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Private Day Trip: Valparaiso Experience with Boat Ride
"Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel before heading out to start the day. After boarding the vehicle drive along the coast line of Viña del Mar. Upon your arrival ride up one of the traditional funiculars to Cerro Alegre. There you will enjoy a warm cup of coffee and biscuits on a terrace with a beautiful view of the port and old town. Once you are satiated your guide will lead you on a short adventure through a colorful labyrinth of backstreets small shops and art galleries. The different observing promenades on the hills of this avant-garde town all have great colorful views and are unique locations for panorama pictures. After a gourmet lunch with an exclusive view of the port
From $190.00
Casablanca Valley Wine Tour: Emiliana and Bodegas RE Winery Tour
"You will be picked up from your hotel at approximately 9am to begin your wine tasting tour. Start at Emiliana Organic Vineyards the first Chilean winery to obtain a certification of organic and biodynamic agriculture. They are also the biggest producer of organic wines worldwide. Walk among the grapevines learn how to differentiate between them and learn why chickens sheep and alpacas roam freely between the vines. For the tasting you will have the opportunity to try four different wines finishing with their premium red Coyam.After your tasting at Emiliana
From $165.00
Isla Negra and Pomaire Day Trip from Santiago
"We first head to the coast to Isla Negra home to Pablo Neruda’s museum beach house. Pablo Neruda a Nobel Prize winner passed away in 1973. He left behind his remarkable collections both in writing and in physical objects divided over his 3 houses. In his beach house you will find over 3.500 collected memorabilia such as masks
From $210.00

From the Airport to Alameda Bus Terminal

In front of Santiago Airport you can get a bus to Terminal Alameda, the main bus terminal in Santiago, where there are busses to everywhere in Chile. This transportation is done by Turbus, buses leave...
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Jan 24, 2006

The buses stop running

The micros (buses) in Santiago"run" until 2:30 am. However, this does not mean that the micro you took during the day will be rounding the corner any minute. You will notice a steady decline of the...
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Sep 13, 2005

Santiago Buses

The price as of August 2005 is 340 pesos (50 cents.Be sure to ride the city bus in Santiago. There are entertainers on board at times and vendors sell all kinds of candies and snacks.It is well worth...
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Aug 11, 2005

The Famous Yellow Buses

Santiago is a madness place, full of yellow buses, you can go everywhere on those , but take care, even for us could be really complicated to take one.Run really fast and if you don´t know the...
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Feb 08, 2005


São como eles chama os onibus en Santiago, são todos amarelinhos, e custam 330 pesos chilenos ou R$1,50, a frota esta para ser substituida por completo então não sei como serão os novos. Se llaman...
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Sep 29, 2004

City bus system

The city buses -called micros- are (in Santiago) vehicles for up to 51 seated, and 25 standing people, which run along fixed routes reaching virtually all of metropolitan Santiago, plus several semi...
Apr 02, 2004


I don't think I have seen another city in the world with so many buses as Santiago. I mean, it has a HUGE amount of yellow buses that go around the city, making the traffic worse and polluting. If you...
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Mar 24, 2004

From Mendoza to Santiago

The highway between Mendoza (Argentina) and Santiago (Chile) goes through the Andes. The landscape there is just awesome; you even can see the magnificent Mount Aconcagua.La carretera entre Mendoza...
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Jul 27, 2003

Busses are cheap

to: By airplane to the international airport, just a half hour from town. around: Our hotel was in the centre of town , so we walked a lot. But there are lots of busses, all wearing signs of their...
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Nov 07, 2002

Terminales de buses...

Terminales de buses Interurbanos/Interurban Bus Services.Nombre/Name :Terminal de buses.'Estaciòn Central.Dirección/Address :Lib. Bernardo Ohiggins#3850Teléfono/Phone :(56-2)3761750Atencion al público...
Sep 07, 2002

Tourist bus

Good alternative to get to know the town if you do not speak spanish and have short time to spend in Santiago.
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Jan 05, 2016

Empresas de Buses Interurbanos...

Empresas de Buses Interurbanos todo Chile/Interurban Bus Enterprises all ChilePULLMAN BUS
Sep 07, 2002
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"a great place"
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Travel to Mendoza from Santiago

I really enjoyed the drive between Mendoza and Santiago and think it is a very scenic trip. We did it in our own car and I know that all we had to do was purchase travel insurance just before the...
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Trips Outside of Santiago

I am living in Chile currently (but am not Chilean) and I really love this place. I wouldn't leave it off any itinerary to South America. What I would recommend to travellers trying to decide where to...
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Turistik Bus Tours

I have been asked by VT visitors to Santiago for information on city tours. In terms of tours this is a relatively new thing to Santiago. There is a company I have seen driving double decker buses...
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Selva Viva

On the school holidays I decided to take my kids to Selva Viva as I had passed by the locale inside Parque Araucano on a number of occasions and I thought it might be an interesting activity for...
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Palacio Cousino

Palacio Cousiño is a beautiful mansion; it belongs to Family Cousiño, one of the richest families of Chile. This ancient building is open to the public, and there you can find furniture, finery,...
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Torre Entel

Santiago Landmark along Alameda. This tower can serve as a landmark to navigate by. It was built in 1974 as a TV antenna tower and was at the time the tallest structure in Santiago at 418 feet. ...
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