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Santiago Attractions & Tours (33)

Looking for great tours and places to visit while in Santiago, Chile? Browse Santiago sights, activities, and tourist attractions enjoyed by other travelers. Search tours and learn about the top things to do and see.Check Santiago weather Forecast for July in order to find the best time to travel. We can also help you find places to stay in Santiago at the best rate available, by comparing multiple accommodation providers at once.

Vina Del Mar and Valparaiso Day Trip from Santiago

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

Spend a day exploring the coastal towns of Central Chile on a leisurely day trip from Santiago. Travel through wine country, before arriving in the 'Garden City' of Vina del Mar. Continue on to the bohemian town of Valparaiso and visit Pablo Neruda Museum before heading back to Santiago after a day of relaxed sightseeing.

Depart for the central coast traveling through the valleys of Curacavi and Casablanca. The latter is known for its recent success as a wine producing area.

Continue to the coast and visit the beach area of Renaca and the town of Vina del Mar, known as the Garden City for its pretty parks and flower lined streets. Visit the Gaming Casino and the coastal road.

In the afternoon continue to the picturesque port of Valparaiso built in the 16th-century on a total of 43 hills which are reached by narrow windy streets, staircases and a series of lifts (funiculars). This area has been declared by UNESCO as patrimony of humanity due to its eclectic architecture and urban development.

You may wish to visit the Pablo Neruda Museum which contains some of the poets collections, specifically related to the sea. The Museum is situated on one of the hills overlooking the bay offering fantastic sea views.

At the end of the day you have the choice to return to Santiago with the group, or stay in Valparaiso for a little longer making your own way back to the city at your leisure.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 126.13 | update prices

Cousino Macul and Concha y Toro Wineries Day Trip from Santiago

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

Discover the 'New World of Wine' in Chile and visit two of the oldest and most historic wineries in the country on a full day guided tour from Santiago. Chile has established itself as an emerging producer of great wines and today is your chance to visit some of the most popular wineries leading the way.

Cousino Macul was founded in 1856 and is still owned and run by the direct descendant's of Matias Cousino, the original founder. The cellars were built in the French style using 'cal y canto' - a mixture of egg white and lime as 'cement'. You will take a tour of the winery before sampling its produce. The winery is known for its red, particularly merlot.

After a stop for lunch (additional cost) you'll continue your Chilean wine experience at Concha y Toro. Founded in 1883 by Don Melchor Concha y Toro, the winery is today the largest producer of export wines in Chile. Your tour takes in the landscaped gardens of the colonial house, the vineyards themselves as well as a full explanation of the wine making process, including the modern processing plant and the old cellars.

» Duration: 7 hours
» from EUR 142.28 | update prices

Santiago City Sightseeing Tour

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]

See the very best of Santiago on a comprehensive introductory tour of Chile's capital city. Perfect for first-time visitors, this morning or afternoon 3.5-hour city tour is a well-rounded introduction to Santiago's famous sights, leaving you with time in the day free to explore the city on your own.

Your group tour takes you through the main streets of Santiago's civic center with its many different architectural styles. You'll pass the neoclassical Moneda Palace, built in the 18th century and current seat of Government; the Plaza de Armas, or main square, with its cathedral; the Museum of National History; and the Central Post Office.

Your tour continues to the Parque Forestal, based on Paris' Champs-Elysees and Santa Lucia Hill, where the city of Santiago was founded in 1541. You'll continue to the bohemian area of Bellavista and climb the Saint Lucia hill for a panoramic view of Santiago with the Andes mountains in the background.

Your tour concludes with a visit to the handicraft village of Los Graneros del Alba. This attraction is closed on Mondays, when an alternative attraction is substituted.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 40.76 | update prices

Private Tour: Vina Del Mar and Valparaiso Day Trip from Santiago

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Enjoy the services of your own personal guide on a private day trip exploring the coastal towns of Central Chile. Travel through wine country, stopping for a sample before arriving in the 'Garden City' of Vina del Mar. Visit the bohemian town of Valparaiso and the Pablo Neruda Museum before heading back to Santiago after a day of relaxed sightseeing.

Depart for the central coast traveling through the valleys of Curacavi and Casablanca. The latter is known for its recent success as a wine producing area and there is a stop to visit one of the vineyards and taste some Chilean wine.

Continue to the coast and visit the beach area of Renaca and the town of Vina del Mar, known as the Garden City for its pretty parks and flower lined streets. Visit the Gaming Casino and the coastal road.

In the afternoon continue to the picturesque port of Valparaiso built in the 16th-century on a total of 43 hills which are reached by narrow windy streets, staircases and a series of lifts (funiculars). This area has been declared by UNESCO as patrimony of humanity due to its eclectic architecture and urban development.

You may wish to visit the Pablo Neruda Museum which contains some of the poets collections, specifically related to the sea. The Museum is situated on one of the hills overlooking the bay offering fantastic sea views.

