Most Bike Friendly City in Latin America? According to HostelBookers 2012, YES!
Let us show you WHY in our morning market route.
Where idiosyncrasy meets the hustle and bustle of local daily life. Fruit, vegetable and seafood markets, graffiti murals and Chile’s rich cultural and religious history are the focus of this energizing tour. This tour isn’t a lecture on Chilean culture. It’s a hands-on exploration of it through the eyes and ears of a local.
Our customers summarize this tour as one full of color and culture. Be sure to bring your camera for the most photogenic side of Santiago. Make sure to ask your guide for their favorite lunch special in the area, their favorite street art or to make you a reservation for a tour at the Pablo Neruda Museum, La Chascona in the afternoon.
Your experience includes:
1) Exploring the bohemian Bellavista neighborhood with a stop in front of the house of Chile’s most famous poet and cultural icon, Pablo Neruda, and a number of quick stops to appreciate the graffiti and architecture of this re-emerging area.
2) Exploring the bustling Patronato neighborhood with stops in the Korean and Middle Eastern districts to explain the waves of immigration into Santiago.
3) Discovering the largest fruit and produce market in Chile, La Vega Central, where we stroll through the isles to appreciate the colors and smells of native fruit and veggies. Who doesn’t like huge markets with unforgettable locals welcoming you?
4) Exploring the center of Santiago with stops at the Central Seafood Market , Plaza de Armas Square and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The Morning Market Route is a fantastic way to see why Santiago was named Best Travel Destination by New York Times in 2011 Travel section.
Min 3 people Max 12