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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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Mountain Bike Adventure in Punta Arenas

Mountain Bike Adventure in Punta Arenas - Punta Arenas, Chile
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Punta Arenas, Chile

From USD
$187.99

Enjoy a full-day mountain bike adventure in Punta Arenas and have a true Patagonian experience. As you bike, you will be able to see the beautiful Patagonian outdoors and landscapes including protected forests, unique trails, outstanding views and a very special climate ... More info ›

Enjoy a full-day mountain bike adventure in Punta Arenas and have a true Patagonian experience. As you bike, you will be able to see the beautiful Patagonian outdoors and landscapes including protected forests, unique trails, outstanding views and a very special climate. Your tour includes a professional guide, equipment and transportation.

Your tour starts with hotel pickup in Punta Arenas. Meet your guide and drive to the trail where your ride begins which is about 20 minutes away from hotels in Punta Arenas. Once there, you will receive a safety briefing, set your bike and equipment up for maximum comfort and start your adventure.

The trails where the tour takes place are located next to the city. The tour is divided into 3 areas which are: La Araña trail, Reserva Forestal Magallanes and the Ski Center. Each of these will offer different soils, views and abilities. You will start in La Araña trail, an old logging road, crossing through lenga and coigue forests. You and your group will ride up to the highest point where you'll get a spectacular view of the Strait of Magellan, Tierra del Fuego Island and the Otway sound. Then, you'll begin the first 12-minute decent filled with action and adrenaline as you ride between forests, tobogans and magical Patagonian colors.

After crossing a small stream, you will continue towards Reserva Fprestal Magallanes where you can enjoy a full energy snack in a protected native forest. From there, you will start riding towards the ski center, along the north side of Rio de las Minas, the most important river in Punta Arenas. This decent will take approximately 20 minutes and you will make some stops to appreciate the spectacular views of the Magellanic landscape.

The Punta Arenas ski center (Club Andino de Punta Arenas) is one of the first ski centers in Chile. Today, it is giving way to the development of mountain biking. It has several tracks designed to enjoy this adventure. After a short break, you will enjoy riding through the last portion of the tour, using these southern mountain bike trails in the ski center.

After a fun-filled time, you will be taken back to your hotel in Punta Arenas.

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Santiago Local Life and Markets Small-Group Bike Tour

Santiago Local Life and Markets Small-Group Bike Tour - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

From USD
$41.00

This bike tour will show you the best of the markets in Santiago. It is the perfect tour to see where idiosyncrasy meets the hustle and bustle of local daily life ... More info ›

This bike tour will show you the best of the markets in Santiago. It is the perfect tour to see where idiosyncrasy meets the hustle and bustle of local daily life. You will pass by vegetable, fruit and seafood markets and also see graffiti murals. Moreover, Chile’s rich cultural and religious history are the focus of this energizing tour as you will learn about Chile through the eyes and ears of a local.

Enjoy a tour full of culture and make sure to bring your camera to capture the most photogenic side of Santiago. Your tour begins as you meet your guide and group at the bike office in Santiago. You will get your bike and helmet and head on a wonderful cultural, bike tour.

Biking through the market route a great way to see why Santiago was named Best Travel Destination by New York Times in 2011. You will bike for 4 miles and visit food, vegetable and seafood markets in Santiago to learn all about them. You will see the stands and feel the energy of the markets as you go. Your guide will also give you important insight into Chile's rich cultural and religious history.

Once you are done with the tour, you can ask your guide for their favorite lunch special in the area, their favorite street art or to make you a reservation for a tour at the Pablo Neruda Museum, La Chascona in the afternoon.

If you are not 100% satisfied with your tour, you will not be expected to pay one peso for the tour. We believe what we do to be highly professional and of great quality, so it is not hard for us to stand behind our product.

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Santiago Bicycle Tour via Small Group: Parks, Markets and More

Santiago Bicycle Tour via Small Group: Parks, Markets and More - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

From USD
$74.00

See the best parts of Santiago by bike on this tour. Visit the highlights of the city and see local life ... More info ›

See the best parts of Santiago by bike on this tour. Visit the highlights of the city and see local life. You will pass vegetable, fruit, and seafood markets and explore the parks of the capital and its cultural hubs. Chile's local life and political history are the focus of this tour as you spend a day learning all you can about this buzzing country in a group of no more than 7.

