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DISCOVER CHILE’S CULTURAL CENTER

One of the busiest ports on the western coast of South America, the port of San Antonio is the gateway to Chile’s energetic capital city of Santiago. Famous for its ski resorts and cobblestoned plazas, Santiago is Chile’s cultural and political center nestled at the foot of the Andes in the Maipo River Valley. With a temperate Mediterranean climate and rich volcanic earth, the area is also emerging as a leading wine-growing region.

Stroll down bustling Alameda, the city’s main thoroughfare to steal a look at the ornate 16th century architecture including the famed San Francisco church. Here you can climb the lovely Santa Lucia hill and take in some of the best views of the sprawling city below and the Sanhattan's skyscrapers.

For some lively people-watching—and incredible dining and entertainment—visit the Plaza de Armas, to find artists, comedians, singers, and local vendors. Or, head to the nearby the Mercado Central to discover row upon row of eateries and try some Chilean street food like a completo (Chilean hot dog) or sopaipillas (bun stuffed with fried pumpkin).

Just outside Santiago in the San Antonio and Maipo Valleys, where you’ll discover several noteworthy wineries to tour. In this birthplace of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, you’ll find passion embraces every aspect of life. From its vibrant culinary scene to its impressive jazz community in the Nuñoa District, every turn provides rich history in a romantic setting. And, if you seek reprieve from the hustle and bustle of city life, you are no more than a couple of hours from the slopes or the beach—you could even do both in one day.

Santiago (San Antonio), Chile Highlights

Casona De Curacaví

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La Moneda Palace

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San Cristóbal Hill

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Santiago (San Antonio), Chile At a glance

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Local Details:
GPS: 33°35'35.65"S 71°37'43.89"W
Size: 404.50 KM2 (156.18 MI2)
Population: 87,675
Density: 217 Pop/KM2 (84 Pop/MI2)
Country Code: +56 (city +35)

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