Full Santiago 4 days / 3 nights
Day 1 Santiago de Chile
Arrive in Santiago, Capitol of Chile. Transfer to the hotel. Afternoon half day city tour: visiting the main attractions of Santiago de Chile: Bernardo O´Higgins Avenue (also called “Alameda”), the Providencia District, the Cerro San Cristóbal, Metropolitano Park, Forestal Park, the Bellas Artes Museum, Armas Square with its cathedral, Town Hall of Santiago. The tour continues its way to the most antique area of Santiago, where there are amazing mansions of different styles. Return to the Hotel.
Day 2 Santiago de Chile
Breakfast at hotel and departure for a Half Day Wine Tour. Departure from Santiago heading west to meet the Casablanca Valley, the second wine valley closer to the capital of Chile. This valley is one of the most important in the Premium white wine production in Chile. Its climate conditions, specifically the valley’s shelter and the sea breeze coming from the coast, allow the worldwide known wine production.
During the morning, visit to the Indomita vineyard, with its large wine cellar and wineries( with tasting included). Later, arrival to Casas del Bosque vineyard, where with the assistance of the oenologist, we will visit the elaboration plant and its wine cellars in order to taste its delicious wines along with a lunch in the vineyard’s restaurant. Later, we will be able to visit the wine-shop to purchase wines and souvenirs, sometime at leisure before return to the hotel in Santiago.
Day 3 Santiago de Chile
Breakfast at hotel and Full day Valparaiso & Viña del Mar.
The historic city of Valparaíso is Chile’s oldest port. It is also home to the country’s Senate and Chamber of Deputies, which moved here from the capital in 1989, when Chilean democratic governance was re-established. The city’s many hills are covered with a multi-colored panorama of painted houses crowding every nook and cranny, ensuring a spectacular backdrop to your visit.
During your tour, you will see the historic city center, whose fine 19th-Century architecture provides good reason for its inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Then, you will travel to a view-point overlooking the city via one of Valparaíso’s signature funicular elevators, two dozen of which were built at the turn of the 20th Century to connect the upper and lower sections of the city. You will also visit the parliamentary building and Plaza Sotomayor’s memorial to the heroes of the War of the Pacific, before being returned to your hotel in Santiago.
Day 4 Santiago de Chile
Transfer to the airport to fly to the next destiny. End of our services.