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  • Shopping (1396)
  • Great for Wine (1037)
  • Food (832)
  • Culture (663)
  • Museums (657)
  • Gourmet Food (606)
  • City Trip (497)
  • Restaurants (401)
  • Parks (378)
  • Architecture (320)

Santiago was highly rated for food by 68 guests from the United States!

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What makes the people from Santiago so friendly? Tell us your story.

Gloria, Canada

26 days ago Report

When we greet them they respond in courteous manners
especially people we encountered at the airport, hallways,taxis,etc. Pls . keep up the spirit as this is the overall reflection of the country itself to the outside world. We really appreciate your warmness not only to Cristian and staff but as well as to the others.

What makes Santiago one of those classic city-trip experiences?

Thijs, United States of America

7 days ago Report

It doesn't. The city of Santiago was not a great highlight of our trip, in part because we already had plans to go to the staples just outside of Santiago (wine country and Valpraiso) on our own.

How was the wine culture different than what you'd experience at home?

Fernando, Spain

29 days ago Report

On a trip to Concha y Toro vineyards, experienced the tasting of an extinct grape variety in the 19th century, which only survived in Chile: Carmenere

Why do you recommend Santiago for food?

Rebecca, United States of America

25 days ago Report

Every meal we ate was excellent and the regional dishes were exotic and tasty.

What's the number 1 reason to hit the slopes in Santiago?

Paul, United States of America

26 days ago Report

Even on a "busy" weekend, we felt like we had the mountain to ourselves compared to skiing in the U.S.

How can you get the most authentic cultural experience in Santiago?

Ricardo, Brazil

11 days ago Report

You can go tho Cerro Santa Lucía... From mon-fri, in the noon, you can see an actual fire of cannon from the top of the hill, in a little castle there. The view is amazing. And in the bottom there's one of the best cultural souvenir shops i've seen in Santiago.

What's the best way to make the most of Santiago by foot?

Megha, Singapore

27 days ago Report

Take a hotel in the city-centre. Santiago is a big place, but the main city-centre area is small enough to cover on foot. There's lots of parks, gardens, and hills, so enough places to get a respite from the sun, or a small siesta under the trees

Why do people recommend Santiago for the parks?

David, The United Kingdom

5 days ago Report

There are many large green spaces to access. Get a taxi to Parque Natural Aguas de Ramon for a nice days walking with a beautiful waterfall.

How can you enjoy the sights in Santiago while avoiding the crowds?

David, The United Kingdom

23 days ago Report

There are lots of things to see and do and it never seemed to be crowded anywhere - a very pleasant holiday. Taking the bus and the Metro near the apt was very easy and convenient.

Is Santiago the place to have a meal to remember? Tell us why.

Anonymous, Unknown location

5 days ago Report

Wir haben hervorragend incl.hervorragendem Wein und nicht zu teuer in der Av. Vitacura 3895 im Restaurant Miraoles Fisch gegessen.

What is it in Santiago that makes history come to life?

Jonathan, Canada

22 days ago Report

Chile has a rich history that includes significant Spanish influences (obviously) with a number of British and French influences as a result of Bernard O'Higgins' involvement in Chilean independance.

What did you discover about the museums in Santiago that wasn't in the guidebooks?

douglas, United States of America

19 days ago Report

Pre-Columbian museum is outstanding, the Belles Artes is rundown and a waste of time

What is it about the people in Santiago that makes them so watchable?

Leonard, United States of America

1 day ago Report

There are infinite types of folks here. And they seem very friendly.

Is there more to shopping in Santiago than just brand-name stores?

Anonymous, Unknown location

22 days ago Report

I suggest costanera mall and stores at isidora goyenechea.they have very classic and european clothes.
  • Alternative Culture 50 endorsements
  • 2 answers

What aspect of the culture in Santiago was so different than back home?

JOSLYN, Australia

24 days ago Report

Street Art, natural suburb where you can sample Chilean lifestyle alongside everyday people. You will benefit from learning basic Spanish before you visit. Very limited English is understood!
  • Culturally Diverse Food 116 endorsements
  • 2 answers

What's the secret to sampling all the diverse food Santiago has to offer?

Jonathan, Canada

22 days ago Report

You absolutely HAVE to do Peruvian food (for some reason Chileans love Peru) and sushi. All the fish for sushi in Japan come now from Chile (because of Fukushima), so the sushi down in Santiago is to die for.
  • Romantic 27 endorsements

Some say romance is dead; how does Santiago prove them wrong?

Justin, United States of America

17 days ago Report

If Paris is the city of love, Santiago is a close runner up. Seemed like everywhere you looked people were making out.
  • Walking 186 endorsements

Why do people say Santiago can be seen best by foot?

Rickey, Canada

2 days ago Report

Lots to see within walking distance of our hotel.
  • Restaurants 401 endorsements

Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?

Anonymous, Unknown location

22 days ago Report

My favourites are :Liguria,cafe torres,baco,delaostia
  • Shopping 1396 endorsements

Describe what other people like you would like about shopping in Santiago.

Zeynep Zerrin
Zeynep Zerrin, Turkey

20 days ago Report

Not safe to make shopping in Santiago. Do not use your credit cars in the shops

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