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Santiago represents a perfect fusion of modernity and tradition. The neighborhoods of Lastarria and Bellas Artes offer a bohemian atmosphere, with alleys bordered with colonial houses and large green areas. The Civic Center holds the historical gems of the capital, including the Palacio de la Moneda, the great esplanade of the Plaza de Armas, the National Historical Museum, the Pre-Columbian Art Museum and the beautiful urban park of Cerro de Santa Lucia, with terraces and viewpoints from which you can calculate the great magnitude of the city and the imposing Andes Mountains, which are white in winter.
The Barrio de Bellavista, guarded by the Cerro de San Cristóbal and cradle of the famous poet Neruda, stands out for the hustle and bustle of its venues offering live music, dance and different dining options, from luxury to fast food. To the north is El Barrio el Golf, which is the center of finance with modern glass towers and European flavor in its spacious and elegant avenues as well as extensive green areas. It is always busy with young people who fill the terraces after working hours. The beautiful Parque Bicentenario, a large green lung for the city, is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a pleasant walk along the trails. If you want to follow the Chilean wine route, there is nothing better than a visit to the 120-hectare Cousiño Macul vineyard that houses centuries-old trees, vineyards and old wineries where you can taste this precious wine. And to enjoy a 100% Chilean experience, a stop is required in the traditional La Piojera bar, frequented by the most important personalities of the city where you can taste a famous Terremoto cocktail.
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