At the end of the day you have the choice to return to Santiago, or stay in Valparaiso for a little longer making your own way back to the city at your leisure.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 118.44 | update prices

Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Marvel at the best of Santiago from an open-top double-decker bus, complete with informative commentary. You'll have the option to hop on or off as many times as you like or continue on the bus doing the entire route! The Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour allows you to discover the capital of Chile in depth and with greater flexibility than ever before!

There are 12 stops along the city route, each one with a different point of interest and in close range of a renowned Santiago attraction. You can hop on and off as many times as you like along the circuit between the hours of 9:30am and 6pm. The loop lasts about 2 hours and buses pass by each stop approximately every 30 minutes.

Whether you're a first time or repeat visitor, the Santiago Hop-on Hop-off bus tour offers unlimited value over one day. Air-conditioned and equipped with audio commentary, customize your travel with the flexibility to jump on and off at various locations throughout the city at your leisure.

List of stops include:

Plaza de Armas
Mercado Central (Central Market)
Plaza de la Constitucion
Santa Lucia
Providencia
El Golf - Sanhattan
El Golf - Isidora Goyenechea
Parque Arauco
Hotel Sheraton and Lo Contador
Alonso de Cordova
Bellavista
Bellas Artes

Please see the itinerary field below for a detailed list of stops.

» Duration: Flexible
» from EUR 27.68 | update prices

Santiago Airport Private Arrival Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
Arrive in style with a private transfer from Santiago Airport straight to your hotel door. Start your holiday now by pre-booking an arrival transfer to get you and your luggage from the airport to your Santiago hotel.

Enjoy the convenience of a private airport to hotel transfer with your English speaking driver and guide who will help you get orientated upon arrival in Santiago as you are delivered in safety to your selected hotel.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken directly in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel.

Take the easy way out and book your arrival transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your departure transfer!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 30.76 | update prices

Chilean Folklore Show and Dinner with Transport

[Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife]
Experience Chile like the locals do! When you come to Santiago, you simply have to enjoy a tasty Chilean meal. Whilst having your dinner, you'll be entertained with traditional dances and songs which have originated from various regions of Chile. This is a great introduction to the Chilean way of life!

A dinner show experience which gives you the opportunity to enjoy Chilean food in a restaurant decorated in traditional South American style. The show consists of different examples of dances and costumes from the distinct regions of Chile.

» Duration: 3 hours
» from EUR 106.13 | update prices

Isla Negra and Pablo Neruda Museum Day Trip from Santiago

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

On this day trip from Santiago to the coastal town of Isla Negra you'll learn all about Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Visit his former home which now houses a collection of his works and artifacts from his life. You will also visit the small village of Pomaire, renowned for clay pottery.

Depart your Santiago hotel in the morning and head towards the coast. Your first stop is in Pomaire, a small village where the locals use local clay to make a variety of dishes, pots and interesting sculptures amongst other handicrafts.

Continue to Isla Negra, a small beachside community with a pretty beach backed by fragrant pine trees. Home to Chilean Nobel Prize for Literature winner Pablo Neruda, you'll visit the museum in his former home dedicated to his life. The architecturally eccentric building houses some of his collections, including bottles, figureheads from ships, shells and various other eclectic articles.

After your visit of Pablo Neruda Museum, there will be time for lunch (additional cost) before returning to Santiago.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 119.21 | update prices

Small-Group Santiago Food and Market Tour Including Mercado Central

[Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife]
Experience Santiago's vibrant street food scene, including the popular and well-known Mercado Central (Central Market), on this food-filled walking tour! Discover the city?s everyday customs through the meals, recipes and products that make Chile a worthwhile foodie destination. You?ll receive four to five tastings of Chilean specialties such as a meat casserole and a cool peach drink, plus enjoy a glass of wine. More than just a culinary tour, this is an excellent way to experience the local culture of Santiago. It?s a must-do!

Tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring a small-group atmosphere with a knowledgeable guide.

Meet your guide at the Plaza de Armas and check out the Pedro de Valdivia statue ? a figure of the first royal governor of Chile on a horse ? before heading off on your walking tour of Santiago?s vibrant food scene.

With your knowledgeable guide leading the way, walk north, heading toward Mercado Central. You?ll walk about 8 to 10 blocks in total, stopping at different restaurants to try a variety of local food. Specific dishes vary, but expect to sample home-style cuisine like porotos granados (a bean and corn dish), pastel de choclo (a typically meaty casserole), a refreshing mote con huesillo (a cool, sweet drink made from wheat and peaches) and a terremoto (translates to ?earthquake,? but in this instance, it?s a unique Chilean drink made of ice cream mixed with white wine and fernet). You?ll also receive one glass of wine.

Eventually you?ll reach Mercado Central, named the fifth-best food market in the world by National Geographic in 2018. Your tour ends here, where you?ll wrap up your food adventure with a seafood empanada. With your guide, admire the market?s classic wrought-iron architecture ? which dates back to 1872 ? and browse the many stalls, most of which sell a variety of seafood.

