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Santiago de Chile

Complete Santiago

from US$1,402

Travel from Miami now through November 30th, 2016.

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Day-01 Santiago

Arrival, reception and transfer to the hotel of your choice.

Overnight at selected hotel in Santiago.

Day-02 Santiago

Buffet breakfast.

Santiago is a cosmopolitan city that blends the oldness with modernity. We will show you the origins of our city and landmarks such as Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, the Post Office and the Municipality of Santiago. The tour will continue by the Government Palace and we will have the chance to walk through some of the most traditional streets and neighborhoods. Later we will go towards the east, where we’ll see modern buildings and how they have transformed the city. We end our tour at a craft store Faba where accompanied by a Pisco Sour, we will appreciate pieces of lapislazuli.

Overnight at selected hotel in Santiago.

Day-03 Santiago / Home

Buffet breakfast.
Transfer from hotel to Santiago airport

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