Santiago de Chile is a mix between the historical, the modern and the natural. This tour offers a complete panoramic view of the city, where you will appreciate the contrast of landscapes offered by the capital city.

Starting the tour with the transfer from the hotel, or pre-established place, they will go to the Stock Market neighborhood, where the streets of New York, La Bolsa and Club de la Unión intersect. Here you can see attractive heritage buildings of the twentieth century, which reflects the classical European influence. On 1989, this emblematic area was declared a National Monument of Chile.

Continuing the tour through Bandera Street, where the largest floor mural in the world is located, 35,520.9 square feet of art captured in one of the busiest pedestrian streets of the big city, passing through the renovated Palace of Courts of Justice and the Seat of Santiago of the National Congress, until arriving at an important symbol of the presence of Catholicism in Chile, The Metropolitan Cathedral. Inside it has a crypt that houses the remains of archbishops and bishops of Chile. In addition, highlights the Monument to the Heroes of the Battle of the Conception, which keeps the four hearts of the captains fallen in combat. It was declared a National Monument in 1951.

Outside the Metropolitan Cathedral, you will see the Armas Square, heart of the city since 1541, where you will appreciate the City Hall Palace, Central Post Office, National Historical Museum, Ex-Former National Congress and Diplomatic Academy. In this place the vehicle will wait for you, to go to San Cristóbal Hill.

Driving through the busy downtown streets you will see the Central Market, Mapocho Station, Museum of Fine Arts, a French-style building opened in 1910 in the heart of the Forestal Park. Crossing the Mapocho River, you will reach the bohemian neighborhood of Bellavista, from there you will climb the San Cristobal hill, a spur of the Andes mountain range introduced into the city, which with its 6.57 square miles is the fourth largest park in the world. In one of its lookouts you will see the modern part of the city, where you will mention the contrast of modern and ancient architecture that mixes with nature.
Finishing with the descent to the high sector of Santiago passing through some modern residential neighborhoods such as Pedro de Valdivia Norte, Las Condes and Vitacura and then return to the hotel or pre-established place.


  • Tour guide.
  • Transfer.
  • Mineral water.
  • Entrance to the San Cristobal Hill.
  • New York Street
  • Agustinas Church.
  • Bandera Street.
  • Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Plaza de Armas.
  • San Cristobal Hill.
  • Panoramic district of the capital.