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GABRIELA MISTRAL SQUARE!!

The Gabriela Mistral Square is located in the Tupahue sector of the Metropolitan Park of Santiago, next to the Mapulemu Garden. It was designed in 1968 by the architect Federico Assler and the sculptor Maria Martner, which stands out for its mosaics and floating stones that allude to animal shapes.

Where?
Parque Metropolitano de Santiago
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JUAN FERNANDEZ ISLANDS!!

The Juan Fernández Islands are a sparsely inhabited island group reliant on tourism and fishing in the South Pacific Ocean. Situated 670 km off the coast of Chile, they are composed of three main volcanic islands: Robinson Crusoe, Alejandro Selkirk and Santa Clara. They are considered part of Insular Chile and they are one of the most beautiful islands of the country!!

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Juan Fernández

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EL HOYO RESTAURANT!!

By far one of the most iconic restaurants of Santiago, El Hoyo offers the most typical Chilean food coronated with his classic “Terremoto”. Place of meeting of all social classes, the Hoyo its proud to say that is the place where it created the “Terremoto”. If you want to try the original drink, it`s where you have to go!

Where?
San Vicente 375, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

LA CASA VIEJA RESTAURANT!!

Today, with 25 years of experience, La Casa Vieja is a classic in the Chilean cuisine, always innovating in recipes and expanding the offer to satisfy its customers. With braziers to warm the winter days, background tones and adobe dining rooms, pig legs, casseroles, empanadas, and a lot more.

Where?
Av. Manuel Montt 1631, Providencia
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La casa Vieja

CEMENTERIO GENERAL DE SANTIAGO!!

The Cementerio General de Santiago, Chile is one of the largest cemeteries in Latin America with an estimated 2 million burials. O’Higgins set aside more than 85 hectares of land for the foundation of what became a magnificent grounds filled with ornate mausoleums surrounded by palm and leaf trees the cemetery serves as a true urban park for Santiago.

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Cementerio General

COLCHAGUA VALLEY – VIU MANENT + LAPOSTOLLE

One of the most important valleys in the production of fine wines in the southern hemisphere. It is characterized as an area of beautiful scenery. Through the tour, you will visit the charming Lapostolle winery and hold a beautiful carriage ride through the Viu Manent winery and wine valley. Santa Cruz will have two hours for lunch and / or visit the Colchagua Museum, one of the best private museums in the world.

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MESTIZO!!

Located at the northern entrance of the Parque Bicentenario in Vitacura, the restaurant Mestizo is specialized in contemporary versions of traditional dishes of Chilean cuisine, with influences on Mediterranean cuisine. Opened in 2007, it has an amazing architectonic and landscaping project, authored by the Chilean architect Smiljan Radic, one of the first to gain international projection.

Where?
Parque Bicentenário – Av. Bicentenario 4050, Bairro Vitacura.

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Mestizo

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JEWEL OF INDIA!!

One of the most popular restaurants in Santiago, Jewel of India is all about the distinct savor of Indian Cuisine and takes respect for the customer as it guiding philosophy. Distinguished for two years in a row by TripAdvisor`s, the restaurant is unquestionably the perfect choice for anyone who wishes to enjoy some typical Indian food in Chile`s Capital.

Where?
Av. Manuel Montt 1007, Providencia, Región Metropolitana.

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NAOKI RESTAURANT!!

Just a few steps from El Mañío is located Naoki restaurant. The place is small, decorated with gray tones, old woods and light bulbs with copper tubes, giving the feeling of being underground. The space is sober, very delicate and cozy. In Naoki you can sit at the bar and see Marcos Baeza, owner and chef of the best Japanese restaurant in Santiago.
Where?
Av Vitacura 3875, Vitacura.

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THE MILLENNIAL LARCH!!

Immersed in the Cordillera de la Costa in the commune of La Union and within the National Park Alerce Costero, is the oldest tree in Chile and South America, the Millennial Larch 3,500 years old and whose trunk has 4, 26 m in diameter and 11 m in height. To reach the tree you must make a walk of 2.5 km along a path between cinnamons and coihues of between 300 and 1,000 years.

