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Eclipse Solar GTE 360 2019

Tue Jul 2nd 2019
Chile, Gran Terra Elqui, La Serena, Coquimbo
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ECLIPSE GRAN TERRA ELQUI 360
In Gran Terra Elqui 360 we wait for you in our Glamping on July  2nd so that you come to write your own story in a new astronomical phenomenon of world level in a natural environment in which you will touch the universe with your hands.
They offer to participate in a unique experience in the region with specially chosen activities to enjoy this natural phenomenon, in a privileged environment of the Elqui Valley.

ACTIVITIES

  • Astronomical talks
  • Yoga classes
  • Megalithic labyrinths
  • Tibetan bowls
  • Pineal Gland Activation Exercise
  • Pink Floyd Tribute Concert
  • Magnolia Blues Concert
  • Trekking Circuits and Bicycles
  • Roast lamb on the stick
  • Wine tasting and local gastronomy

Program full day - All Inclusive - 130.000 Pesos Chilenos per person


THE PLACE
Discover the magic and charm of Gran Terra Elqui, a large-scale real estate project with a total development area of 273.8 hectares, land of 5,000 m2, equipment areas, services, access, viewpoints, large green areas and a panoramic view incomparable.
With a privileged location and environment, Gran Terra Elqui is located in the sector El Rosario, 15 km from the airport of the city of La Serena, Coquimbo Region. A unique and exclusive space for a different lifestyle, connected with the nature, tranquility, beauty and mysticism of the Elqui Valley. Because your highest expectations are our project, in Gran Terra Elqui we make your dreams come true.

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Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile

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Hotel Casa Real

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Located just outside of Santiago and inside of Santa Rita vineyard, one of the oldest wine cellars of Chile, this historical monument was fully renovated in 2017 becoming Hotel Casa Real, a luxury boutique hotel. Featuring 16 rooms and following a neoclassic style with views of the gardens and swimming pool. Guest can enjoy two diferentes restaurants, Casa Real in the inside or Doña Paula Restaurant in the gardens. Both offering a wide variety of wines.

Montes Winery

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Ambrosia

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Restaurant Ambrosia was born in 2003 on Calle Merced on a terrace behind the Museo de la Casa Colorada, in the Plaza de Armas. The Bazán Bañados family undertakes under the command of Luz Maria Bañados from the Banquetería towards the Restoration and their daughter Carolina Bazán, recently graduated from the school of gastronomy, takes over the kitchen.

The Restaurant soon stands out and installs as a reference to lunch in the civic center of the capital. For almost nine years.

In the year 2011 the change from the Center to the Oriente sector of Santiago, Pamplona street, in a residential neighborhood and away from the gastronomic circuit. The bet on the new Ambrosia is to deliver an experience of haute cuisine in a family and friendly atmosphere. A letter that changes daily privileging the fresh ingredients of the season, a varied selection of wines, good music, a nice garden and love for what we do ... Welcome to the new Bistronomy in Santiago.

Sala Gente - Alraz

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Sala Gente offers the best place in Santiago to hold presentations and conventions, with chairs, scenery and high audio, coordinated lighting, and latest technology.

Concha y Toro Winery

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

Chipe Libre

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

Undurraga Winery

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Located in the middle of the Maipo Valley, in the Santa Ana Estate, here you can visit one of the pioneer vineyards in the viticulture of Chile. With more than 130 years of experience and innovation, in Undurraga Winery they invite you to know how unique wines are produced, from specific origins, which reflects the best of the terroirs and valleys of Chile.

Bocanariz

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Luna de Pirque

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
In Luna de Pirque we have a wide variety of special services for you, and adapted to your needs. You can enjoy massages, therapies, classes, aesthetic treatments, or simply enjoy our comforts freely.

Mountain and Climbing

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
If you are adventurous, you like challenges and you are in constant competition with yourself, the challenging heights that Chile boasts will make you jump with excitement. Mountains, snowfalls and even craters are some of the goals with which the country awaits you.

Rafting Maipo

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
The Maipo river is close to Santiago, and its waters go from grade 3 in the fall-winter season to grade 4 in spring and summer. Once there you will be able to enjoy a spectacular view of the Maipo volcano, from where this river originates. At first it runs calmly, but then becomes a torrent as it descends through the valleys until it eventually forms the imposing and swift-flowing Maipo river.
 

Museum of Memory and Human Rights

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
A museum founded to reflect on and remember the human rights abuses under Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.

Santa Rita Winery

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.

Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center

Valentines Day in Santiago de Chile
Sheraton Santiago Hotel & Convention Center offers a fantastic outdoor pool and a full fitness center. This luxury and 5-star accommodation is located in the Providencia district of Santiago. Free WiFi access is available in public areas.

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile

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Naoki

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Naoki restaurant is a revelation inside the Santiago restaurant.

The chef Marcos Baeza meets with preparations that go through a path of their own flavors, where the traditions and techniques of Japanese food meet with the Chilean flavors and dressings.

Its cuisine is based mainly on seafood products worked with other places, with dishes that, surely, do not leave anyone indifferent.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Ambrosia

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Our history
Restaurant Ambrosia was born in 2003 on Calle Merced on a terrace behind the Museo de la Casa Colorada, in the Plaza de Armas. The Bazán Bañados family undertakes under the command of Luz Maria Bañados from the Banquetería towards the Restoration and their daughter Carolina Bazán, recently graduated from the school of gastronomy, takes over the kitchen.

The Restaurant soon stands out and installs as a reference to lunch in the civic center of the capital. For almost nine years.

In the year 2011 the change from the Center to the Oriente sector of Santiago, Pamplona street, in a residential neighborhood and away from the gastronomic circuit. The bet on the new Ambrosia is to deliver an experience of haute cuisine in a family and friendly atmosphere. A letter that changes daily privileging the fresh ingredients of the season, a varied selection of wines, good music, a nice garden and love for what we do ... Welcome to the new Bistronomy in Santiago.

Borago

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
EAT
In our effort to reflect what the soil gives us, we have brought the best products from a somewhat unusual corner of our planet, which we consider invaluable. Our tasting menus collect and combine the best endemic product of the Chilean territory, in continual evolution throughout the year. Much of the food is cut from soils not intervened, by collecting communities and small producers throughout Chile, which is why the dishes can vary even during each course.
WATER
The water served in Boragó comes from the rain of Patagonia, with a high degree of purity.
MILK
The milk used, especially in our ice cream, is milked by us and comes from natural aging.
WINES
We do not have a wine list. In return, we seek to add the effort of family projects full of passion. We have a wine pool. These represent particular conditions in the Chilean territory, occasionally with surprising results.
VEGETABLES
30 minutes from Boragó, we grow vegetables our way, with maximum use and always in the most natural way.
HARVEST
We understand the restaurant as a provider; One day we can cut a wild fruit that grows three weeks a year at 3,500 meters and the next, unique mushrooms from a forest.
SEA
We work without intermediaries, but directly with fishermen.
SMALL PRODUCERS
There are more than 200 collectors and small producers throughout the country. They have the same role as the rest of the team. Unfortunately, they are not visible in our dining room, but without them, we could not even give 10% of the food we offer.

La Mar

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
As the name suggests the focus of this restaurant´s cuisine is entirely on seafood, with its various sorts of ceviches being the most popular orders. The high quality pisco sours and the wine list are also very well spoken of by guests as well as the innovative sushi rolls and surprising desserts; the chocolate fondue is a must-have.

040 Restaurant

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Spanish chef dazzles Santiago with molecular magic
What makes it special? Spanish chef Sergio Barroso is part of a new wave of chefs in Chile who take inspiration from around the world while mining the country's own rich culinary history. His sleek restaurant in a boutique hotel serves up a succession of inventive, technically accomplished dishes that are strongly influenced by molecular gastronomy.
About the chef: Born in Madrid, Barroso worked at El Bulli and Denis Martin in Switzerland before he moved to Chile in 2012. Restaurant 040 opened in 2015.
Typical dishes: Barroso's cooking style is clearly shaped by his time at El Bulli with options such as sous vide egg yolk combined with glazed peas, chicken stock and bacon foam, served in the shell on a bed of hay. Another highlight is intense Chilean sea urchin, which is given a savoury depth with slivers of fried chicken skin.
A few words on the room: Red roses, white faux-baroque furniture and huge glass doors leading onto a terrace and pool, it's a seductively romantic space that attracts a well-heeled clientele.
Don't miss: Room Number 9 – a secret rooftop bar that is hidden behind a nondescript door. Only restaurant diners and members are allowed to enter

Baco

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Great location, pleasant ambience and decor inspired by Chilean wines, so is Baco Vino y BistrO - a restaurant stripped of French cuisine that is off the "turisti" route. The wines are the highlight of the letter and most of the labels can be tasted by the glass, allowing the customer to try more than one strain.
 

Ox Restaurant

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
A premier steakhouse found in Santiago that is perfect for larger groups.............

Rubaiyat

Top 10 restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Since its opening, in 2016, Rubaiyat Chile has been awarded: it was recognized for two consecutive years as “The Best Meat Restaurant in Chile”, “The Best Wine Menu”, “Top 10 Gastronómico y Excelencia en Servicio”, and more.

It is located in the gastronomic center of the capital, right in Nueva Costanera Ave., where you can find the best restaurants of the city.

It has a menu that combines flavors of authentic Brazilian and Spanish traditions, with tasty local seafood and “land food”.

A well-lit wide hall with tables made of certified solid wood, a retractable roof that allows an al fresco dining feeling, a view to the kitchen and its clay oven, and a beautiful tropical garden create a pleasant atmosphere of well-being
On the second floor, there are two halls intended to private, family, and business meetings.

Rubaiyat Chile is the group’s ninth restaurant. The capital of Chile was chosen to extend the group’s gastronomic boundaries.

Chile Top Wineries

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Undurraga Winery

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Founded in 1885 by Don Francisco Undurraga Vicuna, this is one of the oldest wineries in Chile.
Located in the middle of the Maipo Valley, in the Santa Ana Estate, here you can visit one of the pioneer vineyards in the viticulture of Chile. With more than 130 years of experience and innovation, in Undurraga Winery they invite you to know how unique wines are produced, from specific origins, which reflects the best of the terroirs and valleys of Chile.

Montes Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Concha y Toro Winery

Chile Top Wineries
A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

Santa Rita Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.

The winery has over 3,000 hectares planted across the prestigious valleys of Limarí (131 hectares), Casablanca (314 hectares), Leyda (90 hectares), Maipo (796 hectares), Colchagua (1.043 hectares), Curicó (458 hectares) and Maule (131 hectares). This great geographical diversity has allowed their vine growers and winemakers to produce a wide range of high quality wines, marked by their individual terroir.

Miguel Torres Winery

Chile Top Wineries
With a presence in over 100 countries, the Miguel Torres Chile family winery has established itself over the past 30 years as one of the main producers of high-quality wines, through its products’ identity, respect for the environment, and social responsibility.

Casa Silva Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Casa Silva Winery has the oldest cellar in the Colchagua Valley. However, under its historical and traditional facade, one of the most modern wineries in Chile is hidden. Located among the centenary vineyards of the Angostura estate, it has state-of-the-art technology, different barrel rooms with perfect conditions for wine storage and a sector specially equipped for small vinifications. Inside you will also find historic underground tunnels, as well as a beautiful collection of vintage cars. It is open all year round for visits and wine tastings.

Viu Manent Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Viu Manent is a Chilean winery owned by the Viu family. It was founded in 1935 when the Catalonian immigrant Miguel Viu-García and his two sons Agustín and Miguel Viu-Manent founded Bodegas Viu in Santiago de Chile. They bottled and sold wine on the local market under the “Vinos Viu” brand.
 

Morande Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Morande Winery were pioneers in creating and planting vineyards in Casablanca. Today the valley enjoys great international prestige and has opened the door to other coastal vineyards in Chile. Morande Winery were also the first to believe in the great potential of the Maule Valley and the old, traditional varieties seldom seen today, such as Carignan and País.

Lapostolle Winery

Chile Top Wineries
Lapostolle Wines was founded by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet in 1994. Alexandra is a member of the renowned family that has been dedicated for several generations to the production of high-quality spirits and wines.

Errazuriz Winery

Chile Top Wineries
For more than a century, the Viña Errázuriz Historical Winery in Panquehue has remained a symbol of the vision of the future, the drive and the entrepreneurial capacity of Don Maximiano Errázuriz, the founder of the vineyard.

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile

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Room 09

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
There are two ways to enter the top floor of the Tinto Boutique Hotel. One is to eat the tasting menu at the 040 restaurant, on the subway, and ask for the key. The other is to have a membership card, because this bar falls into the speakeasy category, which refers to the hidden bars of the era of the gringo prohibition. And the exclusive, in this case, works. The idea is to launch a series of author's drinks.

Chipe Libre

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru, it is an ideal place to enjoy with friends, as a couple or to make a business lunch. It has a terrace with very comfortable furniture and outdoor tables. Everything is made of wood, and both the walls and decorative accessories are rustic, the good lighting of the place gives a harmonious and relaxed. Its menu is composed of a very complete menu, with 65 types of Chilean and Peruvian piscos in different preparations, a section of original drinks, wines and a variety of desserts. It has a trained public service to explain the composition of the different types of dishes and help the customer to choose and complement them correctly. It has a bar where you can taste a variety of drinks in different and elaborate presentations, an example of what you can try is the "" pisco is in the air "" that has raspberries, papaya and basil.

Lolita Jones Restaurant

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Casa Lastarrias

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
The Casa Lastarria restaurant is the gateway to the cultural heart of the city of Santiago: the Lastarria neighborhood. Between narrow streets and charming corners, a cozy stone castle opens up, the best place to share and taste an innovative gastronomic bet. In its three levels, it has perfect spaces to capture the best of each conversation.
 

Millesime

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Millesime Estudio is the first private gastronomic club in the world, which for its amazing gastronomy, service, innovative design, elegance and its privileged location, will become the gastronomic-social center of the city of Santiago de Chile.

Lorenza

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
BAR AND KITCHEN WITH FLAVORS OF THE END OF THE WORLD.

Go out to eat and go drinking in one place. This is the invitation of our restaurant, where the dishes are prepared with the best national and international products.- Tuna sealed in fine herbs oil, octopus braised with quinoa of cilantro, an exquisite smoked filet in cherry wood, a spectacular pasta stuffed with spider crab on creams, cilantro and truffled mushrooms, a roast cooked strip at 30 hours and a lamb from Tierra del Fuego are just some of the options you'll find at Lorenza Bistro. Exclusive and original are the drinks that complement the offer that are enjoyed together with a striking bar that takes center stage at night.

Siete Negronis

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
The bar is large and lively. It is one of the best seasonal premieres, where the drink that gives its name to the house is served as such, but also under other variants dyed in fashion and quality. There are also old acquaintances, such as the mango-passion fruit daiquri and a long list of drinks with pisco, rum and gin. Evenings and thematic evenings are also part of its decoration, apart from a short but forceful list of dishes, with sandwiches, sandwiches of meat and seafood, which give a more serious air to the proposal.

Bar Medanoso

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile

438/5000
The Medanoso Bar, is the first rooftop bar of the Dehesa, where you can enjoy a spectacular outdoor terrace, with the best snacks and dishes to your liking.

In the Medanoso, you can find different events such as a Magical Bulleit Bourbon and other events. In addition, the dishes vary from exotic salads to meats to share.

The hours are from Monday from 1:00 pm to 1:00 am and on Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 am.

Red Luxury Bar

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Red Luxury Bar cocktails and more than 280 labels of various premium liquors are part of the attractive offer of the new RED luxury bar, a space specialized in high standard cocktails, which has an extensive range of premium distillates, champagne, sparkling wines and wines, where each Cocktail is always accompanied by an individual tapa, in pairing.

La Feria

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
The origin of Club La Feria goes back 20 years ago thanks to a metamorphosis suffered by an old theater located in the Bellavista neighborhood. Since its inception, it has stood out for being a club with excellent acoustic performances and the convening of a select social group that enjoys electronic music and especially good party.

In its long history Club La Feria has hosted the best exponents of electronic music both nationally and internationally. Some recognized national artists who have stepped on the club are; Tony Mass, Marcelo Umaña, Felipe Valenzuela, Andre Butano and Alejandro Vivanco, who live spreading and promoting the different tendencies in tech house and deep house sounds.

The consolidation of Club La Feria as a club of international level results from the visit of important artists of the world circuit such as Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Dubfire, Guy J, Daniel Sanchez, Layo & Bushwacka, Dj Sneak and Richie Hawtin who have taken over of the cabin and the dance floor.

The year 2012 the club undergoes a restructuring that adds a new page to its history and a new step to the evolution of its proposal. The remodeling includes a new and attractive decoration and installation of a Funktion One sound system that was brought exclusively from England and is used in the best clubs in the world.

In a new stage, Club La Feria continues offering the most select of international electronic music, with a preferential location and an atmosphere that positions it as the best electronic music venue in the country.

Patio Bellavista

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Patio Bellavista opened its doors in January 2006, after a valuable patrimonial rescue that involved the restoration of the structure of an old cité and a series of industrial warehouses of 1900.

With 10,000 m2 built, Patio Bellavista is a meeting place with 70 operators in total, where gastronomy, culture, art, fine craft shops, design and clothing converge, and a boutique hotel.

It is an urban and entertainment panorama on a human scale that receives 8 million visits per year, of which 80% correspond to Chileans and the remaining 20% ​​to foreigners, in a safe, cosmopolitan, varied and easily accessible environment, with 225 underground parking.

It offers permanent and free multiple activities, such as: concerts, exhibitions of photography, painting, sculpture, miniature theater, fairs with sale of books or objects of national design, among others.

