Sky Costanera

Sky Costanera, Santiago: Hours, Address, Sky Costanera Reviews: 4.5/5

Sky Costanera
4.5
Lookouts • Observation Decks & Towers
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Experience Santiago highest viewing platform at the top of the tallest building in Latin America. SkyCostanera is the start point to know Santiago. SkyCostanera offers an exceptional experience, a panoramic view of the city in 360° at 300 meters high
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Neighborhood: Providencia
How to get there
  • Tobalaba • 7 min walk
  • Tobalaba • 7 min walk
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AliMark1990
Chelmsford, UK13 contributions
Visited first thing on a Thursday morning, worth noting that ticket prices are cheaper during weekdays when compared to the weekend
After purchasing our tickets and completing security checks we took the lift to the 61st floor of the tower. We have the entire deck to ourselves where we had uninterrupted 36 degree views across the entire City to the Andes. Being first thing in the morning there was still some mist around
Written April 24, 2022
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kpicharaa
Santiago, Chile36 contributions
Couples
If you want to see all of Santiago in one look, I recommend Sky Costanera. The 360 view allows seeing most of the city, and the space is set up as an interactive museum, where depending on the windo you stand you can listen to a short description of the main monuments you can see from that point.
I especially recommend being there slight before sunset, since you get a view of Santiago in the daytime, enjoy the sunset and view Santiago's night lights to top it off.
Written January 12, 2020
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EricsElectricEmpire
Tampa, FL21 contributions
Solo
Great views, especially on a clear day. You can see the Andes, the entire city, and even make out the Virgin Mary on top Cerro San Cristobal if you look closely. Reasonably priced compared to skyscraper observation decks around the world, experience was similar. Only thing is the elevator is quite slow compared to One WTC, Empire State, Burj Khalifa, etc.
Written January 10, 2022
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Ryan
Winter Park, FL1 contribution
Using the tower as a land mark, I had no problems finding the mall, but the actual elevator for the tower was a problem, but after I found it Maria was the first person I saw. She took a group of tourist up to the top of the deck; she then asked where everyone was from, I was the only American. She explained that she will do a tour in one language (french I believe) and another person did one in spanish. As I was the only english speaker I was kind of left to fend for myself.
I quickly noticed the floor of the deck had circles with different names, and is you stand on them you can hear an audio message; every so often the language of the message would change. After figuring that out I went to each circle and listened to what the message said. There aren't many markers to point out what some of the messages spoke about., but I did my best to guess which building or area the speaker was giving insight into.
After I was done with the messages and about to leave, Maria stopped me. She said she was looking for me to give me an english tour. I was shocked and promptly said yes. She asked for 5 mins to see if she could find any other english speakers to give the tour to. A few moments later she found me with 2 Chilean men who spoke a little english, they decided to work on their english by listening to the tour.
She then took me around and explained every significant spot we could see. I was quite impressed with the control of the english language. If you go, ask for Maria, she was help full with tips for, night time activities, the local eateries, beers, and parks. I really appreciated her taking the time to look for me and do a tour pretty much for me.
Written May 13, 2020
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Lynette R
Tasmania, Australia9 contributions
Definitely worth a visit, this well designed building provides a spectacular 360 degree view of the city with explanations of each aspect on the side panels between the windows. There is a restaurant and amenities available while at the top. The lift down stops inside the multi level shopping mall adding another dimension to the whole experience. The extent of the urban sprawl of the city just amazed me.
Written March 22, 2020
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Sachin K
Plainview, NY5,842 contributions
Family
Sky Costanera in Santiago is the tallest building in South America. It is located in the city center and can be viewed from almost anywhere around the city. Visit to the top of Sky Costanera at the Mirador is very highly recommended to get 360 degree views of the city and the surroundings.
Written November 29, 2020
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Giuseppe G
Taranto, Italy204 contributions
everyone travelling around santiago should spend one day here, and climb on the top to have a fantastic view of Santiago. the only bad thing is that you can notice also the smog covering Santiago, there's a layer on top the town they should take care of this too. ticket a little bit expensive but the view will pay the expense. i was lucky and in the afternoon there was a musician singing and a canteen offering chilean wines...beautiful experience
Written February 7, 2020
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David C
Ennis, Ireland1,943 contributions
Couples
One of the best tourist attractions in Santiago and the tallest building in South America. The lift to the observation floors takes only one minute and you walk out to a breathtaking 360 degree city vista. There was hardly anyone there during our visit and we took our time to walk around the two floors. We enjoyed a glass of wine at 300 bar and restaurant which had very friendly helpful staff.
Written January 9, 2020
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Jose F
3 contributions
We went to Sky Costanera on our first day. no queues, cheap, amazing views (some pollution/smog somewhat covering Andes which is apparently common)

The only slight negative is that the explanations of various buildings spread around the place do not actually show where the building/park/etc actually is. Given the size of the city and fact some places are hidden behind hills etc it can be a bit frustrating trying to find it

However overall this was perhaps the best observation tower we have ever been to- the height above the city, well organized, clean and even open to the sky at the very top...
Written February 3, 2020
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Jackson
Santiago, Chile54 contributions
The summit of Sky Costanera is a very fun activity to do in Santiago. I very much recommend to those interested in seeing Santiago. It costs about $20 USD and is a very quick activity. Recommend going at night or close to sunset!
Written May 9, 2022
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