Time Suites and Apartments Chile

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Callao 2988, Las Condes, 755-0274, Chile
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Rodeo? Vineyards? Off the beaten track activities?

by milliturtle

Hello, I'm planning to go to Chile with a friend around December and want to figure out how many days we need. It seems like we'll be flying in and out of Santiago a lot and will have a half day here and there to see the sights in the city. I am wondering if we should stay an extra day or so to do some other sight seeing. I know a lot of people suggest visiting a vineyard. Are there any that's accessible by public transportation? Also, I'd like to see a rodeo show or football game (for the experience). Are there rodeo shows in the area and are they more catered to the tourists or locals? As for football - is December "in season"? Finally, are there other off the beaten track things that might be interesting for a first time Chilean visitor?

Thanks in advance.

Re: Rodeo? Vineyards? Off the beaten track activities?

by patagoniapaul

Hi Millie,

You can come to Chile for a lifetime and not see it all! Santiago is a reasonably nice city with an efficient modern public transport system. Getting arround is quite easy. You can take tours to the wine growing areas or just vivit the Concha y Toro winery in Santiago, a 15minute taxi trip from the Metro station.

Valparaiso is quite interesting for a day trip, easily reachable by bus as long as you do not try to do it on New Year, around one million people flock to Valparaiso for the huge fireworks display there.

Chile is not about cities, it is about the mountains, lakes and forests! Wel, also about some pretty spectacular dry places such as the Atacama.

What do you want to see and do? Have a look at my VT pages and see how pretty it is. Once you have an idea of what you want to see and do, we can help you arrange the trip in more details.

Enjoy planning your trip, it is half the fun!

Re: Rodeo? Vineyards? Off the beaten track activities?

by kiwigal_1

Hi there,

On my Santiago page there are a number of activities listed there that might pique your interest. Regarding football games - I have been to a few here and they can be fun. I suggest you stay away from the ones they call the "clasicos" which are between rival clubs ColoColo - Universidad de Chile or Universidad Catolica. The Football Association (ANFP) hasn't put out tournament details yet but closer to the time you can check it out on www.anfp.cl right now I couldn't tell you if there were matches scheduled here for that time.
I haven't been to the Rodeos outside of the Dieciocho holiday time in September however this website has listed the Federations near Santiago you could contact direct and ask http://www.rodeochileno.cl/federaciones.htm I would say that all rodeos cater more for locals except the ones that are held during fairs such as the one I mentioned before in September.
My favourite trip near Santiago is going to the Cajon del Maipo (details on my Santiago page) which can be done either as a day trip or overnight.
Cheers,
Rhianon

Re: Rodeo? Vineyards? Off the beaten track activities?

by borisg

If you only have a day or two in the Santiago area... check out this article on the wineries that are close to santiago chile.

http://www.chilean-wine.com/wineries-near-santiago-chile

Re: Rodeo? Vineyards? Off the beaten track activities?

by milliturtle

Thanks all for your advice!

Travel Tips for Santiago

Street performers

by Glospi

On Santiago's downtown, mainly on Ahumada and Estado streets, there are live performers: musicians, dancers, humourists and the so-called live statues, who make a "mechanical" movement after a small tip (50 or 100 pesos should be enough). Although they began as simple, whitewashed "statues", there are several variants now, including Robocop, devils, "china dolls" and a local version of Edward Scissorhand

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Underwater marvels!

by Tolacuna

There is a lot of diving in Chile and also near Santiago on diferent spots on the cost. The water is obviously colder that nin the caribean, but there is nothing that a 7mm neoprene suit can´t fix. Lots of companies offer -for the day- or weekend trips, including hotel or the BBQs etc. Personally I have seen fish banks, see wolfs (surounded by them at very close range), ship wraks, lots of flora and fauna. I have a page about everything you need to know about diving in Chile. (I think it´s the only non-comercial diving page in Chile). Check it out: www.dive.cl all gear can be rented from the local operator and is usually included in the price.

Afterour, really outstanding

by jpizquierdo about Clandestino

Clandestino is a very crowded spot full of people with no sign outside, you have to knok the door to get in inside a lot of people ( work as an after hour bar ) i don´t know how they do but they have a great clientelle actors, foraigners and very cool locals. normally average clients 20 to 335 year old and opens at 1 AM and close at 5 AM. you´ll have to pay an entrance fee $ 3.000.- casual

Aeropuerto Arturo Merino...

by Ragazzo20

Aeropuerto Arturo Merino Benítez, en el barrio de Pudahuel, el más moderno terminal aéreo del continente. Todas las líneas aéreas del mundo más importantes llegan a Santiago. Usa Lan Chile, entre las mejores del mundo.
Santiago está bien comunicada, un completo sistema de autopistas urbano, muchas avenidas grandes, carreteras y autopistas suburbanas a Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, San Antonio, Rancagua, Melipilla, Cajón del Maipo, Los Andes, La Ligua.
El metro tiene 3 líneas, es moderno, seguro, limpio y se está ampliando al doble para el 2005.
Línea 1 (Pudahuel-Las Condes)
Línea 2 (Centro-Santiago Sur)
Línea 5 (Centro-La Florida)
en el nuevo metro, cubrirá muchas comunas y zonas.
Hay trenes hacia la costa y hacia el sur.

Pizza & Pasta

by IIGUANA about Piola

Piola is now a Buenos Aires' trademark. It just opened a restaurant here in Santiago with the same pizza and pasta that made the original one so famous. Italian pasta (from Italy) and wood oven baked pizzas, plus a great decoration, makes this restaurant a must when arriving to Santiago. Do make a reservation, as it can get pretty crowded. All pizzas are great. Just choose. The pasta is very tasteful (try the gnocci!!!), and don't forget the dessert: the icecream comes in a baked tulip that is great!

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Address: Callao 2988, Las Condes, 755-0274, Chile