» Duration: 4 hours
» from EUR 71.52 | update prices

Santiago Airport Private Departure Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
Finish your Chilean adventure in style with a private transfer from your hotel straight to Santiago Airport. End your vacation with a pre-booked departure transfer to get you and your luggage to Santiago airport on time.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from your Santiago hotel and taken directly in an air-conditioned vehicle to the airport.

Take the easy way out and book your departure transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your arrival transfer!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 30.76 | update prices

Santiago Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Coffee, Markets, Street Food and San Cristobal Hill

[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
On this private walking tour, experience Santiago like a true local -- a Santiagui?o -- as you explore boutique shops, food markets and diverse neighborhoods with your knowledgeable guide. You?ll sip coffee, sample street food, stop for lunch and have a drink at a local bar, immersing yourself in Chilean culture as you go. End with sweeping views of the Andes mountains on a ride up San Cristobal Hill by funicular.

After pickup from your hotel in Santiago, your private guide will accompany you on the metro -- just like a local -- to Universidad de Chile station, where you?ll stop to admire Mario Toral?s murals, called ?Visual Memory of a Nation,? which record Chilean history.

Then, join Santiago?s bustling downtown and see its vibrant urban culture firsthand. You?ll walk with your guide through a classic, colonial-style building that houses the stock exchange. Afterward, experience a cheeky piece of Santiago culture as you sip a cup of coffee at a caf? con piernas (coffee with legs), where female servers show off their limbs in high heels and miniskirts, bikinis or lingerie.

Next, meander through the Paseo Ahumada, a 4-block-long pedestrian mall filled with retail shops and shoeshine stands. Follow the promenade to Plaza de Armas, a gathering spot for Chilean immigrants. You?ll visit Chile?s largest cathedral and snack on some classic street food such as sopaipilla (or sopapilla), a pastry made of deep-fried pumpkin dough.

Continue along Puente Street, lined with shoe stores, until you reach the Mercado Central (Central Market), a national monument built in 1872. Watch the fishmongers cut fillets before stopping for lunch at one of the many seafood restaurants frequented by the locals. Here, try tangy ceviche, fish marinade or razor clams!

After a satisfying meal, walk across the Mapocho River to La Vega Central, a market brimming with seasonal produce like figs, quince, persimmons and chirimoyas (custard apples).

Then, walk through Barrio Bellavista, Santiago?s Bohemian district, where famous poet Pablo Neruda lived. Artists and intellectuals still reside here, along with boutiques and galleries housed in old mansions. Your guide will take you to a local bar to try a Terremoto (Earthquake), a typical Chilean drink made of pipe?o (sweet fermented wine) paired with pineapple ice cream.

Finally, board a funicular and rise up the steep slope of San Cristobal Hill. Rising almost 1,000 feet (300 meters) above Santiago, you?ll catch sweeping views of the city and the snow-capped Andes mountains.

Afterward, you?ll be taken back to your hotel by a comfortable van.

» Duration: 6 hours
» from EUR 79.98 | update prices

Santiago Airport Shared Arrival Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]

Start your holiday now by pre-booking an arrival transfer to get you and your luggage from the airport to your Santiago hotel! Enjoy the convenience of a shared airport to hotel transfer with your English speaking driver and guide who will help you get orientated upon arrival as you are delivered in safety to your Santiago hotel.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel.

Take the easy way out and book your arrival transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your departure transfer!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 25.37 | update prices

Mountain Horseback Riding Tour from Santiago

[Category: Outdoor Activities]
Go off the beaten track on a horseback-riding tour through the mountains of the Santiago area. With an expert guide, you?ll follow local ?arrieros? (cowboys) across streams and along scenic terrain. Beginners rest assured: these small but sturdy Criollo horses -- known for their stamina -- will put anyone at ease. Don your chaps and cap for a rugged ride!

After your guide picks you up from your Santiago hotel, relax on the 30-minute drive into the rugged mountain range (known locally as the ?cordillera?). When you arrive, put on your chaps and mount your Criollo ? a stout and hardy, long-distance horse breed known for its stamina in mountainous terrain. You?ll get a brief safety training and some riding instruction, but no prior experience is required to ride one!

When you?re ready, follow a local cowboy who guides you onto the trail for a 3-hour ride on horseback. Take in the magnificent scenery as you scale the mountain paths, and cross some streams along the way.

Admire the breathtaking panoramas of Chile?s gorgeous natural surroundings as you learn about the horses, abundant bird life, and native flora and fauna from your arriero guide. There?s plenty of time to stop for great photo opportunities during your ride.

Afterward, stop to visit an authentic arriero ranch. You?ll be welcomed by his family to enjoy a cup of coffee or try mate ? a traditional South American drink typically sipped from a gourd through a metal straw. While you?re there, enjoy a picnic lunch including locally baked bread, seasonal fruits, cheeses, cookies and more!

Your horseback-riding tour ends with return transport to your hotel.

