Ventana Sur Hostel

Claudio Arrau 0340, Santiago, 7501288, Chile
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  • Solo72
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Santiago Metro to Concha y Toro Winery

by Merilyn

We are only going to be in Santiago for one day and would like to take the Metro and a bus to the Concha y Toro winery. Can we pay for the Metro and bus with US dollars? Approximately how long would it take to get from Tobalaba Station to the winery?

Re: Santiago Metro to Concha y Toro Winery

by toid

To travel on a bus and the metro in Santiago you must buy each a Bip! electronic card in a metro station. You can only pay for these in pesos. You would need to buy a 1500 peso card for the trip. The trip should take 45 minutes to an hour.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Mote con Huesito

by ezaguryk

It is a summer drink tipical of chielean, delicious dry peach that cook and prepare with wheat mote and adds ice to and it is taken

Es una bebida de verano tipica de los chilenos, deliciosos duraznos secos que se cocinan y se prepara con trigo mote y se le agrega hielo y se toma

Galleries

by bobmyx

The galleries are smaller, very traditional, shopping areas between and in buildings in Santiago. There are literally thousands of stores like these in the city and the variety of goods is unlimited.
The shopping will fasinate those used to American type of shopping.

Art at Metro...

by APaulo

Some stations are a piece of art.
There is one, near the Mercado Central, by the rive ( Puente Cal y Canto) where you my see a part of Santiago history and where normally you also may find exibithions.

Wow! There are a lot.
Chinese...

by astridcontre

Wow! There are a lot.
Chinese food: Lung Foo (Agustinas con Mac Iver)
International: Tragaluz (Barrio Bellavista)
Peruvian Food: El Otro Sitio (Barrio Bellavista) and Puerto Perú
Italian food: Trattoria Rossati
Chilean food: La Vaquita Echa (Pirque)
etc...
Lung Foo: Its expensive (US$15 each one) but the food is excellent. The atmosfere is unique. You'll feel transported to another dimension: the chinese dimension.
Contraluz:(US$15 - 25 each one) small, romantic but not too much. I think they have the right balance for 2 or 4 or 6 person...
El otro sitio: expensive but a good place to talk. Don't forget to drink Pisco sour.
Puerto Perú: affordable. the ceviche, pisco sour and the fish in any way are good. (The picture is showing this nice restaurante)
Trattoria Rossati: Hide in the downtown. It's open from monday to friday during the day. Excellent!!
La Vaquita Echá: so typical I've been in those more than once and I haven't tasted anything bad.

Experience a Tradition

by petirrojo

How can you not go to a place that is: A) a landmark, B) a place to check out the most unusual variety of fish you've ever seen in a market, C) sample that fish, and D) walk the aisles of a place so beloved that it was made into the setting for a telenovela (television program)?

In short, you cannot miss it. As you enter, the touts will pitch their restaurants (several are housed in the building), and you'll immediately see the fishmongers slicing and dicing glossy, fresh fish. Wander around: there's more than fish here. You'll find poultry, fruits and vegetables, herbs, & more.

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