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Santiago Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Coffee, Markets, Street Food and San Cristobal Hill

Santiago Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Coffee, Markets, Street Food and San Cristobal Hill

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Experience the spectacular sights and sounds of Santiago like a true local on a cultural 6-hour private walking tour. Explore bespoke boutiques, vibrant food markets and intriguing neighborhoods as you stroll around the city with a knowledgeable guide. Savor the sublime flavors of freshly made street food and enjoy a national cocktail in an ambient bar, gaining insight into the country’s intriguing history and colorful culture as you wander.
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  • 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$190.66
Price varies by group size
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$190.66
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures

Chilean Foodie Experience With Locals

Chilean Foodie Experience With Locals

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Explore the delicious tastes and treats of Santiago during this full-day, guided food tour designed with culinary enthusiasts in mind. Head off the usual foodie trail to visit local restaurants, markets, and neighborhoods where ingredients are sourced. Taste the influence of Latin and global cultures on classic dishes and meet restauranteurs who will share old family recipes for you to taste.
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  • 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$90.00
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$90.00

Private Local Life and Markets by Bike

Private Local Life and Markets by Bike

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Getting off the beaten path to explore Santiago’s hidden gems is best done by bike, where you can see, smell and touch the wealth of the markets and interact with the locals.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$96.00
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$96.00
Price varies by group size

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Walking tour "Popular flavors of Chile"

During this tour we will visit the most typical and popular corners of Santiago, passing through its markets, colors and flavors that characterize our country and all the stories that characterize these neighborhoods so characteristic of Latin America. You can also taste two typical elements of our gastronomy, empanada and mote
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  • 2 to 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$35.20
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$35.20

Discover Santiago by food and foot

Discover Santiago by food and foot

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Is a different way to begin to discover the city of Santiago BY FOOD AND FOOT. "There is no better way to get the heart of any city than through its cuisine. And that means not just eating, but shopping for it, and cooking for it " words of Taylor Holliday at the New York Times. You will learnt to cook authentic Chilena dishes guided by a chef that also explain to you the best pairing of food and wine. After this great lunch is necessary a walk, and we will begin to discover the history of the city by foot, taking the subway to the historical center of Santiago and walk throught it, the best way to discover a city is walking, looking at the details, talking with local people.
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  • 7 to 8 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$212.27
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