On this tour you will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding about the southernmost capital of the world, Santiago de Chile.
We pick you up at 8:30 a.m. from your hotel or accommodation in Santiago, following in the footsteps of the founder of Chile and Santiago, the Spanish conquistador Don Pedro de Valdivia. You'll next head to Cerro Santa Lucia (by the Plaza de Armas) and visit a metropolitan cathedral, which will give you an initial look at the origins and development of this beautiful city.
Next, you'll walk through the downtown until you reach the Government Palace La Moneda, known worldwide for the military coup suffered in 1973. At this point, you will find the vehicle and go to the bohemian neighborhoods, Lastarria and Bellavista, to walk along its colorful streets.
You will end your visit in the most affluent areas of the metropolis, Providencia, Lastarria, and Vitacura. Then we will go to the Equestrian Club (1869) and we will finish the tour at one of these points or return to your hotel.