focus on Santiago, the nearby colorful towns, and the wine valleys. Add a few more days, and you can squeeze in Patagonia, Atacama, Easter Island, or the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes. To get more details on how many days to spend in Chile, see here.

  • How many days should I allocate for a Chile trip?

    We recommend, at the very least, a 2-weeks tour of Chile to explore the blue glaciers and emerald forests of Torres del Paine, the enticing landscapes of the Atacama desert, and similar must-see destinations. You will be left with enough time to add a few more delightful places like capital Santiago, Valparaiso, and one or two world-class vineyards. A three-week tour will allow you to linger longer in all your favorite places. But if you have only 5 to 7 days, it’s best to focus on Santiago, the nearby colorful towns, and the wine valleys. Add a few more days, and you can squeeze in Patagonia, Atacama, Easter Island, or the Osorno and Calbuco volcanoes. To get more details on how many days to spend in Chile, see here.

  • Is Chile cheap for tourists?

    Chile is not the cheapest place to visit in South America. But the kind of trip you have in mind will determine your budget. Typically, most tourists like to hike in the Torres del Paine and explore the desert landscape of Atacama during a 10 to 15-day trip. It is possible to do a trekking-heavy trip on a budget of USD 90 to 100 per day per person. Basic accommodation and food costs are higher in Chile than in other South American countries. So be ready to spend at least USD 75 daily for a non-luxurious trip.

  • How good is the transportation system in Chile?

    Chile is well connected from north to south via flights and buses. But it’s trickier to travel from east to west, and south of Puerto Montt because of the unusual landscape comprising glaciers and mountains. Long-distance buses are the best way to go up and down the country. For travelling to remote areas, you can hire your own car. Trains are useful only in certain parts, like Central Chile. You can also consider low-cost airlines: they are sometimes cheaper than long-distance buses—if you don’t mind missing out on the scenery on the way.

  • How do you get around in Chile?

    Chile is well connected from north to south via flights and buses. But it’s trickier to travel from east to west, and south of Puerto Montt because of the unusual landscape comprising glaciers and mountains. Long-distance buses are the best way to go up and down the country. For travelling to remote areas, you can hire your own car. Trains are useful only in certain parts, like Central Chile. You can also consider low-cost airlines: they are sometimes cheaper than long-distance buses—if you don’t mind missing out on the scenery on the way.

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