3 * hotel


3 days / 2 nights

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PP in DBL room


Santiago is ranking among the top South American cities in matters of quality-of-life. The New York Times described it as a premier travel destination, thanks to its growing cultural life, new infrastructure dedicated to the arts, and first-class hotel options.

The variety and diversity offered by Santiago can be felt in its various neighborhoods. Exploring them is the best way of getting to know the city and its streets. In the neighborhoods of Lastarria, Italia, and the bohemian Bellavista, there is an array of restaurants, design shops, bars and cafés, creating a truly vibrant experience. Just a few kilometers from Santiago, you’ll find ski centers, vineyards, and the cities of Valparaíso and Viña del Mar, which make up the most important coastal urban network in Chile’s central zone. The capital was the birthplace of the country’s first vineyards, and visits to wineries make for fun, quick and easy excursions. The wine routes in the Maipo, Casablanca and Colchagua valleys offer daily visiting schedules, tastings, wine shops and excellent restaurants. In the winter, the ski centers – including Valle Nevado, La Parva, Portillo, El Colorado and Farellones – fill with powder and attract visitors who come to Chile to ski its famed runs.

With temperatures reaching up to 35 °C (95 °F) on the hottest days; winters (June to August) are cool and humid, with cool to cold mornings; typical daily maximum temperatures of 14 °C (57 °F), and low temperatures near 0 °C (32 °F).


Day 1
Arrival Santiago
Welcome at Santiago airport and transfer to selected hotel. In the afternoon, city tour to the most interesting sites in Santiago. The visit to the city is a tour of the historical, commercial and residential areas. - External visit and the courtyards of the Government Palace "La Moneda" (visit determined by the activities of the President), view of the historic center with the Plaza de Armas , Cathedral, Central Post Office, Municipality, etc. Then we will go through the main avenue of the city "La Alameda", Santa Lucia Hill, the Forest Park, Museum of Fine Arts, the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood and then continue to Cerro San Cristóbal, natural viewpoint of the city.- We continue through the Modern residential and commercial areas, sectors that reach the foot of the Andes Mountain Range. New neighborhoods such as Santa María de Manquehue, Las Condes and Vitacura, the Bicentennial Park, are mixed with sectors of advanced architecture such as the Barrio El Golf. Return to hotel and overnight.
Day 2
Valparaiso & Vina del Mar
Breakfast in the hotel. Departure from the hotel to the Pacific coast, crossing the fertile valleys of Curacaví and Casablanca, recognized this last for its production of white wines. - Tour of the coastal road, view of the city of Valparaíso from the viewpoints located in one of the 43 hills surrounding the bay and its curious elevators called "elevators" .- The historic center of this port city was declared a World Heritage Site, its architecture gives it a marked personality and enhances its tourist attraction. - View of its historical, commercial and administrative areas, the National Congress.- The Nobel Prize for Literature Pablo Neruda, more than 50 years ago inaugurated his house La Sebastiana in one of the hills, today is a museum and cultural center. Continuation to the neighboring city-spa of Viña del Mar, famous for its gardens, the Flower Clock is its symbol.- View of the Casino of Games, the main avenues and gardens of the coastal sector, and then continue by residential sectors of modern architecture , arrival to Reñaca Beach.- Lunch not included.- In the afternoon, return to the center of Viña del Mar, Plaza Vergara and Av. Alvarez, to take the highway to Santiago.- Arrival at the hotel and overnight.
Day 3
Departure flight
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the airport. End of our services.

  • Lodging in a 3 star hotel with breakfast.
  • Private transfers with driver (no guide).
  • Private tours with guide.
Not Included
  • Domestic and international flights
  • Extras and tips
  • Meals
  • Entrance fee to museums
  • Travel Insurance
  • Rates are not valid for Reveillon, Carnival, Champions Parade, Easter and National Holidays.

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