Where Tradition and Modernity Converge

Set amidst the stunning Chilean scenery, Santiago, Chile's capital and largest city, calls out to traveler's with its captivating fusion of tradition and modernity.

With the majestic Andes Mountains as a backdrop and the Mapocho River meandering through its heart, Santiago boasts a stunning natural setting that complements its vibrant urban culture.

We Recommend

  • Don’t miss the iconic La Moneda Palace and the stunning Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Hike to the top of Santa Lucia Hill for panoramic views of the city and the surrounding mountains. 
  • Sample Chilean cuisine at the Mercado Central, Santiago’s bustling seafood market.
  • Chile is famous for its wine, and you can’t visit Santiago without a wine tour. 
  • Take a funicular to the summit of San Cristobal Hill for breathtaking sunset views of the city.
  • Visit Bellavista for its vibrant nightlife, Lastarria for its cultural attractions, and Providencia for shopping and dining.

Travel Tips


Spanish is the official language, so having some basic Spanish phrases can be helpful.


Santiago enjoys a Mediterranean climate, so check the weather before packing.


Santiago is considered safe for tourists, but like any big city, be cautious with your belongings and use common sense.


The currency is the Chilean Peso (CLP).


Santiago has an extensive and efficient metro system, making it easy to navigate the city.

Eat & Drink

Santiago's culinary scene is a reflection of Chile's diverse culture. Taste traditional Chilean dishes like empanadas, pastel de choclo, and cazuela. Seafood lovers will delight in the fresh catches from the Pacific. Pair your meal with a glass of Chilean wine or try a terremoto, a unique local cocktail.