Capital of the Republic of Chile, Santiago is the cultural, administrative, financial and the most important and largest city of the country as well.
Also known by the name of Greater Santiago, is located in the Maipo Valley, boxed in the Cordillera de la Costa to the west and cords Angostura Chacabuco to the north and south respectively. The Andes mountains framing the city ends in the east.
Santiago de Chile has a Mediterranean-type climate. These issues have created a modern metropolis full of life at any time of year.
Santiago of Chile has been chosen to design the major conferences in Latin America, has an extensive transport system connecting the various parts of the city. Santiago's subway is one of the most modern subway system in the world. In addition, we have recently implemented a new program, known as Transantiago, renewing the entire fleet of urban buses. Added to this, has 210 miles of urban freeways that run through the city connecting the downtown shopping areas and suburbs.
Northwest of the city is international airport Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez, who receives many flights from other countries and tourists. The terrestrial gateways are often used to access the capital of Chile are Panamericana Route 5 North and South, Route 68 for access from the coast and also the Autopista del Sol from Argentina arrive in Santiago is achieved through the route International 57, after passing through the Los Libertadores pass. Many buses arrive at the Santiago metropolitan station while the trains arrive at Estación central of Santiago.
The city of Santiago has several hotels, restaurants and cultural life. There are about 40 galleries and 30 museums of various styles to be visited. In tourism, its center is the meeting point for all visitors. The palace La Moneda, Plaza de Armas, the cathedral San Francisco, Pre-Columbian Art Museum are the busiest places. The Bellavista bohemian neighborhood stands out for its fine dining, art galleries, pubs and houses of renowned writers. Other neighborhoods that look modern buildings and a quiet environment are Las Condes and Providencia where Meridiano Sur, Petit Hotel is. If you want to visit the Cerro San Cristobal where you will get a beautiful panoramic view of al the city and visit the zoo you can walk a few blocks from our hotel.
Lovers of good Chilean wines can make visits to the country's biggest winery, located a few kilometers from the city, in the valleys surrounding Santiago.
Also, its proximity to the Andes enables visitors to enjoy winter sports: the ski resorts of Valle Nevado, La Parva, Farallones, El Colorado and Lagunillas are very close, with excellent connections to feel the powder.
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