Chile Tips

SANTA RITA TOUR!

A trip around the History of Chile and its Wine. A guided tour trough the vineyards, starting at the winerys and finishing at the wine bottling process. Visit the historic Bodega 1 made of “cal y canto” and the famous “Bodega de los 120 patriotas”, nowadays, a national treasure. The tour finishes with an amazing wine tasting moment of our Aged Wines.
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Ask in our Inftour
Source: Santa Rita

VIÑA MATETIC

In the San Antonio Valley, located a few kilometers from the sea and the coastline of cities such as Viña and Valparaíso. After 20 years, the Matetic family has managed to position itself with high-quality wines from organic and biodynamic vineyards. Viña Matetic, located more specifically in a sub valley called Rosario, proposes to discover its landscapes, wines, biodynamic philosophy and, above all, to live a personalized and high-quality experience.

Where?
Hernando de Aguirre 414 Providencia, Casablanca.

More Info?
Matetic

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ALDEA NATIVA

We are a store, cafeteria and restaurant that seeks to create a healthy meeting and exchange space. We want to deliver a complete space, where you can come to share and enjoy rich and nutritious meals and make your purchases of organic and natural products.

Where?
Tobalaba 1799, Providencia.

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VIÑA VIK

Nothing says luxury quite like Viña Vik, nestled amongst the rolling hills of Millahue, which is known by locals as the ‘place of gold’, so-called for its nature, diversity, beauty, and of course, the gold that was found here.

Where?
San Vincente, Millahue.

More Info?
Vik

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LA SEBASTIANA

La Sebastiana is one of the three houses – along with La Chascona in Santiago and the Casa de Isla Negra – that were owned by the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Located in Valparaíso, on Cerro Florida, it stands out for the beauty of its construction and its magnificent view of the bay. Like the other two, it was converted into a museum managed by the Neruda Foundation.

Where?
La Sebastiana

More Inf0?
Fundación Neruda

Source: Fundación Neruda

BAR BERRI!

Bar Berri is a classic of the Lastarria neighborhood. This place is located in El Rosal street and stands out for its antique furniture and for being very beautiful. Among the specialties of the house, fried pine pies, hamburgers and craft beers are recommended.

Where?
Rosal 321, Santiago.

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PATIO DIVAN!

A great cheap and cheerful bar that has a selection of variations of the pisco sour – we recommend the ginger and honey pisco sour. As you walk past the kitchen you will no doubt smell the whiffs of delicious food, tempting you to dine out on the patio as well as take advantage of their affordable drinks.

Where?
José Victorino Lastarria 202, Santiago.

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RAPA NUI!

This authentic local spot, named after the indigenous Rapa Nui tribe of Easter Island, attracts a lively and diverse crowd in the Providencia neighborhood. Though their sandwiches are tasty, this establishment is best known for its bartender’s heavy pour. The bar serves up the strongest piscolas in the city.

Where?
José Manuel Infante 1397, Providencia.

Source: TCP

SANTUARIO EL CAÑI

Catch a view of four different Chilean volcanoes at the El Mirador lookout in Sanctuario El Cañi. This 1,500 acre nature preserve is located 13 miles east of Pucón, one of southern Chile’s leading cities for adventure tourism.

Where?
Santuario el Cañi

More Info?
Santuario el Cañi

PAN DE AZUCAR NATIONAL PARK

This gorgeous natural park located on Chile’s northern coast is an often overlooked destination among Chileans. Pan de Azúcar National Park is ideal for spotting local wildlife like the guanaco, a llama-like camelid. Over 27 types of cacti can be found in the coastal desert park, which offers a stunning view of the ocean.

Where?
Pan de Azucar

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MAC SANTIAGO

Chile’s contemporary art museum, operated by the University of Chile’s Arts Faculty, has two different locations, each with their share of contemporary Chilean and international artwork.  Both museum locations host interesting public cultural events like concerts and book launch parties. Check the museum’s calendar to see if any events pique your interest.

Where?
MAC

More Info?
MAC

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RENDE BU

Among the fairy lights and foliage is Rende Bu, a cool comfortable café that catches the sun for a couple of hours around midday. Whether you’re needing a shot of caffeine or a healthy juice, take some time to relax and enjoy your surroundings. Both the pink lemonade, and orange, ginger, and carrot juice are a tasty alternative to coffee.

Where?
Av. Italia 1609, Santiago.

Source: The Culture Trip

CAFE ATRIL

Bask in the sunshine outside this quaint white-and-yellow building, kids can play on the chalk boards while you natter away, watching the day fly by. It’s highly advisable getting a chai latte here—there aren’t many places that do it and it’s scrumptious!

Where?
Av Italia 1468, Providenica.

Source: The Culture Trip

JARDIN SECRETO

If you can find the secret garden, you’re in for a treat. This quaint little coffee shop provides the perfect surroundings for a relaxing afternoon, with pleasant smells wafting, luring you into having breakfast, lunch, or onces (Chilean teatime).

Where?
Av. Italia 1195, Providencia.

Source: The Culture Trip

CAFÉ GUDELIA!

Visit Barrio Italia’s brand new café—it is an absolute treat. From mouth-watering homemade menu del dias to their gorgeous-looking array of cakes, they will have you salivating in no time. You can even catch a yoga class in this work space, so you already have the perfect afternoon planned!

Where?
Av. Condell 1052, Providencia.

Source: The Culture Trip

CAFE SURVENIR

In this souvenir shop you will find fresh products and cuisine inspired by the South, as well as the owner’s grandmother’s recipes. If you haven’t found quite what you’re looking for to place on the mantelpiece, you’d better top up with caffeine before returning to the shops along Caupolicán.

Where?
Av. Italia 1489, Providencia.

Source: The Culture Trip

CAFE SILVESTRE

This up-cycled bistro brings together the charm of a well-loved garden shed and mismatched furniture, giving it many adorable characteristics. The food here is highly recommended, whether you’re scrambling out of bed for a hearty brunch or you’re visiting to taste the acclaimed best menu del dia in Barrio Italia.

Where?
Caupolicán 511, Providencia.

Source: The Culture Trip

RIO PAINE WATERFALL!

From this waterfall located in the Torres del Paine park, you can see the Torres, three striking hills formed by granite-shaped rocks that gave the name to the Park. Climbers from all over the world come every year to the park to try to reach their summits by climbing their vertical walls, with interesting degrees of difficulty. Their names D ‘Agostin , central and Monzino.

Where?
Torres del Paine

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AZUL PROFUNDO!

In the heart of Bellavista you can eat fresh fish while surrounded by art and poetry, Azul Profundo’s interiors having a similar theme to Pablo Neruda’s coastal houses. Why not taste some of the delicious local fish, including ceviche, chupes,  locos, and machas a la parmesana.

Where?
Calle Constitucion 111, Bellavista.

More Info?
Azul Profundo

Source: TCT

AMADEUS!

This place is a great choice not only for its pizza menu, but also for inventive salads, tasty piadinas and an extensive dessert list. Expect Napoletana-style pizzas with a huge selection of vegetarian and meat toppings.

Where?
Bustamante 50, Providencia.

More Info?
Amadeus

Source: TCT