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    Mercado Central

    4
    23 reviews

    This is not a traditional market anymore. The middle section is nothing but a few fancy (and expensive) restaurants for tourists with promoters that won't stop bothering you. I was really disappointed.

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    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 ...

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    Cerro San Cristóbal

    4.5
    27 reviews

    you can see contaminated Santiago, it's supposed to be a really intense problem; there are times when it's clear and you can see nicely the whole Santiago. We had a pic-nick there, it was a great idea to take food with us.

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    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.

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    Plaza de Armas

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    23 reviews

    It is essential to visit La Moneda and Plaza de Armas. There you will see a statue of Salvador Allende Gossens (a true hero.) This tells the true story of Chile - you will not see any statue of Pinochet (the dictator who overthrew the Allende elected government in 1973.)

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    Palacio de La Moneda

    4.5
    15 reviews

    I think this was the most interesting place of Santiago.

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    Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago

    4.5
    15 reviews

    Imposing and beautiful cathedral located right on the Plaza de Armas, the Catedral de Santiago is as stately and ornate both inside and outside.

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    Parque Forestal

    4.5
    11 reviews

    This is a great place to people watch. It's also a great place to fountain watch, bird watch, dancing-youth watch, jogger-watch, and ice-cream-seller watch. Though it's narrow, and you never really evade the sound of the costanera highway on one side of you and the Alameda on the other, it's still a marvelous oasis.

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    Barrio Bellavista

    4.5
    10 reviews

    This is one of the nicest areas of Santiago to just walk around in. The houses are colorful, the restaurants are top notch, the street art is fascinating, and the fact that it is home to a Pablo Neruda house (there are a number around Chile; see also Casa de Isla Negra and La Sebastiana) is, for me at least, ...

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    The National Museum of Fine Arts

    4.5
    11 reviews

    The Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes is one of the oldest museums in all of Latin America. It has been at this location since this building was constructed in 1910. You'll see a lot of colonial era art up to the contemporary times, including paintings of important, historical figures in Chilean history.

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    Plaza de La Constitución

    4.5
    9 reviews

    The Plaza de la Constitution is right next to the historical Palacio de la Moneda (Presidential Palace). It is an expansive area of walkways surrounded by grass.

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    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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    Parque O'Higgins

    4.5
    7 reviews

    Parque O’Higgins is the site for the annual “Fiestas de la Patria” (Liberation Celebrations) in September in Santiago. The number of people who visit this park during the celebrations reaches dangerous numbers every year — the quantity of visitors always outweighing the amount of space available and the litres of alcohol consumed reaching astonishing levels. Throughout the rest of the ...

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  • 14

    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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    Pablo Neruda Houses

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    6 reviews

    Nobel prize winning author Pablo Neruda had 3 houses in Chile, one of which is in Santiago. I visited all 3 while I was there and enjoyed them. They are unique homes with some insight into his outlook on life.

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    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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    Casa Colorada and the Museum of Santiago

    4
    5 reviews

    In the "Casa Colorada" the Declaration of Independence was signed in September 18th, 1810. It's show's the city's history. It's next to the Plaza de Armas

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    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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    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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    Paseo Ahumada and Paseo Huerfanos

    4
    5 reviews

    Paseo Ahumada is the main thoroughfare in downtown Santiago. Walking through I saw restaurants, drugstores, shopping galleries, and other stores caterring to the people of Santiago.

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