Santiago
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Our most recommended Santiago Walking Tours

  • Santiago: Private Premium Gastronomic Experience

    1. Santiago: Private Premium Gastronomic Experience

    With our gastronomic experience, we invite you to discover Santiago’s culinary highlights and learn more about the soul behind the food. We will take you to three locations where you can try different types of food and drinks and learn more about Chilean culture. At your first stop, we will talk about the different aromas of Chilean food while you enjoy a glass of wine with some local snacks and salsa. Then, at the next place, you can try a Chilean pie made by local chefs while we give you a crash course in our cooking traditions. Then, we will finish the tour at a beautiful local restaurant where you can learn about indigenous Chilean food, and enjoy a delicious meal to accompany your newfound knowledge. You can also try some more local wine to match with your food. After a couple of hours enjoying new company and your meal, we will take you back to your hotel.

  • Welcome to Santiago: Private Tour with a Local

    2. Welcome to Santiago: Private Tour with a Local

    Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Santiago from a local host eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. You can meet at your hotel or Airbnb accommodation and get familiar with the neighborhood. Learn all the insider tips, such as the best places to eat and buy groceries, and the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your walking tour. Benefit from the option of taking public transportation or a taxi to get around, or arrange a private car with advanced notice. Hear about the top things to see and do in the city, customized to your interests. By the end of your tour, you will feel more comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need.

    He came on time.nexplained a lot,,about the history, Chili’s unique place in S.,America. We enjoyed his guidance. It was an excellent introduction to the city.

  • San Antonio Port Cruise: Tour to Valparaiso and Casablanca

    3. San Antonio Port Cruise: Tour to Valparaiso and Casablanca

    Your tour will begin as you head to Valparaiso, the main port of Chile and one of the most important since the conquest of America. Its incomparable patrimonial wealth is why UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 2003. Throughout this tour, you will walk down the streets and hills of Valparaiso, which are sure to surprise you with history hiding behind every corner. You will discover old elevators, colorful stairways, and viewpoints of the endless sea. You will also explore the colorful hills with their unique architecture, many of which are decorated with well-adorned graffiti made by famous local and international artists. The next visit will be to one of the most beautiful vineyards in Casablanca Valley, where you will taste their delicious wines also have access to sale prices at the store. This 9-hour, small-group tour will eventually end with drop off back at the cruise shi...

  • From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

    4. From Santiago: Private Isla Negra & Pomaire Day Trip

    Begin your journey of Chile by being picked up at your hotel, where you will be greeted by your guide who will take care of you throughout the day. Head straight to the colorful seaside town of Isla Negra, one of Chile’s and South America’s most famous poets, Pablo Neruda’s home, now a museum, whereupon arrival your guide will take you on a walking tour. Explore the Nobel Prize winner’s eccentric home, including his collection of bottles, masks, antique shoes, and smoking pipes. Originally called Las Gaviotas, the town was renamed Isla Negra by Neruda. Next, head to the traditional town of Pomaire, famous for its clay pottery and Chilean handicrafts. The town is also known as the home of the largest “empanadas” in Chile – which you have the chance to taste. Along your private tour, your local guide with share insightful historical and cultural stories.

  • Santiago: City Landmarks with Winery Private Full-Day Tour

    5. Santiago: City Landmarks with Winery Private Full-Day Tour

    Meet your local guide and start the tour in a comfortable private vehicle. The first stop will be at San Cristobal Hill. Take a cable car to the summit and enjoy the most amazing panoramic views of the entire city and Andes Mountains. Afterward, drive through the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista before arriving in the historic city center. Visit the landmarks of downtown such as the Florestal Park, the Museum of Fine Arts, Plaza de Armas (Santiago’s main square), the Cathedral, City Hall, Historic Post Office, Old Congress Building, Palacio La Moneda (The Government House), National Theater, and Santa Lucía Hill. Then, pass by Costanera Center, South America’s tallest building. Also, visit the upscale neighborhood of Las Condes and stop at El Pueblito de Los Dominicos, a beautiful handicraft market with local artisans. After sightseeing, relax at Cousiño Macul Vineyard. Enjoy a tour...

  • Maipo Valley: Private Full-Day Wine Tour

    6. Maipo Valley: Private Full-Day Wine Tour

    Get picked up early from your hotel and head off toward the Maipo Valley, one of the most important grape-producing areas near Santiago. Head directly to the vineyard where you will be met by your local guide.  Explore the winery, which boasts a lovely landscape and farm. Learn about the history of the grounds, the wine-making process, and enjoy a wine tasting. Chilean wines are of supreme quality and you will likely want to take home a bottle from the wine shop.  Afterwards, make a stop for lunch at your own expense before heading to the second winery, one that is rich with history. Learn more about the wines produced here, sample some, and snap some photos of the vineyard. As with the previous vineyard, you'll probably want to pick up a bottle or two to bring home from the winery's store. At the conclusion of the tour, return to Santiago for hotel drop-off.

  • Santiago: Guided Family Walking Tour

    7. Santiago: Guided Family Walking Tour

    Take a walking tour around Santiago, Chile, with a family-friendly guide that will make sure kids have as much fun sightseeing as adults. Stroll around the city center, see the most famous cultural and architectural sites, and learn their history at a pace suitable for your whole family. Go downtown and see the city’s 19th-century Neoclassical architecture and winding side streets, dotted by Art Deco, neo-Gothic, and other styles. As you explore, hear insider stories and other tidbits about the city directly from a local. Discover what’s special about sites such as the Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral and more.

  • Santiago: Private Sunset Hike with Snacks and Wine

    8. Santiago: Private Sunset Hike with Snacks and Wine

    Explore the native forests of Santiago on a short, exciting evening hike. Follow the trail within the sclerophyll forest until you reach the summit. Make use of headlamps and hiking poles to power your way through the adventure. Experience unobstructed views over Santiago and exchange glances with the Andes mountain range. Witness a beautiful sunset during the spring and the summer, or see the moon over the mountains along with the sparkling city lights in the fall and the winter. Enjoy a cheese and wine table once you reach the summit to accompany the view. Keep warm around a small campfire while you reflect on your experience and your surroundings.

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What people are saying about Santiago

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 101 reviews

We had booked a 6 hour walking tour. Our guide Camilo Pereda came to our Hotel Loreto in Recoleta on time, where we calmly discussed our wishes and suggestions. He is Chilean and speaks very well-kept German without an accent. Although 6 hours appeared long in our planning, they passed very entertaining. We were never in a hurry, but always had enough time to look at everything interesting for us, to get explained and to ask. Whether it was the various market halls nearby, government business districts, Ground Zero, where the protests began with the appropriate symbols on the walls, artists' quarters, a trip to Terraza Bellavista, ... For us, an all-round successful day. Also great were the tips for our next day in Valparaiso and how to get there inexpensively, by metro to Pajarito and from there by bus in 90 minutes. Highly recommended and a real contrast to Santiago.

Barbara was very kind. She asked about our wishes and expectations in advance. The tour itself was very relaxed and informative. Our wishes were also perfectly implemented during the tour. We would book them again at any time.

A WARM WELCOME TO CHILE

My Guide Leonardo was amazing, he brought me around the city centre streets telling about history and latest news on Chile I'm enjoyed a lot, He was flexible about the scheduled time and very well prepared on everything

He came on time.nexplained a lot,,about the history, Chili’s unique place in S.,America. We enjoyed his guidance. It was an excellent introduction to the city.

We did the tour on foot. It was tiring, but I think the better alternative instead of driving.