Where?
Parque Nacional Alerce Costero

CAPE HORN!!

Cape Horn marks the very end of the world as we know it – the next stop is the alien, polar world of the Antarctic. The Cape is the most rugged part of the windswept lands of Tierra del Fuego and can be visited in four different ways: On an adventure cruise, From the air – by plane, As part of a sailing trip, By kayak. Are you adventurous enough to arrive in this part of the world?

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OSAKA RESTAURANT!!

Osaka offers a tour of the most intense and innovative flavors, transformed into a unique experience. The highest exponent of the author’s kitchen. Fusion Nikkei and the best classic sushi, in generous portions with a perfect setting, in a warm, colorful, elitist atmosphere with a personalized service that fascinates our customers every night.

Where?
Isidora Goyenechea 3000, Las Condes.

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DIENTES DE NAVARINO!!

The Dientes de Navarino (or ‘Navarino Teeth’), located on Navarino Island, are peaks which get their get name from the jaw full of teeth which they resemble. Although perhaps one of the less well known places for trekking, there are many hikes available to see the teeth and you don’t require a permit to visit them. You’re likely to see guanacos (belonging to the llama family), blue lakes and verdant forests.

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NORTH PATAGONIAN ICE CAP!!

Patagonia’s highest mountain, Monte San Valentin, sits in the midst of the North Patagonian IceCap at just over 4,000m. The IceCap also feeds dozens of glaciers, many of which are accessible by boat or a multi-day trek. Here you can experience Patagonia’s glaciers in absolute peace and solitude.

Where?
Monte San Valentín

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RESERVA CERRO CASTILLO!!

Located south of Coyhaique, this National Reserve is found in the Aysen Region and offers arguably some of the best hiking in the region. Whilst exploring the reserve you can enjoy some wonderful wild landscapes, where nature truly is preserved; on any of the trails through the park you will be taken through farms and forests, discovering lakes and glaciers, all the while surrounded by the striking mountains.

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Cerro Castillo

CHILOE NATIONAL PARK!!

Chiloé National Park is a national park, located on the western coast of Chiloe Island. It encompasses an area of 430.57 km2 divided into two main sectors: the smallest, called Chepu, is in the commune of Ancud, whereas the rest, called Anay, is in the communes of Dalcahue. For sure one of the most beautiful parks in Chile.

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Chiloe

BAR & RESTAURANT THE SINGULAR!!

The Executive Chef, Laurent Pasqualetto, together with a team of professionals, surprise us with preparations that follow techniques from France but implemented with local produce from our country. A unique and memorable sensorial experience.

Where?
Merced 294, Santiago.

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QUITRALCO!!

Quitralco is a fjord in Chile’s XI Region of Aysén. The fjord is a glacial basin surrounded by mountains. Due to the dense vegetation, the area has hardly been explored. The water has a relatively low salinity level, thanks to the amount of fresh water entering the sea from the surrounding mountainsides. The beauty of this places speaks for itself.

Where?
Quitralco

JARDIN MALLINKRODT!!

Located in the heart of Bellavista, Jardin Mallinkrodt has just opened its doors, a new cool patio-bar that promises to become the gastronomic hit of this year. In an area of 600 square meters, four great food trucks operate all day long with a great bar from where they dispatch fresh cocktails and eight kinds of craft beers.

Where?
Mallinkrodt 170, Providencia.

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PATAGONIA PARK!!

Located in the Chacabuco Valley in the Aysen region of Chile, Patagonia Park protects an abundance of Patagonian Steppe grasslands, peaks and wildlife. Originally Chacabuco Valley was one of the largest sheep ranches in the region, now, nearly 200,000 acres of land are protected. There are many ways to explore the Patagonia Park, with options for day hikes, overnight hikes, bird watching, mountain biking, fishing and kayaking.

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Patagonia

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