1. Chile
  2. Santiago Metropolitan Region
  3. Santiago
  4. Palacio de La Moneda

Santiago Instagram Tour: Touristic Spots and Trendy Shots

Product ID: 323728
Boost your Instagram feed with a photo session in the tourist spots of downtown Santiago. Take a walking tour to learn some history and improve your creativity while being portrayed in the most scenic and Instagram-worthy sights
About this activity
Duration: 2.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Spanish, English
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

Select participants, date and language:

Loading...

Experience

Highlights
  • Visit all the main touristic places in Downtown Santiago
  • See the most scenic spots while learning some local history
  • Post the best photos of the day
Full description
Meet your guide at the meeting point. From there, you will start a 2.5-hours walking tour to visit different historical points of downtown Santiago and an Instagrammable photoshoot.

The first stop will be the presidential house, La Moneda, a very famous sight in the city. From there, take a short walk to Paseo Bandera, a place known for its colorful streets and graffitied walls. Continue through some neighborhoods considered hidden gems that will guarantee amazing pictures and finish it off with a stop at the Santa Lucia Hill and the Plaza de Armas.

The photographs will be taken according to your style on a Canon 80D (the latest generation in professional cameras) and the guide will propose ideas of poses for you to look as natural as possible. Within 7 business days, you will receive 30 professionally edited digital photos.
Includes
  • Water, coffee or soda
  • 30 professionally edited digital photos
  • Downtown walking tour
  • Bilingual tour guide and photographer
What’s Not Included
  • Food
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meeting point will be at the Starbucks coffee shop located at Agustinas 1161, Santiago, Región Metropolitana.

Open in Google Maps ⟶
Important information
Know before you go
• If it helps, the guide can speak a little bit of Portuguese, also called "Portunhol"