Patio Bellavista has received three important recognitions. He was selected for the architecture biennials of the years 2006 and 2010 for his design, patrimonial rescue and contribution to the neighborhood. Additionally, he was selected to be exhibited in the Chile Pavilion of the Expo Shanghai 2010. Finally, he was highlighted as winner in the category 'Urban regeneration and rehabilitation' in the 2015 Urban Contribution Awards, organized by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development, Chilean Chamber of Construction and the Association of Architects Offices of Chile AG

La Casa en el Aire

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
In 1993 La Casa en el Aire was born in an old mansion in the Bellavista neighborhood (Antonia López de Bello 0125). Exiled from Colombia, its owners wanted to pay tribute to the nation that hosted them, baptizing this meeting place with the same name as an emblematic folklore song from the coffee country.

They were invited to participate in Patio Bellavista with a small corner of song and poetry in the heart of the central square, becoming in a short time an essential referent within the offer of the gastronomic and cultural center. In addition to offering a wide range of drinks, liquors and snacks with products brought exclusively from Colombia, they set up a sort of artistic spell day after day, giving space to various musical expressions of the Latin American songbook through a first class cultural program that It includes storytelling, music, tango, cueca and boleros.

In 2012 the premises expanded, which implied a considerable increase in its capacity and also the arrival of a new menu-menu, with the inclusion of new dishes that contain a strong influence of Colombian food

Bar Cosmopolitan

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Cosmopolitan is a Restobar full of style, design and comfort, special to share a pleasant moment with friends and family. Its exquisite menu invites you to live an experience of different flavors, as well as a complete wine and drinks list and a wide variety of the best beers in the world.

The specialty of the house are tapas, both cold and hot. Among them, they highlight the omelet of potatoes, Galician octopus, wild potatoes and more ... there are also mixes of montaditos that bring a combination of each of them.

La bodeguita de Miguel Torres

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
La bodeguita de Miguel Torres menu consecrates a selection of sparkling wines, liqueurs, cavas and champagne, going through a wide variety of styles in white and red wines; icons of the valleys of Chile and the world, assemblages, specialties and wines of small productions.

Barrica 94

Top cocktail bars in Santiago de Chile
Barrica 94 is a meeting point between wine and gastronomy; a place where you can find one of the widest selections of wines by the glass or bottle, both Chilean and foreign, together with a varied gastronomic offer whose pillar is Chilean food.

In Barrica 94 you will be able to enjoy the best wines accompanied by cheese and charcuterie tables, a variety of classic snacks such as oysters, parmesan machas or a potato omelette, and dishes that match classic preparations with new proposals, such as a roast of long cooking strip with chancaca and merkén sauce or a lasagna of lamb. For those who are not wine lovers, Barrica 94 also has a bar of distillates and beers and a full range of cocktails.

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile

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Piso uno

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
The restobar Piso Uno marks the return of chef Jose Ozaki, one of the most talented exponents of Nikkei cuisine in our country. In this space, the creator of the Nikkei Republic has also put together a letter that explores the fusion of oriental flavors with Peruvian dressings and Chilean products.

Chipe Libre

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

Lolita Jones Restaurant

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Taringa

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Taringa is one of the most taquilleros bars in Santiago. This place -which is located in Vitacura- offers good drinks and excellent snacks like original pizzas. The size of the piscolas is more generous in comparison to those that others serve in most of the pubs of the capital.

Bar Manio

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Bar Manio menu is based on rediscovering flavors and aromas, which complements this winter season, with new techniques and combinations. With signature cocktails they want to take clients to an unforgettable experience together with decorate, there are cocktails of men or women, they are the experience of Bar Manio.

Red Luxury Bar

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Red Luxury Bar cocktails and more than 280 labels of various premium liquors are part of the attractive offer of the new RED luxury bar, a space specialized in high standard cocktails, which has an extensive range of premium distillates, champagne, sparkling wines and wines, where each Cocktail is always accompanied by an individual tapa, in pairing.

Siete Negronis

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
The bar is large and lively. It is one of the best seasonal premieres, where the drink that gives its name to the house is served as such, but also under other variants dyed in fashion and quality. There are also old acquaintances, such as the mango-passion fruit daiquri and a long list of drinks with pisco, rum and gin. Evenings and thematic evenings are also part of its decoration, apart from a short but forceful list of dishes, with sandwiches, sandwiches of meat and seafood, which give a more serious air to the proposal.

Bar Ciudadano

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
Bar Ciudadano is a new, modern and informal alternative to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine with touches of other lands, where you will find a variety of preparations that are constantly renewed. In honor of a great who sacredly visited us to share a pisco sour, filling our walls with color.
 

Casa Lastarrias

Best Pisco Sour In Santiago de Chile
The Casa Lastarria restaurant is the gateway to the cultural heart of the city of Santiago: the Lastarria neighborhood. Between narrow streets and charming corners, a cozy stone castle opens up, the best place to share and taste an innovative gastronomic bet. In its three levels, it has perfect spaces to capture the best of each conversation.
 

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La bodeguita de Miguel Torres

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
La bodeguita de Miguel Torres menu consecrates a selection of sparkling wines, liqueurs, cavas and champagne, going through a wide variety of styles in white and red wines; icons of the valleys of Chile and the world, assemblages, specialties and wines of small productions.

Bocanariz

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Concha y Toro Wine Bar

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Concha y Toro, one of the oldest vineyards, with the longest tradition in Chile, and one of the most important in the world, is located in the picturesque rural area of ​​Pirque, just 1 hour from Santiago.

Club de los Amantes del Vino Chile

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
A prestigious wine company selling various wines as well as tours and exhibitions.............

Casa Lastarrias

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
The Casa Lastarria restaurant is the gateway to the cultural heart of the city of Santiago: the Lastarria neighborhood. Between narrow streets and charming corners, a cozy stone castle opens up, the best place to share and taste an innovative gastronomic bet. In its three levels, it has perfect spaces to capture the best of each conversation.
 

La Vinoteca

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Named the best wine shop in Chile by Frommers, you can’t doubt the quality of La Vinoteca. Equipped with friendly, knowledgeable and unpretentious staff, you visit will be informed and welcoming without the hoity-toity nonsense. Specialising in hard to find and boutique wines, you’ll find little-known gems that you can take home and enjoy.

Vinolia

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Wine adventure in Santiago, Look to the main Chile vineyards through a incredible experience where you can to taste wines from the most highlight wine yards from our country even get out Chile.They invite you to sit down in our cinema room to taste the best wines from Chile, through a virtual ride where you are going to learn about aromas, wines and top vineyards. In 1 hour without leaving Santiago.

Sensory Experience
They invite you to know the main aromatic descriptors of wine.


Movie & Tasting
Look to the Chile yards, flying on the fields and wine yards, in the movie room, First in Latam specialized on Wine tasting, where you can to taste 5 different wines, from 5 different vineyards, together a cheese and toasts appetizers.
“Buying anyone o four adventures you have 20% off to purchase wines.”



 

Lolita Jones Restaurant

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Barrica 94

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Barrica 94 is a meeting point between wine and gastronomy; a place where you can find one of the widest selections of wines by the glass or bottle, both Chilean and foreign, together with a varied gastronomic offer whose pillar is Chilean food.

In Barrica 94 you will be able to enjoy the best wines accompanied by cheese and charcuterie tables, a variety of classic snacks such as oysters, parmesan machas or a potato omelette, and dishes that match classic preparations with new proposals, such as a roast of long cooking strip with chancaca and merkén sauce or a lasagna of lamb. For those who are not wine lovers, Barrica 94 also has a bar of distillates and beers and a full range of cocktails.

Baco

Best Wine Bars in Santiago de Chile
Great location, pleasant ambience and decor inspired by Chilean wines, so is Baco Vino y BistrO - a restaurant stripped of French cuisine that is off the "turisti" route. The wines are the highlight of the letter and most of the labels can be tasted by the glass, allowing the customer to try more than one strain.
 

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Ambrosia Bistro

Best executive menu in Santiago
AmbrosIa Bistro is the restaurant of Carolina Bazan, the same chef who is part of the list of the 50 best cuisines in Latin America. There, every Saturday you can try a brunch menu with dreamy Benedictine eggs.

Chipe Libre

Best executive menu in Santiago
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

Naoki

Best executive menu in Santiago
Naoki restaurant is a revelation inside the Santiago restaurant.

The chef Marcos Baeza meets with preparations that go through a path of their own flavors, where the traditions and techniques of Japanese food meet with the Chilean flavors and dressings.

Its cuisine is based mainly on seafood products worked with other places, with dishes that, surely, do not leave anyone indifferent.

Bocanariz

Best executive menu in Santiago
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Best executive menu in Santiago
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Le due Torri

Best executive menu in Santiago
For excellent homemade pastas such as agnolotti, stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach, head to this longtime Italian-owned favorite. The rear of the dining room, with its small cypress trees and corner pergola, is traditional, while seating in the front is more contemporary. The name of the restaurant refers to the two towers erected by the dueling Garisenda and Asinelli families in the owner's native Bologna. Known for: pasta; casual setting.

Sarita Colonia

Best executive menu in Santiago
Sarita Colonia restaurant was born in the year 2000 in the neighborhood of Bellavista in Santiago de Chile, after a little while it becomes the 'must' of the Santiago artistic scene and the 'SaritaLovers' appear.
 

Nolita Restaurant

Best executive menu in Santiago
With an Italian-American fusion food menu, the Nolita Isidora was born whose specialty is stuffed pasta and seafood. After the success achieved, a new Nolita was replicated in the neighborhood of Lastarria, in a more relaxed version and according to the place as a heritage and cultural center of Santiago. NoLiTa Abbreviation of "North of little Italy" a neighborhood of New York, which was the inspiration of brothers Carlos and Pancho Toro during his stay in the USA. to create a gastronomic reference in Santiago. The perfect fusion of Italian-American food made the gastronomic commitment of the brothers an example of Chilean gastronomic entrepreneurship. Working with passion and dedication from the first fruits, Carlos and Pancho inspired vocations and through the years family members joined.

Le Bistrot

Best executive menu in Santiago
As the name suggests, Le Bistrot uses French cuisine influences to create traditional dishes of the upmost quality and freshness, brining you a casual and economical dining experience; a guarantee made by head chef Gaetan Eonet. In 2010, Eonet launched ‘Bistromania’, a simple proposal that encouraged the finest cooking practices and French classics to be created within a welcoming atmosphere.

Mestizo restaurant

Best executive menu in Santiago
Located in Vitacura, a consolidated gastronomic district, with parks and luxury shops, parking on the street and high security, is Mestizo. One of the most visited restaurants in Chile, it takes care of every detail in its dishes that have a delicious flavor and the best presentation.

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers

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Borago

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
EAT
In our effort to reflect what the soil gives us, we have brought the best products from a somewhat unusual corner of our planet, which we consider invaluable. Our tasting menus collect and combine the best endemic product of the Chilean territory, in continual evolution throughout the year. Much of the food is cut from soils not intervened, by collecting communities and small producers throughout Chile, which is why the dishes can vary even during each course.
WATER
The water served in Boragó comes from the rain of Patagonia, with a high degree of purity.
MILK
The milk used, especially in our ice cream, is milked by us and comes from natural aging.
WINES
We do not have a wine list. In return, we seek to add the effort of family projects full of passion. We have a wine pool. These represent particular conditions in the Chilean territory, occasionally with surprising results.
VEGETABLES
30 minutes from Boragó, we grow vegetables our way, with maximum use and always in the most natural way.
HARVEST
We understand the restaurant as a provider; One day we can cut a wild fruit that grows three weeks a year at 3,500 meters and the next, unique mushrooms from a forest.
SEA
We work without intermediaries, but directly with fishermen.
SMALL PRODUCERS
There are more than 200 collectors and small producers throughout the country. They have the same role as the rest of the team. Unfortunately, they are not visible in our dining room, but without them, we could not even give 10% of the food we offer.

Barrica 94

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Barrica 94 is a meeting point between wine and gastronomy; a place where you can find one of the widest selections of wines by the glass or bottle, both Chilean and foreign, together with a varied gastronomic offer whose pillar is Chilean food.

In Barrica 94 you will be able to enjoy the best wines accompanied by cheese and charcuterie tables, a variety of classic snacks such as oysters, parmesan machas or a potato omelette, and dishes that match classic preparations with new proposals, such as a roast of long cooking strip with chancaca and merkén sauce or a lasagna of lamb. For those who are not wine lovers, Barrica 94 also has a bar of distillates and beers and a full range of cocktails.

Bocanariz

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Concha y Toro Wine Bar

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Concha y Toro, one of the oldest vineyards, with the longest tradition in Chile, and one of the most important in the world, is located in the picturesque rural area of ​​Pirque, just 1 hour from Santiago. In this well-known place famous for its exquisite wines, you will have the opportunity to visit the gardens of the old summer house of Don Melchor de Concha y Toro. You can also learn about the growth of the vines and you will have the opportunity to visit their old wineries that include the "Casillero del Diablo" and better yet, you will learn more about the legend that has made Chilean wine known around the world.

La bodeguita de Miguel Torres

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
La bodeguita de Miguel Torres menu consecrates a selection of sparkling wines, liqueurs, cavas and champagne, going through a wide variety of styles in white and red wines; icons of the valleys of Chile and the world, assemblages, specialties and wines of small productions.

Vinolia

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Wine adventure in Santiago, Look to the main Chile vineyards through a incredible experience where you can to taste wines from the most highlight wine yards from our country even get out Chile.They invite you to sit down in our cinema room to taste the best wines from Chile, through a virtual ride where you are going to learn about aromas, wines and top vineyards. In 1 hour without leaving Santiago.

Sensory Experience
They invite you to know the main aromatic descriptors of wine.


Movie & Tasting
Look to the Chile yards, flying on the fields and wine yards, in the movie room, First in Latam specialized on Wine tasting, where you can to taste 5 different wines, from 5 different vineyards, together a cheese and toasts appetizers.
“Buying anyone o four adventures you have 20% off to purchase wines.”



 

Baco

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Great location, pleasant ambience and decor inspired by Chilean wines, so is Baco Vino y BistrO - a restaurant stripped of French cuisine that is off the "turisti" route. The wines are the highlight of the letter and most of the labels can be tasted by the glass, allowing the customer to try more than one strain.
 

Piso uno

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
The restobar Piso Uno marks the return of chef Jose Ozaki, one of the most talented exponents of Nikkei cuisine in our country. In this space, the creator of the Nikkei Republic has also put together a letter that explores the fusion of oriental flavors with Peruvian dressings and Chilean products.

Bar Liguria

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
The Bar Liguria opened its doors on August 10, 1990 on Avenida Providencia 2682, right next to the traditional Monix perfumery and under the old Radio Mining. It was a small room, with no more divisions than the kitchen and the bathrooms; with a staff - among owners, chefs and garzones - that did not exceed half a dozen.

A good sample of what has always been served at Chilean tables can be found at the Liguria Bar. Traditional recipes such as casserole, lentils with sausage, baked silver, breaded pejerreyes, noodles with mechada meat, charquicán or fried cochayuyo; prepared under a strict process of selection of ingredients and a kitchen with technology, but with an experience that guarantees great taste. You can also choose a good selection of traditional and new sandwiches, machas a la parmesanas , pichanga or chicken pil pil.

At the time of drinking, we have an excellent wine list, beers and spirits plus a bar staff that performs with mestría all kinds of orders, from pisco sour to wines with fruit. Everything to the client's pleasure

Peumayen Restaurant

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Peumayen Bellavista, was born in 2013 with the idea of making a restaurant inspired by our native peoples and in this way to publicize the richness of pre-Hispanic cuisine.

La Vinoteca

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Never before had it been possible to eat at La Vinoteca. That, until a couple of weeks ago, that opened the 3rd restaurant. Floor, precisely at that level of the shop specializing in wines from Nueva Costanera.
 

Chipe Libre

Best restaurants in Santiago de Chile for Wine Lovers
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

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Lolita Jones Restaurant

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Sala Gente - Alraz

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Sala Gente offers the best place in Santiago to hold presentations and conventions, with chairs, scenery and high audio, coordinated lighting, and latest technology.
Sala Gente can also be used for business diner, brand openings, institutional events within the different environments inside the location. Sala Gente also brings to the table the best catering services, including decoration and gourmet kitchen tastes.

Chipe Libre

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

Bocanariz

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

La Feria

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
The origin of Club La Feria goes back 20 years ago thanks to a metamorphosis suffered by an old theater located in the Bellavista neighborhood. Since its inception, it has stood out for being a club with excellent acoustic performances and the convening of a select social group that enjoys electronic music and especially good party.

In its long history Club La Feria has hosted the best exponents of electronic music both nationally and internationally. Some recognized national artists who have stepped on the club are; Tony Mass, Marcelo Umaña, Felipe Valenzuela, Andre Butano and Alejandro Vivanco, who live spreading and promoting the different tendencies in tech house and deep house sounds.

The consolidation of Club La Feria as a club of international level results from the visit of important artists of the world circuit such as Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Dubfire, Guy J, Daniel Sanchez, Layo & Bushwacka, Dj Sneak and Richie Hawtin who have taken over of the cabin and the dance floor.

The year 2012 the club undergoes a restructuring that adds a new page to its history and a new step to the evolution of its proposal. The remodeling includes a new and attractive decoration and installation of a Funktion One sound system that was brought exclusively from England and is used in the best clubs in the world.

In a new stage, Club La Feria continues offering the most select of international electronic music, with a preferential location and an atmosphere that positions it as the best electronic music venue in the country.

Piso uno

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
The restobar Piso Uno marks the return of chef Jose Ozaki, one of the most talented exponents of Nikkei cuisine in our country. In this space, the creator of the Nikkei Republic has also put together a letter that explores the fusion of oriental flavors with Peruvian dressings and Chilean products.

Club de Jazz of Santiago

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Since 1943, the Jazz Club of Santiago has been considered one of the best musical spaces in the country, becoming not only the Jazz club with the greatest tradition in Chile, but one of the oldest in the world.

The combination of a deep love for music and the friendly atmosphere generated between its musicians and the public have made this institution one of the most renowned in our musical history.
 

