CITY TOURS

You are an urban traveller, avid to know about History, architecture, local culture, or food? Great! Our city tours are just what you need. They are taylor-made (although we do have some must-see places where we will always bring you) and flexible in terms of time -from 3 hours to 8 hours, or more! We like to bring you a bit off the beaten track -or even completely off the usual touristic sites, if you ask for it!
Our city tours include Santiago, Valparaiso and Viña del Mar and are available in English, French and Spanish.

The Tailor-Made Private tour of Valparaiso & Viña del Mar

From the quaint funiculars to the colorful houses, from the breathtaking views over the hills and the ocean to the old market, Valparaiso has plenty to offer. Beside the must-see area, which is composed of the World Heritage hills of Cerro Alegre and Cerro Concepcion, we will taylor the itinerary based on your tastes and interests.

In a nutshell: this is the most customized private tour of Valparaiso and Viña del Mar you will find.

The Highlights Private tour of Santiago

A vibrant city with a lot to offer, Santiago is a mix of old European style with North American culture. We will focus mostly on its landmarks, but we will also see a couple of parks, and visit Chile's biggest handcraft center. Here are the highlights of the day: - The historical center with the Plaza de Armas, the cathedral, the central market and other monuments
- The Presidential palace
- Cerro Santa Lucia, a park with fortifications located on the hill where Santiago was founded, and the cute Lastarria district nearby
- La Chascona, one of the three houses of famous poet Pablo Neruda, with its ecclectic collection of objects from allover the world
- Drive to Cerro San Cristobal to see the giant statue of Maria and get a panoramic view over the city and the mountains
- End of the tour at Los Dominicos, Chile's biggest handcraft market

The Spiritual tour of Isla Negra & The Coast

Out of the three houses of famous Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, Isla Negra is probably the most beautiful and the most interesting to visit. In this landmark that he designed himself, right in front of the beach with a gorgeous view, Neruda kept his most important collections, gathered during his numerous journeys. From wooden figures rescued from ships to the "Happiest Horste in the World", along with his entertaining collections of bottles, seashells, old maps. . . there is a lot to discover and enjoy -even if you do not like poetry and have never heard of the writer before!