May 29, 2017

What to do in Santiago?

What to Do In Santiago?

In our city just for a few days? Well here we have some “must do” if you are in San­ti­ago besides tak­ing the Spicy Chile Tours obviously!

1) Wine Tours! While in San­ti­ago, you can´t miss enjoy­ing the magic of our winer­ies. Eno­tour®  Travel offers tourism pro­grams that pro­mote Chile’s rich diver­sity through its unique wines, its culi­nary virtues, and its majes­tic geog­ra­phy. Their inspi­ra­tion is to repli­cate the magic of wine in its ori­gin and in the gen­er­ous land­scapes of this long and nar­row land. Their voca­tion is to offer you the charm of our country’s culi­nary traditions.

2) Costan­era Cen­ter: If you like to go shop­ping, Costan­era Cen­ter is the place! At this awe­some mall, you´ll find the widest vari­ety of stores and restau­rants. This shop­ping cen­ter is hosted in the high­est build­ing of Latin Amer­ica, and has 6 them­at­ic floors which will make your visit as easy as pos­si­ble, with more than 300 stores like H&M, Armani Exchange, For­ever 21, Hugo Boss, Banana Repub­lic, Swarovski, Zara, Guess, Victoria’s Secret and many more.

Within your din­ning alter­na­tives, you can enjoy more than 60 restau­rants with dif­fer­ent kinds of food: Chilean, japan­ese, ital­ian, peru­vian, chi­nese, amer­i­can, seafood, bar­be­cue and the only Hard Rock Cafe of Chile. And as a com­ple­ment also has one of the biggest hiper­mar­ket, Jumbo, and big retail­ers as Paris, Fal­a­bella and Rip­ley and 12 cin­e­mas where you can enjoy the lat­est movies!

And the best thing of all is that they have exclu­sive dis­counts just for tourists! You only have to show your ID on the “On Tour” kiosk in the 2nd floor in front of Steve Mad­den, and you´ll be enjoy­ing great dis­counts in more than 80 stores! Don´t miss Costan­era Center! ”

In the same place, you can get to the high­est look­out of Latin Amer­ica. At 300 mts high is located Sky Costan­era, from where you can enjoy views of San­ti­ago in 360°. It opens from 10 am until 10 pm, so you can delight with the best sun­sets at 300 high. Def­i­nitely a MUST if vis­it­ing Santiago.

3) San Cristobal´s Hill: At the peak, there is a church with an amphithe­ater, and a 22 meter statue of the Blessed Vir­gin Mary inau­gu­rated in 1908, financed by pri­vate con­tri­bu­tions and cast in France. Pope John Paul II gave Mass there in 1987.

Cerro San Cristóbal houses Santiago’s largest pub­lic park: Par­que Met­ro­pol­i­tano (Met­ro­pol­i­tan Park). There is a view­point allow­ing for fan­tas­tic views of the city, spe­cially dur­ing the sum­mer or after it rains. At its foothills are the Met­ro­pol­i­tan Zoo and a Japanese-style gar­den, and up there are also two munic­i­pal pools, Tupahue and Antilén. You can take the lift or hike up there, not too steep but it’s a good work­out!