Red Luxury Bar

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Red Luxury Bar cocktails and more than 280 labels of various premium liquors are part of the attractive offer of the new RED luxury bar, a space specialized in high standard cocktails, which has an extensive range of premium distillates, champagne, sparkling wines and wines, where each Cocktail is always accompanied by an individual tapa, in pairing.

Bar Ciudadano

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Bar Ciudadano is a new, modern and informal alternative to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine with touches of other lands, where you will find a variety of preparations that are constantly renewed. In honor of a great who sacredly visited us to share a pisco sour, filling our walls with color.
 

Club Eve

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
In the nineties, several brands that represent our club, in 2007, a group of businessmen, an important part of the nightclub and the transformation into the New Eve Club that until today is still a benchmark of the bohemian santiaguina .

CURRENTLY EVE CLUB WORKS FROM TUESDAY TO SATURDAY WITHOUT STOPPING.

Lorenza Bistro

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
Go out to eat and go drinking in one place. This is the invitation of our restaurant, where the dishes are prepared with the best national and international products.- Tuna sealed in fine herbs oil, octopus braised with quinoa of cilantro, an exquisite smoked filet in cherry wood, a spectacular pasta stuffed with spider crab on creams, cilantro and truffled mushrooms, a roast cooked strip at 30 hours and a lamb from Tierra del Fuego are just some of the options you'll find at Lorenza Bistro. Exclusive and original are the drinks that complement the offer that are enjoyed together with a striking bar that takes center stage at night.

Siete Negronis

Nightlife in Santiago de Chile
The bar is large and lively. It is one of the best seasonal premieres, where the drink that gives its name to the house is served as such, but also under other variants dyed in fashion and quality. There are also old acquaintances, such as the mango-passion fruit daiquri and a long list of drinks with pisco, rum and gin. Evenings and thematic evenings are also part of its decoration, apart from a short but forceful list of dishes, with sandwiches, sandwiches of meat and seafood, which give a more serious air to the proposal.

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago

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Sheraton Santiago Hotel and Convention Center

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
Sheraton Santiago Hotel & Convention Center offers a fantastic outdoor pool and a full fitness center. This luxury and 5-star accommodation is located in the Providencia district of Santiago. Free WiFi access is available in public areas.

Sala Gente - Alraz

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
Sala Gente offers the best place in Santiago to hold presentations and conventions, with chairs, scenery and high audio, coordinated lighting, and latest technology.
Sala Gente can also be used for business diner, brand openings, institutional events within the different environments inside the location. Sala Gente also brings to the table the best catering services, including decoration and gourmet kitchen tastes.

Lorenza Bistro

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
Go out to eat and go drinking in one place. This is the invitation of our restaurant, where the dishes are prepared with the best national and international products.- Tuna sealed in fine herbs oil, octopus braised with quinoa of cilantro, an exquisite smoked filet in cherry wood, a spectacular pasta stuffed with spider crab on creams, cilantro and truffled mushrooms, a roast cooked strip at 30 hours and a lamb from Tierra del Fuego are just some of the options you'll find at Lorenza Bistro. Exclusive and original are the drinks that complement the offer that are enjoyed together with a striking bar that takes center stage at night.

Casa Piedra

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
The CasaPiedra Events and Exhibitions Center was created in March 1994, becoming the most prestigious and best equipped in the country. It is located in the exclusive commune of Vitacura, with quick and easy access to highways, hotels, shopping centers and the airport, which makes the area an important commercial and business activity.

Lolita Jones Restaurant

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Piso uno

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
The restobar Piso Uno marks the return of chef Jose Ozaki, one of the most talented exponents of Nikkei cuisine in our country. In this space, the creator of the Nikkei Republic has also put together a letter that explores the fusion of oriental flavors with Peruvian dressings and Chilean products.

Club Eve

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
In the nineties, several brands that represent our club, in 2007, a group of businessmen, an important part of the nightclub and the transformation into the New Eve Club that until today is still a benchmark of the bohemian santiaguina .

CURRENTLY EVE CLUB WORKS FROM TUESDAY TO SATURDAY WITHOUT STOPPING.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Where to Enjoy New Years Eve Part in Santiago
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Best tours to and in Valparaiso

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Valparaiso Street Art

Best tours to and in Valparaiso
Probably the number one reason for visitors to travel to Valparaiso is to gaze upon their murals and their colors. There are many tours where you can enjoy the most important sites, you can go to Cielo Abierto Museum, as well as the murals around the city, specially Cerro Alegre and Cerro Concepción.

Valparaiso Port

Best tours to and in Valparaiso
The Valparaiso Port: South Pacific commercial emporium The most reliable background on the port history of Valparaíso dates from 1810, when Villaurrutia pier was built.

Ascensores Valparaiso

Best tours to and in Valparaiso
The elevators and funicylars of Valparaiso make up an integrated system of a current means of transport that represents a living industrial heritage unique in the world. This particular means of urban transport, installed in the imaginary of the inhabitants and visitors of Valparaíso.

Best tours and things to do in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas

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Solace Hotel Puerto Varas

Best tours and things to do in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas
Hotel Solace is a new type of Hotel in Puerto Varas. Conceived and designed in a modern style, built and equipped according to the latest and most demanding standards of efficiency, quality and service.

Puerto Montt

Best tours and things to do in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas
Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.
 

Puerto Varas

Best tours and things to do in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!

The Singular - Patagonia Puerto Bories Hotel

Best tours and things to do in Puerto Montt and Puerto Varas
The Singular Hotel Patagonia is the transition between our small existence and the majestic, eternal surroundings. Declared national heritage in 1996, The Singular Patagonia, Puerto Bories Hotel, is a unique historic destination, set in a privilege setting and location which position it as one of the best in the south. Live a luxurious experience in what is known as the end of the world route.
 

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19

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Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Brasserie Fuente Belga

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Fuente Belga is a company with years of experience in the gastronomic sector, company of Belgian origin, with the clear objective of showing both the cuisine of this country and its important culture.

Lolita Jones Restaurant

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Ambrosia Restaurant

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Ambrosia is one of the island's most tranquil & dreamlike terrace restaurants with a view to Santorini and the caldera. A fine Mediterranean and Greek Cuisine, with seafo...

Taringa

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Taringa is one of the most taquilleros bars in Santiago. This place -which is located in Vitacura- offers good drinks and excellent snacks like original pizzas. The size of the piscolas is more generous in comparison to those that others serve in most of the pubs of the capital.

Nolita Restaurant

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
With an Italian-American fusion food menu, the Nolita Isidora was born whose specialty is stuffed pasta and seafood. After the success achieved, a new Nolita was replicated in the neighborhood of Lastarria, in a more relaxed version and according to the place as a heritage and cultural center of Santiago. NoLiTa Abbreviation of "North of little Italy" a neighborhood of New York, which was the inspiration of brothers Carlos and Pancho Toro during his stay in the USA. to create a gastronomic reference in Santiago. The perfect fusion of Italian-American food made the gastronomic commitment of the brothers an example of Chilean gastronomic entrepreneurship. Working with passion and dedication from the first fruits, Carlos and Pancho inspired vocations and through the years family members joined.

Naoki

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Naoki restaurant is a revelation inside the Santiago restaurant.

The chef Marcos Baeza meets with preparations that go through a path of their own flavors, where the traditions and techniques of Japanese food meet with the Chilean flavors and dressings.

Its cuisine is based mainly on seafood products worked with other places, with dishes that, surely, do not leave anyone indifferent.

Bocanariz

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Mestizo restaurant

Restaurants offering delivery service in Santiago during Covid19
Located in Vitacura, a consolidated gastronomic district, with parks and luxury shops, parking on the street and high security, is Mestizo. One of the most visited restaurants in Chile, it takes care of every detail in its dishes that have a delicious flavor and the best presentation.

Things to do in Easter Island

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Easter Island: The Moai Trail Private Archeological Tour

Things to do in Easter Island
Discover the rich history of Easter Island on a full-day private guided tour of its archeological sites. See the famous stone heads, or maoi, of Easter Island.

Easter Island

Things to do in Easter Island
Easter Island, Spanish Isla de Pascua, also called Rapa Nui, Chilean dependency in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is the easternmost outpost of the Polynesian island world. It is famous for its giant stone statues. The island stands in isolation 1,200 miles (1,900 kilometres) east of Pitcairn Island and 2,200 miles west of Chile. Forming a triangle 14 miles long by seven miles wide, it has an area of 63 square miles (163 square kilometres); its highest point, Mount Terevaka, is 1,969 feet (600 metres) above sea level.

Shared Transfer - Easter Island Airport to Hotels

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Enjoy a safe and relaxing One Way Transfer between "Mataveri Airport" to your Hotel in Easter Island.

Shared Transfer: Easter Island to Mataveri Airport

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Enjoy a safe and relaxing one-way transfer between your hotel in Easter Island to Mataveri International Airport.

Easter Island: Traditional Rapa Nui Cooking and Show

Things to do in Easter Island
Visit the most traditional venue on Easter Island. Let music, dances, stories, legends, and ancestral gastronomy guide your way into Rapa Nui culture. Watch a traditional meal being cooked and enjoy a live show, harkening back to the time of the Moai.

Easter Island: Birdman Cult Private Tour

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Learn about the last great stage of Easter Island before the final evangelization of the Rapa Nui people. Visit Rano Kau, O'rongo, Vinapu, Ahu A'kivi, Puna Pau and Tahai.

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama

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San Pedro de Atacama: 3-Day Special Activity Combo

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Save money on a 3-day pack of activities in the Atacama Desert including 4 of the top tours. Make trip planning easier while visiting the Valle de la Luna, the Altiplanic Lagoons, Geyser Tatios, and the Hidden lagoons of Baltinache.

San Pedro de Atacama: 4-Day Magic Desert Tour

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Enjoy a 4-day desert tour including transfers to and from Calama Airport to your hotel in San Pedro de Atacama. Discover the Valley of the Moon, the Atliplanic lagoons, Geyser del Taito, and more.

San Pedro de Atacama: Cejar and Tebinquinche Lagoons

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
On top of the expansive Atacama Salt Flats, you will visit the Cejar Lagoon and its incredibly salty waters. In the middle of this beautifully turquoise-colored landscape, you will also take in fantastic views of the nearby imposing volcanoes.

San Pedro de Atacama: El Tatio Geysers Tour

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Visit El Tatio Geysers to be mesmerized by the largest geothermal field in the southern hemisphere and the third-largest in the world. Bathe in a thermal pool and relish an included breakfast. Discover the town of Machuca and try llama meat, if you like.

San Pedro de Atacama: Guided Buggy Tour Through the Desert

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Explore the Atacama Desert riding a buggy through a variety of terrains such as riverbed crossings, steep mountain climbs, and beautiful sand dunes. Escape the hordes of tourists and learn about geology, wildlife, and the surroundings with a local guide.

San Pedro de Atacama: Private Dinner Under the Stars

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Treat yourself to an experience that will exceed your wildest expectations. Savor a private five-course dinner paired with wines and craft beer. Settle in to a spectacular setting under the stars in the middle of the Atacama Desert.

San Pedro de Atacama: Puritama Hot Springs

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Hop on this transfer to an oasis in the middle of the desert and take a relaxing dip in the invigorating thermal waters of Puritama. Discover 8 natural pools, surrounded by incredible views of the hills and an impressive variety of native vegetation.

San Pedro de Atacama: Valle de la Luna Sunset Tour

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Explore the Atacama Desert with a visit to Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley). See sights such as the Three Sisters and the Grand Dunes before ending the day with an amazing sunset.

San Pedro de Atacama: Volcano Downhill Bike Tour

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Embark on one of the highest-elevation downhill bike tours in the world. Get your adrenalin pumping as you ride professional bikes down Cerro Toco while catching striking views of the Atacama Desert.

Atacama: Private 3-Day Uyuni Salt Flats Tour

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Enjoy a planned and well-organized trip from San Pedro de Atacama Chile to Uyuni. Explore the wonders and attractions of the nature of the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna Reserve, such as the colored lagoons and the Uyuni Salt Flats.

Atacama: San Pedro de Atacama Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Lift off into the Andean sky for a spectacular balloon flight across the Atacama desert. Feel the world at your feet and live a magical dawn as the sun rises behind the Licancabur Volcano and paints the Atacama salt mountain range in fantastic lights.

Atacama: VIP Tatio Geysers, Thermal Baths, & Cactus Valley

Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama
Enjoy superb quality VIP service on a comfortable, convenient, and safe tour to explore the El Tatio geysers. Take a thermal bath on the geyser field surrounded by hundreds of fumaroles, visit the Cactus Valley, and enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet.

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley

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Montes Winery

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Fuegos de Apalta restaurant

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
The cuisine features meat, fish, and vegetablesprepared with different types of fire in the specially designed dome located in the centre of the restaurant, where visitors can see how the ingredients are grilled, smoked, and baked in preparation for the dishes listed on the menu.
Francis Mallmann's Kitchen

Santa Cruz

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Santa Cruz in the region of O'Higgins with it's 33,283 inhabitants is a town in Chile - some 91 mi (or 147 km) South-West of Santiago, the country's capital city.
 

Winery Lapostolle Chile

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Lapostolle Wines was founded by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet in 1994. Alexandra is a member of the renowned family that has been dedicated for several generations to the production of high-quality spirits and wines.
After visiting Chile, Alexandra and Cyril not only fell in love with the Colchagua Valley, they also detected the enormous potential of the country to produce premium wines due to its exceptional geographical characteristics.

Cava Colchagua Hotel Boutique

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Vino Bello and Casa Colchagua restaurants are located just 1 km from the property, as well as Laura Hartwig, Montgras and Estampa Wineries. Colchagua Museum, Casino and Bus terminal are located 3 km away. Lapostolle, Montes y Viu-Manent wineries can be found a 15-minute drive away.
 

Estampa Winery

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Viña Estampa began in 2001 as the result of the vision and entrepreneurial spirit of Miguel González-Ortiz, the winery’s owner and current president. From the beginning the winery focused on innovation and modern techniques to create world-class wines that would fully express the characteristics of the different varieties and their origin, the Colchagua Valley.

Casa Silva Winery

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
Casa Silva Winery has the oldest cellar in the Colchagua Valley. However, under its historical and traditional facade, one of the most modern wineries in Chile is hidden. Located among the centenary vineyards of the Angostura estate, it has state-of-the-art technology, different barrel rooms with perfect conditions for wine storage and a sector specially equipped for small vinifications. Inside you will also find historic underground tunnels, as well as a beautiful collection of vintage cars. It is open all year round for visits and wine tastings.

Hotel Vina La Playa

Things to Do and See in Colchagua Valley
The Tinguiririca dining room’s international cuisine is world-class, crafted by our chef. Each dish is created not only for delicious taste, but to complement perfectly with La Playa wines. Their guests also enjoy abundant recreational activities, such as swimming, tennis, horseback riding, and canoeing, as well as day trips to regional attractions and nightlife in the nearby city of Santa Cruz (population about 50,000).

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile

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Lolita Jones Restaurant

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Barrio Italia

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Formerly in this sector many immigrants -especially Italians- came to live and work, and thus leaving their cultural imprint in spaces such as the Castillito Sermini, the Sombrerería Girardi and the Teatro Italia. Today, it has become the design hub of the city, and an important gastronomic center, with great alternatives to eat during the day, or enjoy at night.

Sala Gente - Alraz

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Sala Gente offers the best place in Santiago to hold presentations and conventions, with chairs, scenery and high audio, coordinated lighting, and latest technology.

Bicentenario Park

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
The Park is one of the great projects that the Municipality of Vitacura has carried out. Located on one side of the Mapocho River, it is located between the Pérez Zujovic road junction and Isabel Montt Street, being one of the main green areas of Santiago, with a total area of ​​27 hectares that extends along the eastern bank of the River.

Costanera Center

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Best shopping in Santiago Chile
A large and stylish mall where you’ll find the latest fashions, films and technology with restaurants and cinemas for your entertainment.............

El Cid Restaurant

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
The gourmet El Cid Restaurant is considered one of Santiago's best and has been awarded by culinary journalists and critics. Delight yourself with an exquisite combination of flavors, creative pairings, and premium wines. Enjoy either an intimate dinner or an uplifting lunch on our beautiful outdoor terrace.
 

Parque Arauco

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Parque Arauco is a rather stylish mall in the city of Santiago. Selling chic and elegant clothing, a higher quality than the average high street brand, the mall is popular among locals. You will find English and American brands, like Gap, Warehouse and Converse while there are also Spanish and European bands like Purification Garcia, colcci and Rapsodia.

Bar Alonso

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Alonso Bar is located in Vitacura, one of the best neighborhoods of the city of Santiago, an area that stands out as a gastronomic center and a lot of movement, since it is close to the best hotels, art galleries and different stores.

Taringa

Things to do in sector oriente of Santiago de Chile
Taringa is one of the most taquilleros bars in Santiago. This place -which is located in Vitacura- offers good drinks and excellent snacks like original pizzas. The size of the piscolas is more generous in comparison to those that others serve in most of the pubs of the capital.

Nightlife Venus in Chile

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Sala Gente - Alraz

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Sala Gente offers the best place in Santiago to hold presentations and conventions, with chairs, scenery and high audio, coordinated lighting, and latest technology.

La Feria

Nightlife Venus in Chile
The origin of Club La Feria goes back 20 years ago thanks to a metamorphosis suffered by an old theater located in the Bellavista neighborhood. Since its inception, it has stood out for being a club with excellent acoustic performances and the convening of a select social group that enjoys electronic music and especially good party.

In its long history Club La Feria has hosted the best exponents of electronic music both nationally and internationally. Some recognized national artists who have stepped on the club are; Tony Mass, Marcelo Umaña, Felipe Valenzuela, Andre Butano and Alejandro Vivanco, who live spreading and promoting the different tendencies in tech house and deep house sounds.

The consolidation of Club La Feria as a club of international level results from the visit of important artists of the world circuit such as Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Dubfire, Guy J, Daniel Sanchez, Layo & Bushwacka, Dj Sneak and Richie Hawtin who have taken over of the cabin and the dance floor.

