Stay Local in Santiago

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2-night in-depth embark/debark port exploration.

Stay Local in Santiago

Location
Chile
Duration#Number of nights offered for the pre cruise or post cruise program.
2-Night Pre-Cruise | 2-Night Post-Cruise

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Surprisingly cosmopolitan, Santiago offers a plethora of museums, restaurants, and shopping venues all wrapped around a rich Spanish colonial heritage. From the grand homes of the old residential district, to historic buildings of the city center, to the contemporary works in the National Museum of Fine Arts, you’ll experience Santiago in all its glory. Drive along the Parque Forestal and learn about its unique history. Soak up sweeping views from atop San Cristóbal Hill and spend some time along Santiago’s more metropolitan streets. Top things off with an authentic lunch at a local restaurant.

All Passport details should be confirmed at the time of booking. Sales of this program close 90 days prior: book early to avoid disappointment, as space is limited.

Highlights

Parque Forestal: Follow along the city’s narrow park, created on reclaimed from the Mapocho River.

San Cristóbal Hill: Ride the funicular to the summit viewpoint to take in the absolute best views of Santiago.

La Moneda Palace: Visit the office of Chile’s president, a stately work of architecture dating back to 1805.

Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts: Tour galleries filled with modern and contemporary art by Chilean and international artists, housed in a grand 1910 building.

Barrio El Golf: Explore this district where historic homes stand alongside modern buildings that house international companies and foreign embassies.

Bellavista: Discover this colorful neighborhood of artisan shops and quaint eateries.

Highlights

  • Parque Forestal: Follow along the city’s narrow park, created on reclaimed from the Mapocho River.

  • San Cristóbal Hill: Ride the funicular to the summit viewpoint to take in the absolute best views of Santiago.

  • La Moneda Palace: Visit the office of Chile’s president, a stately work of architecture dating back to 1805.

  • Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts: Tour galleries filled with modern and contemporary art by Chilean and international artists, housed in a grand 1910 building.

  • Barrio El Golf: Explore this district where historic homes stand alongside modern buildings that house international companies and foreign embassies.

  • Bellavista: Discover this colorful neighborhood of artisan shops and quaint eateries.

Land Program Itineraries

  • Pre-Voyage Itinerary
  • Post-Voyage Itinerary
Pre-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
    Arrive in Santiago
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    Arrive in Santiago and meet your private driver at the airport. Check into your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. Set out into the streets of Santiago, marveling at the snow-capped Andes off in the distance. Do a little sightseeing or perhaps take a stroll through the Central Market, where you might try a traditional seafood dish made with the day’s fresh catch. Later, regroup back at the hotel and kick off your two nights in Santiago with a delicious welcome dinner.

  • Day 2
    Santiago
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    Discover the best of Santiago beginning with the lovely architecture of the Barrio Universitario, a historic residential area. Venture into the colonial city center and make your way to La Moneda Palace, the official office of the president. Continue along the slender green expanse of the Parque Forestal to the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts. Explore galleries of modern and contemporary works before heading into the bohemian Bellavista district, a hodgepodge of artisan shops and cozy eateries. Take the funicular to the panoramic viewpoint atop San Cristóbal Hill before descending back down to discover Santiago’s cosmopolitan side. Wrap up the day with lunch at a local restaurant.

  • Day 3
    Begin Your Azamara® Voyage
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    Enjoy just enough time to get in some last-minute shopping or sightseeing before unwinding on the two-hour drive to the Port of San Antonio where you’ll begin your Azamara voyage.

Post-Voyage Itinerary #Download Itinerary PDF
  • Day 1
    Travel to Santiago
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    Debark the ship and meet your private driver at the pier. A scenic two-hour drive takes you from San Antonio to Santiago. Check into your hotel and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. Set out into the city streets, marveling at the snow-capped Andes off in the distance. Do a little sightseeing or perhaps take a stroll through the Central Market, where you might try a traditional seafood dish made with the day’s fresh catch. Later, regroup back at the hotel and kick off your two nights in Santiago with a delicious welcome dinner.

  • Day 2
    Santiago
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    Discover the best of Santiago beginning with the lovely architecture of the Barrio Universitario, a historic residential area. Venture into the colonial city center and make your way to La Moneda Palace, the official office of the president. Continue along the slender green expanse of the Parque Forestal to the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts. Explore galleries of modern and contemporary works before heading into the bohemian Bellavista district, a hodgepodge of artisan shops and cozy eateries. Take the funicular to the panoramic viewpoint atop San Cristóbal Hill before descending back down to discover Santiago’s cosmopolitan side. Wrap up the day with lunch at a local restaurant.

  • Day 3
    Return Home
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    Enjoy just enough time to get in some last-minute shopping or sightseeing before heading to the airport to catch your outbound flight.

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