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So we heard its a must to go to the palace, and recommended a week prior to book. With a month to go we read all the instructions and tried to book. Ahh but the web address is now different from the one needed (GOC)....More
There is nothing to see here and you will need only a couple of minutes to take photos and look around. The underground culture center is a joke as well: unless there is a small visiting exhibit there, you will find nothing but a couple...More
Cannot go inside. However, it is a good little square to take pictures and look around. Fairly interesting history to the building. I did not like the street dogs all fighting in the park being territorial. Just be heads up with that. Not sure why...More
The Moneda is a worthy stop for any travelers to Santiago’s downtown area. Most might only catch a glimpse of the building from the main thoroughfare, only to miss a grand plaza on the opposite side of the building. As others have noted, the Moneda...More
They say you can, but the part you can it is the litlle garden with no access to the house and it is expensive.
One cool thing to see it this the change of the gard every day at 11 I think.
But you dont...More
We stumbled across the changing of the guards when visiting La Moneda earlier today (do a Google search to find out scheduled times).
It was great to see. Well drilled soldiers, a good band, beautiful horses and great uniforms.
It sure beats the changing of...More