The year 2012 the club undergoes a restructuring that adds a new page to its history and a new step to the evolution of its proposal. The remodeling includes a new and attractive decoration and installation of a Funktion One sound system that was brought exclusively from England and is used in the best clubs in the world.

In a new stage, Club La Feria continues offering the most select of international electronic music, with a preferential location and an atmosphere that positions it as the best electronic music venue in the country.

Chipe Libre

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Chipe Libre Restaurant is located in the center of Santiago and its name responds to its specialty, pisco from Chile and Peru. The environment also lives up to this concept, since its main theme is a fusion between the north of Chile and the south of Peru ...

Bocanariz

Nightlife Venus in Chile
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Bar Medanoso

Nightlife Venus in Chile
The Medanoso Bar, is the first rooftop bar of the Dehesa, where you can enjoy a spectacular outdoor terrace, with the best snacks and dishes to your liking.

Lorenza Bistro

Nightlife Venus in Chile
Go out to eat and go drinking in one place. This is the invitation of our restaurant, where the dishes are prepared with the best national and international products.- Tuna sealed in fine herbs oil, octopus braised with quinoa of cilantro, an exquisite smoked filet in cherry wood, a spectacular pasta stuffed with spider crab on creams, cilantro and truffled mushrooms, a roast cooked strip at 30 hours and a lamb from Tierra del Fuego are just some of the options you'll find at Lorenza Bistro. Exclusive and original are the drinks that complement the offer that are enjoyed together with a striking bar that takes center stage at night.

Bar Alonso

Nightlife Venus in Chile
Alonso Bar is located in Vitacura, one of the best neighborhoods of the city of Santiago, an area that stands out as a gastronomic center and a lot of movement, since it is close to the best hotels, art galleries and different stores.

Taringa

Nightlife Venus in Chile
Taringa is one of the most taquilleros bars in Santiago. This place -which is located in Vitacura- offers good drinks and excellent snacks like original pizzas. The size of the piscolas is more generous in comparison to those that others serve in most of the pubs of the capital.

Casa Lastarrias

Nightlife Venus in Chile
The Casa Lastarria restaurant is the gateway to the cultural heart of the city of Santiago: the Lastarria neighborhood. Between narrow streets and charming corners, a cozy stone castle opens up, the best place to share and taste an innovative gastronomic bet. In its three levels, it has perfect spaces to capture the best of each conversation.
 

Patio Bellavista

Nightlife Venus in Chile
Patio Bellavista opened its doors in January 2006, after a valuable patrimonial rescue that involved the restoration of the structure of an old cité and a series of industrial warehouses of 1900.

Adventure holiday in Chile

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Sandboard

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Sand, sun and adrenaline is the perfect mix that makes sandboarding one of the rising activities in the country. Blessed with a vast offer of dunes of different sizes and shapes, Chile is one of the perfect places to glide over them at full speed.

Ice Walks

Adventure holiday in Chile
Overwhelming panorama. Walking between ice and glaciers will transport you to a universe of new sensations. With a firm and sure step, each stride will feel like your heart is squeezing with the immensity of the white desert and the litmus waters of its lagoons.

Snowboarding Volcanoes

Adventure holiday in Chile
Pucon is a small southern town with wild bars and one of the most famous active volcanos known to the snowboard universe. Arriving into this village you’ll be blown away with the Villarrica volcano that will dominate practically every vista from town… that is when the sun is out.

Mountainbike

Adventure holiday in Chile
Do you love crossings marked by contact with nature? Then venture to travel Chile on two wheels! Its varied geography, rich diversity of landscapes, routes and heights, make it an ideal challenge for beginner and experienced cyclists.

Surfing

Adventure holiday in Chile
Do you love that the water splashes your face and your heart accelerates with each new wave? Walk the more than 4,000 kilometers of the Chilean coast and glide through the magnificent tubes that hide this true paradise for surf lovers.
 

Parapent and air sports

Adventure holiday in Chile
Feel the freedom to float in the air and the adrenaline of rapid descents. The crazy Chilean geography, full of hills and high-rise mountains, is the perfect setting for skydiving and all kinds of aerial sports.
 

Sport fishing

Adventure holiday in Chile
Dip your feet in the water, listen to the noise of the birds and enjoy the magical atmosphere that is achieved by throwing the hook. Considered one of the oldest sports in the world and effective therapy against stress, fishing in Chile is a real pleasure for the soul.

Snowboard

Adventure holiday in Chile
Have fun over two thousand meters high! Visit one of the multiple ski centers that Chile offers and glide along its world-class slopes, which every winter become a must for ski and snowboard lovers.

Canopy

Adventure holiday in Chile
Release your adventurous spirit and feel the freedom to float in the air. Inhale deeply and throw yourself by the rope that hangs from the trees to look at Chile from the heights. The wide variety of landscapes make each trip a unique experience.

Overland 4 × 4

Adventure holiday in Chile
If you like adventure, live different experiences and travel in a group or family here in Chile there is an incredible panorama for you. Get on top of a 4 × 4 or a home engine and enjoy your vacation aboard an unforgettable expedition on an overland trip.
 

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Valle del Elqui

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Are you a nature lover looking for a different kind of relaxation experience? Then take the plunge and travel to the Elqui Valley. Visit one of the most important Valleys in Chile, where the production of wines such as Syrah and Carmenére stands out.

The Moon Valley

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Natural Sanctuary since 1982, the Moon Valley is a wonderful place with colorful geology. Located in the Sierra Obate depression, 2550 meters above sea level, it has different visual attractions that turn it in an extraordinary place called "Moon Valley" because of its similar look to lunar soil.

Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works

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Humberstone and Santa Laura works represent over 200 former saltpeter works where workers from Chile, Peru and Bolivia lived in company towns and forged a distinctive communal pampinos culture.

Chiloe Island

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Are you planning a trip to Chile? Do you want to visit the island of Chiloé? After reading this guide about what to do and see in Chiloé you will not hesitate to include it in your itinerary.

Easter Island

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Easter Island, Spanish Isla de Pascua, also called Rapa Nui, Chilean dependency in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is the easternmost outpost of the Polynesian island world. It is famous for its giant stone statues. The island stands in isolation 1,200 miles (1,900 kilometres) east of Pitcairn Island and 2,200 miles west of Chile. Forming a triangle 14 miles long by seven miles wide, it has an area of 63 square miles (163 square kilometres); its highest point, Mount Terevaka, is 1,969 feet (600 metres) above sea level.

Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares
The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named as Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in the National System of Protected Areas of Chile.

Lanalhue Lake

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The lake is located in the Cordillera de la Costa. It is surrounded by native forests and plantations, where you can enjoy nature, go hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and observe the birdlife that congregates, where hundreds of black-necked swans stand out.

Chiloe National Park

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One of the accesses to Chiloé National Park is located very close to Curaco, where the Muelle de las Almas (Souls' Pier) can be visited. Many people decide to visit the pier very early in the morning and then go on a tour around some of the trails in the park. Those who are more adventurous and love camping and hiking prefer to spend more time in the park and leave the pier for another excursion.

Puerto Montt

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Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.
 

Maipo Valley

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Maipo is at the very northern end of Chile's extensive Central Valley, running from just north of the Rapel Valley up to where the countryside begins to give way to houses and roads in the southern suburbs of Santiago. The Coastal Range separates the area from the Pacific coast, and on the eastern side, the Andes Mountains rise suddenly and dramatically, separating Maipo from the Argentinean region of Mendoza.

Rafting experience in Chile

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Rafting

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Among green forests, lakes, fjords and inlets, the rivers of central and southern Chile are a fascinating adventure and adrenaline experience. Its impressive descents, large flow and steep mouths in the Pacific Ocean, make it a delight for rafting.
 

Rafting Maipo

Rafting experience in Chile
The Maipo river is close to Santiago, and its waters go from grade 3 in the fall-winter season to grade 4 in spring and summer. Once there you will be able to enjoy a spectacular view of the Maipo volcano, from where this river originates. At first it runs calmly, but then becomes a torrent as it descends through the valleys until it eventually forms the imposing and swift-flowing Maipo river.
 

Rafting Tinguiririca

Rafting experience in Chile
This is the most important river of the region of O'Higgins, in the central zone of Chile. Its rapids are grade 3 to 4, with a descent surrounded by native flora and fauna in a totally untouched landscape.

Rafting Claro

Rafting experience in Chile
Located in the Seven Cups National Reserve in the Maule region, it is renowned for its waterfalls and beautiful natural surroundings, trees that are unique in the world and a privileged view of the Andes Range.
 

Rafting Liucura

Rafting experience in Chile
Farther south, in the tourist town of Pucón and for 20,000 Chilean pesos per person, you can enjoy the Liucura river, which is ideal for those who are just starting out rafting or are not very experienced.

Rafting Trancura

Rafting experience in Chile
The route can only be run by people over 14 years old, and begins 15 kilometers away from Pucón in the Complejo Turístico & Resort Trancura. There, tourists have access to a swimming-pool, volleyball and baby soccer courts, changing rooms, showers, children’s playground, scaling wall, “quincho” (barbecue area, generally covered with a thatched roof), and restaurant and bar services.

Rafting San Pedro

Rafting experience in Chile
The San Pedro river, close to Valdivia, offers one of the most complex and comprehensive rafting experiences in Chile, with rapids starting off at grade 2 and then presenting more challenging obstacles in the grade 3 and 4 range, such as La Sirenita, La Turn of the Clock and El Toro.

Rafting Futaleufu

Rafting experience in Chile
The Futaleufú river is located in the midst of the indomitable Chilean Patagonia, and is considered one of the best torrents in the world to practice the sport, with rapids reaching up to grade 5. It is common for the rapids to be extremely long with waves on the descents and inevitable pitfalls that require fast maneuvers, all under pressure.
 

Rafting Baker

Rafting experience in Chile
One of the marvels of the region of Aisen and one of the few rivers on the planet that has not suffered any intervention by man. Hidden between Chile’s Northern and Southern Ice Fields, near Laguna San Rafael, it offers spectacular conditions for practicing rafting.

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile

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Concha y Toro Winery

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

Atacama Desert

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Chile's Atacama Desert, the driest nonpolar desert on Earth, stretches across a roughly 600-mile (1,000 kilometers) tract of land wedged between the coastal Cordillera de la Costa mountain range and the Andes Mountains. The region boasts stunning geologic formations and has provided scientists with a wealth of research opportunities.
 

Atacama Stargazing

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Discover the magical tonalities of the desert, visiting the town of Toconao, the great Salar de Atacama with its Chaxa Lagoon, the imposing Miscanti and Miñiques mountain ranges in the Los Flamencos National Reserve.

Chaiten

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Chaitén is a small volcanic caldera located on the flank of the Michinmahuida volcano in southern Chile. Before 2008, it consisted mainly of a rhyolitic lava dome last active 9,400 years ago. But in May 2008, Chaitén began erupting violently, producing numerous plumes, pyroclastic flows and lahars, and building a new lava dome on the north side of the old one. The eruption has had serious consequences for the nearby town of Chaitén, inundating it with lahars and ash, and ash from the eruption has even disrupted travel and agriculture in surrounding countries.

Atacama Large Millimeter Array

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
High on the Chajnantor plateau in the Chilean Andes, the European Southern Observatory (ESO), together with its international partners, is operating the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) — a state-of-the-art telescope to study light from some of the coldest objects in the Universe. This light has wavelengths of around a millimetre, between infrared light and radio waves, and is therefore known as millimetre and submillimetre radiation. 

Santa Cruz

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Santa Cruz in the region of O'Higgins with it's 33,283 inhabitants is a town in Chile - some 91 mi (or 147 km) South-West of Santiago, the country's capital city.
 

Montes Winery

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Chillan Hot Springs

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
At Nevados de Chillan you can find the amazing Chillan Hot Springs that are located 82 kms from Chillán City, towards the Andes.

Puerto Varas

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!

Pucon

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Pucón is located in the Region of Araucanía on the shores of Lake Villarrica and stands out as the most important Lake Resort of Chile. Surrounding areas have a lot of tourist attractions such as hot spring resorts, national parks, ski resorts, Mapuche communities, among others.

Dragon Hill

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
Cerro Dragon or The Dragon Hill is a massive sand dune which is approximately four kilometers long, situated nearby the coast in the city of Iquique in Chile. Cerro Dragons hill is varying in height in between from 150 to 500 meters. 
 

Salto del Laja

Holidays Tips for your January Trip in Chile
It is one of the undisputed tourist icons of southern Chile and you have surely seen it in brochures and guides that graph it in all its splendor, but nothing compares to feeling the noise of the water falling with strength or observing very closely how thousands and thousands liters fall from 35 meters high. Los Saltos del Laja are, without a doubt, a spectacle of our nature that you should know.

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile

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Cochrane, Patagonia National Park

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile
Cochrane is a Chilean town in the Patagonia Aisén Region. The 2002 census gives its population as 2,867. It had no access by road access to the rest of Chile until 1988, when the Carretera Austral was opened. Cochrane is still the southernmost town along the Austral highway, with only a few villages south of it. We did not pass through Cochrane, but passed close to it, as our route from Argentina dropped us down onto the Carretera Austral jst north of the town.

Torres del Paine National Park

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile
Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares
The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named as Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in the National System of Protected Areas of Chile.

Puerto Montt

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile
Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.
 

Tierra Del Fuego Hotel

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile
A hotel in the center of Punta Arenas, 2 blocks from the Plaza de Armas. We have single, double and triple rooms with classic style equipped with private bathroom with marble vanity, safe, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour reception. A hotel with Restaurant, Lounges, Cafeteria-Bar that will give you rest and warmth to your experience in Patagonia.
 

Torres del Paine National Park

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Encompassing more than 181,414 hectares of ancient forests, towering granite peaks, glaciers, lakes, rivers, and pampas, Torres del Paine is the gem in Chilean Patagonia's crown.

Puerto Varas

Things to See in Patagonia, Chile
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!

National Parks in Chile

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Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares
The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named as Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in the National System of Protected Areas of Chile.

Rapa Nui National Park

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Easter Island’s protected area acquired the status of a National Park on January 16th, 1935 by Supreme Decree No. 103 of the Ministry of Land and colonization, being declared a National Historic Landmark that very same year.

Isluga National Park Volcano

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Located in the middle of the Highlands, the Volcano Isluga National Park is characterized by being surrounded by volcanoes, lakes and sacred mounts of the aymara people. It is one of the areas with the greatest biodiversity of the Andean altiplano.
 

Laguna del Laja National Park

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Located 93 kilometers to the East of the City of Los Angeles, in the pre-Andes, this national park was created in 1958 and occupies a surface of almost 12 thousand protected hectares. Laguna del Laja National Park is made up mainly by El Laja Volcano and by the lagoon bearing the same name. 

Torres del Paine National Park

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Encompassing more than 181,414 hectares of ancient forests, towering granite peaks, glaciers, lakes, rivers, and pampas, Torres del Paine is the gem in Chilean Patagonia's crown.

San Rafael Lagoon National Park

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San Rafael exhibits marvelous topographic variety. Its sea fauna and channels, islands, snowcaps and fjords offer a great place for tourism. The Northern Ice Field, San Rafael Lagoon and San Rafael Snowcap, are the favorite spot for national and foreing visitors because of their amazing landscapes and ecologycal biodiversity (Declared Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO).

Queulat National Park

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Accessing the park by car is the best option with no doubt. You just need to make sure you book one in advance, as the closest town are small and cars can easily sell out. The park is situated 165 km north of the city Coyhaique and 180 km south of Chaitén, which are the best two places to get a vehicle.

Cochrane, Patagonia National Park

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Cochrane is a Chilean town in the Patagonia Aisén Region. The 2002 census gives its population as 2,867. It had no access by road access to the rest of Chile until 1988, when the Carretera Austral was opened. Cochrane is still the southernmost town along the Austral highway, with only a few villages south of it. We did not pass through Cochrane, but passed close to it, as our route from Argentina dropped us down onto the Carretera Austral jst north of the town.

Best seafood restaurants in Santiago de Chile

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La Mar

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As the name suggests the focus of this restaurant´s cuisine is entirely on seafood, with its various sorts of ceviches being the most popular orders. The high quality pisco sours and the wine list are also very well spoken of by guests as well as the innovative sushi rolls and surprising desserts; the chocolate fondue is a must-have.

Miraolas

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They have the best Urchins of Santiago, of those that are served with onion and parsley. You can also bet, for sure, on the Oysters and Gambas in gabardine. A real pleasure. So good is this simple and cozy place El Manio walk whose cuisine, 

Como Agua para el chocolate

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Once upon a time, in Times of the Revolution, in the Rancho de Mama Elena, where you eat for love and forgetfulness, for grief and joy, for the human and the divine ... In the kitchen you can smell the clean and refreshing aroma of Basil and Mint, Uncorked Wine, Tobacco and Coffee ...

El Bohio Restaurant

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Enjoy life al fresco within an urban resort style by the pool. BBQ and grill with a delicious buffet featuring: Premium meat cuts on the grill. Seafood, terrines and ceviches. 

Le due Torri

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For excellent homemade pastas such as agnolotti, stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach, head to this longtime Italian-owned favorite. The rear of the dining room, with its small cypress trees and corner pergola, is traditional, while seating in the front is more contemporary. The name of the restaurant refers to the two towers erected by the dueling Garisenda and Asinelli families in the owner's native Bologna. Known for: pasta; casual setting.

Mercado Central of Santiago

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A definite tourist attraction to see the amazing array of fish and seafood, and soak up some local culture. Prices can be higher than in other places for similar meals, a

Bocanariz

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Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Kilometro 0 bistro

Best seafood restaurants in Santiago de Chile
In the neighborhood of El Golf, specifically in the basement of Hotel W, Km0 Bistró is located. With its imposing 4-story cellar full of the best and most varied wines of our country, Km0 has become one of the favorite places for foreigners and entrepreneurs in the sector. For its modern, but at the same time cozy, it becomes the perfect setting to enjoy the best of French cuisine with that touch that only Km0 knows how to give to each of its dishes.

