Tours in Santiago

The red, double decker buses that run through the city are just one way to get around. You can also take walking tours, biking tours, and even biking tours of "guachaca" or informal/urban Santiago, complete with walks through the main fruit and vegetable market and a trip to a normally men-only coffee shop (called a café con piernas). From Santiago you can also take tours of wineries near and far, and many guided hiking and other athletic opportunities abound

Private Tour: Isla Negra and Pablo Neruda Museum

Autopista del Sol, Chile

Heritage Tour... read more

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Private Tour: Portillo Ski Resort Day Trip from Santiago

164 km from Santiago, on Route 57, en route to Mendoza

Private day trips to wineries and the high mountains... read more

Private Tour: Santiago City Sightseeing

Private Sightseeing Tours... read more

La Chascona

Fernando Márquez de la Plata 0192
(Providencia)

Former Residence of Pablo Neruda... read more

La Bicicleta Verde City Tour

Loreto 6

Take a beach cruiser around town with La Bicicleta Verde and check out Santiago from the ground level... read more

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Ask Me Travel

Agustinas, 681

Free map and (paid) downloadable audio tours and information in Plaza de Armas, given out by two (or more) segway-riding info-givers in mobile kiosks... read more
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