Patagonia was a hard act to follow, but the people in Santiago made it so worthwhile. The Cruzat Family gave us such a warm welcome to their beautiful city. Visiting the beaches and ranches near Santiago are a must during our next stay.
Santiago adventures with Meg, Pat, Conor, and Amy Shields
Sharing such a fun dinner with our cute Chilean/Chicago family friends, the Cruzats
Getting dinner with Nader, Grayson Helm's good friend who bravely moved to Santiago solo 4 months ago!
The Aubrey Hotel
Cool boutique hotel, unfortunately located in the wrong part of downtown
If you are going to Santiago, we recommend the Singular Hotel
An afternoon in this neighborhood included a great lunch spot, gelato, shopping and endless coffee shops
Incredible restaurant in the park with great views
Colorful historical port town located on top of the hills
As a UNESCO world heritage site, residents must preserve the look and feel of the historic city. As a result, building facades remain relatively untouched, while inside is completely refurbished
Filled with masterful murals and colorful street art
Cultural Bike Tour
Great way to get a sense of the city and historic culture
Missed the Pope by a week!
Great views of Santiago
You can see a huge statue of the Blessed Mother on the hill from miles away. They hold outdoor masses at the top on Sundays.
Casablanca Wine Tour
Wine region known for their white wines located 40 minutes outside of Santiago
Walking the hills, admiring masterful murals and colorful street art