El Apero Borde rio

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In Apero they work very hard to bring the ingredients, aromas and classic flavors of Chilean cuisine to a new culinary level. The constant innovation of El Apero Borde rio menu always seeks to enhance the richness of national plans, combining with new elements to always offer a pleasant surprise to your palate.

Things To Do in Los Lagos Region

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Petrohue River

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The Petrohué River drains Lake Todos los Santos in Vicente Perez Rosales National Park. It is the largest park in the Chilean Lake District and adjoins Nahuel Huapi National Park in Argentina to form one of the biggest contiguous tracts of protected trans-Andean wilderness in South America. Established in 1926, it is the second oldest national park in Chile.

Chaiten

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Chaitén is a small volcanic caldera located on the flank of the Michinmahuida volcano in southern Chile. Before 2008, it consisted mainly of a rhyolitic lava dome last active 9,400 years ago. But in May 2008, Chaitén began erupting violently, producing numerous plumes, pyroclastic flows and lahars, and building a new lava dome on the north side of the old one. The eruption has had serious consequences for the nearby town of Chaitén, inundating it with lahars and ash, and ash from the eruption has even disrupted travel and agriculture in surrounding countries.

Puerto Varas

Things To Do in Los Lagos Region
Chilean adventure and tradition, in the midst of an impressive nature, is part of what Puerto Varas has in store for you. Discover its magical corners and its extensive waterfront that invites you to walk and contemplate the volcanoes on the banks of the tranquil Llanquihue Lake!

Puerto Montt

Things To Do in Los Lagos Region
Regional capital is the urban center par excellence in the Tenth Region that offers various high quality tourist services. Puerto Montt is important for commerce, gastronomy and for its beautiful typical architecture.
 

Chanquin

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It is said that in the Chiloé National Park there is a beach of clear sand and deep blue sea bordered by a lush jungle. In the hostels and in the bus stations, travelers are heard talking about this beach that only a few of them have had the pleasure of visiting. His name is Cole-Cole and although it is inside a park managed by Conaf, it is a difficult spot to access.
 

Futaleufu National Reserve

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The Futaleufú National Reserve was created on February 8, 1998 by DS No. 602 of the Ministry of National Assets. It has 12,065 hectares and is located in the commune of Futaleufú, south east of the river of the same name, 150 km from the city of Chaitén, capital of the province of Palena.

Frutillar

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Puerto Varas and Frutillar are in fact located at the feet of two of the most active volcanos in South America. The last eruption in the area happened in April 2015 when Calbuco sent a huge column of ashes in the atmosphere without much warning.
 

Ancud

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Founded as a fortress at Cape Horn in 1767, Ancud is today one of the most visited attractions by tourists from all over the world for being the best located city in Chiloé. It is the political and military capital, and has a beautiful urban infrastructure planning that combines the typical architecture of the area with the modernity of recent constructions.

San Francisco de Castro Church

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A city between hills and lush vegetation that invites you to walk, try its marine restaurants, visit its craft shops and admire the colorful “palafitos” on the waterfront, a classic chilota postcard.

Puyehue Lake

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With 120 square kilometers of extension that include the Cui Cui and Fresia islands, the lake has beautiful gray-sand beaches enabled for visitors with an equipped tourist infrastructure. In Lake Puyehue it is possible to practice various sports activities, especially recreational fishing due to the presence of salmon and trout between the months of November and May.

Ensenada

Things To Do in Los Lagos Region
The Ensenada is a member of the Patagonia of southern Chile, becoming a cozy privileged villa in the southeast corner of Lake Llanquihue, which brings together the tourist conditions that very few areas of the world have, has extraordinarily beautiful sites, Puntiagudo volcanoes stand out, Osorno and Calbuco especially these last two that rise at close range.

Caleta Condor

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One beach area that you don't want to miss in the south of Chile is the protected area of ​​Mapu Lahual. Located just 60km from the regional city of Osorno lies Mansa Bay and a number of smaller bays and coves with beautiful blue waters and white sand. The most isolated - but possibly most beautiful - of these is Caleta Condor, a bone-white sandy beach that lies in the indigenous Huilliche Reserve, surrounded by forests.
 

Things To Do in Arica y Parinacota Region

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Surf in Arica

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Known as the city of eternal spring, Arica is the most northerly city in Chile. It is packed with world-class waves and annual surf competitions featuring some of the world’s most famous surfers.
 

Mountain Climbing and the Anzota Caves

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Anzota Caves, a place which thousands of years ago was home to one of the first South American cultures is now a popular tourist spot in Arica. Read about our visit there and other things to do in Arica, Chile.
 

Shrimp Valley

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At the northern end of our country, in the Arica and Parinacota region, we find the Camarones Valley. This destination stands out for its rich culture that we find in all its celebrations of festivals and carnivals, interesting valleys and villages and several archaeological sites that are interesting to know.
 

The Morro and the Historical Museum

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The Museum of History is a fun, educational, and interactive experience designed for people of all ages. 

The Missions Route

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Come and discover the beauties of the highlands on a tour of ancient roads that reveal more than 30 colonial churches. Get to know the natural heritage that will transport you in the history of the indigenous communities.

Surf in Iquique

Things To Do in Arica y Parinacota Region
Iquique is one of the most popular northern cities in Chile. Filled with adventure, many people come to visit for its historical landmarks, cultural festivals, and for activities such as surfing and paragliding. Iquique is well-known to have excellent waves for surfing and bodyboarding.

The Morro of Arica

Things To Do in Arica y Parinacota Region
Arica could not exist without its morro as Chile could not exist without the Pacific. By tradition, this headland is the last territorial boundary in Chile. It is a worthwhile experience to visit it.

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile

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Bocanariz

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile
Bocanariz is a Wine bar and at the same time an innovative Restaurant, where the gastronomy has been designed to enhance the pairing with an extensive selection of wines.

Mercado Central of Santiago

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile
A definite tourist attraction to see the amazing array of fish and seafood, and soak up some local culture. Prices can be higher than in other places for similar meals, a

La Piojera

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile
La Piojera is undoubtedly one of the meeting places where the most genuine forms of popular urban links can be recognized. Eternal toasts, spontaneous songs, conversations together with the flavor of tasty pichangas and a fraternity in every way.
 

Bar Liguria

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile
The Bar Liguria opened its doors on August 10, 1990 on Avenida Providencia 2682, right next to the traditional Monix perfumery and under the old Radio Mining. It was a small room, with no more divisions than the kitchen and the bathrooms; with a staff - among owners, chefs and garzones - that did not exceed half a dozen.

A good sample of what has always been served at Chilean tables can be found at the Liguria Bar. Traditional recipes such as casserole, lentils with sausage, baked silver, breaded pejerreyes, noodles with mechada meat, charquicán or fried cochayuyo; prepared under a strict process of selection of ingredients and a kitchen with technology, but with an experience that guarantees great taste. You can also choose a good selection of traditional and new sandwiches, machas a la parmesanas , pichanga or chicken pil pil.

At the time of drinking, we have an excellent wine list, beers and spirits plus a bar staff that performs with mestría all kinds of orders, from pisco sour to wines with fruit. Everything to the client's pleasure

Centre Gabriela Mistral

Typical and traditional points of interest in Santiago de Chile
The Centre Gabriela Mistral, GAM, is a cultural centre devoted to disseminate and promote performing arts and music. Among many other activities, it offers contemporary drama and dance, as well as classic and popular music a space to continuous development and experimentation. Furthermore, with an emphasis on contemporary photography and popular arts, the GAM houses a range for visual arts. Due to its high demands for transparency, variety and quality, it is orientated to generate direct encounters between artists and diverse audiences.

The best wineries in Chile

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Undurraga Winery

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Undurraga has 2 wineries with a total capacity of 23,000,000 liters. One is located in Quinta de Tilcoco VI Region, the second and main, in the Santa Ana farm, Talagante, Metropolitan Region, where there are modern facilities to carry out the processes of fermentation, processing, aging and bottling of its still and sparkling wines . Ancient and fresh underground cellars dating from its founding in the nineteenth century, make up the perfect environment for the aging of our Reserva wines, where an experienced winemaking team and modern facilities allow Undurraga to produce wines of internationally recognized quality to satisfy the most diverse palates.

Montes Winery

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Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Concha y Toro Winery

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A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley....

Miguel Torres Winery

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With a presence in over 100 countries, the Miguel Torres Chile family winery has established itself over the past 30 years as one of the main producers of high-quality wines, through its products’ identity, respect for the environment, and social responsibility.

Lapostolle Winery

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Lapostolle Wines was founded by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet in 1994. Alexandra is a member of the renowned family that has been dedicated for several generations to the production of high-quality spirits and wines.

Casa Silva Winery

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Casa Silva Winery has the oldest cellar in the Colchagua Valley. However, under its historical and traditional facade, one of the most modern wineries in Chile is hidden. Located among the centenary vineyards of the Angostura estate, it has state-of-the-art technology, different barrel rooms with perfect conditions for wine storage and a sector specially equipped for small vinifications. Inside you will also find historic underground tunnels, as well as a beautiful collection of vintage cars. It is open all year round for visits and wine tastings.

Viu Manent Winery

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Viu Manent is a Chilean winery owned by the Viu family. It was founded in 1935 when the Catalonian immigrant Miguel Viu-García and his two sons Agustín and Miguel Viu-Manent founded Bodegas Viu in Santiago de Chile. They bottled and sold wine on the local market under the “Vinos Viu” brand.

Morande Winery

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The Morande story began 20 years ago in 1996 with a plan to make great and innovative wines of the highest quality with grapes from vineyards in Chile’s most interesting wine valleys. In 2000 Empresas Juan Yarur, one of Chile’s most important and respected business groups, took control of the winery and formed Grupo Belén, which includes the Morandé, Vistamar, Mancura, and Fray Leon wineries.

Errazuriz Winery

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For more than a century, the Viña Errázuriz Historical Winery in Panquehue has remained a symbol of the vision of the future, the drive and the entrepreneurial capacity of Don Maximiano Errázuriz, the founder of the vineyard.

Casas del bosque winery

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Casas del Bosque is one of the most important vineyards in Casablanca. It has gained great prestige, and in 2010 it became the best vineyard to visit in Chile.

Winery boutique and hotel

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With the presence of fauna of the area and the visit of protected species from the Peñuelas reserve, you will visit the vineyards where you will know the soils with quartz sands that characterizes this winery, the different varieties existing in plantations and beautiful native forest , after the tour you will visit cellar and barrel room where you will know the process of making and vinification, and then finish with a tasting of 4 exclusive wines.
 

Causino Macul Winery

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At that time, Matías Cousiño had established himself as a visionary and pioneer within a country, beginning to take shape at the time when he had recently become independent from Spain at the beginning of the 19th century. His efforts were directed to a wide range of industrial projects. In the north of the country developed one of the richest silver mines in Chile. Later, he built the first copper melting plant.

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Estampa Winery

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Viña Estampa began in 2001 as the result of the vision and entrepreneurial spirit of Miguel González-Ortiz, the winery’s owner and current president. From the beginning the winery focused on innovation and modern techniques to create world-class wines that would fully express the characteristics of the different varieties and their origin, the Colchagua Valley.

Casa Donoso Winery

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Mission
To become the icon winery in the Maule Valley, thanks to the capacity of elaborating wines of recognized quality, which highlight the attributes and potentialities of the grapes grown within the terroirs of the valley.
Vision
To be a winery, where tradition, sustainable production and last generation technology combine to respond with high quality standards to the diversified needs of different clients, markets and segments, having clear that this is the only way.

Mission
To become the icon winery in the Maule Valley, thanks to the capacity of elaborating wines of recognized quality, which highlight the attributes and potentialities of the grapes grown within the terroirs of the valley.
Vision
To be a winery, where tradition, sustainable production and last generation technology combine to respond with high quality standards to the diversified needs of different clients, markets and segments, having clear that this is the only way.

Veramonte winery

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Our winemaking experience and passion is a part of our family heritage and our commitment to future generations.

A FAMILY SEAL

Veramonte came to life in the late 1990s in Casablanca, a valley unheard of at that time within the wine industry. Led by grand visionary and pioneer of Chilean wine, Agustín Huneeus was the first to invest in the area and introduce the world to Veramonte and Casablanca. Today, Veramonte is a part of González Byass, a family company founded in 1835 that has maintained their values for five generations.

Ventisquero Vineyard

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Since 1998, Ventisquero Vineyard has been imagining and making ground-breaking wines. True to their philosophy of going “a step beyond”, they create modern, avant-garde, high-quality wines and  take care of the environment at each and every stage of the production process.

Korta Wines

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Korta Winery and Vineyards is currently one of the most important wineries in the Maule Region of Chile, specifically located in the Valley of Sagrada Familia, one of the oldest in the country and famous for its great agricultural development, its farming traditions, and the exceptional quality of its climate and soil.
 

Tarapaca Winery

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Tarapaca Winery is located in Isla de Maipo, which is considered as the finest and most traditional area for the production of fine wines in Chile.

The estate is comprised of 2,600 hectares, of which 611 are planted with vineyards. It is a unique place surrounded by mountains and the river Maipo. For this reason, the El Rosario Estate is known as “Maipo Valley’s Natural Clos”.

Casa Marin Winery

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Nothing describes this winery better than the story of a woman who persevered to create fine and exclusive wines. In 2000, against advice from colleagues and experts, she decided to establish her winery in Lo Abarca, a small town in the San Antonio Valley. Despite warnings about problems with location, the cool climate, and people’s disbelief, she was successful in developing a vineyard and winery whose wines have received numerous world awards, helping position Chile in a distinct light with its high quality, high value wines.

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile

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Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

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Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Pho & Banh Mi

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From the hand of the renowned Vietnam Discover a new concept in gourmet fast food located in the Gourmet Bazaar of Parque Araco. .Pho & Banh Mi is consolidated as the only Vietnamese "fast food restaurant" in Chile that is reflected in its 100% traditional recipes to the more than 10 years of Vietnam Discovery's gastronomic trajectory.
 

Kilometro 0 bistro

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In the neighborhood of El Golf, specifically in the basement of Hotel W, Km0 Bistró is located. With its imposing 4-story cellar full of the best and most varied wines of our country, Km0 has become one of the favorite places for foreigners and entrepreneurs in the sector. For its modern, but at the same time cozy, it becomes the perfect setting to enjoy the best of French cuisine with that touch that only Km0 knows how to give to each of its dishes.

La Vinoteca

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Never before had it been possible to eat at La Vinoteca. That, until a couple of weeks ago, that opened the 3rd restaurant. Floor, precisely at that level of the shop specializing in wines from Nueva Costanera.
 

Fukai

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It stands out for its quality and sophistication in its preparations, as well as a novel aesthetic proposal that allows for a unique experience.

Conceived as a lounge, Fukai's proposal is based on premium fusion products, that is, Japanese food with Mediterranean and Chilean touches. This, in addition to the traditional Japanese preparations, in total adds about 40 varieties of rolls, as well as soups, salads, tereyaki skewers, Chinese dishes, Thai curries and tempura, among other preparations.

La Mar

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile
As the name suggests the focus of this restaurant´s cuisine is entirely on seafood, with its various sorts of ceviches being the most popular orders. The high quality pisco sours and the wine list are also very well spoken of by guests as well as the innovative sushi rolls and surprising desserts; the chocolate fondue is a must-have.

De Patio

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile

What matters most is making delicious food that is both simple and provocative.

 They believe in tradition as well as contradiction, and they like to work with a product from its origins—and they do everything with passion and dedication.

the love food and are constantly searching for freedom.

Azul Profundo

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile
A well-known restaurant located in the Barrio Bellavista where you can taste the best of our sea in an environment full of poetry and art, with decoration that reminds of ancient ships and marine legends. Here you can try dishes with fish and seafood such as ceviches, chupes, parmesan spears and some preparations of the restaurant such as the Deep Blue Triptych. In addition, the site offers a great wine list, snacks and everything to spend a great family lunch or an unforgettable evening with friends.

Europeo Restaurant

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El Europeo is a window into the world of the best Chilean local food. We work with small producers who, thanks to their dedication, manage to deliver the raw material that reflects the essence of our country.

Tasting Menu

 Francisco Mandiola

hed love you to try a new experience, getting in touch with all of your senses and immersing yourself in the flavors offered by the diverse geography of my country.”
Productos y tradiciones de ChileChilean products and traditions
6435 kilómetros de longitud de costa6435 kilometers of coast

…After these emblematic steps on  the, we will take you on a culinary tour through the regions, mountains and lakes. They cannot describe this tour in detail, due to the constant arrival of new seasonal products and creations that they make during the day. These may last for days or weeks, but no longer than that as our culinary proposal is momentaneous…

Ox Restaurant

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A premier steakhouse found in Santiago that is perfect for larger groups.............

Castillo Forestal

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In front of the National Museum of Fine Arts, the old administrative offices of the Forest Park of the city of Santiago have been renovated to give place to this cafe-restaurant with Brasserie style, a French concept of a restaurant in which all the dishes of the menu They are available for customers' consumption at any time of the day. The atmosphere of the restaurant is very pleasant and fun. The interior of the castle is well lit and decorated offering a pleasant atmosphere for conversation. It also has a large terrace, perfect for enjoying a coffee or a dish in the sunlight and the fantastic view of the forest park and the museum. The menu is extensive and flexible, based on French cuisine but using Chilean ingredients, including starters, sandwiches, breakfasts, typical French tartars, main courses prepared with seafood, different types of meat and vegetables, and French pastry. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Sunday with extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays until 11 pm, for those who wish to enjoy a dinner in the unique atmosphere that Castillo Forestal offers its visitors, surrounded by culture and nature.

