Santiago Transportation

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  • 1. By Bus

    By far the most common question that appears in the Chile page in VT is how does one get from the Santiago International Airport to Valpariso and the Valpariso Cruiste Terminal. From the Arturo...

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  • 2. Airport

    Like is several countries Santiago decided to build there airport in the country side in the middle if nowhere !!!! As soon as you exist the customs area directly in front of it... there are shuttle...

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  • 3. Metro

    Subway system is cheap and efficient making it a great way to get around but be very careful with your wallet/purse. Pickpockets are very quick. I was very much on guard but took my hand off my pocket...

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  • 4. Cash, bus in Santiago

    We were just in Santiago and I can't remember using US dollars for anything. We took about 500 CLP and that worked fine. In general, I found that most places...

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  • 5. Funicular Cerro San Christobal

    To go up the Cerro San Christobal, you can use the Funicular, you also can go up on foot, but this is just fun and easy.Check the website for updated prices and...

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  • 6. from santiago to valparaiso

    a couple different...

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  • 7. LAN South America Pass

    This is pretty good value for tourists who are traveling to Chile on a One World Alliance flight. Since Chile is so long, you pretty much have to fly from one...

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  • 8. Taxis and collectivos

    There are also taxis and collectivos available. However, please be aware of using taxis in Santiago as scams are frequent and the drivers are renowned for...

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  • 9. Double-decker Bus

    Either if you only have a short time in Santiago, or you wanna get the overall idea of how the city looks like, TURISTIK hop-on hop-off bus might be the best...

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  • 10. Flight from New Zealand/Australia to South America

    The route between the Pacific and South America is the route with least competition unfortunately making it one of the most expensive to fly on. I am a New...

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  • 11. One World Air Pass to and within South America

    If you are planning a trip around South America then it is worthwhile considering flying to South America with a One World carrier. LAN offers the South America...

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  • 12. TransVip: from the airport to downtown Santiago

    The first things you see after going through customs at the Santiago airport are the "official transport" booths. As there were 5 of us with our luggage and...

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  • 13. Flying to Santiago with LAN Airlines

    LAN Airlines is the main carrier in Chile and one of the largest in South America. They have partnerships with many different airline companies around the world...

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  • 14. the funicular to Cerro San Cristobal

    Taking the funicular is the best and easiest way to get up to Cerro San Cristobal. Mostly a lot of people are queuing up for the tickets there and at the...

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  • 15. the cablecar to Pedro de Valdivia Norte

    There is a cablecar between the top-station of Cerro San Cristobal and Pedro de Valdivia Norte, an area with lots of villas by rich people, it is a nice area to...

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  • 16. the lift to Cerro Santa Lucia

    There is this lift from the city of Santiago to Cerro Santa Lucia and the best about it is : It is totally free of charge !I took the lift twice, because I...

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  • 17. Trains in Chile

    The train service in Chile with the excption of local services around Santiago and Valparaiso is in dire financial circumstances and services have been reduced...

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  • 18. airport to town taxi

    I just took a taxi this morning from the airport to central Santiago. I was alone, the fare was USD 27. You need to check with the cab company prior to leaving...

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  • 19. Valparaiso's ascensores

    The sight of all those steep hills that Valparaiso is built on is rather daunting - but climbing up is not a problem. There are 15 ascensores dotted around the...

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  • 20. Valparaiso buses

    A great way to get a good look at the hills of Valaparaiso is to hop on the green "O" bus and ride it all the way to the end of the route at Vina del Mar and...

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  • 21. Planning on Driving

    If you are planning on renting a car and driving around Santiago, be aware that the direction of traffic on a street can change throughout the day. In the...

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  • 22. The options

    The two best and cheapest ways to get around Santiago are to use either the Metro or the Micros (buses). The Metro: easier to understand, cleaner and safer, it...

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  • 23. National highways

    The main roads are all in a very good state of repair and you can drive to most of the country without special vehicles. In the remote areas you would need...

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  • 24. Hertz rent a car

    I know that lot of people that came to chile in winter time want to go to skiing near Santiago, the problem is that there is no good transportation or is too...

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  • 25. Traveling Around

    Although there are more buses in Santiago than NYC, I suggest either taking Taxis (if your Spanish is good enough to point at a map) or simply rent a car. Avis...

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