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Cousino Macul and Concha y Toro Wineries Day Trip from Santiago

Cousino Macul and Concha y Toro Wineries Day Trip from Santiago - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$129.33

Discover the 'New World of Wine' in Chile and visit two of the oldest and most historic wineries in the country on a full day guided tour from Santiago. Chile has established itself as an emerging producer of great wines and today is your chance to visit some of the most popular wineries leading the way.

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Stop At: Cousino Macul, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Cousino Macul was founded in 1856 and is still owned and run by the direct descendant's of Matias Cousino, the original founder ... More info ›

Discover the 'New World of Wine' in Chile and visit two of the oldest and most historic wineries in the country on a full day guided tour from Santiago. Chile has established itself as an emerging producer of great wines and today is your chance to visit some of the most popular wineries leading the way.

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Stop At: Cousino Macul, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Cousino Macul was founded in 1856 and is still owned and run by the direct descendant's of Matias Cousino, the original founder. The cellars were built in the French style using 'cal y canto' - a mixture of egg white and lime as 'cement'. You will take a tour of the winery before sampling its produce. The winery is known for its red, particularly merlot.
After a stop for lunch (additional cost) you'll continue your Chilean wine experience at Concha y Toro. Founded in 1883 by Don Melchor Concha y Toro, the winery is today the largest producer of export wines in Chile. Your tour takes in the landscaped gardens of the colonial house, the vineyards themselves as well as a full explanation of the wine making process, including the modern processing plant and the old cellars.

Duration: 7 hours

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Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 8 hours 30 minutes
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$38.00

Marvel at the best of Santiago from an open-top double-decker bus, complete with informative commentary. You'll have the option to hop on or off as many times as you like or continue on the bus doing the entire route! The Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour allows you to discover the capital of Chile in depth and with greater flexibility than ever before!

There are 13 stops along the city route, each one with a different point of interest and in close range of a renowned Santiago attraction ... More info ›

Marvel at the best of Santiago from an open-top double-decker bus, complete with informative commentary. You'll have the option to hop on or off as many times as you like or continue on the bus doing the entire route! The Santiago Hop-On Hop-Off Tour allows you to discover the capital of Chile in depth and with greater flexibility than ever before!

There are 13 stops along the city route, each one with a different point of interest and in close range of a renowned Santiago attraction. You can hop on and off as many times as you like along the circuit between the hours of 9:30am and 6pm. The loop lasts about 2 hours and buses pass by each stop approximately every 30 minutes.
Whether you're a first time or repeat visitor, the Santiago Hop-on Hop-off bus tour offers unlimited value over one day. Air-conditioned and equipped with audio commentary, customize your travel with the flexibility to jump on and off at various locations throughout the city at your leisure.
List of stops include:
1. Parque Arauco
2. Hotel Sheraton
3. Patio Bellavista
4. Funicular Parque Metropolitano
5. Plaza de Armas
6. Plaza de la Constitución
7. Paseo Bulnes
8. Santa Lucía
9. Providencia
10. Costanera Center & Sky Costanera
11. Isidora Goyenechea
12. Escuela Militar
13. Nueva Las Condes
Please see the itinerary field below for a detailed list of stops.

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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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$128.00

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 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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$206.25

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 riverbeds, native forests 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 riverbeds, native forests and along scenic terrain. Beginners rest assured: these small but sturdy Criollo horses -- known for their stamina -- will put anyone at ease. We lend you some chaps & a helmet for a safe ride!

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Pick up from Hotel or meeting point

Pass By: Chile Off Track, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Riverbeds, native forests, breathtaking vistas of Santiago city from above!
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 breath-taking 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 gourmet picnic lunch including wine, cheese, ham, locally baked bread, seasonal fruits and more!
Your horseback-riding tour ends with return transport to your hotel.
Tour Options:
In the summer months, evening and night rides are also available. Admire the views of Santiago during the sunset tour.


Duration: 4 hours

Location: Andes Mountains, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Return to Hotel or meeting point

Pass By: Chile Off Track, Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

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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

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$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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3-Day Santiago Tour Including Private City Sightseeing and Optional Day Trips to Wine Country or Valparaiso

3-Day Santiago Tour Including Private City Sightseeing and Optional Day Trips to Wine Country or Valparaiso - Santiago, Chile
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Santiago, Chile

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$295.00

Spend three days in and around Santiago to get better acquainted with Chile’s vibrant capital city. See the sights on a private tour and enjoy a scenic drive through Santiago’s historic neighborhoods ... More info ›

Spend three days in and around Santiago to get better acquainted with Chile’s vibrant capital city. See the sights on a private tour and enjoy a scenic drive through Santiago’s historic neighborhoods. Have a day free to explore Santiago on your own, or select from four optional tours that take you to coastal towns like Valparaiso or wine tasting at Chile’s famous vineyards. Choose from three-star or four-star hotels for both nights’ accommodation.

See the best of Santiago on a private guided tour, then explore the capital on your own or choose from a range of optional tours. Private airport transfers are included, and you have a choice of three-star or four-star accommodation; breakfast is included.
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Day 1: Santiago
After arriving at Santiago airport, you’ll be transferred to your selected hotel by private car. In the afternoon, take in the sights of Santiago on a guided tour of the city’s highlights. Stretch your legs on a walking tour of downtown Santiago’s main square, Plaza de Armas, and the nearby cathedral, Government Palace, known as La Moneda, and Ahumada Boulevard. Then continue by coach along the old town’s historic grand avenues, passing through the bohemian quarter of Bellavista and up onto San Cristobal Hill for panoramic views of Santiago and the surrounding Andes mountains. Conclude the tour with a drive through Santiago’s modern quarter, with its shops and businesses, before being dropped at your hotel, where the rest of the day and night are yours to explore on your own.
Accommodation: Eurotel Hotel (three-star, choice of single or double room) or Galerias Hotel (four-star, choice of single or double room) in Santiago
Day 2: Santiago (B)
After breakfast, Santiago is yours to explore for the day on your own, or you can choose from four optional tours.
Optional tours:
• Visit the town of Pirque in the Maipo Valley to sample the Concha y Toro winery’s famous wines and spend time in the vineyard’s landscaped gardens. (Duration: approx. 4 hours)
• Or head to the coast to visit the pretty town of Viña del Mar and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed port of Valparaiso, celebrated for its many hills and winding narrow streets. While in Valparaiso, you also have the option of visiting La Sebastiana, the Museum House of national poet Pablo Neruda. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)
• Another coastal day trip could take you to the village of Pomaire, to browse traditional pottery, before continuing to Isla Negra to visit another of Neruda’s homes, known for its architecture and quirky private collection of bottles, masks and nautical artifacts. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)
• The fourth option takes you wine tasting at a number of wineries in the Colchagua Valley, with lunch at a traditional restaurant. (Duration: approx. 8 hours)
• You can also visit the Maipo Valley and the town of Pirque, where the Concha y Toro Winery is located. Here you will have a wine tasting session and a tour of the winery. (Duration: approx. 4 hours)
Accommodation: your selected hotel
Day 3: Santiago (B)
After breakfast, you’ll be driven to the airport by private car to catch your onward flight.

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