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Isidora Goyenechea, Santiago, 3000, Chile
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transfers from port at Valpariso to Santiago airport

by flowerlover

What is the best (and most economical way) to get to the Santiago airport from the port at Valpariso. We are arriving early on Feb 5 on an Oceania cruise and need to be at the airport by 11 AM.

Thank you,

Re: transfers from port at Valpariso to Santiago airport

by cgf

the cheapest way...
take bus to bus to bus terminal and first bus to Santiago.
ask to stop at airport, they will stop on the way and taxis will be waiting for people there, 3 or 4 minutes ride and you'll be at SCL.

try to share a car with somebody else, many people on the cruise would have the same problem to solve, as posted lately somewhere else here on VT, the cost could be 110/120 USD for the whole vehicle which is much better then $160 per person as it could be asked there.

Re: transfers from port at Valpariso to Santiago airport

by Huentetu

Your schedule is quite tight as it will take 1.5-2 hours to get from the port to the airport. In your case I would not take the bus as it may be a lot more economical it is also longer - you need to get a taxi to the bus station, bus to Pajaritos, get a bus or taxi to the airport from there. You also have to clear customs at the cruise port and, depending on the time you arrive and if there is another ship arriving, it could take some time. You can get transport options at the cruise terminal, but to save time I would try to set it up beforehand. Try PortCompass. They are usually good at trying to arrange for people to share if they are going the same way. Or try posting on CruiseCritic forums.

Re: transfers from port at Valpariso to Santiago airport

by crazyman2

search the Santiago section of the VT site so that you can find the many replies to a similar question asked earlier this very week.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Santiago Chile Eat Wine Guide

by Sophie1975

I moved to Santiago a few months ago from NY with very little planning, and when I got here some internet searches led me to this e-guide, it was super helpful, especially for restaurant recs, travel tips, different neighborhoods, nightlife, coffee shops, etc...I downloaded it and refer to it on my iphone when out and about. Check it out: http://eatwineguides.com/
Enjoy! As a admitted foodie and wanna-be celebrity chef, I will miss the Vega a ton! Miles of fresh vegetables and fruit, grain, spices, I could shop there for days

Things to bring

by nyl

Remember that if you are going to be living in Santiago, or staying for an extended period, one of your bags should be something that you can travel with for weekend-week trips. If you are going to be here during the winter months, pack with layers!! sunny days can get quite warm but the cold days are frigid. Also, rain gear, especially shoes or boots, there are puddles everywhere. Also, bring good walking shoes with proper support! They have the most basic but if there's something you think you may need that might be considered a bit more specialized, bring it with you. School products can be expensive so if you're studying abroad, bring notebooks, paper, and writing supplies from home. Hair dryers are also expensive (actually most electronics).

local arts & great souvenirs

by globetrott about Feria Indigena

Feria Indigena was written at the entrance of this lower part of Cerro Santa Lucia, next to the great neptun-fountain (see my last picture for the outside of the shop) Here you get all sorts of fine souvenirs, local handicrafts and everybody is welcome to browse through the corridors and nobody will push you to buy anything. prices are the same as in other tourist-places but in fact there are not many such shops for local handicrafts in Santiago, only around Cerro San Cristobal you find some souvenirshops and their prices are a lot higher than here!

TransSantiago Buses

by kiwigal_1

The bus system around Santiago is going through a few changes to integrate ticketing with the metro and overhaul the driver contracts. In the past Santiago has had to put up with dangerous yellow "micros" that raced from stop to stop trying to pick up as many people as possible so as to be paid more. Problem was that they caused many accidents and drove too fast. The idea was to replace these micros with much nicer, modern buses that are less polluting however I have noticed that they have replaced a few and the rest are being painted green and white over their former yellow. *sigh*. The buses are frequent and probably go anywhere you would want to go but honestly, given the choice, I would rather take a metro or a taxi!

Best indian food in santiago

by jpizquierdo about Majestic

This restaurant is located inside a Best western hotel in downtown Santiago. everithing inside is Indian, wallpaper, dishes, tables. food is very spicy and tasty. Lamb kebab with masala curry or shrim curry, Y really don´t remember what I´ve eat but everithing is very tasty.


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