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Small group Night City Tour With dinner including wine pairing and National Food

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This tour immerses you in the rich Santiago culture and history by experiencing the beautiful city and historical sites of Santiago at night.  With   transportation and professional tour guide, the tour begin with a pick up directly from your hotel. The driving around the most important spots of Santiago Downtown including San Cristobal Hill, Goverment Palace la Moneda and Civic centre. This will give you a great idea about what this cosmopolitan city has to offer. You will be able to discover the main places to later enjoy an exquisite included dinner on one of the most important places of the city that mix the best of Chilean cousine with one of the greatest offer of wines that the city can offer. If you are a Fanatic of wines you can choose the specialized option for this. Enjoy the city the food and the best wines all together in just one night!

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Cerro San Cristobal

Although it’s probably on all of the Top 5 tourist sites of Santiago, Cerro San Cristóbal is not overrated in the least. This big hill in the middle of the city affords one of the most incredible Santiago panoramas available. Every time I head up, my knowledge of the city has increased, and thus I am able to point out more landmarks, distinguish different sectors, etc. For those unfamiliar to Santiago, the view from up here will let you orient the city in its surroundings: the Andes Mountains and the Cordillera de la Costa.

Duration: 35 minutes

Stop At: Parque Metropolitano de Santiago - Parquemet

The park was created in April 1966, when incorporating the Chilean National Zoo and the services of San Cristóbal Hill, and is managed by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.

Duration: 35 minutes

Pass By: Central Market (Mercado Central)

The Central Market in Santiago, Chile, has been named as one of National Geographic’s top ten food markets worldwide. Taken from National Geographic’s book Journeys of a Lifetime, the list runs through the best markets in the world for offering fresh local produce alongside a slice of local life.

Pass By: La Moneda

La Moneda, is the seat of the President of the Republic of Chile. It also houses the offices of three cabinet ministers: Interior, General Secretariat of the Presidency and General Secretariat of the Government. It occupies an entire block in downtown Santiago.

Pass By: Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

Is the seat of the Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, currently Celestino Aós Braco, and the center of the archdiocese of Santiago de Chile. Construction of the neoclassical cathedral began in 1753 and ended in 1799. The architect was the Italian Gioacchino Toesca. Further alterations ordered at the end of the 19th century give it its present appearance.

Pass By: Ex Congreso Nacional

Is the former home of the Chilean Congress. Congress met in this building in central Santiago until Salvador Allende's socialist government was overthrown by Augusto Pinochet's military coup d'état on September 11, 1973. During the Pinochet dictatorship, Congress was moved to new premises in Valparaíso; the old building was declared a national monument in 1976 and between 1990 and 2006 housed the ministry of foreign affairs. The Senate moved its offices in Santiago to this building in December 2000.

Stop At: Central Post Office (Museo Postal)

The Central Post Office Building is a historic post office building on the northern edge of the Plaza de Armas, in Santiago, Chile. It is adjacent to the Palacio de la Real Audiencia de Santiago and is located on what was the land lot originally owned by Pedro de Valdivia and where he built his house.

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Plaza de La Constitucion

Is a plaza occupying a full square block in the heart of the civic district of Santiago, Chile. It is located in front of the northern facade of the Palacio de la Moneda and is surrounded by other government buildings such as those housing the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Banco Central de Chile and the Intendencia de Santiago.

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This is the financial sector in the upper area of our city

Pass By: Centro Cultural Palacio de la Moneda y Plaza de la Ciudadania

The Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda beneath Plaza de la Ciudadanía. A glass-slab roof floods the vaultlike space with natural light, and ramps wind down through the central atrium past the Cineteca Nacional, a state-run art-house movie theater, to two large temporary exhibition spaces that house some of the biggest touring shows to visit Santiago.

Pass By: Barrio Bellavista

Is an area that lies between the Mapocho River and San Cristóbal Hill in Santiago, Chile. It is known as Santiago's bohemian quarter, with numerous restaurants, boutiques, avant-garde galleries, bars and clubs. Many of the city's intellectuals and artists live in Bellavista, and Pablo Neruda's house in Santiago, La Chascona.

Pass By: San Francisco Church

The church, along with the adjacent convent, is one of the oldest colonial-era buildings in the country. The church was consecrated in 1622

Pass By: Plaza de Armas

“Plaza de Armas.” Literally a “square of weapons,” the concept behind this city center dates back hundreds of years, to when Spanish conquistadors were establishing and laying out the grid for cities in the Americas. A single city block would often be intentionally left empty and surrounded by important government offices, cathedrals, and the like.

Pass By: Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral GAM

Chile’s most famous poet, Gabriela Mistral (1889 – 1957), significantly inspired the work of this cultural centre for her love of words, her democratic conviction and her dedication to education. Born as Lucila Godoy Alcayaga in the small town of Vicuña in north-central Chile, she started writing and working as a teacher and at the age of 15. At 25 she published her first mayor work, “Sonetos de la muerte”, which brought her the Chilean literary award in 1912.

Pass By: Costanera Center

The Torre Costanera, was designed by architect César Pelli and is 300 metres (980 ft) tall, making it the tallest building in Latin America and the second tallest in the Southern Hemisphere.

Pass By: Parque Forestal

Parque Forestal is a large, narrow park dotted with numerous must-see locations in downtown Santiago. It borders the Mapocho River from Plaza Baquedano, also known as Plaza Italia, all the way to Estación Mapocho, a historical building and cultural center near the Puente Cal y Canto metro station. Mercado Central, La Vega, and the Bellas Artes museum are some of the other major destinations located in or adjacent to Parque Forestal.

Pass By: Patio Bellavista

This open-air complex of bars, restaurants, and shops, located on the corner of Pio Nono and Constitución, is a relatively recent addition to the culinary, nightlife, and cultural landscape of the city.

Pass By: Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

Slipping into the neoclassical Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral. Walk in through the wooden doors under its two towers and explore this Santiago treasure, one of the city’s top historical destinations.

Pass By: Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts

The Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts is one of the major centers for Chilean art and for broader South American art. Established in 1880 (making it the oldest in South America).

Pass By: Santiago

Departure from Santiago city