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#1 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
From the top of the cable car it is an easy walk to the Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception, with the beautiful gardens in front of the statue and a very peaceful atmosphere.
Take the winding path up past the stages of the cross, with beautiful background music for a leisurely walk to the church, which is unusual for the sculptured relief decorating the inside of its walls.
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#2 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Its fantastic the view that you have from all Santiago City, you can see the mounts so close and with snow on the top, and also nearly all the city and beautiful green streets , and the flowers this time were superb
Lovely modern design building and tallest tower in south America .. amazing views of Santiago Vitacura and the hall city and surrounding landscape of the Andes mountains .
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#3 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Each has its unique character and the entire plaza is complemented by the temporary art installations, fountains and sculptures that are sprinkled throughout.
Fantastic spot for an evening jaunt with a great selection across restaurants and bars with a sprinkling of gift stores - plus a late night McDonald's in case the night turns into day while you're here.
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#4 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
A fantastic hill in the middle of the city that gives you panoramic views of the city.. Castle , fountains and old arts with amazing walkways to the top give you a nice experience while viewing aroud the city from...
A real gem in hidden in this lovely city, great walking paths with very interesting architecture, beautiful water feature when you stumble across it while exploring....little up & down walking stairs etc. but well...
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#5 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Nestled in the postcard Andean landscape on the outskirts of Santiago, the Temple of Bahá’í boasts serene gardens, stunning city views, an architectural dome marvel temple and a quiet peaceful paradise!
Outside, a simple and beautiful native garden surrounds the temple, beyond which are amazing views of the whole city, as well as the Andes Mountains which soar beyond.
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#6 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Awesome walk up to the Statue Christobal took approx 1 hour at a steady pace Great views on the way Long lines o get up on cable car so walked Funicular ride down
The Santuario de la Inmaculada Concepcion is known for its beautiful panoramic view of Santiago from the church that sits on top of the hill.
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#7 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
It's surroundings have plenty of restaurants, cinema, bars, theatres, and Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center, wher you could enjoy exhibitions of art, music concerts, performances, and cafe and restaurants in the bu...
This “barrio” is home to dozens of good restaurants, bars, boutique hotels, art galleries, the Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral (which in itself is great), bookstores, and -if you are visiting on weekends with goo...
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#8 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
#9 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
It's old, it's ostentatious, it's quiet and lovely and full of marbled carving and sculptures, paintings and altars to the saints... Worth a visit just to feel the quiet hush.
... "ornate ceiling" with various geometric patterns & colorful paintings and also to look up above both sides of the isle right below that long ceiling where on each side is a long row of "golden statues" of saints.
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#10 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
You can enjoy browsing through antique shops, have lunch or dinner in a nice cozy restaurant, and finish the day having a drink at one of the jazz clubs in the area
Very centrally located you can take the metro/ subway to the Santa Isabel station, and from there after a quick 2-3 blocks walk, you enter the Barrio.
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#11 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
The neighborhood is base of several hotels and some taxi stations to move around the city, it is close to the metro station Tobalaba as well so it is great to live or to work, I was living there for work and the z...
Not as crowded as the city center area.
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#12 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Well worth the visit and make sure you go to the top open air section of the tower to get the best views.
The views are spectacular, you get a true sense of the size of Santiago.
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#13 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
The bases of the statues of saints were plastered with messages thanking them for their intercession in dealing with various personal challenges and tragedies.
Its in the down town area, with a huge garden with many statues in front of it.
#14 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Beautifully kept stone church and colonial museum, where you will find 54 paintings on the life of San Francisco.
Small church but with a great architecture and atmosphere - a pearl in the middle of a busy downtown - don’t miss it!
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#15 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
With its many impressive buildings, my favorite pizzeria anywhere, and well supplied wine shop, strolling on Isidora Goyenechea is always a fun experience.
Fun walk down a busy, safe street with hotels, restaurants and bars.
#16 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
A very nice cultural center, just south of the Palacio de la Moneda, the palace of the Chilean government, with museums, theaters, libraries, design, cinema, art, history, Chilean crafts, good restaurants and cafes.
Setting is very nice and apart from exhibitions there are nice cafes and a great craftsmanship shop with artesian textiles and other objects.
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#17 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
... easy stroll in the afternoon or cultural expeditions as the La Chascona (Pablo Neruda's Santiago house), the Cerro San Cristobal including the old Funicular and many other sights are located right in this area.
Our introduction to this old & colourful part of the city was on a bike tour, the perfect way to travel the many streets of historic houses and vibrant street art, including the home of Pablo Naruda.
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#18 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
#19 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
In some areas the graves are stacked metres high in multistory "highrise" graves whereas in the more affluent areas, the mausoleums are ornate and richly decorated with bronze and stone statues and beautifully lai...
This cemetery is well worth visiting for the history, beautiful architecture and mausoleums and the opportunity to learn about Chilean leaders.
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#20 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Great tour for history lovers .... as you walked around the exterior courtyards and several interior rooms, the guide provided lots of summary information about Chilean history, important figures and the building...
La Moneda interesting his architecture, patio los naranjos park, president offices visit, the fabulous change of guard parade around the building in Constitution park at 10 AM, The fantastic Art museum behind.
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#21 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
#22 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Along the way you will see turrets, statues, cannons, lizards, birds, stone entranceways, grand fountains, dungeons, castle walls, buildings, and trees.
It's a lovely building that offers a great view to the City, and the climb to get there is full of pretty spaces to rest.
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#23 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
Lots of beautiful architecture to see, very pleasant tree lined cobblestone streets to walk with many little shops, restaurants, hotels and the like in this area.
Beautiful old homes, now offices, cobblestone streets, this is worth the short walk if you are near La Moneda or plaza de Armas.
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#24 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
The plaza is where you can find locals taking casual walks and simply absorbing every ounce of historical architecture in the buildings that line it.
The square is nice, with some important statues in.. and surrounded with important govement buildings, including the Presidential palace
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#25 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
It is one of the biggest squares in Santiago and you can see street artists, painters, some historical buildings and enjoy some relaxing time among the trees in the park
Wow - this is a fantastic place to people watch, museums, Cathedral, restaurants and statues with people of all types.
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#26 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
A grand building with great marble sculptures, amazing art both modern and old.
I fell in love with this stunningly beautiful building, and returned twice (admission is free) to admire it inside and out.
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#27 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
On the one end of the fountain is a statue of a naked man with a nymph of some-kind on his shoulder and on the other far end is a large stainless-steel sculpture looking like a Supersonic-Jet soaring into the skies.
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#28 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
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#29 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
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#30 of 221 Sights & Landmarks in Santiago
When you exit this exhibition centre you are confronted with one of the most beautiful sights ever especial-lii in winter, in the distance is the Andes range of mountains covered in pure-white snow, so awesome!......
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