Santiago is the capital and biggest city of Chile with over 5,000,000 people.
SANTIAGO, capital of Chile founded in 1541 , is located between the Mapocho and and Maipo rivers valleys, surrounded mountains : the Coast Range by the West , Chacabuco and Angostura mounts on the North and South respectively and the Andes range on the East. Santiago is chosen to house the most relevant Congresses and Conventions in Latin America because of it outstanding infrastructure.THE ANDES RANGE concentrates in the Central region the main Ski resorts of the country boasting magnificient ski runs considered the best in South America, among them you find Valle Nevado, Portillo, and Termas e Chillán.THE PACIFIC COAST, less than a two-hours ride you find Valparaiso Cultural Heritage of Mankind, its picturesque architecture makes it beloved by artists and bohemians. which has turned this place into a living legend.
You can find almost everything you need in this city.
It has all star hotels
economical bed and breakfasts, restaurants of every ethnic
background, discos, clubs, a museum, universities, international
and national airports, high rise office buildings, theater, malls, fun parks,
a modern subway system which makes finding your
way around Santiago a lot easier, and a whole lot more.
Whether you are here on business or pleasure you'll like Santiago, Chile .
Within an hour or so from Santiago you can also find outdoor opportunities like,
hiking, nature, hot springs, and skiing.
If you would like to do outdoor activities you could get a hold of a tour company
and they can take you hiking in the mountains,
skiing in season (June - September) or go to the ocean and
enjoy the beach (summer is December - February).
Santiago is a city that blends its colonial heritage with the modernity of a city in full swing. Take a day out to visit its main attractions and get to know some of its history. Note! this trip can be adjusted to your liking.
Pablo Neruda was a great collector. His hobby was to collect the most varied things of interest: seashells, books, bottles, masks and ... homes. Neruda had the great necessity, to consolidate his existence where he was and where he was going. Visit his houses with us.