Santiago and the Wine Region , Chile

Santiago and the Wine Region, Chile travel itineraries, things to do and places to stay.

The conquistador Pedro de Valdivia founded Santiago de Chile in 1541.

Leaving Cuzco, he traveled down the continent and gazed upon the valley at the point where the Mapocho and Maipo Rivers descend from the Andes on their journey to the Pacific Ocean.

Santiago Chile

Valdivia marked the center of colonial Santiago with the Plaza de Armas and his house was located where the central Post Office now stands. Today, this clean, tree-lined square is a haven for men, young and old playing chess together, shoe shiners, artists, and lovers.

Itineraries in Santiago and the Wine Region

Chilean Islands And Deserts

Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
From: $3,165.00
Visit two remote and fascinating destinations: the Atacama Desert and Easter Island

Easter Island And Patagonia

Duration: 11 days, 10 nights
From: $3,570.00
Discover the lost civilization of Easter Island and explore the unmatched beauty of Torres del Paine National Park

The Chile Natural Voyage

Duration: 14 days, 13 nights
From: $4,990.00
Explore the striking natural wonders and diverse landscapes along the spine of the Andes from the Atacama to the Lakes Region and Torres del Paine

Santiago, Wineries & The Coast

Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
From: $4,082.00
A cultural and capital city, verdant valleys, dramatic coastline - This tour focuses on central Chile: Santiago, the wineries of the Central Valley, Valapariso and Vina del Mar.

Chilean Patagonia - North & South

Duration: 9 days, 8 nights
From: $3,115.00
Explore Patagonia - northern and southern - on this spectacular trip. The Chile Lakes District in the north and Torres del Paine National Park in the south.

Lakes, Deserts and Wineries

Duration: 10 days, 9 nights
From: $7,260.00
Relais & Chateaux is offering a special package that features 3 of Chile's most spectacular areas: the Atacama Desert, the Chilean Lakes District and the central valley wine region.
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Memorize your passport number, as you will likely be asked for it on numerous occasions throughout your adventure.
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