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  • 41

    Estadio Nacional

    4 reviews

    The Estadio Nacional is one of the oldest "football" (soccer) stadiums in South America. Completed in 1938, the stadium holds almost fifty thousand fans.

  • 42

    Vega Central

    4 reviews

    This is the most south american that Santiago can get. Cheap, beautiful, busy, authentic, come just to take a look or to get the ingredients for your next lunch. Must visit it during the morning, the earlier the better.

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  • 43

    Andes Mountains

    4 reviews

    Although I did not venture into the Andes, I saw them everywhere I went in Santiago. They dominate every scene. They are even more impressive from the air.

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  • 44

    The Center of Santiago

    4 reviews

    This spot marks the center of Santiago, Chile. It's in the Plaza de Armas just across from the Palencio de la Real de la Audenica (Museum of History).

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  • 45

    Estación Mapocho

    4 reviews

    I was here for an experimental art play; it's awesome that people can have the opportunity of having a cultural centre where they can see all sorts of interesting things

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  • 46

    Saltos del Petrohue

    3 reviews

    Quite a standard if you stay near Puerto Montt, Puerto Varas but still a must-see. Better travel there with a "micro" if you want the touch and feel of a local. No need to have a professional guide as long as you stick to the usual trekking path. Make sure to make the last few kilometers to Lagos Todos los ...

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  • 47

    Isla de Chiloe

    3 reviews

    Definitely visit this remote island. LAN recently opened a route that flies to Castro a few times per week. The natural beauty is stunning. It has well maintained national parks. Great spot for birders and kayakers. The seafood at certain locations around Castro is some of the best I've had. There are many legends about the island that locals still ...

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  • 48

    Torre Gran Costanera

    3 reviews

    Nothing marks the confidence of emerging economies like the construction of a skyscraper. When this one is topped out in 2012, it will be the tallest office building in the entire continent.

  • 49

    Pueblito de Los Dominicos

    3 reviews

    This place is pretty touristy, and also somewhat overpriced (compared to the crafts at Santa Lucia, for example). But there's also some really great art here amidst the more kitschy stuff you expect. I love to bring my young nieces here to see the birds in the cages (i have to watch their little fingers don't get eaten off by ...

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  • 50


    3 reviews

    the most beautifull an peacefull beach on the Easter Island

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  • 51

    Costanera Shopping Center

    3 reviews

    Good modern shopping centre with all the international brands :)

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  • 52

    Punta de Lobos

    3 reviews

    Best surf spot in Chile - known for having the longest left break in South America. Dark sand beaches. People come from all over South America to surf here. Its a few miles south of the town of Pichilemu.

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  • 53

    Armada de Chile

    3 reviews

    The Armada de Chile plaza is an interesting little square at the bottom of the hill. Like the rest of town, the buildings are colorfully painted.

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  • 54

    National Cathedral

    3 reviews

    The National Cathedral is on the Plaza de Armas. It's an interesting European-style building, showing its spanish influence.

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  • 55

    San Francisco Church Museum

    3 reviews

    The museum is home to many 16th century paintings, the history of the Franciscan order that followed the teachings of St. Francis of Assisi, and some paintings of the Virgin Mother.

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  • 56

    Parque Araucano

    3 reviews

    The Parque Araucano is a small park in the middle of the city. It has great views of the mountains.

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  • 57

    Termas Geométricas

    3 reviews

    You've got to hand it to the Chileans. How do you combine a natural hot spring in the middle of a national park with one of the most architecturally subtle developments? When I visited it was pouring with rain - not unusual for this part of the country, full of lakes and volcanoes. Created by the country's renowned architect Germán ...

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  • 58

    Marble Caves

    1 review

    Six thousand years of wave erosion created the undulating patterns that give these caves their marbleized effect, enhanced by the reflection of the blue and green water of Carrera Lake, near Chile’s border with Argentina. Although the area is threatened by a plan to build a dam nearby, for now, visitors can kayak throughout the caves on days when the ...

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  • 59

    National Library

    2 reviews

    Apart from being one of the best places to sit, read, study, and generally get stuck in to some kind of long-running research project, The National Library in Santiago is also a beautiful building in which to walk around. It always has some kind of small exhibition on show on the ground floor and there are two very nice tea ...

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  • 60

    Cerro Concepción

    2 reviews
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