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Popular Attractions in Santiago

If you're a first time visitor to Santiago, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Santiago.

What are some good attractions in Santiago?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Santiago.

Huechuraba Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region
La Piojera
Aillavilú 1030 Santiago de Chile, Metropolitana de Santiago de Chile

La Chascona
Fernando Márquez de La Plata 0192 Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Emporio La Rosa
Merced Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

La Moneda
Plaza de la Ciudadanía 26 Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Cerro Santa Lucia
Avda Liber Bernardo O`Higgins 499 Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Fine Arts Museum
Calle Jose Miguel de La Barra Santiago, Chile

Parque Forestal
General Salvo 399, Providencia Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region

Sculpture Park
Calle Los Espanoles 2539 Santiago, Chile
Valle Nevado
Avenida Vitacura 5250 of. 304 Santiago, Chile

+56 2 2477 7000
Atacama Desert Minerals S.A.
2290 Eliodoro Yañez Santiago, XIII Metropolitana de Santiago
Cerro Manquehue
Santiago, Región Metropolitana de Santiago
Pueblito de Los Dominicos
9085 Apoquindo Santiago, Región Metropolitana
Plaza de Armas
Plaza de Armas Santiago, Región Metropolitana
San Cristóbal
863 Calle Sto Domingo Santiago, Región Metropolitana


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"In Santiago you should stay in Providencia or Las Condes which are the best neighborhoods and from there you can take the subway to the city center and other places like Lastarria and Bellavista."  See More

"If you're into poetry and love Pablo Neruda, take a tour of his home La Chascona."  See More

"Don´t miss : parque forestal and lastarria neighborhood to take a walk around (Parque Forestal,Nolita, Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts, Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center, Emporio La Rosa to take an ice cream or a cup of tea looking at the park)."  See More

"You might walk downtown (government palace La Moneda), Santa Lucía Hill, Bellas Artes, Parque Forestal, San Cristóbal Hill l."  See More

"Sculpture Park lots of interesting sculptures to see and a good place for people watching as well!"  See More

"Don`t forget to visit San Cristóbal or Santa Lucía Hill to get some great pics to the Andes(San Cristobal is better"  See More

"Also, you can walk from one to the another one, including Parque Forestal, Barrio Bellas Artes."  See More

"I'm more or less an intermediate skier and I was fine at Valle Nevado."  See More

"Since you seem interested in South America, maybe consider Chile which has extraordinary landscapes (Atacama Desert Minerals SA to Patagonia (Argentina)), interesting cities, great food and lovely, friendly people."  See More

"If you want outdoor activies, you can go to Cerro Manquehue or San Cristóbal Hill."  See More

"Museums: Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino (a must), Cafeteria y Tienda Mseo de la Moda (according to your taste), Vega Central (food market), walk besides mapocho river, República and Yungay, (nice neighbourhoods), Pueblito de Los Dominicos (handicrafts), maybe some vineyard not so far."  See More

Where can I find out more about Santiago?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Santiago locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Santiago.

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