Santiago, the cosmopolitan capital of Chile with its approximately 7 million inhabitants is the most important city in the country. Located in the middle of the Andes, this peculiar city has winter temperatures that range between 0 and 15 degrees, with an incredibly snowy environment, conducive to winter sports and snow watching, and in the summer between 15 and 35 degrees, with vineyards full of life (it is always worth knowing a vineyard).
With the nightlife concentrated in some bohemian districts of the city, Santiago “tells a story” in each of its districts. Some are very old and artisan, while others, modern, are filled with restaurants, shopping malls, bars and cafes.
In Santiago, be sure to visit the Palacio de La Moneda, the Plaza de Armas, the Central Market, Santa Lucía and San Cristóbal Hills and the Sky Costanera with its impressive panoramic views of Santiago and the surrounding areas.
It is a city to live 365 days a year.