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Among many things, Chile is a country also known for its bureaucracy, but this is not something that necessarily has got to be part of your holiday here. Even if your plans include the purchase of a vehicle for that South American overland tour! Whether your adventure is to explore the dry northern region of Chile, or the verdant Patagonian south; buying a car in Chile is a far better option than renting one.

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For those travellers staying in bustling Downtown area, who happen to be looking for an Indian restaurant in Santiago to curb their craving for curry, we recommend the renowned Indian restaurant Majestic. And here’s why: Majestic is the only one out of all the Indian restaurants in Santiago that we (SantiagoChile.com’s team) go back to, and I will tell you what: we are experienced curry-eaters.

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When you find yourself at Plaza de Armas whereabouts. Don’t think twice and pop straight into the Pre-Columbian Art Museum Santiago, there will be at least a couple of hours well spent thereafter. This visit will enrich you with valuable knowledge and information on cultures dating back more than 14,000 years. I bet you didn’t expect that!

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Things to Do in Santiago Chile
If you are already all packed for your trip to the Andean capital; but all the organizing, the hours spent brushing off your Spanish added to the excitement of a holiday in South America did not leave you time to plan the things do in Santiago. No need to panic! This is when SantiagoChile.com bursts on the scene. We have selected some of the most famous activities in the city (and its surroundings) to give you a heads-up on the top destinations this affluent South American metropolis has got to offer.

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Visiting and exploring Santiago Chile can be a tricky task if your stay in the city is only for a few days. It’s hard to choose what to see when there are so many options on offer. If your stay, however, gives you time to venture both the capital city and its surroundings, a visit  to one of the beautiful nearby wineries will be on your list of things to do. Although, there will remain a question: Among so many wineries, which one to go for?

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Relax & Recharge

Whether you’re in Santiago on business or pleasure, you should certainly make time to unwind and decompress—the city is beautiful, but can be a bit stressful at times.  Fortunately, there are a huge variety of spas in Santiago, ranging from the basic and inexpensive to the complex and upscale.  No matter what treatment you are looking for, you can find a spa that has it in this city.  In the downtown area, you can find great standard spa treatments like massages and facials for incredible prices. Many of the pricier spas are located in Vitacura and Las Condes and cater to the wealthier crowd, offering services with cutting-edge technology and highly-trained professionals.

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Santa Rita Winery

Located only 50 minutes from Santiago, a tour in Santa Rita Winery should be a must on your to-do-list during your holiday in Chile.

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Villa Grimaldi - Parque Por La Paz

Chile is an incredibly beautiful country, but there is no doubt that its history has been marked by some ugly events.  Under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, who was in power from 1973-1990, countless human rights violations were committed, including the torture and disappearing of people whose political ideals were not aligned with Pinochet’s regime.  These events were inarguably atrocious, and they raise an important question: how does a country adequately deal with a past like this? The Chilean government and people have commemorated this somber history in various ways—and one of them is with the Parque por la Paz Villa Grimaldi.

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Emiliana Winery | Chilean Organic Wine

When the topic is Emiliana Winery the first things that come to mind are their highly regarded production process of organic wines and or their famous red wine Coyam, fully elaborated with bio-dynamic grapes. This winery´s search for perfection never has an end. Today they own acres and acres of vineyards in the main valleys of the country: Valle de Casablanca, Maipo Valley, Valle del Cachapoal, Colchagua Valley and Valle del Bio-Bio; making possible for them to have the advantage and maximum benefits delivered by what each of these different terroir have to offer to each grape variety and their crops.

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Visiting a new city, making sure you arrive on time to any tours and attractions, strolling around and making the best of your time there can be an exhausting experience after a while. A good solution to rest for a bit would be to relax in one of Santiago´s many green areas. People in the city love their green areas and it is common place to see these areas full of people, especially during lunch hours. Santiago´s privileged climate allows people to be outdoors most of the year, with winter being the exception.
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