Lolita Jones Restaurant

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Lolita Jones brings the daring spirit and vividor of Mexican street food, with original touches and a cocktail menu that ranges from eccentric liqueurs to author's creations. Cosmopolitan place, open and relaxed to go alone or accompanied, to eat, peck or go straight to the largest outdoor bar in Chile.

Ambrosia

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Our history
Restaurant Ambrosia was born in 2003 on Calle Merced on a terrace behind the Museo de la Casa Colorada, in the Plaza de Armas. The Bazán Bañados family undertakes under the command of Luz Maria Bañados from the Banquetería towards the Restoration and their daughter Carolina Bazán, recently graduated from the school of gastronomy, takes over the kitchen.

The Restaurant soon stands out and installs as a reference to lunch in the civic center of the capital. For almost nine years.

In the year 2011 the change from the Center to the Oriente sector of Santiago, Pamplona street, in a residential neighborhood and away from the gastronomic circuit. The bet on the new Ambrosia is to deliver an experience of haute cuisine in a family and friendly atmosphere. A letter that changes daily privileging the fresh ingredients of the season, a varied selection of wines, good music, a nice garden and love for what we do ... Welcome to the new Bistronomy in Santiago.

De la Ostia

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A classic of Spainish restaurants. Of Iberian specialty, this place enchants with its tapas and pintxos, its tradition, music and intense flavors. It is one of those places with a wave, that most of the time is with people, which gives an entertaining atmosphere and makes you want to stay all night, tasting their exquisite tapas presented in a large paper placed on the table as a tablecloth.

Rubaiyat

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Since its opening, in 2016, Rubaiyat Chile has been awarded: it was recognized for two consecutive years as “The Best Meat Restaurant in Chile”, “The Best Wine Menu”, “Top 10 Gastronómico y Excelencia en Servicio”, and more.

It is located in the gastronomic center of the capital, right in Nueva Costanera Ave., where you can find the best restaurants of the city.

It has a menu that combines flavors of authentic Brazilian and Spanish traditions, with tasty local seafood and “land food”.

A well-lit wide hall with tables made of certified solid wood, a retractable roof that allows an al fresco dining feeling, a view to the kitchen and its clay oven, and a beautiful tropical garden create a pleasant atmosphere of well-being
On the second floor, there are two halls intended to private, family, and business meetings.

Rubaiyat Chile is the group’s ninth restaurant. The capital of Chile was chosen to extend the group’s gastronomic boundaries.

Naoki

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Naoki restaurant is a revelation inside the Santiago restaurant.

The chef Marcos Baeza meets with preparations that go through a path of their own flavors, where the traditions and techniques of Japanese food meet with the Chilean flavors and dressings.

Its cuisine is based mainly on seafood products worked with other places, with dishes that, surely, do not leave anyone indifferent.

Le due Torri

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For excellent homemade pastas such as agnolotti, stuffed with ricotta cheese and spinach, head to this longtime Italian-owned favorite. The rear of the dining room, with its small cypress trees and corner pergola, is traditional, while seating in the front is more contemporary. The name of the restaurant refers to the two towers erected by the dueling Garisenda and Asinelli families in the owner's native Bologna. Known for: pasta; casual setting.

Borago

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EAT
In our effort to reflect what the soil gives us, we have brought the best products from a somewhat unusual corner of our planet, which we consider invaluable. Our tasting menus collect and combine the best endemic product of the Chilean territory, in continual evolution throughout the year. Much of the food is cut from soils not intervened, by collecting communities and small producers throughout Chile, which is why the dishes can vary even during each course.
WATER
The water served in Boragó comes from the rain of Patagonia, with a high degree of purity.
MILK
The milk used, especially in our ice cream, is milked by us and comes from natural aging.
WINES
We do not have a wine list. In return, we seek to add the effort of family projects full of passion. We have a wine pool. These represent particular conditions in the Chilean territory, occasionally with surprising results.
VEGETABLES
30 minutes from Boragó, we grow vegetables our way, with maximum use and always in the most natural way.
HARVEST
We understand the restaurant as a provider; One day we can cut a wild fruit that grows three weeks a year at 3,500 meters and the next, unique mushrooms from a forest.
SEA
We work without intermediaries, but directly with fishermen.
SMALL PRODUCERS
There are more than 200 collectors and small producers throughout the country. They have the same role as the rest of the team. Unfortunately, they are not visible in our dining room, but without them, we could not even give 10% of the food we offer.

Piso uno

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The restobar Piso Uno marks the return of chef Jose Ozaki, one of the most talented exponents of Nikkei cuisine in our country. In this space, the creator of the Nikkei Republic has also put together a letter that explores the fusion of oriental flavors with Peruvian dressings and Chilean products.

Baco

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Great location, pleasant ambience and decor inspired by Chilean wines, so is Baco Vino y BistrO - a restaurant stripped of French cuisine that is off the "turisti" route. The wines are the highlight of the letter and most of the labels can be tasted by the glass, allowing the customer to try more than one strain.
 

Don Carlos

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With more than 31 years of history, Don Carlos stands out as one of the most recognized restaurants in Santiago de Chile, with vast experience in preparing the tastiest premium cuts. 

Cuerovaca

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Guided by the most demanding international standards, Cuerovaca is positioned as a Premium meat retailer, always appealing to its quality of origin. Our menu offers a wide variety of cuts on the grill. A selection of meats and cuts from the best breeders in the country. In our menu you will find, besides the prestigious Wagyu meat, currently produced in Chile and recognized as the best bovine cane in the world for its texture and flavor. The "Cuerovaca Experience" is completed with a selection of more than 200 wines, classified by strains and ordered by valleys; 100% arabica coffee of tall crops; pastry with Belgian chocolates; an extensive cigar menu and an attractive menu of spirits and liquors.

El meson de la patagonia

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Patagonia is the southernmost place on the planet where nature is preserved as millions of years ago, it is here in Punta Arenas, where this restaurant was born in the 80s. Centolla, Cordero prepared in the traditional manner of Patagonia, made this restaurant worthy of the highest gastronomic qualification, 7 forks, more than 20 years ago, here in Santiago. El meson de la patagonia customers give their preference every day.

Nolita Restaurant

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With an Italian-American fusion food menu, the Nolita Isidora was born whose specialty is stuffed pasta and seafood. After the success achieved, a new Nolita was replicated in the neighborhood of Lastarria, in a more relaxed version and according to the place as a heritage and cultural center of Santiago. NoLiTa Abbreviation of "North of little Italy" a neighborhood of New York, which was the inspiration of brothers Carlos and Pancho Toro during his stay in the USA. to create a gastronomic reference in Santiago. The perfect fusion of Italian-American food made the gastronomic commitment of the brothers an example of Chilean gastronomic entrepreneurship. Working with passion and dedication from the first fruits, Carlos and Pancho inspired vocations and through the years family members joined.

Sarita Colonia

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Sarita Colonia restaurant was born in the year 2000 in the neighborhood of Bellavista in Santiago de Chile, after a little while it becomes the 'must' of the Santiago artistic scene and the 'SaritaLovers' appear.
 

Peumayen Restaurant

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Peumayen Bellavista, was born in 2013 with the idea of making a restaurant inspired by our native peoples and in this way to publicize the richness of pre-Hispanic cuisine.

Confiteria Torres

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The origin of this confectionery goes back to 1879. A family of the santiaguina aristocracy had a butler, José Domingo Torres, famous for his good hand to prepare mistelas, alfajores, pheasants, civet and other delicacies. So this famous cook was requested on loan by other owners of family friendly houses. This situation became so extreme that the boss, bored with almost no services, decided to install his own business. The house that the Torres confectionery occupies was the Íñiguez palace, built by the architects Alberto Cruz Montt and Ricardo Larraín Bravo for the family of Antonio Íñiguez Larraín. Regular customer of this confectionery was President Arturo Alessandri Palma. The anecdote says that the presidential delegation passed by the Torres and the President exclaimed: "I'm scared of thirst, I walk with the hot irons"; He ordered his car to stop and went inside to drink a cane of chicha. For the celebrations of the Centennial of Independence in 1910, the honor Vermouth was served here to the diplomatic corps. Confectionery Torres, Alameda The Torres confectionery however had a decline that made its former owners finish it in 2002. Its new owners are the Commercial Engineers Claudio Soto Barría and his wife Patrizia Misseroni Raddatz. The task was enormous to perfect it; They took a year and their cost to fix it was 500 thousand dollars (three hundred million pesos). They started in July 2002 and went live on May 8, 2004; Its official opening was in September 2004. It conserves one of the oldest waiters, Don José Santos, who has been on the premises for over fifty years, and Don Belisario Maturana, who has worked there since 1984. In 2006, a new store of Confectionery Towers was inaugurated in the Palacio de la Moneda Cultural Center, participating in the society, the Greek Georgios Libertatos and Antonella Misseroni Raddatz. This place is frequently visited by authorities. It is a modern establishment, the civic heart of Santiago, a meeting point for national and foreign personalities. In December of 2009 the Torres de Isidora Goyenechea 2962 was opened, whose official inauguration was on May 27, 2010. It was then attended by Interior Minister Rodrigo Hinzpeter Kirberg, President of the World Wine Academy, Mariano Fernández Amunátegui, the mayor of Las Condes Francisco de la Maza and Father Rigoberto Ramos Bravo, SJ, rector of the San Ignacio school, who blessed the premises.

La Casa en el Aire

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In 1993 La Casa en el Aire was born in an old mansion in the Bellavista neighborhood (Antonia López de Bello 0125). Exiled from Colombia, its owners wanted to pay tribute to the nation that hosted them, baptizing this meeting place with the same name as an emblematic folklore song from the coffee country.

They were invited to participate in Patio Bellavista with a small corner of song and poetry in the heart of the central square, becoming in a short time an essential referent within the offer of the gastronomic and cultural center. In addition to offering a wide range of drinks, liquors and snacks with products brought exclusively from Colombia, they set up a sort of artistic spell day after day, giving space to various musical expressions of the Latin American songbook through a first class cultural program that It includes storytelling, music, tango, cueca and boleros.

In 2012 the premises expanded, which implied a considerable increase in its capacity and also the arrival of a new menu-menu, with the inclusion of new dishes that contain a strong influence of Colombian food

Azotea Matilde

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Azotea Matilde 

They are a Restaurant of food of Author located in the heart of the Bellavista District, important tourist center of Santiago. Featured for being the first Restaurant Rooftop with a privileged panoramic view of the city, on the slope of the emblematic San Cristobal Hill, just blocks from the National Zoo, and in front of 'La Chascona', home of the renowned Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

As a tribute to the Nobel Prize for Literature, Azotea Matilde was baptized with the name of his last great love.

Lorenza Bistro

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Go out to eat and go drinking in one place. This is the invitation of our restaurant, where the dishes are prepared with the best national and international products.- Tuna sealed in fine herbs oil, octopus braised with quinoa of cilantro, an exquisite smoked filet in cherry wood, a spectacular pasta stuffed with spider crab on creams, cilantro and truffled mushrooms, a roast cooked strip at 30 hours and a lamb from Tierra del Fuego are just some of the options you'll find at Lorenza Bistro. Exclusive and original are the drinks that complement the offer that are enjoyed together with a striking bar that takes center stage at night.

Bar Liguria

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The Bar Liguria opened its doors on August 10, 1990 on Avenida Providencia 2682, right next to the traditional Monix perfumery and under the old Radio Mining. It was a small room, with no more divisions than the kitchen and the bathrooms; with a staff - among owners, chefs and garzones - that did not exceed half a dozen.

A good sample of what has always been served at Chilean tables can be found at the Liguria Bar. Traditional recipes such as casserole, lentils with sausage, baked silver, breaded pejerreyes, noodles with mechada meat, charquicán or fried cochayuyo; prepared under a strict process of selection of ingredients and a kitchen with technology, but with an experience that guarantees great taste. You can also choose a good selection of traditional and new sandwiches, machas a la parmesanas , pichanga or chicken pil pil.

At the time of drinking, we have an excellent wine list, beers and spirits plus a bar staff that performs with mestría all kinds of orders, from pisco sour to wines with fruit. Everything to the client's pleasure

Millesime

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Millesime Estudio is the first private gastronomic club in the world, which for its amazing gastronomy, service, innovative design, elegance and its privileged location, will become the gastronomic-social center of the city of Santiago de Chile.

El Bohio Restaurant

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Enjoy life al fresco within an urban resort style by the pool. BBQ and grill with a delicious buffet featuring: Premium meat cuts on the grill. Seafood, terrines and ceviches. 

Concha y Toro Wine Bar

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Concha y Toro, one of the oldest vineyards, with the longest tradition in Chile, and one of the most important in the world, is located in the picturesque rural area of ​​Pirque, just 1 hour from Santiago.

El Cid Restaurant

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The gourmet El Cid Restaurant is considered one of Santiago's best and has been awarded by culinary journalists and critics. Delight yourself with an exquisite combination of flavors, creative pairings, and premium wines. Enjoy either an intimate dinner or an uplifting lunch on our beautiful outdoor terrace.
 

Cuisine Santa Rita Winery

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Restaurante Doña Paula, currently part of the Historic Monument, was named in honor of Doña Paula Jaraquemada, who sheltered 120 patriots in the fight for Chile’s independence, over two hundred years ago. The mansion is a classic example of colonial architecture, with white walls that display paintings from artistic movements such as the Cusco, Quito, and Potosí schools, high

La Piojera

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La Piojera is undoubtedly one of the meeting places where the most genuine forms of popular urban links can be recognized. Eternal toasts, spontaneous songs, conversations together with the flavor of tasty pichangas and a fraternity in every way.
 

Trattoria Rita

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On Avenida Kennedy in the Alto Las Condes Mall, we find another branch of Trattoria Rita, a restaurant dedicated to those who love Italian cuisine. 

Chilenazo Santiago

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They also recommend you try fried cheese empanadas or some delicious parmesan spears. meats. Chilenozo have three types of grills served in brazier, Traditional, Special and Premium, which reach three or four people.

Panchita Restaurant

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Panchita is the new Peruvian restaurant that has just been installed in Nueva Costanera. One in charge of the commercial group linked to Gaston Acurio, the Peruvian chef who has Peruvian cuisine as his flag.

Casa Lastarrias

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The Casa Lastarria restaurant is the gateway to the cultural heart of the city of Santiago: the Lastarria neighborhood. Between narrow streets and charming corners, a cozy stone castle opens up, the best place to share and taste an innovative gastronomic bet. In its three levels, it has perfect spaces to capture the best of each conversation.
 

Margo

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They say that good ideas are better if they are shared. And when you talk about cooking much more, because the essence of a good meal is to communicate love and dedication through a rich dish. In 2012, Maria Jesus and Elisa Gutierrez were invited by a couple of innovative entrepreneurs to create a new space in La Dehesa; a place that is born from the family to offer a close, simple and cozy atmosphere.

La Salvacion

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Salvation is always good news, who does not pursue it. For those of us who like Salvador Cocina and Café, in downtown Santiago, and live and work in the eastern sector of the city, La Salvación is now closer. It is the second location of Rolando Ortega, chef and creator of Salvador. It is located where for a short time was the Zoldanos pizzeria, and it was very nice. 

Bar Ciudadano

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Bar Ciudadano is a new, modern and informal alternative to enjoy traditional Italian cuisine with touches of other lands, where you will find a variety of preparations that are constantly renewed. In honor of a great who sacredly visited us to share a pisco sour, filling our walls with color.
 

Bar Manio

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Bar Manio menu is based on rediscovering flavors and aromas, which complements this winter season, with new techniques and combinations. With signature cocktails they want to take clients to an unforgettable experience together with decorate, there are cocktails of men or women, they are the experience of Bar Manio.

La Biferia

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In Providencia, Pedro de Valdivia 065, there is a restaurant that has become one of the must-sees of Santiago. His specialty is meats, highlighting the quality and preparation of all his dishes. In an informal but intimate atmosphere, with fair spaces and friendly attention from all its staff this restaurant is ideal to enjoy in groups or couples. 

Taringa

The best restaurants in Santiago de Chile
Taringa is one of the most taquilleros bars in Santiago. This place -which is located in Vitacura- offers good drinks and excellent snacks like original pizzas. The size of the piscolas is more generous in comparison to those that others serve in most of the pubs of the capital.

Mestizo restaurant

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Located in Vitacura, a consolidated gastronomic district, with parks and luxury shops, parking on the street and high security, is Mestizo. One of the most visited restaurants in Chile, it takes care of every detail in its dishes that have a delicious flavor and the best presentation.

Barrica 94

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Barrica 94 is a meeting point between wine and gastronomy; a place where you can find one of the widest selections of wines by the glass or bottle, both Chilean and foreign, together with a varied gastronomic offer whose pillar is Chilean food.

In Barrica 94 you will be able to enjoy the best wines accompanied by cheese and charcuterie tables, a variety of classic snacks such as oysters, parmesan machas or a potato omelette, and dishes that match classic preparations with new proposals, such as a roast of long cooking strip with chancaca and merkén sauce or a lasagna of lamb. For those who are not wine lovers, Barrica 94 also has a bar of distillates and beers and a full range of cocktails.

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Montes Winery

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Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Mastica Production

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Mercado Mastica is a family scene where the work of small independent producers in Chile is shown. Founded in 2015, Mercado Mastica has grown organically, opening up to different areas such as design and fashion. Today we are a platform that has spread the work of more than 1000 entrepreneurs, and we continue to grow.

Vietnam Discovery Restaurant

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Vietnam Discovery also offers an excellent bar with a varied list of beverages, unique juices and a great wine and liquor list. You can discover and enjoy a unique cocktail preparation that you may never have tasted elsewhere.

Santa Rita Winery

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Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.

The winery has over 3,000 hectares planted across the prestigious valleys of Limarí (131 hectares), Casablanca (314 hectares), Leyda (90 hectares), Maipo (796 hectares), Colchagua (1.043 hectares), Curicó (458 hectares) and Maule (131 hectares). This great geographical diversity has allowed their vine growers and winemakers to produce a wide range of high quality wines, marked by their individual terroir.