Tour Options:
In the summer months, evening and night rides are also available. Admire the views of Santiago during the sunset tour. Or book the monthly lunada (full moon) tour for an extra special experience and enjoy a Chilean asado (BBQ) while stargazing under a sparkling sky!

» Duration: 6 hours
» from EUR 140.74 | update prices

Private Tour: Santiago City Sightseeing

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Ideal for first-time visitors to Santiago, this private guided tour is a well-rounded introduction to Santiago's famous sights. With a choice of a morning or afternoon tour, you'll have the rest of the day to explore Chile's capital city further on your own.

Your tour takes you through the main streets of Santiago's civic center with its many different architectural styles. You'll pass the neoclassical Moneda Palace, built in the 18th century and current seat of Government; the Plaza de Armas, or main square, with its cathedral and the Central Post Office.

Your tour continues to the Parque Forestal, based on Paris' Champs-Elysees and Santa Lucia Hill, where the city of Santiago was founded in 1541. You'll continue to the bohemian area of Bellavista and climb the San Cristobal hill for a panoramic view of Santiago with the Andes mountains in the background.

Your tour concludes with a visit to the handicraft village of Los Graneros del Alba. This attraction is closed on Mondays, when an alternative attraction is substituted.

» Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
» from EUR 47.68 | update prices

3-Day Santiago Tour Including Private City Sightseeing and Optional Day Trips to Wine Country or Valparaiso

[Category: Multi-day & Extended Tours]
Spend three days in and around Santiago to get better acquainted with Chile?s vibrant capital city. See the sights on a private tour and enjoy a scenic drive through Santiago?s historic neighborhoods. Have a day free to explore Santiago on your own, or select from four optional tours that take you to coastal towns like Valparaiso or wine tasting at Chile?s famous vineyards. Choose from three-star or four-star hotels for both nights? accommodation.

See the best of Santiago on a private guided tour, then explore the capital on your own or choose from a range of optional tours. Private airport transfers are included, and you have a choice of three-star or four-star accommodation; breakfast is included.

Itinerary:
Day 1: Santiago
After arriving at Santiago airport, you?ll be transferred to your selected hotel by private car. In the afternoon, take in the sights of Santiago on a guided tour of the city?s highlights. Stretch your legs on a walking tour of downtown Santiago?s main square, Plaza de Armas, and the nearby cathedral, Government Palace, known as La Moneda, and Ahumada Boulevard. Then continue by coach along the old town?s historic grand avenues, passing through the bohemian quarter of Bellavista and up onto San Cristobal Hill for panoramic views of Santiago and the surrounding Andes mountains. Conclude the tour with a drive through Santiago?s modern quarter, with its shops and businesses, before being dropped at your hotel, where the rest of the day and night are yours to explore on your own.

Accommodation: Eurotel Hotel (three-star, choice of single or double room) or Galerias Hotel (four-star, choice of single or double room) in Santiago

Day 2: Santiago (B)
After breakfast, Santiago is yours to explore for the day on your own, or you can choose from four optional tours.
Optional tours:

  • Visit the town of Pirque in the Maipo Valley to sample the Concha y Toro winery?s famous wines and spend time in the vineyard?s landscaped gardens. (Duration: approx. 4 hours)
  • Or head to the coast to visit the pretty town of Vi?a del Mar and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed port of Valparaiso, celebrated for its many hills and winding narrow streets. While in Valparaiso, you also have the option of visiting La Sebastiana, the Museum House of national poet Pablo Neruda. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)
  • Another coastal day trip could take you to the village of Pomaire, to browse traditional pottery, before continuing to Isla Negra to visit another of Neruda?s homes, known for its architecture and quirky private collection of bottles, masks and nautical artifacts. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)
  • The fourth option takes you wine tasting at a number of wineries in the Colchagua Valley, with lunch at a traditional restaurant. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)

Accommodation: your selected hotel

Day 3: Santiago (B)
After breakfast, you?ll be driven to the airport by private car to catch your onward flight.

» Duration: 3 days
» from EUR 299.18 | update prices

Santiago Airport Shared Departure Transfer

[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
Pre-book your departure transfer when you are leaving Chile to take the hassle out of getting from your hotel to Santiago airport. Book your shared transfer in advance and save precious vacation time.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel.

Take the easy way out and book your departure transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your arrival transfer!

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 25.37 | update prices

Hot Springs Tour from Santiago with Lunch

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Relax for several hours at Ba?os Colina hot springs, enjoying the soothing, milky-blue mineral waters of Maipo Canyon, southeast of Santiago. With a local guide, you?ll venture into the village of San Jos? for coffee before winding down a dirt road toward the rustic, outdoor thermal pools at the base of a volcano. Enjoy a picnic lunch and soak in the therapeutic mineral baths, nestled between Andean mountaintops, before returning to your hotel.

