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Santiago & Winery Tour

Santiago & Winery Tour Packages
Country: Chile
City: Santiago
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Wine Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

Visit The Capital of Chile and ge to know a bit more about one of the most important Products in the country, the wine.


Day 1 International Flight

Arrival in Santiago, transfer to the hotel.

Pm Santiago City Tour

City tour in Santiago visiting the main tourist attractions, such as the old district, Club Hípico, San Francisco church built between 1572 and 1618. Government Palace, Main square, Central Post office, Santa Lucía Hill founded in 1541, majestically located in the center of the city. The trip follows San Cristóbal Hill where a panoramic view of Santiago city is appreciated. In the end, we will visit the most modern district in the city. Overnight in Santiago.

Day 2 HD Wine Tour in Santiago

Half-Day Wine tour in Santiago. Visit one of the most important wineries in the country, Chile is known worldwide for its fine quality wines which are sold all over the world. Have an interesting tour learning a bit more about the processing. Tasting included. Return to the hotel, the rest of the day free. Overnight in Santiago. (B)

Day 3

Transfer from your Hotel to the airport to catch your next flight.

Regular Group Tour

Min 02 People

Tour Package Includes:

Touristic Transportation

Bilingual Guide

Wine Tour Fee

Wine Tasting

2 Nights STD DBL Room

Prices based on DBL Room

More About Santiago City:

Santiago is now a thriving metropolis dotted with fine eateries and top-class hotels. It is the only city in the world that offers skiing high up in the majestic Andes, followed a mere 90 minutes later by walks on the beach and surfing in the Pacific Ocean.

The name of "Santiago" originates in the name chosen by the Spanish conqueror, Pedro de Valdivia, when founded the city in 1541. Valdivia honored James the Great, the patron saint of Spain. In the Spanish language, the name of this saint is rendered in different ways, as Diego, Jaime, Jacobo, or Santiago; the latter is derived from the Galician evolution of Vulgar Latin Sanctu Iacobu. There is no indigenous name for the area occupied by Santiago; Mapuche language uses the name "Santiaw" as an adaptation of the Spanish name of the city.

Guests visiting the Chilean capital are in for a heady mix of exclusive boutiques, sprawling shopping centers, magnificent architecture, and discerning residential areas.

Explore the wonders of this vibrant city and discover its museums, theatres, art galleries, fine dining options, nightlife, bustling markets, grand architecture, and more.

Situated about 45 minutes west of Santiago, the Casablanca Valley is Chile's preeminent cool-climate wine region. It's here where you can literally breathe in the smells of Sauvignon Blanc and the Pacific Ocean.

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