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Transit City Tour

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  • Duration 5 Hours
Transit City Tour

If you are passing through the city, if you have a stopover on your flight and you have at least 5 hours available, you can not miss the opportunity to visit some of the most important and picturesque places in the capital of Chile.



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What to expect

We will leave from the airport to take a panoramic view of Santiago, and see the Highlights of the city and experience a bit of the Santiago vibe returning just in time for your next flight.

  • Mercado Central (Central Market)
  • Parque Forestal (Forest Park)
  • Cerro Santa Lucía (Santa Lucia Hill)
  • Plaza de Armas (Armas Square)
  • Barrio cívico (Civic District)
  • Palacio de la Moneda (La Moneda Palace)
  • Barrio Bellavista (Bellavista neighborhood)


Mercado Central (Central Market)

From the airport we will begin our tour of the city, starting with the Central Market, a place that stands out for its intense commercial activity of fish and seafood that makes this market a characteristic point of the local culture.

Parque Forestal (Forest Park)

It is located on the south bank of the Mapocho River, it constitutes an axis from which many of the tourist, gastronomic and cultural areas of the city are articulated, here you can enjoy the architectural richness of the buildings that surround this lovely park.

Cerro Santa Lucía (Santa Lucia Hill)

Here you can learn a little about the history of the city as well as the people who inhabited the area before the arrival of the Spanish, prepare your camera because here we will have excellent views of the city from a privileged perspective.

Plaza de Armas (Armas Square)

We will find essential heritage buildings, you will probably be curious by the number of people that circulate this place, which will allow us to talk about the recent waves of immigration that undoubtedly have helped to transform Santiago into a very diverse city, visitors who have come to settle from different parts of South America, from here we will go to the civic neighborhood, which is the area where most of the government buildings are located.

Palacio de La Moneda (La Moneda Palace)

Probably one of the most iconic buildings in the city we will tell you a little about the history of this place and its most crucial chapter on September 11, 1973, an event that literally has brand whit fire this country and still is a reason of discrepancies.

Barrio Bellavista (Bellavista Neighborhood)

It is the most tourist area of the city here are the most popular bars and restaurants in the city, a sector that every day experiences intense activity either by the universities museums, theaters, and concerts that are here.

Parque Bicentenario (Bicentennial Park)

Located in the financial district, this park stands out as a large green area surrounded by modern steel and glass buildings, without a doubt, it depicts the face of the most prosperous Chile.