Santa Magdalena Apartments Santiago

Helvecia 244, Las Condes, Santiago, 6760245, Chile
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Santiago Travel

by mikeyff

Hello! I was wondering if anyone has current information on the conditions of Santiago and Valparaiso? I am travelling there on March 30th and wondering how badly damaged things actually are. It's difficult to get an accurate perception watching the news.

Re: Santiago Travel

by Huentetu

There was minor damage in the older parts of both cities which has since been cleaned up. All museums are open. The metro and buses are running normally in Santiago. I think the old fish market in Valparaíso suffered some damage, but they just moved everything outside. Basically, things are working normally in both places. You will see some damage in both cities, but more superficial damage (plaster, cornises).

I understand the problem of trying to figure out what is a no go area and what is not. The news always reports other country's news in such a general way that it is difficult to get a clear picture. In general, Santiago south to just below Temuco is no go. You can go, of course, but it is not advisable because that is the area you will be seeing on the news. You can take long distances buses to the south from Santiago bypassing any towns or cities, but the trip takes about 30% longer because of detours. From Santiago to the north, everything is normal as far as transport etc goes. You can go from Santiago to Mendoza without any problem. Buses are going regularly. The highway to the coast (Valpo and Viña) has never closed. Buses are going back and forth all day.

The only thing which is continuing are the aftershocks. There was a big one today and I was at a lunch. The ground rolled, nothing fell, nothing broke, no one panicked. A few people gripped the edge of the table. I was on a ground floor, which helps. The further up you go in a building the more you feel the sway. So try to stay on the lower floors of hotels.

Re: Santiago Travel

by tiger36

Hi, I live in Santiago, in the city there are not problems after of the earthquake, everythings are ok; the hotels, the transport, etc. you can travel without problem, what do you do in Chile?, just holiday?, well by.

Sergio

I´m sorry my english

Travel Tips for Santiago

In winter, go to the mountains...

by astridcontre

In winter, go to the mountains (Farellones, Valle Nevado) and ski!! It's really close and you need only one day.
In the summer, wake up early in the morning, ride your bike and go to Cerro San Cristóbal, Parque Forestal or Parque Bustamante. After a rainy day, the view of Cordillera de Los Andes is amazing. You'll feel like in front of a giant.

Touch Rugby

by kiwigal_1

This tip is really for expats or Chileans who may be interested in joining a sports team while they are living in Santiago. Touch Rugby is taking Santiago by a storm with a competition running in the winter and summer. At the moment we are playing on Monday nights. The games were held at the Prince of Wales country club for a number of years and in 2007 moved to the Estadio Israelita.

We don't practice very often at all but when we do we usually combine it with a BBQ in a park with family (see pics). You should get a paid of touch rugby shoes so you don't slip but shirts are provided by the team you join. If you are wanting to join a team then you are welcome to drop me a line. I play for the team called "Mongrels"... believe me, it sounds more ruthless than we are!! Our team dresses in bright pink shirts which stand out during the night games :)

Rich kids in Jeans and Polo

by Popstar99 about Las Urracas, Vitacura

Almost a bit themeparkstyle disco. Lots of singles, but a bit of a conservative athmosphere. This place is for people with money but no ambition to change their cloth to something a bit more stylish or progressive at night Jeans, Poloshirt (or Lacoste)

Do not miss the Choclo Pie

by ezaguryk about Bar Nacional

Very popular cafeteria between the people of Santiago, the food is typical of Chile, the only place where I obtained pie of Choclo (corn), very typical Chilean, this is typical plate it is home made.

Cafetería muy popular entre la gente de santiago, la comida es típica de chile, el único lugar donde conseguí pastel de choclo (maíz), muy típico chileno, pero es un plato que se hace en casa. Excellent pie of Choclo (corn)

You can visit my Typical Chilean Food

Diego's Grill & Bar - Bellavista

by kiwigal_1 about Diego's

I thought that the food and atmosphere at Diego's was good. The wait staff and the owner (Arturo Saviñon) were very friendly. The restaurant is in a nice location. I at a "Bife de Chorizo" (steak) with Juliana Vegetables and Papas accompanied with a botlle of Cabernet Sauvignon from "Las Casas del Toque" (2003).

The steak was 5000 pesos.

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Address: Helvecia 244, Las Condes, Santiago, 6760245, Chile