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Street vendors and outdoor cafes ring this colorful downtown square, where you’ll also find the Natural History Museum and the magnificent cathedral.
Diverse food and a lively art scene make this neighborhood a favorite of locals. Take the funicular up San Cristobal Peak for a vista of the city.
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The Museum of Pre-Columbian Art displays sculpture, jewelry, pottery and much more from Maya, Inca and other cultures dating back thousands of years.
Alcohol and seat pockets are not your friends. Use this advice to avoid getting sick on a plane.
Dozens of wineries offer tastings in the Maipo Valley near Santiago, and in the Colchagua Valley, farther south. Go on your own or join a guided tour.
Find nature and lose the crowds in these urban oases.
Set in a historic 1872 building, the bustling Central Market teems with local produce and the diverse harvest of Chile’s long Pacific coastline.
When packing for your trip, don't overpack. Light travel is much more enjoyable. These travel tips help eliminate items you don't need to keep your luggage in check.
Sun-seekers from Santiago (and Argentina, too) head to this seaside town for its beach scene, vibrant nightlife and overall hedonistic atmosphere.
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