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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.

    El proceso de compra fue rápido y sencillo y todo muy bien detallado y explicativo. Muy contenta con la plataforma. La actividad excelente!

  • Santiago: Private City Tour with Optional Lunch and Winery

    2. 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 guide was smart, witty and very positive thru the entire tour. Our driver was careful and friendly. A lot of helpful information was given.

  • Santiago: Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, & Winery Private Tour

    3. Santiago: Valparaiso, Viña del Mar, & Winery Private Tour

    Enjoy the comforts of a private tour as you visit the colorful coastal cities of Valparaiso and Viña del Mar and make a stop for wine tasting at a renowned vineyard.  The tour begins with your hotel pick up and then a 1.5-hour journey to the Chilean coastline. Drive along the coast in Concón, known for its seaside restaurants and surf shops.  Pass by the impressive Concón Sand Dunes where we will have panoramic views of Valparaiso Harbor.  The tour continues through the popular beach town of Reñaca where on most days we will spot sea lions lying on the coastal rocks. Afterward, then drive through Viña del Mar, Chile’s “Garden City,” where you will see the city’s landmarks, including the Flower Clock and Casino, a “Moai” statue from Easter Island, as well as the city’s pristine beaches. Finally each the main destination, Plaza Sotomayor, the heart of Valparaiso. Ride up an old funicula...

  • Santiago: City Landmarks Private Tour

    4. Santiago: City Landmarks Private Tour

    Meet your local guide and start the tour in a comfortable private vehicle. The first stop will be at San Cristobal Hill. Take a cable car to the summit and enjoy the most amazing panoramic views of the entire city and Andes Mountains. Afterward, drive through the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista before arriving in the historic city center. Visit the landmarks of downtown such as the Florestal Park, the Museum of Fine Arts, Plaza de Armas (Santiago’s main square), the Cathedral, City Hall, Historic Post Office, Old Congress Building, Palacio La Moneda (The Government House), National Theater, and Santa Lucía Hill. You will also pass through the vibrant bohemian neighborhood of Lastarria before leaving the center. Then, discover the financial heart of Santiago, known for its modern buildings and impressive glass skyscrapers. Pass by Costanera Center, South America’s tallest building. ...

  • San Antonio Port Cruise: Tour to Valparaiso and Casablanca

    5. San Antonio Port Cruise: 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 shi...

  • From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

    6. From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

    Begin your journey of Chile by being picked up at your hotel, where you will be greeted by your guide who will take care of you throughout the day. Head straight to the colorful seaside town of Isla Negra, one of Chile’s and South America’s most famous poets, Pablo Neruda’s home, now a museum, whereupon arrival your guide will take you on a walking tour. Explore the Nobel Prize winner’s eccentric home, including his collection of bottles, masks, antique shoes, and smoking pipes. Originally called Las Gaviotas, the town was renamed Isla Negra by Neruda. Next, head to the traditional town of Pomaire, famous for its clay pottery and Chilean handicrafts. The town is also known as the home of the largest “empanadas” in Chile – which you have the chance to taste. Along your private tour, your local guide with share insightful historical and cultural stories.

  • From Santiago: Maipo Valley Vineyards Tour

    7. From Santiago: Maipo Valley Vineyards Tour

    Departing between 8:00 - 8:30 AM, head towards the wine-producing region of the Maipo Valley. In under an hour, you will arrive at the town of Isla de Maipo where you will make your first stop at the Tarapaca Vineyard. From there, observe the beautiful surroundings and take some fantastic photographs. See the Maipo River, which is so important to Central Chile, and learn about the flora and fauna of the area. Following this, explore the town of Isla de Maipo and get to know its customs, architecture, and distinctive character. The next part of the experience starts with a visit to either De Martino, Santa Ema or Undurraga Vineyard. See the gardens, vineyards, and storage cellar at one of these traditional vineyards, ending with a wine tasting. Next, enjoy a wine and cheese tasting as you visit a small family vineyard that has been producing wines and spirits for 3 generations.  finish ...

  • Santiago: City Landmarks with Winery Private Full-Day Tour

    8. Santiago: City Landmarks with Winery Private Full-Day Tour

    Meet your local guide and start the tour in a comfortable private vehicle. The first stop will be at San Cristobal Hill. Take a cable car to the summit and enjoy the most amazing panoramic views of the entire city and Andes Mountains. Afterward, drive through the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista before arriving in the historic city center. Visit the landmarks of downtown such as the Florestal Park, the Museum of Fine Arts, Plaza de Armas (Santiago’s main square), the Cathedral, City Hall, Historic Post Office, Old Congress Building, Palacio La Moneda (The Government House), National Theater, and Santa Lucía Hill. Then, pass by Costanera Center, South America’s tallest building. Also, visit the upscale neighborhood of Las Condes and stop at El Pueblito de Los Dominicos, a beautiful handicraft market with local artisans. After sightseeing, relax at Cousiño Macul Vineyard. Enjoy a tour...

  • Santiago: Private Full-Day Valparaiso and Viña del Mar Tour

    9. Santiago: Private Full-Day Valparaiso and Viña del Mar Tour

    Your tour will begin as you are picked up from your accommodation at 9:00AM. From there you will escape from Santiago as you make your way to the coast. You will begin by first visiting the Curacavi Valley, where Chilean farmers cultivate fruit. The huge valley is well known locally, and the fruits harvested there range from grapes, kiwi fruit, and cherries, among others. You'll then move on to a valley where wine grapes are produced, stopping to explore the winery with a tasting included. Following that, move on to the port of Valparaiso, traveling up through the hills to reach a viewpoint from where you can take plenty of photos. You'll then travel to Pablo Neruda's house where you will learn about this Nobel Prize of Literature-winner's life, with time to walk around included. You'll continue your tour by encountering the funicular, before reaching the main square which you will le...

  • Santiago: Private Half-Day City Tour

    10. Santiago: Private Half-Day City Tour

    Get to know the Chilean capital of Santiago on a private 3.5-hour tour. Explore the city, taste local food specialties, and learn about the history of indigenous groups and Spanish colonization of Chile. Discover this fascinating city surrounded by the snowy Andes mountains, and experience local life. After pickup at your hotel, your guide will lead you on a tour of this modern city by private vehicle. Admire the cityscape from stunning viewpoints, wander through beautiful parks, and visit museums. See the famous sights as well as hidden local gems, before being dropped off back at your hotel.

    User-friendly booking process, excellent communication pre-tour from getyourguide and local agent. Great tour, describe accurately on the website. Perfect car Safe and pleasant tour Unfortunately taking place in the afternoon during a hot day the guide was not very energetic nor enthusiastic. Basic information with space for a lot more.

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What people are saying about Santiago

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 24 reviews

A must for everyone who is in Santiago! You get the best view of the whole city and can't get enough of it! In summer it is recommended to drive up around 8 p.m. to watch the sunset

Very hard-working guide. Good guidance and a lot to see. Collection worked perfectly. Management is committed and has a lot of interesting facts. Can only recommend it for half a day.

We has a great time!

Jannina and Maurizio did a great job showing us Santiago de Chile..very friendly, knowing and professional. Happily we recommend them to anyone visiting this wonderful city.

The guide was smart, witty and very positive thru the entire tour. Our driver was careful and friendly. A lot of helpful information was given.

The guides that accompanied us during our tour was extremely friendly and informative.