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  • 1 Chilean Museum of Pre-Colombian Art Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Bandera 361 RCH - Santiago

    Housing exhibits such as cloth from the Andes, anthropomorphical objects and shamans' instruments, the Chilean Museum of Pre-Colombian Art in Santiago is home to a collection which is as vast as the continent itself! Displays relating to Meso-America..

  • 2 Santiago National Fine Arts Museum Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    Parque Forestal s/n RCH - Santiago

    The fine neo-Classical building which can be seen in the popular Parque Forestal is home to the city's Fine Arts Museum. Don't miss the remarkable permanent collection of Chilean art, which consists of works created since the colonial period. Numerou..

  • 3 Red House Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Merced 860 RCH - Santiago

    The Casa Colorada (1769), one of Santiago's fine examples of civil colonial architecture, owes its name to its red façade. The house was once home to Mateo Toro y Zambrano, president of the first revolutionary junta of Chile, and now houses the Museu..

  • 4 Cerro San Cristóbal Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    RCH - Santiago

    If you're finding the heat of Santiago too much, then head for the hills! The Parque Metropolitano on Cerro San Cristóbal, a hill overlooking the capital to the north of Bellavista, can be reached on foot, by cable car or funicular. Fresh air, panora..

  • 5 Palacio de la Moneda Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Moneda con Teatinos RCH - Santiago

    The Palacio de la Moneda in Santiago, the presidential palace since 1846 and seat of government, bears the memory of the 1973 coup that led to the death of Allende. A symbol of Chilean resistance, it was designed by the Spanish (1784) and inaugurated..

  • 6 Bellavista District Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Plaza Caupolicán RCH - Santiago

    The picturesque, colourful district of Bellavista, in Santiago, lies at the foot of San Cristóbal hill. With a lively atmosphere from dawn to dusk, this area is full of young people, musicians and street peddlers and is home to a multitude of cafés, ..

  • 7 La Chascona Interesting

    Museums and art

    Fernando Márquez de La Plata 192 RCH - Santiago

    Consisting of three small houses surrounded by vegetation, La Chascona is the soul of Bellavista, reflecting the colourful atmosphere of this district. It was here that the poet Pablo Neruda lived with his wife during his visits to Santiago. The hous..

  • 8 Santiago Central Market

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    RCH - Santiago

    Stalls heavy with fish and around thirty restaurants serving fish and seafood tempt customers in this beautiful metallic building, which was once an exhibition hall (1868). Now housing Chile's central market, the building resounds with the cries of t..

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