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Concepcion, CL (CCP) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Mon 16/09 - Mon 30/09
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US$123
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Buenos Aires, AR (BUE) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Fri 06/09 - Sun 08/09
Aerolineas Argentinas - Roundtrip, Economy
US$159
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Lima, PE (LIM) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Mon 09/03 - Sun 29/03
LATAM Airlines - Roundtrip, Economy
US$192
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Asuncion, PY (ASU) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Mon 25/11 - Mon 02/12
Aerolineas Argentinas - Roundtrip, Economy
US$205
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Calama, CL (CJC) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Sun 24/11 - Thu 28/11
LATAM Airlines - Roundtrip, Economy
US$212
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Cordoba, AR (COR) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Mon 19/08 - Mon 26/08
Aerolineas Argentinas - Roundtrip, Economy
US$224
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Porto Alegre, BR (POA) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Wed 08/01 - Wed 22/01
Aerolineas Argentinas - Roundtrip, Economy
US$239
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La Paz, BO (LPB) Santiago, CL (SCL)
Tue 17/09 - Tue 01/10
LATAM Airlines - Roundtrip, Economy
US$240
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Arriving at Santiago, Chile

Santiago Airport is the final stop for flights to Santiago, Chile. There are dozens of shops, newsstands, and eateries in this airport. While you wait for Santiago, Chile flights you can access Wi-fi via hotspots in the cafés, juice bars and lounges. Other passenger services include a post office, beauty and nail salons, dental and medical clinics, and banking facilities with cash machines. In the business centre you can make phone calls, access the Internet, make copies and send or receive faxes. If you want to book cheap flights to Santiago, Chile you should check with a number of low-cost airlines that fly to Santiago Airport.

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Getting Around Santiago, Chile

You may want to arrange a private taxi to pick you up when you book your airfare to Santiago, Chile because the airport has no local transport service. You have the option of taking one of the airport's dedicated bus routes and transferring over to the Pajaritos Metro station to your destination. There are rental car agencies available in the airport. If you opt for a rental car you will need a special day pass called a “TAG” to use the freeway. Within Santiago you can use the cheap metro train system that operates between 6am and 11pm. Some metro stations have art exhibitions that rotate regularly. You can also use the bus system to travel around Chile, and you will save on fares by booking seats in advance. This is a great way to see the Andes and tour the countryside.

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Santiago, Chile: Main Attractions

For a breathtaking view of Santiago and the Andes you should visit Parque Metropolitano. There is a zoo and botanical garden as well as many other attractions within this park. Cerro Santa Lucia is another fantastic park with a beautiful view from an historical fort. Plaza De Armas is the central plaza for Santiago and it is home to a huge cathedral and many eateries and cafés. You may also want to take a tour of the Presidential Palace, known locally as “La Moneda Palace”. You can catch some great jazz performances if you go to Santiago, Chile during the summer when they have their annual jazz festival. Many local theatres offer concerts and plays as well. History and culture enthusiasts will not want to miss the Pre-Columbian art exhibits at Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino.

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Santiago, Chile: Shopping, Dining and Nightlife

There are at least seven large malls in Santiago, so there is no shortage of shopping opportunities. If you want couture items you should go to Nueva Costanera Avenue and Alonso de Córdova Street for the high-end boutiques. For local wares and cheap international items you will enjoy Patronato in downtown Santiago and Persa Bio Bio in Franklin. Persa Bio Bio is a giant flea market filled with a large variety of wares from all over the world. The Cuisine in Santiago is very diverse, with offerings from Asian and various European countries as well as the expected Spanish-inspired dishes. Before leaving, you should definitely try the empanadas, which are stuffed fried pastries that come with a variety of fillings. If you are looking for night-time entertainment, you will be pleased with the choices of bars and dance clubs, and you can pick up some new salsa moves while you are visiting Santiago, Chile.

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On Arrival...

  • Santiago is 8 mi from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport (Santiago, Chile).
  • Arturo Merino Benitez Airport (Santiago, Chile)
    • Right now, 38 airlines operate out of Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.
    • Arturo Merino Benitez Airport offers nonstop flights to 53 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,346 domestic flights and 1,356 international flights depart from Arturo Merino Benitez Airport.
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