Andean Museum - Santa Rita Winery

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Amidst the Santa Rita vineyards, on the foothills of the Andes, sits the Museo Andean, a large, modern museum that houses a collection of around 3000 archeological and ethnographic artifacts created by the Pre-Columbian peoples who inhabited these lands, as well as works from the mixed cultures of Chile and Latin America.

Concha y Toro Winery

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A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

Maipo Valley

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Maipo is at the very northern end of Chile's extensive Central Valley, running from just north of the Rapel Valley up to where the countryside begins to give way to houses and roads in the southern suburbs of Santiago. The Coastal Range separates the area from the Pacific coast, and on the eastern side, the Andes Mountains rise suddenly and dramatically, separating Maipo from the Argentinean region of Mendoza.

Undurraga Winery

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Founded in 1885 by Don Francisco Undurraga Vicuna, this is one of the oldest wineries in Chile.
Located in the middle of the Maipo Valley, in the Santa Ana Estate, here you can visit one of the pioneer vineyards in the viticulture of Chile. With more than 130 years of experience and innovation, in Undurraga Winery they invite you to know how unique wines are produced, from specific origins, which reflects the best of the terroirs and valleys of Chile.

Baha i House

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A gathering place for South America. Located in the foothills of the Andes in Santiago, Chile, the Bahá’í House of Worship of South America opens its doors on October 19th 2016. It will welcome individuals from Santiago and from all over the world to visit, contemplate in its gardens and to participate in the community activities for which it is a focal point. This House of Worship, joins those other continental houses of worship, as a meeting point that promotes unity through free participation in acts of prayer and service while in a serene environment, free of rituals or ceremonies.
The Bahá’í community offers this place as a concrete contribution to the continuing development of our society— a place open to all, promoting bonds of unity, and heeding the call made by Bahá’u’lláh, the Founder of the Bahá’í Faith:
“Build ye houses of worship throughout the lands in the name of Him Who is the Lord of all religions… Then, with radiance and joy, celebrate therein the praise of your Lord, the Most Compassionate.”

La Casa del Habano

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La Casa del Habano in Santiago de Chile, as in the rest of the world, have certification of origin and are maintained under the highest standards of conservation and quality so that you can enjoy the genuine flavor and aroma of your cigar. It also has a service of premium distillates, high quality coffee and fine tapas.

Barrio Italia

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Formerly in this sector many immigrants -especially Italians- came to live and work, and thus leaving their cultural imprint in spaces such as the Castillito Sermini, the Sombrerería Girardi and the Teatro Italia. Today, it has become the design hub of the city, and an important gastronomic center, with great alternatives to eat during the day, or enjoy at night.

National Reserve Pampa del Tamarugal

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The Pampa del Tamarugal National Reserve is located in the Tarapacá Region, province of Tamarugal, in the communes of Huara and Pozo Almonte. It was created on December 18, 1987. This protected wild area has an area of ​​134,000 hectares, divided into four zones, where it is possible to admire the largest native forest plantation in the country (one million trees in nearly ten thousand hectares), as well as important heritage samples. historical and cultural, as the Geoglifos de Pintados, vestiges of the War of the Pacific and nitrate activity, as well as the puquios of the Salar de Llamara. The unit stands out for the protection of species of fauna, among them birds, like eaglets, tamarugo comedose, owls, pequen, the jote red head; In addition to culpeo fox and fox chilla. As far as flora is concerned, it is made up of tamarugo (Prosopis tamarugo), white carob (Prosopis alba), chulki (Prosopis burkati) and fortune (Prosopis strombulifera), among others.

Farellones Park

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Visit Farellones Park​ for an amazing adventure in the mountains!

MOUNTAIN CART -Come and test your skills at the wheel by sliding through the snow. Now with the new 3-wheel mountain cars with their own brakes, you are part of the most entertaining competition of the year. Be the first to try them. The race is about to begin

Centro Gabriela Mistral - GAM

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The Centre Gabriela Mistral, GAM, is a cultural centre devoted to disseminate and promote performing arts and music. Among many other activities, it offers contemporary drama and dance, as well as classic and popular music a space to continuous development and experimentation. Furthermore, with an emphasis on contemporary photography and popular arts, the GAM houses a range for visual arts. Due to its high demands for transparency, variety and quality, it is orientated to generate direct encounters between artists and diverse audiences.

Movistar Arena

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The best Arena in South America. Movistar Arena is the main multipurpose roofed enclosure of the country, located in O'Higgins Park in Santiago de Chile, it is designed to host all kinds of events: Concerts, conferences, musicals, sports, fairs and corporate corporate parties, since it has a first level infrastructure and a capacity that goes from 12 thousand people sitting in numbered seats, up to 16 thousand spectators for standing recitals. Movistar Arena has an outstanding team of professionals prepared to work and deliver the best service for the performance of various shows on the premises.

Patio Bellavista

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Patio Bellavista opened its doors in January 2006, after a valuable patrimonial rescue that involved the restoration of the structure of an old cité and a series of industrial warehouses of 1900.

With 10,000 m2 built, Patio Bellavista is a meeting place with 70 operators in total, where gastronomy, culture, art, fine craft shops, design and clothing converge, and a boutique hotel.
 

Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares
The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named as Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in the National System of Protected Areas of Chile.

Paranal hill observatory

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Paranal Hill Observatory is the most important astronomic investigation center in the country. It belongs to the Austral European Observatory (ESO) and it has high technology equipment for scientific reseach. For those who would like to visit the observatory, it´s necessary to ask for authorization to ESO in Antofagasta. The tours, only the 2 last weekends of the month, allow you to see the infrastructure and participate in chats about the astronomic world.

Puyehue Hot Springs

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Recover your energy in the hot spring pools in Chile, which flow pure and crystalline from the land of the National Park Puyehue, delivering an experience of rest for the mind, body and soul. Feel the benefits of hot springs in the Northern Patagonia of Chile. One of the best hot springs in Chile.

Casa Molle Villa & Golf

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Casa Molle is a special place designed for you to enjoy days off in a luxury hotel, located in Coquimbo Region.

All of Casa Molle Programs Include:
Excellent gastronomy service, Open Bar, Guided Horse Rides, Bikes, Golf, Kayaking, Guided Trekking, Outdoor Pool, Hot tub & Sauna, Star Gazing, Yoga classes.

La Noche Culture and Art

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Santiago de Chile offers the traveler an intense cultural activity throughout the year, and although the historical center of the city concentrates most of the museums, in interesting neighborhoods such as Bellavista, Lastarria and Yungay you can also find interesting proposals.

Club Hipico of Santiago de Chile

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Club Hipico de Santiago de Chile

Founded in the year 1869 as the first equestrian center of the capital for horse racing, the Equestrian Club of Santiago had its official inauguration, as well as its first races on September 20, 1870, under the direction of its first president, Mr. Francisco Baeza Sotomayor.

Located in the area surrounding the Republic neighborhood, one of the most elegant and traditional of ancient Santiago, the site had since its inception with the current location and design of its courts oriented from north to south, where its stands look towards the imposing massif of the Andes Mountain Range.

Refined ladies and distinguished gentlemen came to the premises of the Horse Club of Santiago to share with the most select social life of the time, while enjoying the best horse show in the country.

Hornito Beach

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Always close to the sea The ocean route that leads from Antofagasta to Iquique is unique by the way you look at it, not only because the sea is always on one side, but because it develops with a peace and serenity that between curves and straight lines allows us to observe how it is life in these latitudes.

Cavancha Beach

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The coastal edge of Cavancha beach has a mix of activities to do. It has a beautiful bike path, games for children and machines for sports. There is also a rich gastronomy expressed in the wide variety of restaurants where seafood and seafood dishes are the specialty.

Rinconada beach

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Rinconada Beach is located in the San Luciano Hill slope near Antofagasta. Its warm and calm waters make it a perfect place to enjoy outdoor and sport activities. The walks and excursions are possible in the San Luciano natural slope, enjoying the typical fauna that includes seagulls, lizards, crabs and sea dogs.

Plaza Sotomayor

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The Plaza Sotomayor is a plaza in Valparaíso, Chile. It is named after Rafael Sotomayor. The square is lined by buildings occupying full block-fronts of the streets that flank it.

Iquique

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A paradise between beaches and deserts ... which you can visit all year round due to its pleasant climate.  In 2001 Iquique was named Culture Capital of Amercia, the first city in Chile to achieve the distinction. Iquique is also known as the ‘New Orleans of South America’, with its mix of cultures and constant activity.

Cerro Alegre

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Cerro Alegre is one of the most touristic and important zones of Valparaiso, with a residential neighborhood with unique architectonic elements and lots of color. The main spot is found on Montealegre street.

Moai

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The Moai Easter island is located on the east edge of the Polynesian Triangle, in the south Pacific Ocean, with a latitude of 27° 9′ 10” South, and a longitude of 109° 27′ 17” West. The closest continental point is the coast of Chile at a distance of 3,526 Km. It’s located 2,075 Km west of the Pitcairn Islands and 4,351 Km from Papeete (Tahiti) to the southwest, so that Easter Island is one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world.

Ahu Tongariki

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The contemplation of the imposing Ahu Tongariki with the Pacific Ocean on its back is the fulfilled dream of most travelers who cross the planet to reach Easter Island.

Chilean museum of pre-Columbian art

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During the 1970s, Sergio Larraín García-Moreno became increasingly aware of the importance of his collection and of the urgent need to establish an ongoing institution for its permanent and overall care. He approached university and governmental institutions with the intention of donating the collection so it could be exhibited, preserved and expanded.

Astoreca Palace

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The Astoreca Palace is a property located in the historic center of Iquique, Chile. Its construction was commissioned by Juan Higinio Astoreca, a salt flat entrepreneur, in 1900 and was completed in 1901. Georgian style, built in Oregon pine and richly furnished, was declared a national historical monument in 1994. Today it works as a museum and center of extension of the Arturo Prat University.
 

Cejar Lagoon Tour

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Tour to Laguna Cejar, Laguna Piedra, Ojos del Salar and Laguna Tebinquinche, experience where you can see turquoise waters in a breathtaking landscape.

On this tour you will visit a series of lagoons inside the Salar de Atacama, the largest salt flat in Chile. You will first visit the Ojos del Salar, two deep freshwater wells in the middle of the desert, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. Then you will visit the Tebinquinche Lagoon, where we will walk along its path to appreciate the magnificent views, where the sky merges with the desert and the whiteness of the salt.

Anakena Beach

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Anakena is the main beach on Easter Island, it represents the typical picture that you have when you think of a paradisiacal beach. Its white and fine coral sand, crystalline turquoise sea, calm waves and coconut palms (brought from Tahiti several decades ago) make it an ideal place for rest and leisure.

Gomez Carreno Natural Park

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Gómez Carreño Natural Park is an area of coastal sclerophyllous forest located on the north side of the city of Viña del Mar, Valparaíso region, Chile, and has native and endangered flora and fauna. Although it is not officially a natural park, it has all the characteristics of a nature sanctuary.

What To Do in National Holidays in Chile

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Torres del Paine National Park

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Torres del Paine National Park is located in Torres del Payne district, Ultima Esperanza province, in Magallanes y Antartica Chilena Region, Chile. Its official surface is 227.298 hectares
The park was founded on May the 13th, 1959 as Turismo Lago Grey National Park. Two years later the park was named as Torres del Paine National Park. Nowadays the park takes place in the National System of Protected Areas of Chile.

National Reserve Pampa del Tamarugal

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The Pampa del Tamarugal National Reserve is located in the Tarapacá Region, province of Tamarugal, in the communes of Huara and Pozo Almonte. It was created on December 18, 1987. This protected wild area has an area of ​​134,000 hectares, divided into four zones, where it is possible to admire the largest native forest plantation in the country (one million trees in nearly ten thousand hectares), as well as important heritage samples. historical and cultural, as the Geoglifos de Pintados, vestiges of the War of the Pacific and nitrate activity, as well as the puquios of the Salar de Llamara. The unit stands out for the protection of species of fauna, among them birds, like eaglets, tamarugo comedose, owls, pequen, the jote red head; In addition to culpeo fox and fox chilla. As far as flora is concerned, it is made up of tamarugo (Prosopis tamarugo), white carob (Prosopis alba), chulki (Prosopis burkati) and fortune (Prosopis strombulifera), among others.

Huilo Huilo Resort

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Enjoying the snow will always be an adventure, and doing it in the Huilo Huilo Biological Reserve is a unique experience. It is in the middle of the majestic forest covered with a radiant white that welcomes travelers who visit during the winter season.

Elqui Valley: Total Solar Eclipse Viewing & Event

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Observe the total solar eclipse on July 2, 2019 during a special event. Take a privileged seat with incredible panoramic views in a region famous for low humidity and cle

Laguna Cejar Afternoon Tour From San Pedro de Atacama

What To Do in National Holidays in Chile
Enjoy a half-day tour to the Cejar Lagoon, one of the must-see places in the Atacama. Enjoy your time there admiring the scenery, taking incredible pictures of the great

Valparaiso & Viña del Mar Private Winery Tour

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Spend a wonderful day on the coast exploring the port city of Valparaiso and the resort town of Viña del Mar. End the day with a special tour and wine tasting at the exc

Elqui Valley Spanish Tour from La Serena

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Discover the mystical Elqui Valley on this full-day guided tour from La Serena. Get a glimpse of new-age lifestyles at Cochiguaz, enjoy a pisco tasting at a production pl

Montes Winery

What To Do in National Holidays in Chile
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Cava Colchagua Hotel Boutique

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Vino Bello and Casa Colchagua restaurants are located just 1 km from the property, as well as Laura Hartwig, Montgras and Estampa Wineries. Colchagua Museum, Casino and Bus terminal are located 3 km away. Lapostolle, Montes y Viu-Manent wineries can be found a 15-minute drive away.
 

Things to do and visit in Pirque

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Concha y Toro Winery

Things to do and visit in Pirque
A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

From Santiago: Full-Day Cajon del Maipo Road Trip

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Immerse yourself in the natural splendor and spectacular scenery of Cajon del Maipo on a full-day tour from Santiago. Awaken your senses to the fragrant mountain air and

Maipo Valley

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Maipo is at the very northern end of Chile's extensive Central Valley, running from just north of the Rapel Valley up to where the countryside begins to give way to houses and roads in the southern suburbs of Santiago. The Coastal Range separates the area from the Pacific coast, and on the eastern side, the Andes Mountains rise suddenly and dramatically, separating Maipo from the Argentinean region of Mendoza.

Andean Museum - Santa Rita Winery

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Amidst the Santa Rita vineyards, on the foothills of the Andes, sits the Museo Andean, a large, modern museum that houses a collection of around 3000 archeological and ethnographic artifacts created by the Pre-Columbian peoples who inhabited these lands, as well as works from the mixed cultures of Chile and Latin America.

Cajon del Maipo: Horseback Ride and Wine Tour with Tasting

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Enjoy a fun morning horseback ride in the Cajon del Maipo Canyon and then relax in the afternoon at Concha y Toro Wine Vineyard for a tour and tasting!

Santa Rita Winery

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.

The winery has over 3,000 hectares planted across the prestigious valleys of Limarí (131 hectares), Casablanca (314 hectares), Leyda (90 hectares), Maipo (796 hectares), Colchagua (1.043 hectares), Curicó (458 hectares) and Maule (131 hectares). This great geographical diversity has allowed their vine growers and winemakers to produce a wide range of high quality wines, marked by their individual terroir.

Cajon del Maipo Full-Day Small Group Tour with Picnic

Things to do and visit in Pirque
Get back to nature and experience the fresh mountain air of the Cajon de Maipo on a small group full-day tour from Santiago. Visit the lake of Embalse el Yeso, pass the T

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua

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Moai

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Visit One of Chile's Best Tourist Attractions!

Discover the magic of one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world

The Moai Easter island is located on the east edge of the Polynesian Triangle, in the south Pacific Ocean, with a latitude of 27° 9′ 10” South, and a longitude of 109° 27′ 17” West. The closest continental point is the coast of Chile at a distance of 3,526 Km. It’s located 2,075 Km west of the Pitcairn Islands and 4,351 Km from Papeete (Tahiti) to the southwest, so that Easter Island is one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world.

Anakena Beach

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Anakena is the main beach on Easter Island, it represents the typical picture that you have when you think of a paradisiacal beach. Its white and fine coral sand, crystalline turquoise sea, calm waves and coconut palms (brought from Tahiti several decades ago) make it an ideal place for rest and leisure.

Ahu Tongariki

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Ahu Tongariki, the 15 moai statues

The contemplation of the imposing Ahu Tongariki with the Pacific Ocean on its back is the fulfilled dream of most travelers who cross the planet to reach Easter Island.

Rano Raraku Volcano

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Rano Raraku a breath taking Volcano landscape in Chile.

Rano Raraku, the quarry of the Moai
The Rano Raraku volcano is one of the most incredible and extraordinary archaeological sites on the planet. In this magical place full of mystery, the moai were made, the giant statues that have made Easter Island famous worldwide.
 

Rano Kau

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Rano Kau, also known as Rano Kao, is the largest volcano and one of the most beautiful and impressive natural settings that can be admired on Easter Island. The sensation of immensity and silence, interrupted only by the wind, the distant sound of the waves and the occasional squawking of seabirds, makes Rano Kau one of the favorite and unforgettable places for visitors.
 

Hanga Roa

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Hanga Roa is the only urban center that exists on Easter Island. Here is where the main social, economic and cultural activities of Rapa Nui are developed and where almost all its inhabitants reside.
 

Rapa Nui National Park

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
Easter Island’s protected area acquired the status of a National Park on January 16th, 1935 by Supreme Decree No. 103 of the Ministry of Land and colonization, being declared a National Historic Landmark that very same year.

Sebastian Englert Museum

Things to do and visit in Isla de Pascua
The Anthropological Easter Island Museum (the only museum on the island), is named after the priest Sebastian Englert, a German priest who came to the island in 1935 and spent the last 34 years of his life studying and disseminating the language, traditions and archaeological heritage of Rapa Nui.