Begin your bike tour by meeting your guide and getting your bike and helmet at about 9:15am. All guides can speak English and Spanish. Depart to the Bellavista neighborhood, a center for street art and nightlife with many restaurants, discotheques, and bars. You will be introduced to the work of controversial poet Pablo Neruda, and then learn about the world's fourth largest metropolitan park. Continue through the bustling commercial neighborhood of Patronato and enter the noisy, colorful markets.

Take a 1.5-hour break from your tour to enjoy lunch (own expense). Next, ride through three of the dozens of Satiago parks. You will see the way Santiaguinos relate with parks and to how young people make use of them. After this green ride, visit a magnificent Cultural Centre, that once was the symbol of socialism in Chile and later turned into symbol of the Pinochet dictatorship.

After learning about the facts and events that led to the military coup, you'll ride downtown to the Government Palace for  all the details on how the military took over the government, what happened during the dictatorship, and the repercussions for contemporary Chilean society. Afterwards, you'll return to the departure point using one of the numerous bike trails in the city. Your tour will end at about 5:30pm.

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Santiago Parks Bike Tour

Santiago Parks Bike Tour - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

From USD
$41.00

Using Santiago’s beautiful green spaces and lively city center, this guided bike tour will show you how Chile is becoming an important regional and international political player due to its vast copper reserves and financially conservative government.

Be sure to ask your guide about their favorite museum, where to try the local pisco sour aperitif, the best ice cream in town or simply the best park to relax in after the tour.

This 3-hour bike tour will take you through the Bellas Artes and Providencia neighborhoods with a stops at Forestal and Balmaceda Parks characteristic for its early 20th century aristocratic neighborhoods, like Condell and Bustamante Park ... More info ›

Using Santiago’s beautiful green spaces and lively city center, this guided bike tour will show you how Chile is becoming an important regional and international political player due to its vast copper reserves and financially conservative government.

Be sure to ask your guide about their favorite museum, where to try the local pisco sour aperitif, the best ice cream in town or simply the best park to relax in after the tour.

This 3-hour bike tour will take you through the Bellas Artes and Providencia neighborhoods with a stops at Forestal and Balmaceda Parks characteristic for its early 20th century aristocratic neighborhoods, like Condell and Bustamante Park.

Pedal through the parks and beautiful streets with stops at Plaza Italia and the newly built Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center, which sits in the Lastarria-Santa Lucia Neighborhoods. Try a local snack to taste Santiago's flavors.

Head to the Presidential Palace, and review the Government of Salvador Allende (1970-1973) the reasons that lead to the Military Dictatorship (1973-1989) and its the lasting effects in today’s democracy.

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Bike and Wine Cousiño Macul Tour

Bike and Wine Cousiño Macul Tour - Santiago, Chile

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

From USD
$60.00

Pedal through Chile's oldest family owned vineyard: Cousiño Macul. Hidden between the majestic Andes, the subway railway and residential neighborhoods, this vineyard invites us to not only try its famous wines, but ride through the middle of its vines on a bicycle.

Meet us at one of Chile’s most famous vineyards, Cousiño Macul, so old that the city has grown out past what wine lovers consider a relic inside our nation’s capital.

We have designed an easy bicycle tour of a century-old vineyard that was planted well before Santiago built a metro line that runs about 2 kilometers from the French-built wine cellar ... More info ›

Pedal through Chile's oldest family owned vineyard: Cousiño Macul. Hidden between the majestic Andes, the subway railway and residential neighborhoods, this vineyard invites us to not only try its famous wines, but ride through the middle of its vines on a bicycle.

Meet us at one of Chile’s most famous vineyards, Cousiño Macul, so old that the city has grown out past what wine lovers consider a relic inside our nation’s capital.

We have designed an easy bicycle tour of a century-old vineyard that was planted well before Santiago built a metro line that runs about 2 kilometers from the French-built wine cellar. Hidden between the majestic Andes, the subway railway and residential neighborhoods, this vineyard invites us to not only try its famous wines, but ride through the middle of its vines on a bicycle. Jump on the subway or grab a taxi and join us on a leisurely 1 hour bike tour through Chile’s oldest family owned vineyard before we walk through the cellar on a 45 minute walking wine tour.

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