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At 300 metres high and officially called Parque Metropolitano, Cerro San Cristobal is a must see on any Santiago itinerary. Those feeling active can hike or cycle to the summit, but a ride on then funicular provides the opportunity to stop off at points on the way up for a different perspective.
The park contains the National Zoo, a Japanese Garden, and two public swimming pools, but the highlight is the view across the city from the base of the 22 metre white statue of the Virgin Mary.
Known as the historical centre of Santiago, Plaza de Armas is a palm tree lined square in the centre of the city. Surrounded by stunning historical architecture the plaza is a shady place to listen to local musicians and view local artists works, or stroll around taking in the monuments that form a history of the city and country.
The Metropolitan Cathedral which began construction in 1748 is a major attraction on the square and allows people to enter the cool insides to view the elegant and elaborate interior design.
Standing proudly in the city centre, the Presidential Palace surrounded by Chilean flags has a distinctly European feel to its architecture. Submitted to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the building is open to the public when the government is not using it for an event, and is free to enter. Tours also operate through the building at a charge.
Insider’s Tip: You can witness the changing of the guard, an impressive military spectacle, at 10am on alternate days.
One of Chile’s most famous citizens, the Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda, was a resident of the city and one of his three houses, La Chascona, was built to mirror his style, quirky and colourful. Take a self-guided audio tour of the property and listen to some of the laureate’s work and life.
Located in the Bellavista neighbourhood, the area has a bohemian atmosphere and contains many of the cities best restaurants.
Insider’s Tip: Browse the menu at Peumayen Ancestral Food, a truly Chilean cuisine with a contemporary twist.
There are only a few places lucky enough to be named by National Geographic as their “Best Food Market in the World” list, and to come in at number 5 is remarkable! The Mercado Centrale is situated near the Mapocho River as it has done for centuries, lies under a wrought iron canopy. Specialising in seafood, many not known outside Chile, the atmosphere is electric with the vendors showcasing their wares as well as their skills at preparing the delicacies.
There are several restaurants on site meaning you can try some of the local cuisine from the market floor while listening to the fishmongers shout out their specials. No holiday to Santiago should miss this vibrant area of the city!
Located in the heart of the city, The Singular Santiago offer executive meeting spaces in a luxurious environment.
Walking distance from the convention centre, the InterContinental Hotel offers a large range of meeting rooms to suit all businesses needs.
A short drive from the capital lies one of the country’s famous central Chilean wine regions around the town of Casablanca. With several vineyards in the area offering tastings to the public, it is a picturesque part of the country to spend an afternoon.
Made famous as a port before the Panama Canal opened, the city of Valparaiso is a colourful seaside city with a thriving fishing industry. Home to Pablo Neruda’s second house, La Sebastiana, the city is best navigated by “Ascensores”, old cable trains that climb up the steep hillside.
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