Santiago the capital of Chile, resting on an island plain, with the Andes glimmering in the distance, it is the fifth largest city in South America. You can go skiing, white-water rafting, wine testing and bathing in thermal baths all within a two-hour radius of a bustling city of seven million people. This is what makes Greater Santiago such an attractive launch pad for your Chilean adventures.
There are a variety of tourist attractions in Santiago de Chile, from the religious to quirky and funky.
Cerro San Cristobal - is a hill in northern Santiago that rises over the city providing some pretty great views. Cerro San Cristobal also is home to Santiago’s biggest park, Santiago Metropolitan park; the Chilean national zoo; a Japanese garden and two swimming pools.
Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral, Barrio Bellavista a place for artists and intellectuals to live work and play, La Chascona, Mercado Central, Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, are some really historic places to visit and has maximum tourist attraction.
Museum of memory and human rights-Only open for few years, the museum is memorial for Chileans. Santiago Merino Benitez International airport is the main gateway for international travellers. The airport is currently being expanded as a part of 2020 master plan, Fun fact! Santiago airport offers a free yoga class two times per week at gate 15 on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00am until 7:30am, in case you put on some weight while travelling.