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Museum of Memory and Human Rights (Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos) picture in Santiago
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Tango in the Plaza de Armas picture in Santiago
Santa Lucía Hill  picture in Santiago
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National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes) picture in Santiago

At the top of Santa Lucía Hill, you'll be rewarded with picturesque views and lovely fountains. Jorge Lascar Flickr

As the sun goes down, Santiago's bright city lights provide a stark contrast between the skyscrapers and the Andes mountains. Tifonimages Shutterstock

Portillo's pristine slopes lures powder hounds to the Andes each winter.  Morten Anderson Portillo

Chile is known for its wine, and Santiago makes a great home base for those looking to tour the vineyards in the nearby Maipo and Casablanca valleys. Rafael Franceschini Shutterstock

Towering over the Plaza de Armas, the Metropolitan Cathedral is a hard-to-miss attraction. Sejio74 Shutterstock

Wander through artsy Bellavista and you'll discover modern shops and restaurants rubbing shoulders with colorful homes and centuries-old mansions.  Luigi Giarino Flickr

At the top of this scenic (and steep) hill, you'll find a statue of the Lady of the Immaculate Conception (Virgen de la Inmaculada Concepción), not to mention impressive views of the city and the snow-covered Andes. AdStock RF Shutterstock

Fashion-savvy visitors flock to this privately owned museum, which features a varied assortment of haute-couture and collectors' items like an original 1958 Ford Thunderbird. Miguel Vera León Flickr

Established in 1541 by Spanish conquistador and city founder Pedro de Valdivia, the Plaza de Armas features a mish-mash of modern sites and historical landmarks.  bumihills Shutterstock

Honoring victims lost during General Augusto Pinochet's rule — which lasted from 1973 to 1990 — this museum displays photographs, letters and artifacts from the 17 years Pinochet was in power. Courtesy Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

This whimsical former residence of Noble prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda is a must-see Santiago attraction. David Berkowitz Flickr

In the vibrant Plaza de Armas, comedians and dancers entertain visitors every day of the year. David Berkowitz Flickr

Though the climb is quite a trek, once you reach the top of Santa Lucía Hill, you'll discover scenic views of the city below and plenty of spots to relax after a day of exploration. Pierre-Yves Babelon Shutterstock

At this market, you'll discover a bounty of freshly caught seafood and a colorful selection of fruit, vegetables and spices. Kyle Simourd Flickr

Anchored in the Andes — just 102 miles northeast of Santiago — Portillo's enticing trails and soft powder have been luring ski enthusiasts since it opened its doors in the 1930s. Adam Clark Portillo

In Santiago, arresting views of the Andes' jagged peaks and the city's shiny buildings vie for your attention. Pablo Rogat Shutterstock

Colorful street art adds a pop of color to Santiago's urban sprawl.   FXEGS Javier Espuny Shutterstock

Meandering through Patio Bellavista's chic shops in the trendy Bellavista neighborhood makes for a relaxing afternoon stroll. pandrcutts Flickr

If you're looking to hit the slopes in June, July and August, head to Portillo, the oldest ski area in South America. Here, you'll find well-groomed trails and spectacular scenery comprising snow-capped mountains and the emerald Inca Lake. Courtesy Portillo

Occupying a 20th century neoclassical palace, this museum lures guests with its impressive architecture and versatile collection. The galleries include works from Chilean and foreign artists, and interlace modern pieces with artwork from colonial times. ilya_ktsn Flickr

Santiago picture in Santiago
The Sun Sets over Santiago picture in Santiago
Tackle the slopes in Portillo picture in Santiago
Wine-tasting in Maipo Valley picture in Santiago
Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana) picture in Santiago
Explore Bellavista picture in Santiago
St. Christopher Hill (Cerro San Cristóbal) picture in Santiago
The Fashion Museum (Museo de la Moda) picture in Santiago
Plaza de Armas picture in Santiago
Museum of Memory and Human Rights (Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos) picture in Santiago
La Chascona picture in Santiago
Tango in the Plaza de Armas picture in Santiago
Santa Lucía Hill  picture in Santiago
Central Market (Mercado Central) picture in Santiago
Tackle the Slopes in Portillo  picture in Santiago
Views of Santiago  picture in Santiago
Street Art of Santiago  picture in Santiago
Peruse the Shops at Patio Bellavista picture in Santiago
Ski the Andes picture in Santiago
National Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes) picture in Santiago

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