Your tour to the soothing thermal baths of Ba?os Colina hot springs (Termas de Ba?os Colina) begins with pickup from your Santiago hotel and a drive to the village of San Jos? del Maipo, located in Maipo Canyon (Cajon del Maipo). Stroll through the streets with your knowledgeable guide and see crafts made from lava rock and alabaster. Stop for a cup of coffee (included) before heading to the market, where you can purchase snacks such as almonds and stone fruit common to the region.

Next, head toward the border of Argentina. The winding road heads east along the River Maipo; you will pass fields of pines and a small mining outpost. Enjoy an outstanding view of a cascading waterfall at the end of the paved road.

Finally, you?ll see San Jos? volcano before reaching Ba?os Colina hot springs at its base, 8,366 feet (2,550 meters) above sea level. When you arrive at the rustic thermal springs, walk up a short path to a series of natural hot pools. Put on your bathing suit (changing rooms and shower are available) and dip into the water for a lazy afternoon soak. Choose from eight terraced baths of varying temperature, ranging from 77 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (25-60 C). Built into the hillside, the hottest pools start at the top.

Enjoy stunning views, including the snowcapped peaks of the Andes, and breathe in the crisp mountain air. If you?re lucky, you might see condors flying above or notice a herd of wild horses grazing nearby. Explore the rugged terrain on foot if you?d like and enjoy a picnic lunch before jumping back into the water.

The therapeutic quality of the mud and calcium-rich mineral water will leave your skin silky and your mind tranquil. After spending several hours at the hot springs, you?ll get back to your hotel in Santiago feeling renewed.

Make sure to bring bathing gear and towel, warm layers for chilly afternoons, comfortable shoes and sun protection (sunglasses, sun block and hat).

» Duration: 9 hours
» from EUR 149.97 | update prices

El Morado Hiking Tour with Transport from Santiago

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Enjoy awe-inspiring views of San Francisco Glacier in Chile?s El Morado Natural Monument. On this full-day outdoor excursion from Santiago, take an easy 7-hour hike with an experienced guide along mountain paths and wetlands of the Andes. You?ll admire the abundance of native flora and fauna, plus discover the Aguas Panimavidas ? a natural source of mineral water ? and Lagoon El Morado. Lunch and bottled water are included.

El Morado Natural Monument ? in the Andes? Maipo Canyon ? is a national park, home to more than 300 native species of plants and animals. Located just 57 miles (92 km) from Santiago, it?s an excellent day-trip destination.

Start your excursion with pickup at your hotel by air-conditioned vehicle. Then hop on the trail for an easy, 7-mile hike with an expert guide, learning as you go about endangered animals like the cururo and the silky rat?n de No?.

First, walk for 1 mile (2.8 km) up a gentle incline to Aguas Panimavidas. Notice the colors of this mineral-rich natural spring, encrusted with red and yellow from the iron-carbonated water. Keep an eye out as well for the park?s extensive bird life, such as the giant hummingbird (picaflor gigante), which measures 8.5 inches (21.5 cm) in length!

After snapping a few photos, continue another 3 miles (5 km) through wetlands to Lagoon El Morado. Relax and take in the panoramic views of this pristine landscape; you might even see wild horses gallop across it. In the distance, El Morado?s snowy peak reaches higher than 16,000 feet (5,000 meters) above sea level. With the base of San Francisco Glacier just half a mile (1 km) away, you?ll feel like you can almost reach out and touch it!

Take a break to eat lunch (included), and then follow your guide back down the trail. Your tour ends when you are returned to your hotel.

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes, warm layers and sun protection (hat, sunglasses and sun block), as temperatures in the Andes can vary.

» Duration: 10 hours
» from EUR 149.97 | update prices

Beginner Ski or Snowboard Lesson at La Parva from Santiago

[Category: Outdoor Activities]
Enjoy a winter adventure with this day trip to La Parva, one of Chile's most popular ski resorts. From Santiago, check out the great views at the Valle Nevado and Farellones ski resorts before heading to La Parva for a beginner ski or snowboard lesson with an expert instructor. With an average snowfall of more than 270 inches (685 cm) per year and an expansive terrain suitable for all levels, La Parva offers fabulous skiing and snowboarding for the whole family!

Learn to ski or snowboard at the beautiful La Parva ski resort, located approximately an hour east of Santiago. This day trip is perfect for beginners or those looking to try out skiing or snowboarding for the first time. After pickup from your Santiago hotel, head first to the Valle Nevado and Farellones ski resorts.

Valle Nevado is home to some of Santiago's most challenging runs. Explore this beautiful resort with your expert guide and watch experienced skiers and snowboarders in action! Then, venture 7 miles (12 km) to Farellones, which was Chile's first ski resort. Take in gorgeous views of both Farellones and El Colorado from the base of the mountain. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in El Colorado (own expense) before suiting up in your ski or snowboard gear and heading to La Parva.

When you arrive in La Parva, get ready to begin your 1- or 2-hour ski or snowboard lesson, depending on your group size! Learn the basics from your experienced instructor and practice perfecting them on easy runs. Spend time trying out your new skills on the slopes and then head back to your Santiago hotel in the evening.