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile

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Bodegas Re Wines

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile
Bodegas Re It is a concept of wines of a unique character, based on REcreate, REinvent and REveal, ancestral wines from biblical accounts to the ones produced in the past centuries by the family in noble and beautiful clay jars. Beauty wines are reborn.
 

Casa Valle Viñamar Wines

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile
Viñamar de Casablanca offers one f the best Wines in Chile.

Casa Valle Viñamar was founded to develop a line of sparkling and exceptional wines, oriented to the most demanding markets.

Kingston Family Vineyards

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile
Kingston Family Vineyards brings the best California winemaking techniques to  Casablanca, Chile

Kingston Family Vineyards has been recognized as 'among the best wineries in Chile' (Stephen Tanzer) and for 'making some of Chile's best pinots' (Food & Wine)

Casa Del Bosque Vineyard

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile
Casas del Bosque is located 70 km from Santiago, the capital of Chile, and 30 km from the port of Valparaíso, (UNESCO World Heritage Site). In 1993 the Italian descendants Cúneo family established the winery in the Casablanca Valley, one of the coolest spots in the area. The large and old pines and olive trees, and small white houses of adobe, defined the name of 'Casas del Bosque”.
 

Casablanca Wine Route

Best wineries in Casa Blanca valley in Chile
Casablanca Wine Route is where you can find the finest Vineyards in Valparaiso, Chile.

Casablanca Wine Route will take you to every Vineyard in Casablanca, so you can enjoy the highest quality in Wines.
 

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca

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Toki Kura Observatory

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Endless wonders await you on a clear night. The first step is simply to look up and ask the questions that Humanity has asked itself since millennia: “What is all this? When did it arise? It's infinite?' When you do, get ready for amazement. The Universe surpasses everything you can imagine.

Lo Vasquez Virgin

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
The Sanctuary of  Lady Purísima de lo Vásquez is a Chilean sanctuary, of the Catholic Church, located in the town of Lo Vásquez, commune of Casablanca, 32 kilometers southeast of Valparaíso. In this place, an image is venerated that recalls the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, celebrated with a big party on December 8th each year, where thousands of people from all over the country come for 2 days, mainly from Santiago and the Valparaíso region.

Casa Del Bosque Vineyard

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
Casas del Bosque is located 70 km from Santiago, the capital of Chile, and 30 km from the port of Valparaíso, (UNESCO World Heritage Site). In 1993 the Italian descendants Cúneo family established the winery in the Casablanca Valley, one of the coolest spots in the area. The large and old pines and olive trees, and small white houses of adobe, defined the name of 'Casas del Bosque”.
 

Casablanca Wine Route

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
Casablanca Wine Route is where you can find the finest Vineyards in Valparaiso, Chile.

Casablanca Wine Route will take you to every Vineyard in Casablanca, so you can enjoy the highest quality in Wines.
 

Bodegas Re Wines

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
Bodegas Re It is a concept of wines of a unique character, based on REcreate, REinvent and REveal, ancestral wines from biblical accounts to the ones produced in the past centuries by the family in noble and beautiful clay jars. Beauty wines are reborn.
 

Casa Valle Viñamar Wines

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
Viñamar de Casablanca offers one f the best Wines in Chile.

Casa Valle Viñamar was founded to develop a line of sparkling and exceptional wines, oriented to the most demanding markets.

Kingston Family Vineyards

Things to do and visit in Casa Blanca
Kingston Family Vineyards brings the best California winemaking techniques to  Casablanca, Chile

Kingston Family Vineyards has been recognized as 'among the best wineries in Chile' (Stephen Tanzer) and for 'making some of Chile's best pinots' (Food & Wine)

Things to Do and visit in Iquique

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Iquique Naval Museum

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Thanks to the support of the Chilean Army, the Naval Museum serves its visitors in room No. 6 of the Tarapacá Military Museum since April 30, 2015. Its temporary exhibition exhibits 25 original pieces of the Emerald Corvette and one of the Huáscar monitor. Among them, the magnificent Baranda de Toldilla stands out, a piece of wood 8.25 meters long, 1.04 meters high and weighing approximately 450 kg, which shows the exact place from where Captain Arturo Prat gave his harangue Immortal to the glorious endowment of the Emerald Corvette, that day Wednesday, May 21, 1879.

Astoreca Palace

Things to Do and visit in Iquique
The Astoreca Palace is a property located in the historic center of Iquique, Chile. Its construction was commissioned by Juan Higinio Astoreca, a salt flat entrepreneur, in 1900 and was completed in 1901. Georgian style, built in Oregon pine and richly furnished, was declared a national historical monument in 1994. Today it works as a museum and center of extension of the Arturo Prat University.
 

Plaza Arturo Prat

Things to Do and visit in Iquique
The Plaza de Armas of the city of Iquique or simply Arturo Prat Square is the main square of the homonymous city in the Tarapacá Region, Chile, which is constituted in an agglutinating heritage zone of several buildings listed as historical monuments: the Clock Tower, the Tarapacá Employee Protective Society Building and the Municipal Theater, which together are one of the most representative urban expressions of the salt flat period next to the Spanish Casino and the Croatian Club.
 

Iquique Clock Tower

Things to Do and visit in Iquique
According to Patricio Advis, the Clock Tower next to the buildings surrounding Prat Square - the Municipal Theater, the building of the Protective Society of Employees of Tarapacá, the Spanish Casino and the Croatian Club - is one of the most urban expressions representative of the salt flat period. It was declared a national historical monument on July 13, 1987.

Emerald Corvette Museum

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The goal is to become, within the historical-naval field, in a national and international reference, regarding the intangible heritage preservation and the tacit recognition of the values and spirit of the sailors of war, enhancing the image of the Chilean Navy, of its men and the importance of their historical legacy.

Salt Flat Museum

Things to Do and visit in Iquique
The Salt Flat Museum Corporation (CMS) was created by former inhabitants and their descendants of the nitrate offices, with a constituent assembly date on November 23, 1997. It was officially founded on November 11, 1999 according to Supreme Decree No. 912 of the Ministry of Justice, with Legal address in the city of Iquique, Tarapacá Region, Chile.

It has a heritage consisting of all movable and immovable property formed by the Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Offices, declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Both salt flats are in the Commune of Pozo Almonte.
 

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar

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Las Salinas Beach

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Near the Craft Fair and the Los Marineros spa, the Salinas Beach stands out for a shorter length than usual, in addition to delivering soft and small waves, the preferred ones for swimming and cooling off.

Gomez Carreno Natural Park

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Gómez Carreño Natural Park is an area of coastal sclerophyllous forest located on the north side of the city of Viña del Mar, Valparaíso region, Chile, and has native and endangered flora and fauna. Although it is not officially a natural park, it has all the characteristics of a nature sanctuary.

Vergara Square

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
José Francisco Vergara Square, more commonly Vergara Square or simply Viña Square, is a square that is located in the center of Viña del Mar in the Region of Valparaíso, Chile, specifically on the land formed by the extension of Liberty Avenue, through the bridge of the same name, between the streets Arlegui and Valparaíso.
 

Flower Clock

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
The Flower Clock is a garden clock located at the foot of the Castillo hill, in front of the Caleta Abarca spa, in the city of Viña del Mar, Valparaíso Region, Chile.
 

Sausalito Lagoon

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Sausalito Lagoon is an artificial reservoir located in the city of Viña del Mar, in Valparaíso, Chile. It has an area of 8 hectares and a capacity of 400 thousand m³, and empties through the channels that reach the Marga Marga estuary.

Aviva Water Park

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Aviva Water Park is an amazing experience to cool off and enjoy a beautiful day. The hours of swimming pools and water attractions are from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. They offer many activities for the whole family

Vergara Pier

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
The Vergara Pier is an engineering work located between Acapulco and El Sol beaches, on Avenida San Martín, that connects with the beginnings of industrial activity north of the Estero Marga-Marga.

Vina Del Mar Casino

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Located on Calle San Martín, the Enjoy Vina del Mar Casino stands out for its imposing and beautiful Roman-Greek-style construction, with elegant rooms that host the best games of tables and chance machines, in which you can bet while you earn and accumulate points Enjoy Club.

Renaca

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Renaca is a Chilean town located north of the commune of Vina del Mar, in the Valparaíso region. Mainly tourist and residential, it is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods within the Metropolitan Area of Valparaíso.

Cachagua Island

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
The Cachagua Island is located in the Valparaíso Region and belongs to the province of Petorca, commune of Zapallar. It was created on June 27th, 1989. Previously, in 1979, it was declared a Nature Sanctuary.

Botanical Garden

Things do and visit in Vina del Mar
Today, the National Botanical Garden Foundation have the mission of conserving the resources of the native and exotic flora through the administration and management of the National Botanical Garden in Viña del Mar.

Things do and visit in Valparaiso

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Cerro Alegre

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Cerro Alegre is one of the most touristic and important zones of Valparaiso, with a residential neighborhood with unique architectonic elements and lots of color. The main spot is found on Montealegre street.

Cerro Concepcion

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Another famous touristic attraction to visit in Valparaiso is Cerro Concepción. In fact, here you can find most of hostals and hotels. It's the recommended place to sleep over, not only for security but also for the ambience and important places to see.

Valparaiso Street Art

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Probably the number one reason for visitors to travel to Valparaiso is to gaze upon their murals and their colors. There are many tours where you can enjoy the most important sites, you can go to Cielo Abierto Museum, as well as the murals around the city, specially Cerro Alegre and Cerro Concepción.

Valparaiso Port

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
The Valparaiso Port: South Pacific commercial emporium The most reliable background on the port history of Valparaíso dates from 1810, when Villaurrutia pier was built.

Ascensores Valparaiso

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
The elevators and funiculars of Valparaíso make up an integrated system of a current means of transport that represents a living industrial heritage unique in the world. This particular means of urban transport, installed in the imaginary of the inhabitants and visitors of Valparaíso.

Plaza Sotomayor

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
The Plaza Sotomayor is a plaza in Valparaíso, Chile. It is named after Rafael Sotomayor. The square is lined by buildings occupying full block-fronts of the streets that flank it.

Parque Cultural Valparaíso

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
The Valparaíso Cultural Park is an architectural complex built on Cerro Cárcel, which is projected from a harmonious set of buildings for the installation of cultural resources around a park open to the community, aimed at relieving local artistic practice, with a first level infrastructure for dance, music, theater and circus space.

Las Torpederas Beach

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Playa Las Torpederas is a beach resort in Valparaíso, Chile, located at the base of Cerro Ancha hill and located at the top of Altamirano Avenue.

Plaza Victoria

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Victoria Square, also called Plaza de la Victoria,  is a square located in the El Almendral sector of  the city of Valparaíso, Chile, of heritage importance, which includes valuable statues and plant species.

Muelle Baron

Things do and visit in Valparaiso
Muelle Barón was projected in order to meet the movement of coal for the State Railways service.
In 2002 the place is conditioned as a pedestrian promenade, keeping two of the old cranes. It is currently used frequently for mass artistic events

Best wine tours close to Santiago de Chile

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Concha y Toro Winery

Best wine tours close to Santiago de Chile
A vineyard and winery that has a prosperous history dating back to 1883 when grapevines from the Bordeaux region were planted at Pirque in the Maipo Valley; since this time the company has excelled in producing some of the finest Chilean wines...

Undurraga Winery

Best wine tours close to Santiago de Chile
Undurraga has 2 wineries with a total capacity of 23,000,000 liters. One is located in Quinta de Tilcoco VI Region, the second and main, in the Santa Ana farm, Talagante, Metropolitan Region, where there are modern facilities to carry out the processes of fermentation, processing, aging and bottling of its still and sparkling wines . Ancient and fresh underground cellars dating from its founding in the nineteenth century, make up the perfect environment for the aging of our Reserva wines, where an experienced winemaking team and modern facilities allow Undurraga to produce wines of internationally recognized quality to satisfy the most diverse palates.

Montes Winery

Best wine tours close to Santiago de Chile
Visit Montes Winery visionary winery and be inspired by its Feng Shui design. Taste their finest wines. Enjoy outstanding restaurant cuisine at Fuegos de Apalta, operated by world-renowned chef, Francis Mallmann. Or venture onto the hillside and follow botanical trail, with its stunning scenic vistas. Enjoy this unforgettable experience one of the top attractions in the Colchagua Valley.

Santa Rita Winery

Best wine tours close to Santiago de Chile
Currently, the Santa Rita Estates’ vineyards in Chile are located in the best and most diverse terroirs for growing and developing each of its grapes.

The winery has over 3,000 hectares planted across the prestigious valleys of Limarí (131 hectares), Casablanca (314 hectares), Leyda (90 hectares), Maipo (796 hectares), Colchagua (1.043 hectares), Curicó (458 hectares) and Maule (131 hectares). This great geographical diversity has allowed their vine growers and winemakers to produce a wide range of high quality wines, marked by their individual terroir.

Errazuriz Winery

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For more than a century, the Viña Errázuriz Historical Winery in Panquehue has remained a symbol of the vision of the future, the drive and the entrepreneurial capacity of Don Maximiano Errázuriz, the founder of the vineyard.

Morande Winery

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The Morande story began 20 years ago in 1996 with a plan to make great and innovative wines of the highest quality with grapes from vineyards in Chile’s most interesting wine valleys. In 2000 Empresas Juan Yarur, one of Chile’s most important and respected business groups, took control of the winery and formed Grupo Belén, which includes the Morandé, Vistamar, Mancura, and Fray Leon wineries.

Cousino Macul Winery

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At that time, Matías Cousiño had established himself as a visionary and pioneer within a country, beginning to take shape at the time when he had recently become independent from Spain at the beginning of the 19th century. His efforts were directed to a wide range of industrial projects. In the north of the country developed one of the richest silver mines in Chile. Later, he built the first copper melting plant.

Casa Silva Winery

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Casa Silva Winery has the oldest cellar in the Colchagua Valley. However, under its historical and traditional facade, one of the most modern wineries in Chile is hidden. Located among the centenary vineyards of the Angostura estate, it has state-of-the-art technology, different barrel rooms with perfect conditions for wine storage and a sector specially equipped for small vinifications. Inside you will also find historic underground tunnels, as well as a beautiful collection of vintage cars. It is open all year round for visits and wine tastings.

Casas del bosque winery

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Casas del Bosque is one of the most important vineyards in Casablanca. It has gained great prestige, and in 2010 it became the best vineyard to visit in Chile.

Winery Lapostolle Chile

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Lapostolle Wines was founded by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet in 1994. Alexandra is a member of the renowned family that has been dedicated for several generations to the production of high-quality spirits and wines.
After visiting Chile, Alexandra and Cyril not only fell in love with the Colchagua Valley, they also detected the enormous potential of the country to produce premium wines due to its exceptional geographical characteristics.

Estampa Winery

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Viña Estampa began in 2001 as the result of the vision and entrepreneurial spirit of Miguel González-Ortiz, the winery’s owner and current president. From the beginning the winery focused on innovation and modern techniques to create world-class wines that would fully express the characteristics of the different varieties and their origin, the Colchagua Valley.

San Pedro Winery

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With over 150 years of history , Viña San Pedro was founded in the Curicó Valley in 1865 by the Correa Albano brothers, who were pioneers in bringing varieties from the Old Continent to the Valley. San Pedro is one of the most important wineries in Chile and one of the country’s most significant exporters, with a presence in over 80 markets across five continents with its brands: Altaïr, Cabo de Hornos, Sideral, Kankana del Elqui, Tierras Moradas, 1865, Epica, Castillo de Molina, 35 SUR and GatoNegro. Its exploratory, pioneering nature and pursuit of extreme origins led it to incorporate the Elqui Valley in 2006, which is the origin of the Castillo de Molina Sauvignon Blanc as well as the Limited Edition Syrah from the 1865 range. It is also one of the first large wineries to help revive the Itata Valley in 2013. Other projects, such as Los Despedidos, have prompted San Pedro to engage with less commercial varieties such as Cinsault, País and Dolcetto.

Tarapaca Winery

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Mission
To preserve the seal of quality that has characterized our broad wine portfolio. The portfolio is orientated towards the satisfaction of our diverse consumer segments, which has enabled Viña Tarapacá to become a benchmark for Chilean viticulture.
Vision
To be sustainable in all our actions and across all aspects: economic, social and environmental. We strive to be cutting-edge in our technology, winemaking and vineyard management, using practices which take the environment into consideration. For this reason, we have certifications which adhere to the highest international quality standards

Viu Manent Winery

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Viu Manent is a Chilean winery owned by the Viu family. It was founded in 1935 when the Catalonian immigrant Miguel Viu-García and his two sons Agustín and Miguel Viu-Manent founded Bodegas Viu in Santiago de Chile. They bottled and sold wine on the local market under the “Vinos Viu” brand.

Miguel Torres Winery

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With a presence in over 100 countries, the Miguel Torres Chile family winery has established itself over the past 30 years as one of the main producers of high-quality wines, through its products’ identity, respect for the environment, and social responsibility.

Ventisquero Vineyard

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Since 1998, Ventisquero Vineyard has been imagining and making ground-breaking wines. True to their philosophy of going “a step beyond”, they create modern, avant-garde, high-quality wines and  take care of the environment at each and every stage of the production process.

Korta Wines

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Korta Winery and Vineyards is currently one of the most important wineries in the Maule Region of Chile, specifically located in the Valley of Sagrada Familia, one of the oldest in the country and famous for its great agricultural development, its farming traditions, and the exceptional quality of its climate and soil.
 

Casa Marin Winery

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Nothing describes this winery better than the story of a woman who persevered to create fine and exclusive wines. In 2000, against advice from colleagues and experts, she decided to establish her winery in Lo Abarca, a small town in the San Antonio Valley. Despite warnings about problems with location, the cool climate, and people’s disbelief, she was successful in developing a vineyard and winery whose wines have received numerous world awards, helping position Chile in a distinct light with its high qua