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Santiago: Small-Group Foodies and Sights Walking Tour

by Urban Adventures
per traveller Price is CA $103
Duration: 4h Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Cultural & culinary immersion into Chile’s capital city

  • Stunning blend of old & new architecture of La Alameda area

  • Fresh produce & typical Chilean dishes at Mercado Central

  • Taste two traditional Chilean dishes

  • Get the best view of Santiago with a trip up the Funicular

Highlights

  • Cultural & culinary immersion into Chile’s capital city

  • Stunning blend of old & new architecture of La Alameda area

  • Fresh produce & typical Chilean dishes at Mercado Central

  • Taste two traditional Chilean dishes

  • Get the best view of Santiago with a trip up the Funicular

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10:00 AM, Tour in English, includes Food Only

Duration 4h

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is CA $102.04, taxes included

No booking or credit card fees

Santiago: Small-Group Foodies and Sights Walking Tour

Activity Location

Santiago

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • La Moneda

    Plaza de la Constitucion

    Santiago


Description

Meet your guide at La Moneda in the Plaza de la Constitucion, a popular and iconic local gathering place, and head to the neighbourhood of La Alameda, distinguished by its gorgeous architecture that blends the new and old. Explore what’s considered the heart and soul of Santiago, where the city first started, and snap photos of sights like Plaza de Armas as you get a feel for what makes this city so great.

Our first stop will be at one of the best local restaurants we know, who produce mouth-watering new Chilean cuisine. The menu changes every day, so let us surprise you with your dishes!

From there, hop on the metro to travel like a local to the Mercado Central, which boasts some of the freshest produce in the country. Wander around the aisles and watch how locals shop and bargain for deals, testing your own negotiating skills if you’d like before your guide orders some typical Chilean dishes for you to try.

Next, make your way to La Vega Central, a market just on the other side of the Mapocho River that peddles just about everything you can imagine, from souvenirs to healing potions.

Our Santiago tour is then going onwards and upwards — literally! We’re taking the Funicular to the top of Cerro San Cristobal. At the top, you’ll have the best view of the city, so keep that camera handy. You’ll want to show off your awe-inspiring photos to everyone back home, right!

We’ll finish up our Santiago tour in the bohemian Bellavista neighbourhood. A place full of life and arts and crafts. Before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay.


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Santiago

  • 3 food samples

  • Public transport fees

  • Funicular entrance fee

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • Additional food and drink not listed as Inclusions


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 5 and younger are complimentary.

  • Maximum group size is 12 people.

  • Check in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

  • The funicular is closed on the the first Monday of each month, so if you takw the tour on that day, we willl take a bus to the top of the San Cristobal Hill instead.

  • On weekends we will not visit the San Cristobal Hill, because of the long lines (we could be waiting in line for up to 2 hours). Instead, we’ll take you to somewhere equally as col and trendy.


Santiago: Small-Group Foodies and Sights Walking Tour ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews

4.9 out of 5

5/5 Sep. 14, 2019

The small-group foodies and sights walking tour, was an absolutely wonderful experience. Our guide, Flo, was exceptional, friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating. We many tasted wonderful foods, and saw many interesting sight, as well as gaining insights into local live in Santiago. I've undertaken a number of walking tours in a variety of countries, and this one is up there amongst the very best. I highly recommend it.

4/5 Jan. 5, 2019

Max was a very friendly and informative tour guide and the food was good. But 3 things can be improved. 1. They should have told us not to eat breakfast. 2. The meeting instruction was not clear and when I called, the person answered the call said the phone number in Expedia was out of date for 4 years. 3. One person in the group got his wallet picked in the metro; the guide should have warned us about crowded subway.