» Duration: 10 hours
» from EUR 111.52 | update prices

Valle Nevado Ski Resort Day Trip with Optional Ski or Snowboard Lesson

[Category: Outdoor Activities]
Enjoy the cool mountain air and spectacular scenery as you ski or snowboard at the Valle Nevado ski resort on this day trip from Santiago! Known as one of the largest ski areas in the Southern Hemisphere, Valle Nevado features an expansive terrain perfect for all skill levels. Explore the slopes on your own or take a ski or snowboard lesson to freshen up on the basics.

Take a day trip to the Valle Nevado ski resort from Santiago for a fun, relaxing winter getaway. Soak up the pristine scenery and breathe in the crisp mountain air as you explore the slopes on your own or take a beginner ski or snowboard lesson!

With a vertical height of 2,658 feet (810 meters), an average snowfall of more than 300 inches (762 cm) per year, and an expansive terrain with a wide variety of runs, Valle Nevado caters to skiers and snowboarders of all abilities.

If you choose to take a lesson, you'll learn the basics of skiing or snowboarding from an expert instructor during. Depending on your group size, you'll have either a 1- or 2-hour lesson, which comes with a lift ticket to the beginner runs, where you can put your new skills to the test after your session. Most of the runs at Valle Nevado are geared toward beginner and intermediate skiers, but advanced skiers will still have plenty of runs to choose from, including groomed slopes and trails such as Bossa Nova and El Shake.

Between the 11 lifts and more than 100 trails, you?ll enjoy run after run amidst gorgeous snowy peaks. You can also visit Valle Nevado's terrain park, one of the best in Chile, designed and maintained for intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders. Try out boxes, jumps, quarter-pipes and more!

After your mountain adventure, you?ll be taken back to Santiago in the evening.

» Duration: 10 hours
» from EUR 129.97 | update prices

Private Tour: Portillo Ski Resort Day Trip from Santiago

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Take a private day trip from Santiago to Portillo, one of the most well known ski resorts in Chile. Admire the spectacular Andes landscapes on the scenic drive, then spend the day enjoying the beautiful mountain scenery as your guide tells you the history and legends of the area, including stunning Inca Lake.

Whether visiting in summer or winter, you will witness breathtaking views of Laguna del Inca from the Hotel Portillo. Simply stunning!

Portillo is the oldest ski area in South America, and its history holds an important place in the legend of skiing. It is a history of adventurers and the Andes, and of dreams and accomplishments in the wonderful world of skiing.

Depart from your Santiago hotel and head towards the town of Los Angeles, one of the major agricultural centers of the region. The drive is through the Aconcagua Valley, slowly climbing until the last stage known as 'los caracoles'. A series of hairpin bends climbing steeply to a height of 2.855 meters / 9 421 feet above sea level, where the Hotel Portillo and the ski resort are located, overlooking the Inca Lake.

Your guide will tell you the legend of the Inca Lake and why the color of blue water is so striking. You are free to explore the ski resort at your leisure, and during ski season you may wish to take to the slops with equipment hire available (additional cost).

The ski season is from June to August, but the hotel is open all year round.

» Duration: 8 hours
» from EUR 94.59 | update prices

Experience Santiago: Private Food Markets Tour with Cooking Demo and Homemade Lunch

[Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife]
Get a taste of Chile?s culinary culture and cuisine on this private tour of Santiago?s food markets, plus a hands-on cooking demonstration and seasonal meal in a private home. Enjoy appetizers and a cocktail followed by a main course, side dish, salad and dessert ? all paired with cheese and wine. You?ll learn about Chilean culinary traditions as well as contemporary food culture from your knowledgeable host and chef, and receive memorable recipes to take home!

After hotel pickup in Santiago, start your culinary adventure at two of the city?s most vibrant markets ? La Vega Central and Mercado Central ? for an abundance of local produce and fresh fish. Browse the aisles for spices and seasonal foods as you choose ingredients with your knowledgeable guide.
Next, head to a modern, private home located in the fashionable neighborhood of Vitacura, and meet your friendly culinary host and chef. Make yourself comfortable as you snack on starters and sip a quality microbrew or cocktail. Enjoy a fine selection of local cheeses, gourmet pate and spreads, and sopaipillas ? delicious, deep-fried pastries made from pumpkin dough!
Learn about Chilean culinary history and present-day food culture with a quick introduction to the local cuisine as you watch the chef?s cooking demonstration in the kitchen. Look over a selection of cookbooks, and assist in preparing and cooking the meal if you choose.
Then, dine on a main course of fresh fish such as fried merluza austral (vegetarian or vegan dishes available upon request), along with a side dish like picante and a hot arugula salad ? paired with a bottle of wine (Maipo or Casablanca Valley reserve). Make sure to save room for dessert ? a rich selection of Chile?s favorite sweet dishes, including ice cream.
Enjoy delightful conversation with your host as you complete your meal with coffee or herbal tea. Before drop-off at your hotel, you?ll receive printed recipes of the food and drinks to take home with you, so you can show off your new culinary expertise!
Note: Options for vegetarians, vegans or other special diets are available upon request. Please inform the tour operator about any dietary restrictions in advance.

