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3.5/5Good!(8 area reviews)
Noted for its museums and art galleries, there's plenty to explore in Downtown Santiago. Top attractions like Palacio de la Moneda and Plaza de Armas are major draws, and you can hop on the metro at Toesca Station or O'Higgins Park Station to see more of the city.
3.5/5Good!(5 area reviews)
Streets lined with murals, boutique shops, a lively nightlife, a picturesque urban park and a hilltop lookout make this one of Santiago’s most exciting neighborhoods.
4.5/5Wonderful!(11 area reviews)
Visit this central Santiago neighborhood to relax on the lawns of Forest Park, eat in one of its many restaurants and browse weekend antique fairs.
4.5/5Wonderful!(4 area reviews)
Museums, coffee shops and historical sites are just a few things travellers like about Bellas Artes. Sights like Forest Park and National Archive are spots to explore, and you can get around the greater Santiago area at Bellas Artes Station.
Reviewed on 24 Mar 2020
Travellers to Santiago give high marks for the abundant cafes, fascinating museums and local tours. Urban and cultural, this city will delight tourists with its live music, shopping and festivals. Top sights in the city include San Cristobal Hill, Costanera Center and Santiago Town Square.
Known for its live music, museums and festivals, the city's cultural venues include Museum of Chilean Precolombian Art, Plaza Nunoa and Museum of Memory and Human Rights. Attractions like Chilean National Zoo, Fantasilandia and KidZania Santiago are fun for kids of all ages. The city is notable for landmarks like Santiago Town Square, Plaza de la Constitucion and Plaza de Armas.
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Other favourite sights in Santiago include San Cristobal Hill, Costanera Center and Palacio de la Moneda.
With so many transport options, seeing Santiago is easy. Walk to nearby metro stations such as Salvador Station, Manuel Montt Station and Baquedano Station. If you want to venture outside the area, hop on a train at Santiago Central Station.