You begin your adventure in the oldest area of Santiago called Barrio Concha y Toro.
Walking on the cobble stone streets you will see the old life style of Chilean people,you will have time to take photos of the many styles of architecture from dating back to the 19th and early 20th century.
After that you will get into the neighborhood República to see the homes of the high society then, leaving behind the old area you will visit the civic area of the Presidential Palace called La Moneda, (get out and walk from the civic area to the main market) and Plaza de la ciudadanía. We visit the main square, called Plaza de Armas and enjoy a nice walk by the main Cathedral and Post office.
Pass by the main market Mercado Central, Going along Parque Forestal you will go all the way toward the top of the San Cristobal hill where you can see the best overview of the city and it’s notable geological depression, enjoy the beautiful landscape of the park.
Going down the hill you will get to the district called Providencia known for its green areas and beautiful churches. You will visit the modern area called Las Condes in order to see how Santiago has been growing since 1541 when Pedro De Valdivia Arrived.