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Isla Negra and Pablo Neruda Museum Day Trip from Santiago

Isla Negra and Pablo Neruda Museum Day Trip from Santiago - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$145.00

On this day trip from Santiago to the coastal town of Isla Negra you'll learn all about Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Visit his former home which now houses a collection of his works and artifacts from his life ... More info ›

On this day trip from Santiago to the coastal town of Isla Negra you'll learn all about Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Visit his former home which now houses a collection of his works and artifacts from his life. You will also visit the small village of Pomaire, renowned for clay pottery.

Depart your Santiago hotel in the morning and head towards the coast. Your first stop is in Pomaire, a small village where the locals use local clay to make a variety of dishes, pots and interesting sculptures amongst other handicrafts.

Continue to Isla Negra, a small beachside community with a pretty beach backed by fragrant pine trees. Home to Chilean Nobel Prize for Literature winner Pablo Neruda, you'll visit the museum in his former home dedicated to his life. The architecturally eccentric building houses some of his collections, including bottles, figureheads from ships, shells and various other eclectic articles.

After your visit of Pablo Neruda Museum, there will be time for lunch (additional cost) before returning to Santiago.

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Santiago Airport Private Departure Transfer

Santiago Airport Private Departure Transfer - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: Varies
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$28.00

Finish your Chilean adventure in style with a private transfer from your hotel straight to Santiago Airport. End your vacation with a pre-booked departure transfer to get you and your luggage to Santiago airport on time.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel ... More info ›

Finish your Chilean adventure in style with a private transfer from your hotel straight to Santiago Airport. End your vacation with a pre-booked departure transfer to get you and your luggage to Santiago airport on time.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from your Santiago hotel and taken directly in an air-conditioned vehicle to the airport.

Take the easy way out and book your departure transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your arrival transfer!

Price is per person, based on 6 adults per car/vehicle.

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Santiago Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Coffee, Markets, Street Food and San Cristobal Hill

Santiago Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Coffee, Markets, Street Food and San Cristobal Hill - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$86.00

On this private walking tour, experience Santiago like a true local -- a Santiaguiño -- as you explore boutique shops, food markets and diverse neighborhoods with your knowledgeable guide. You’ll sip coffee, sample street food, stop for lunch and have a drink at a local bar, immersing yourself in Chilean culture as you go.

After pickup from your hotel in Santiago, your private guide will accompany you on the metro -- just like a local -- to Universidad de Chile station, where you’ll stop to admire Mario Toral’s murals, called ‘Visual Memory of a Nation,’ which record Chilean history ... More info ›

On this private walking tour, experience Santiago like a true local -- a Santiaguiño -- as you explore boutique shops, food markets and diverse neighborhoods with your knowledgeable guide. You’ll sip coffee, sample street food, stop for lunch and have a drink at a local bar, immersing yourself in Chilean culture as you go.

After pickup from your hotel in Santiago, your private guide will accompany you on the metro -- just like a local -- to Universidad de Chile station, where you’ll stop to admire Mario Toral’s murals, called ‘Visual Memory of a Nation,’ which record Chilean history.

Then, join Santiago’s bustling downtown and see its vibrant urban culture firsthand. You’ll walk with your guide through a classic, colonial-style building that houses the stock exchange. Afterward, experience a cheeky piece of Santiago culture as you sip a cup of coffee at a café con piernas (coffee with legs), where female servers show off their limbs in high heels and miniskirts, bikinis or lingerie.

Next, meander through the Paseo Ahumada, a 4-block-long pedestrian mall filled with retail shops and shoeshine stands. Follow the promenade to Plaza de Armas, a gathering spot for Chilean immigrants. You’ll visit Chile’s largest cathedral and snack on some classic street food such as sopaipilla (or sopapilla), a pastry made of deep-fried pumpkin dough.

Continue along Puente Street, lined with shoe stores, until you reach the Mercado Central (Central Market), a national monument built in 1872. Watch the fishmongers cut fillets before stopping for lunch at one of the many seafood restaurants frequented by the locals. Here, try tangy ceviche, fish marinade or razor clams!

After a satisfying meal, walk across the Mapocho River to La Vega Central, a market brimming with seasonal produce like figs, quince, persimmons and chirimoyas (custard apples).

