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Sky Costanera

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Sky Costanera

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Avenida Andres Bello 2425 Entrada por Nivel Planta Baja, Santiago 7510689 Chile
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Small-Group Cajón del Maipo Full-Day Tour and Picnic
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Small-Group Cajón del Maipo Full-Day Tour and Picnic

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Though undeniably beautiful, the Embalse El Yeso reservoir in Cajon del Maipo is notoriously difficult to access. Visit as part of a guided tour from Santiago to let an experienced driver handle the pot-holed road while you admire spectacular views of the Andes Mountains. This small-group tour is limited to just 13 people or fewer—the perfect size for enjoying your picnic lunch and a bottle of wine upon arrival.
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Sachin K wrote a review Nov 2020
Plainview, New York5,756 contributions15,952 helpful votes
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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.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ryan wrote a review May 2020
Winter Park, Florida1 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.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Voyagearoundtheworld wrote a review Apr 2020
Berlin, Germany523 contributions1,212 helpful votes
This is a must visit in Santiago de Chile. From the top of the tallest tower in latin america you have the best possible view of the city and surrounding mountains. There are a couple of levels you can go to and enjoy the view. On the top level there is no ceiling so you look right into the sky.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ljm49 wrote a review Apr 2020
Hamilton, Canada41 contributions31 helpful votes
We had a beautiful day for this excursion and could see the whole city. We went up on the Sky ride and then continued to the other side for the Funicular. Once we finished the Hop On Bus on the other side we went back up on the funicular and continued back down to the city on the Sky ride. No wait times for these but we did have to wait quite a while for the buses. Was a great way to get a good overview of the city on our first day there.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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rssealing wrote a review Apr 2020
London, United Kingdom42 contributions35 helpful votes
Went to the sky costanera when in Santiago recently. we went around midday and there were no queues. It was a beautiful day and the views were amazing. We had a drink in the cafe and went right up to the top into the outdoors. A great way to spend a few hours.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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