Santiago City Tour

Santiago City Tour

This tour combines the Santiago City Tour and the Viña Undurraga Vineyard & Winery Tour.

We will tour one of the most attractive capitals of Latin America. We will know the most classic Santiago, and also the most modern Santiago. We will start by visiting the historic center of the city, where the Plaza de Armas, La Moneda (the government palace) and the buildings of the judicial and executive power are located. We will finish the tour in the Central Market, where you can enjoy the most traditional of the Chilean capital.

Then we will visit Undurraga Vineyard, founded in 1885 and this is one of the oldest wineries in Chile.
Located in the Maipo Valley, in the Fundo Santa Ana, here you can visit one of the pioneer vineyards in the viticulture of Chile.
With more than 130 years of experience and innovation, Viña Undurraga invites you to learn how unique wines are made, from specific origins, reflecting the best of the terroirs and valleys of Chile.
Discover the centennial trajectory of the vineyard, deciphering through a glass, the enigmas, flavors, aromas and history immersed within the fields.

Come and discover with us the cultural and that Santiago it has for you.
Contact us and get to know Chile with us.
Take advantage of our experience and do not miss this 2019-2020 season


Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santiago is a city of syncopated cultural currents, madhouse parties, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants. No wonder 40% of Chileans call the leafy capital city home.

It’s a wonderful place for strolling, and each neighborhood has its unique flavor and tone. Head out for the day to take in the museums, grand architecture and pedestrian malls of the Centro, before an afternoon picnic in one of the gorgeous hillside parks that punctuate the city’s landscape. Nightlife takes off in the sidewalk eateries, cafes and beer halls of Barrios Brasil, Lastarria and Bellavista, while as you head east to well-heeled neighborhoods like Providencia and Las Condes, you’ll find tony restaurants and world-class hotels.

With a growing economy, renovated arts scene and plenty of eccentricity to spare, Santiago is an old-guard city on the cusp of a modern-day renaissance.

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Come and discover with us the natural, cultural and adventure wonders that Santiago it has for you.

Contact us and get to know Chile with us.

Take advantage of our experience and do not miss this 2019-2020 season

The grand Chilean capital. Santiago, a city full of light, culture, gastronomy, and architecture. Santiago, packed with neighborhood spots, the off-the-beaten-path places you won’t find on your tourist map. Santiago’s neighborhoods are beckoning, so put on your best walking shoes and come stroll through age-old streets marked by the architectural, cultural, and culinary beauty that contains and tells the history of Chile.
Bellavista, Nestled between the grand Cerro San Cristóbal and the iconic Mapocho River, it’s known for its art during the day and its music and nightlife after dark. Home to the capital’s intellectuals and artists, check out the mythical La Chascona, the poet Pablo Neruda’s former home.
Walking around this bohemian neighborhood, you’ll run into trendy shops and art galleries. On the weekend, you can browse the market on Pío Nono, where you’ll find the famed lapis lazuli jewelry, a deep blue gem, mined in the north of Chile. But, how to get there? One option is to take the metro to the Baquedano station and cross the Mapocho River toward Pío Nono.
Lastarria, One of the city’s historical neighborhoods that has become a tourist attraction. Lastarria is located between Cerro Santa Lucía and Baquedano Plaza, full of life and energy, thanks to the wide array of cultural activities, festivals, and live shows on offer. It’s a downtown cultural “must-see.” The best way to get there is by taking the metro to the Bellas Artes or Universidad Católica stations.
Italia, The neighborhood takes its name from the main avenue running through it. It is an older area where immigrants run businesses buying and selling products. At the moment, it is also Santiago’s hub for antiques and gastronomy. You’ll find food from all around the world, decoration and design shops, bookstores, and shoe, accessory, and clothing stores.
If you want a taste of daily life in Santiago, you can go out for an “once,” similar to taking English tea. The tradition says that taking “once” dates back to the olden days, when men would have a drink after work, but to avoid being caught, they would say they were going for an “once,” the Spanish word for eleven, because the Spanish word for spirits, “aguardiente,” has eleven letters. It was like their secret code.
To get there, take the metro to the Santa Isabel stop, or go to Baquedano and walk through Bustamante Park until you reach this quaint neighborhood in Santiago.
Providencia, A favorite of tourists to stay and rest. It has a great location and is the heart of the shopping and restaurant district. If you walk down Providencia Avenue to the east, you’ll reach one of the city’s best-known malls, Costanera Center. You can shop and visit the Sky Costanera observatory for a panoramic view of the capital from South America’s tallest building. You can get there from the Tobalaba and Los Leones metro stops.
Santiago Centro, Santiago’s historical downtown area is home to a wide variety of cultural sites to visit, from the heart of Chile, the iconic Plaza de Armas, to the grand Cerro San Cristóbal. If you love a great meal and want to try the exquisite flavors and textures of typical Chilean cuisine, check out Mercado Central and La Vega. Located across from the Mapocho River, you’ll find a variety of local gastronomy options. You can get there from the Cal y Canto metro station.
Streets full of history, government buildings, museums, and so much more await you in downtown Santiago. The best way to get there is to take the metro to the Plaza de Armas, Bellas Artes, Universidad de Chile, Moneda, or Santa Lucía stations.

This tour combines the Santiago City Tour and the Viña Undurraga Vineyard & Winery Tour.