Then, walk through Barrio Bellavista, Santiago’s Bohemian district, where famous poet Pablo Neruda lived. Artists and intellectuals still reside here, along with boutiques and galleries housed in old mansions. Your guide will take you to a local bar to try a Terremoto (Earthquake), a typical Chilean drink made of pipeño (sweet fermented wine) paired with pineapple ice cream.

Afterward, you’ll be taken back to your hotel by a comfortable van.

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Santiago Airport Shared Arrival Transfer

Santiago Airport Shared Arrival Transfer - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: Varies
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$46.00

Start your holiday now by pre-booking an arrival transfer to get you and your luggage from the airport to your Santiago hotel! Enjoy the convenience of a shared airport to hotel transfer with your English speaking driver and guide who will help you get orientated upon arrival as you are delivered in safety to your Santiago hotel.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel ... More info ›

Start your holiday now by pre-booking an arrival transfer to get you and your luggage from the airport to your Santiago hotel! Enjoy the convenience of a shared airport to hotel transfer with your English speaking driver and guide who will help you get orientated upon arrival as you are delivered in safety to your Santiago hotel.

Avoid the hassles of public transport and risking being ripped off with taxi fees, book your transfer from the airport to your Santiago hotel. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken in an air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel.

Take the easy way out and book your arrival transfer in Santiago now. Don't forget to also book your departure transfer!

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Mountain Horseback Riding Tour from Santiago

Mountain Horseback Riding Tour from Santiago - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$195.00

Go off the beaten track on a horseback-riding tour through the mountains of the Santiago area. With an expert guide, you’ll follow local ‘arrieros’ (cowboys) across streams and along scenic terrain ... More info ›

Go off the beaten track on a horseback-riding tour through the mountains of the Santiago area. With an expert guide, you’ll follow local ‘arrieros’ (cowboys) across streams and along scenic terrain. Beginners rest assured: these small but sturdy Criollo horses -- known for their stamina -- will put anyone at ease. Don your chaps and cap for a rugged ride!

After your guide picks you up from your Santiago hotel, relax on the 30-minute drive into the rugged mountain range (known locally as the ‘cordillera’). When you arrive, put on your chaps and mount your Criollo – a stout and hardy, long-distance horse breed known for its stamina in mountainous terrain. You’ll get a brief safety training and some riding instruction, but no prior experience is required to ride one!

When you’re ready, follow a local cowboy who guides you onto the trail for a 3-hour ride on horseback. Take in the magnificent scenery as you scale the mountain paths, and cross some streams along the way.

Admire the breathtaking panoramas of Chile’s gorgeous natural surroundings as you learn about the horses, abundant bird life, and native flora and fauna from your arriero guide. There’s plenty of time to stop for great photo opportunities during your ride.

Afterward, stop to visit an authentic arriero ranch. You’ll be welcomed by his family to enjoy a cup of coffee or try mate – a traditional South American drink typically sipped from a gourd through a metal straw. While you’re there, enjoy a picnic lunch including locally baked bread, seasonal fruits, cheeses, cookies and more!

Your horseback-riding tour ends with return transport to your hotel.

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In the summer months, evening and night rides are also available. Admire the views of Santiago during the sunset tour.

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Private Tour: Santiago City Sightseeing

Private Tour: Santiago City Sightseeing - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Santiago, Chile

From USD
$33.00

Ideal for first-time visitors to Santiago, this private guided tour is a well-rounded introduction to Santiago's famous sights. With a choice of a morning or afternoon tour, you'll have the rest of the day to explore Chile's capital city further on your own.

Your tour takes you through the main streets of Santiago's civic center with its many different architectural styles ... More info ›

Ideal for first-time visitors to Santiago, this private guided tour is a well-rounded introduction to Santiago's famous sights. With a choice of a morning or afternoon tour, you'll have the rest of the day to explore Chile's capital city further on your own.

Your tour takes you through the main streets of Santiago's civic center with its many different architectural styles. You'll pass the neoclassical Moneda Palace, built in the 18th century and current seat of Government; the Plaza de Armas, or main square, with its cathedral and the Central Post Office.

Your tour continues to the Parque Forestal, based on Paris' Champs-Elysees and Santa Lucia Hill, where the city of Santiago was founded in 1541. You'll continue to the bohemian area of Bellavista and climb the San Cristobal hill for a panoramic view of Santiago with the Andes mountains in the background.

Your tour concludes with a visit to the handicraft village of Los Graneros del Alba. This attraction is closed on Mondays, when an alternative attraction is substituted.

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