» Duration: 6 hours
» from EUR 230.73 | update prices

5-Day Chile Ski Tour with 3 Days of Lift Tickets at La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado

[Category: Outdoor Activities]
Ski or snowboard in the Tres Valles (Three Valleys) of Chile -- La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado -- on this fun 5-day tour! Enjoy a wide variety of runs and trails perfect for all ability levels. This convenient 5-day package includes breakfasts, lift tickets and equipment, four nights of accommodation in Santiago and transportation to and from the airport and ski resorts on each day.

Enjoy a fun skiing or snowboarding adventure in the Chilean Andes on this 5-day tour! This convenient package includes lift tickets to the La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado ski resorts, where you'll experience hundreds of different trails and a wide range of terrain. All three resorts are known for catering to all ability levels, so it doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an expert!

Each day, you'll enjoy complimentary breakfast at your hotel in Santiago before being transported by a private vehicle to the ski resort for a full day out on the mountain.

For a full itinerary, please see below.

» Duration: 5 days
» from EUR 499.92 | update prices

La Parva Ski Resort Day Trip with Optional Ski or Snowboard Lesson

[Category: Outdoor Activities]
Take a day trip to La Parva from Santiago and spend the day skiing or snowboarding at one of Chile?s most picturesque ski resorts. La Parva's variety of trails accommodates all abilities, whether it's your first trip to the snow or you're a veteran skier or snowboarder, making it perfect for the whole family. You'll have the option to take a ski or snowboard lesson from an expert instructor to learn the basics before enjoy the beginner runs. For more advanced skiers and snowboarders, hit the slopes right away and choose from 14 different lifts and 30 runs!

After pickup from your Santiago hotel, venture approximately 25 miles (41 km) to La Parva and enjoy a day on the mountain! With more than 30 runs and 14 lifts and a variety of terrains, La Parva provides something for beginners and experts alike.

You'll have the option of taking a group ski or snowboard lesson at the beginning of the day. Learn the basics of these snow sports from an expert instructor. After your lesson, head out on the beginner runs and spend the afternoon showing off your new skills!

If you're an experienced skier or snowboarder, skip the lesson and head straight to the slopes. With vertical height of 1,351 feet (412 m), La Parva provides an excellent variation of intermediate and advanced runs. Take a break at one of the many restaurants or caf?s for lunch (own expense) before heading back on the mountain! After a full day at La Parva, you'll be taken back to Santiago.

» Duration: 10 hours
» from EUR 110.75 | update prices

Valparaiso Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Harbor Cruise Including Transport from Santiago

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Get to know Valparaiso like a local on this private tour from Santiago with a knowledgeable guide. Explore quaint alleys on foot, ride the elevators and trolleybus, sail through the bay, and taste delicious local dishes and drinks in this unique city ? declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. Enjoy views from Concepci?n Hill as you sip coffee at a caf?, dine on a classic dish of chorrillana for lunch, and sip artisan beer at a classic bar.

After a 2.5-hour drive with your guide from Santiago, enter Valparaiso through Avenida Argentina, one of the city?s main avenues famous for its weekend market full of fruits and vegetables for sale.
First, stop at Plaza Sotomayor, the main square, where your guide will point out important buildings such as the Chilean Navy headquarters. From here, take the El Peral elevator to the upper part of town where you will start your walking tour through the fascinating streets and alleyways.
Stroll along Paseo Yugoslavo, a promenade where the stunning Baburrisa Palace stands. Continue through the charming alleys until reaching the Bavestrello to see homes architecturally designed with three house fronts.
Take Ascensor Concepci?n, the city?s oldest elevator, a funicularthat climbs Cerro Concepci?n (Concepci?n Hill). From the top, admire the angled roofs and brightly colored iron facades of the buildings. Enjoy a cup of coffee at the classic Caf? Brighton, situated along the hillside promenades of Paseo Gervasoni and Paseo Atkinson, as you take in the view.
Then, ride back down to the financial district, which includes the oldest stock exchange in Latin America. Continue your walking tour through downtown streets until you reach Jota Cruz Mart?nez Casino Social to dine with the locals. Here, you?ll enjoy Valparaiso?s most traditional dish, the Chorrillana ? french fries topped with fried onions, egg, steak and sausages.
After lunch, hop aboard the trolleybus, the second-oldest system in South America, for a ride towards the city port. Valparaiso?s most traditional form of transportation, still operating by electricity, helped the city attain UNESCO World Heritage status.
Upon reaching the port of Valparaiso, board one of several classic ships and tour around Valparaiso Bay for a unique perspective of the city. Your guide will point out landmarks as well as a sea lion colony ? one of many that inhabit Chilean waters.
Back on shore, enter the port?s most iconic bar and try an artisan-brewed beer or coffee before returning to Santiago with your guide.

