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Guardia Vieja 150, Santiago, Chile
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Santiago locker fees

by sonyam

I would really appreciate if someone could tell me what it costs to store a suitcase in a locker at the Santiago airport for 10 nights?
thanks for all your help.

Re: Santiago locker fees

by Huentetu

There are no lockers. There is a left luggage office (Custodia de Equipaje) where you can leave baggage. The last time I looked, and that was about a year ago, it was CLP$3500 for big bags and CLP$2500 for small bags, so it will be at least that. It is expensive for more than a day or two. They probably charge less at bus stations or you could see if your lodging can store some things.

Re: Santiago locker fees

by Sebastian_arg

Just called and yes, Huentetu is right they keep charging CLP 3500 (about 6USD) for a 20-25kg suitcase, and CLP 2500 for small ones..

good luck!

Travel Tips for Santiago

Cerro San Cristóbal

by Bjorgvin

Go up to the summit of Cerro San Cristóbal. On a clear, sunny day the views over the city and to the Andes are quite stunning. The easiest way to get up is to take the funicular from the station at the north end of Pío Nono in Bellavista. At a peak of 860m is a giant 22m high statue of the Virgin Mary (Virgen de la Inmaculada).

No beaches!!!


Chile is a long thin country, with lots of ocean. But Santiago has none. It's next to the Andes, and this country is not as thin as most think.
So if you want beaches (Santiago gets really hot during the summer), you can go to Vina del Mar or Valparaiso. Buses take off every 20 minutes from the bus station, and the trip is 2 hours. It's quite close!!!



The Santiago subway is something that everyone here is proud. In fact, I've never seen a subway as clean and as safe as this one. There are actually 3 lines where you can move around. The 4th is being built at the moment.
The easiest and safest way to go around Santiago is by subway. If you want to explore further in Santigo, buses (micros) are a good option.

Azul Profundo - Great Seafood Restaurant

by kiwigal_1 about Azul Profundo

Azul Profundo is a little gem sitting in the heart of Bellavista district of Providencia. The place is decorated in all sorts of ocean paraphernalia makingit a visual interesting dining experience. The food though is the main reason to come here. The dishes are fantastic although you might need to wait a little for them to arrive if the restaurant is full. There are a few "lifesaver" dishes for those accompanying that aren't so into seafood. We realy enjoyed the Tabla del Mar which was a grilled seafood (salmon, shrimps, scallops, clams, squid rings) extravaganza accompanied with fried onions and corguettes. We ordered this as an entree to share along with the crumbed shrimp and squid. Both dishes were a hit.
For my main I enjoyed a perfectly confectioned Easter Island Tuna Steak which I would highly recommend. Of the dishes my friends had they really enjoyed the Congrio and Tilapia fish but the person who had the Mako shark found it a little dry.

The restaurant has a large wine selection to accompany the meal and served fantastic natural juices (pineapple and raspberry when we were there).

La catedral / The Cathedral

by elpariente

En la Plaza de Armas que está en el centro histórico de la ciudad se encuentra la catedral del siglo XVIII , que tiene una decoración muy recargada
In the Plaza de Armas that is the Historical center of the city is the Cathedral , made on the XVIII century , it has a decoration very overelaborated


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