Santiago homed in the foothill snowy mountains of Andes. The beautiful Santiago skyline cannot be explained in words because of its overwhelming beauty. To travel to Santiago, Make reservations with Spirit Airlines reservations!
1. La Chascona
A visit to La Chascona, secret hideaway as told by Pablo Neruda is a must. Neruda designed this beautiful ship-shaped cabin for himself, and he also boasted about the dining room, living room, and kitchen. People who visit talk about the fairy tale garden as well.
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2. Sky Costanera
Sky Costanera, which rises high up to 300 meters above ground, is the largest and the most magnificent tower in Latin America. It casts a shadow that expands a mile and stuns all tourists. Tourists love to visit the observation deck, which gives a stunning view of the whole city. It’s recommended to go on clear days.
3. Cerro Santa Lucia
Cerro Santa Lucia, a hill located in Santiago’s heart, represents a 15 million-year-old volcano. Over the years, it has been named and renamed and has even inhibited many people. The hill structure was changed in the 19th century, and here, today, you will find parks, fountains, and castles which have become event centers.
4. Barrio Bellavista
Barrio Bellavista is a bohemian place where artists and intellectuals play and live. It has become the most famous residential place. It is the hippest place, with the funkiest bars and restaurants and disco just about the corner. You can dance away your nights here and even chill in good restaurants for the night.
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5. Cerro San Cristóbal
Cerro San Cristobal, which is the native place of the Santiago Metropolitan Park, which has a 22 meter high Virgin Mary and has Chilean National Zoo, which stuns people who visit for its wildlife and untouched beauty. There are no free tours in Santiago, but it is all worth paying for. You can take a stroll to see the statue and even ride Funicular if you don’t like strolling around.
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6. Parque Quinta Normal
The park is widely known as the gorgeous park in the city, with trees lined up, a lagoon, tastefully decorated gardens, and alleyways. You can take a stroll along this park and be in awe of how impressive these gardens actually are. The city’s full of museums and historic buildings for visitors to see, other than that you can also rent a boat and stay on the waters and float around the beautiful lagoon.
7. Los Dominicos Village
Los Dominicos Village is a market that fulfills every need of tourists that offers a wide range of options of traditional Chilean artisan goods. Go over to different artisan shops and know more about the culture of Chile. Live musicians are sometimes there to entertain, to enjoy the music, grab a chair and enjoy a cup of coffee.
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8. Parque Bicentenario
Parque Bicentenario is an immaculate green park that is amazing for a relaxing time in the city—located just within the radius of Vitacur. It is open for free and for strolling its picturesque statues and witnessing the lake of flamingos.
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