» Duration: 10 hours
» from EUR 113.05 | update prices

Santiago Transfer: Santiago Airport to Valparaiso Cruise Port

[Category: Shore Excursions]
For a hassle-free cruise transfer from Santiago to Valparaiso, book this economical, shared-ride, door-to-door transportation service from the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (SCL) to the Port of Valparaiso. This easy and efficient transfer picks you up curbside at the Santiago airport and takes you approximately 2.5 hours to the Valparaiso cruise port.
Transfer services are available 24 hours, seven days a week. Your wait is a maximum of 30 minutes from the time you and your luggage are curbside.

When you arrive at Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport, this stress-free shared transfer will take you directly to the Port of Valparaiso in time for your cruise departure.
Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

Worry-free Shore Excursion:If your flight lands on time at Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport, we will ensure your timely arrival at the Port of Valparaiso for this transfer. In the rare event your cruise ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. However, if your flight is delayed, your transfer is no longer covered by our worry-free policy. See our terms and conditions for full details.

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 62.29 | update prices

Santiago Transfer: Santiago Hotels to Valparaiso Cruise Port

[Category: Shore Excursions]
For a hassle-free cruise transfer, book this economical, shared-ride, door-to-door transportation service from Santiago to the Port of Valparaiso. This easy and efficient transfer picks you up curbside at your Santiago hotel and drives you approximately 2.5 hours to the Valparaiso cruise port.
Transfer services are available 24 hours, seven days a week.

This stress-free shared transfer will take you directly from your Santiago hotel to the Port of Valparaiso in time for your cruise departure.
Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

Worry-free Shore Excursion:We will ensure your timely arrival at the Port of Valparaiso for this transfer. In the rare event your cruise ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. See our terms and conditions for full details.

» Duration: Varies
» from EUR 54.60 | update prices

Private Wine Tour: Cousino Macul and Concha y Toro Wineries

[Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife]

See for yourself what the rest of the world has been talking about on a private full day trip to two of Chile's most famous wineries. With a private guide and transportation from Santiago, you can enjoy a leisurely day learning about Chilean wine at Cousino Macul and Concha y Toro wineries.

Cousino Macul was founded in 1856 and is still owned and run by the direct descendant's of Matias Cousino, the original founder. The cellars were built in the French style using 'cal y canto' - a mixture of egg white and lime as 'cement'. You will take a tour of the winery before sampling its produce. The winery is known for its red, particularly merlot.

After a stop for lunch (additional cost) you'll continue your Chilean wine experience at Concha y Toro. Founded in 1883 by Don Melchor Concha y Toro, the winery is today the largest producer of export wines in Chile. Your tour takes in the landscaped gardens of the colonial house, the vineyards themselves as well as a full explanation of the wine making process, including the modern processing plant and the old cellars.

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Private Tour: Hacienda Los Lingues Horse Ranch

[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]

For a glimpse into the rural life of colonial Chile, there is no better place to visit than Hacienda Los Lingues. You'll enjoy a private full day tour from Santiago to the grounds, see a horse riding demonstration and have lunch at the ranch. This hacienda is a slice of history and well worth a visit during your Chilean escape.

Depart from your Santiago hotel towards the south, traveling through the agricultural heartlands of central Chile. Arrive at Hacienda Los Lingues, one of the oldest horse breeding farms in Chile dating back to the 17th-century. Your visit includes a tour of the old manor house with its antique furniture, the chapel and the stables where the Chilean horses are bred.

In the afternoon lunch is served under the trees of the colonial terrace, or in the dining room during winter. After lunch there will be a demonstration of Chilean horsemanship by the ranches well-trained horses and staff. For an additional cost payable on the day, you can ride, fish or mountain bike around the estate before returning to Santiago.

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Private Tour: Isla Negra and Pablo Neruda Museum

[Category: Private & Custom Tours]

Enjoy a personalised visit to Isla Neruda, hometown of Chilean Nobel Prize winner Pablo Neruda. On this private full day tour from Santiago you'll visit his former home which now houses a collection of his works and artifacts from his life. You will also visit the small village of Pomaire, renowned for clay pottery.

Depart your Santiago hotel in the morning and head towards the coast. Your first stop is in Pomaire, a small village where the locals use local clay to make a variety of dishes, pots and interesting sculptures amongst other handicrafts.

Continue to Isla Negra, a small beachside community with a pretty beach backed by fragrant pine trees. Home to Chilean Nobel Prize for Literature winner Pablo Neruda, you'll visit the museum in his former home dedicated to his life. Thearchitecturally eccentric building houses some of his collections, including bottles, figureheads from ships, shells and various other eclectic articles.

After your visit of Pablo Neruda Museum, there will be is time for lunch (additional cost) before returning to Santiago.

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