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  • 1

    Cerro San Cristóbal

    4.5
    27 reviews

    Spectacular view of Santiago and the Andes. We took the mini train to the top where we enjoyed the sunset. We even hopped the fence onto the rocks to get a better view. I would recommend that as long as you don't fall to your death.

    Popular withLocalFamiliesOutdoor
  • 2

    Cerro Santa Lucía

    4.5
    18 reviews

    This is a historic spot in Santiago. It's not as strenuous a climb as nearby Cerro San Cristobal but it provides lovely views of all of Santiago, and on a clear day, the Andes. It's kind of cool climbing those old stone paths and thinking about their role in the complex and frequently ugly colonial past of this country.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 3

    Mercado Central

    4
    21 reviews

    Santiago's Central Market is the place with the highest concentration of dining options that sell typical dishes of the region. Its facilities can enjoy various dishes from the sea area or rivers, from the hands of the best cooks in the metropolitan area.

    Popular withFoodiesBackpackersLocal
  • 4

    Plaza de Armas

    4
    23 reviews

    Used to be a great plaza, now it's been converted into a concrete square, with little greenery.

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  • 5

    Palacio de La Moneda

    4.5
    15 reviews

    La Moneda Palace is where the President of Chile sits. The constructions of the building was started in the 18th century but it was finished in 1929. Its architectural style is neoclassical. The building's history is also interesting: during 1973's military coup d'état it was bombarded by the Army. It is also one of the places where Chileans gather when ...

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  • 6

    Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago

    4.5
    15 reviews

    The Catedral de Santiago is a beautiful building inside and out, and it's on the Plaza de Armas, which is scenic in itself and a great place to watch people.

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  • 7

    Parque Forestal

    4.5
    10 reviews

    Parque Forestal is a very important park with beautiful gardens, trees, monuments, and sculptures that runs parallel with the Mapocho River extending from Mercado Central over to Plaza Italia.

    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorLocal
  • 8

    Barrio Bellavista

    4.5
    10 reviews

    Very nice neighborhood to walk and hang out in/around.

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  • 9

    The National Museum of Fine Arts

    4.5
    10 reviews

    The museum has a wide spectrum of Fine Arts; from sculptures, paintings, photography, etv., Inside and outside the building is beautifull and it is worth a visit!

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  • 10

    Plaza de La Constitución

    4.5
    9 reviews

    Very impressive plaza where you can the Municipality of Santiago/Chile. Walk around the building, has two beautiful sides. I think that you can enter to the building on some specific days.

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  • 11

    La Chascona

    4.5
    7 reviews

    it's a beautiful house, although we preferred his house in Valparaiso. Pablo Neruda is one of the most interesting persons i have ever known of

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  • 12

    Precolombian Art Museum of Chile

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Awesome collection of Pre Colombian art! Must see the mummies and textiles!!

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  • 13

    Barrio Paris-Londres

    4.5
    6 reviews

    No visit to Santiago, Chile is complete without a stroll through one of Santiagos more historic, interesting, and quaint, neighborhoods, Barrio Paris-Londres. Founded at the turn of the 19th century, these mansions were constructed around the gardens of the Convento de San Francisco. The old mansions along with the cobble-stoned streets makes you feel that you're stepping back to the ...

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 14

    Parque O'Higgins

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Cool spot to explore and walk around. I enjoyed a nice seafood sandwich here too while looking at street vendors. I heard this is the new spot for Lollapalooza Chile as well,

  • 15

    Pablo Neruda Houses

    4
    6 reviews

    Casa de Isla Negra was one of Pablo Neruda's three houses in Chile. It is located at Isla Negra, a coastal area of El Quisco commune, located about 45 km south of Valparaíso and 96 km west of Santiago. It was his favorite house and where he and his third wife, Matilde Urrutia, spent the majority of their time in ...

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  • 16

    Municipalidad de Santiago

    4
    6 reviews

    The Municipalidad de Santiago was the original "Cabildo" or colonial town hall. This town hall was constructed in the mid 16th century. Today, this building serves as the Santiago Municipal Building and is closed to the public.

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  • 17

    Casa Colorada and the Museum of Santiago

    4
    5 reviews

    Casa Colorada (the Red House) was constructed in 1770, and is one of the few remaining colonial buildings in Santiago. It's famous for being the home of the first elected President of Chile, Don Mateo Zambrono. Also many of the superstars of the Chilean Independence movement, including Jose San Martin and the father of Chilean Independence, Bernardo O'Higgins, stayed at ...

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  • 18

    Cementerio General

    5
    4 reviews

    This cemetery is both historic and beautiful. I had a day to kill and made a long walk across town to the Cemeterio General. I wasn't sure what to expect but certainly didn't expect to find something that rivals even the Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires. The monuments are spectacular and include some very impressive architecture. I spent an entire ...

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  • 19

    San Francisco Church

    5
    4 reviews

    The Iglesia de San Francisco is the oldest building in Santiago, having survived numerous earthquakes and other natural disasters. The Church was constructed in 1618, and replaced the original Chapel built by Santiago's founder, Pedro de Valdivia. Inside the Iglesia you'll find the 4 foot statue of the Virgin Mary (thought to have miraculous powers) brought to Santiago by Valdivia.

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  • 20

    Paseo Ahumada and Paseo Huerfanos

    4
    5 reviews

    I first stumbled on Paseo Ahumada before I realized it was a local landmark, because someone said that's where I could get film developed. I now love coming here to grab a frozen yogurt or a coffee, or to sit down for a completo (hotdog), and watch the people bustling by. To me, this is the heart of Santiago.

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