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Santiago city experience: Walking tour, Market visit, Lunch & Coffee included

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  • 4 hr

Enjoy a different private city tour of Santiago as you explore and visit the main cultural and tourist attractions by metro and bus.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Santiago, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

On this private walking tour, you will experience Santiago as a true "un Santiaguino" place, as you explore boutiques, food markets and various neighborhoods with your expert guide you will feel like a local. You will have a coffee with legs, you will see street food, stop to eat and have a drink at a local bar, immerse yourself in Chilean culture on the go.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: La Moneda, Moneda S/N, Santiago 8320000 Chile

The Palacio de La Moneda, commonly known as La Moneda, is the seat of the president of the Republic of Chile. It also houses the General Secretariat of the Presidency, and the General Secretariat of Government. It is located in the commune of Santiago, To the north is the Plaza de la Constitución and to the south, that of the Citizenship.

Pass By: Plaza de Armas, Santiago 8329001 Chile

The Plaza de Armas de Santiago is located in the commune of Santiago and is the nucleus of the historic center of the capital of Chile.1 It is located in the quadrant bounded by the Cathedral and Monjitas streets in the north, May 21 and State by the east, Compañía and Merced by the south, the Smoked Walk and the Bridge Walk by the west. Under the Plaza is currently the Plaza de Armas station of the Santiago Metro, opened in 2000.

Pass By: Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana), Plaza de Armas, Santiago 8320147 Chile

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago is the headquarters of the Archdiocese of Santiago de Chile and the main temple of the Catholic Church in that country. As Iglesia Catedral it is the permanent seat of the archbishop of Santiago and is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.

Stop At: Central Market (Mercado Central), Ismael Valdes Vergara 900, Santiago 8320009 Chile

The Central Market is located within the commune of Santiago, in the historic center of the Chilean capital.

The building began to be built in 1869 and was inaugurated on August 23, 1872, 147 years ago.

After a well-deserved lunch, we will take a bearish or earthquake (popular drink) in the Piojera (place with more than 100 years of tradition)

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Cerro San Cristobal, Pio Nono 445, Recoleta Parque Metropolitano de Santiago, Santiago 8320000 Chile

The hill San Cristóbal - formerly Tupahue (in Quechua: ‘Sentinel’) - 1 is located in Santiago, the capital of Chile. With an altitude of 880 meters above sea level and a prominence of 280 m, it is the second highest point in the city, surpassed by the Renca hill. The hill is located between the communes of Providencia and Recoleta, with the Bellavista neighborhood at their feet.

Duration: 1 hour