Coming to Santiago and looking for those picture perfect spots for your Instagram feed?
We have all of our favorite spots in the City:
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This probably one the most instagrammable spots in Santiago. Each corner has adorable cafes, street art, museums, and bars that will keep you busy for days. Our favorite spots are Wonderland Cafe, Galeria Lastarria, and this amazing bookstore.
Museo Cielo Abierto
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If you’re looking for street art, this is one of the best spots in Santiago. This open-air museum is a collection of 40 murals within the Neighborhood of San Miguel. These artists are from all over Latin America and it totally worth it come and admire these murals. Get off at Departamental on the Yellow Line 2 and walk a few blocks.
Barrio Paris Londres
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In the heart of Santiago, you’ll find an intersection that will just steal your heart. Located right behind the San Francisco Church, you’ll find shops, hostels, hotels and cobblestone streets with renovated mansions, reminiscent of the Latin Quarter in Paris, France. The building at Calle Londres 38/40 is a former torture facility, used during the Pinochet regime and is definitely worth a visit to better understand Chilean culture.
Cerro Santa Lucia
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Situated between Alameda del Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins in the south, Santa Lucía Street in the west and Victoria Subercaseaux on the east, you’ll a little hill that’s jammed pack with history. Once you go instead, You’ll find Neptune’s fountain, a picture-perfect spot that will make anyone envious of your Instagram feed.
Templo Bahá’í de Sudamérica
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With only 8 of these beautiful temples in the world, you must take the time to visit this temple. The surrounding gardens are relaxing and perfect for a picnic. Plus you have an amazing view of the city.
Barrio Concha y Toro
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This neighborhood has a medieval-like street plan with houses, restaurants, and bars that are totally worth a visit for a couple of hours. Come during the day and enjoy one of Santiago’s traditional neighborhoods for lunch or swing by at night for live music and great Chilean wine.
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Come and check out the most colorful street in Santiago. You’ll find the largest floor mural in the world with just little over 2 miles of colors and creative interventions. If that isn’t Instagram friendly, we don’t know what is.
Cerro San Cristobal:
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If the view doesn’t convince you to snap a shot for the ‘gram then maybe the funicular will. If you get to the top, you’ll have a 360 view of the city.
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This neighborhood is filled with street art and cafe that’s a perfect fit for anyone who wants to get a taste of the city. Just about every corner of Bellas Artes you’ll find a perfect ‘grammable shot.
Cousiño Macul Winery:
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If you want to feel like you’ve stepped outside of Santiago without even leaving the city, the Cousiño Macul Winery is the best spot for that feeling. Come and enjoy a glass of wine and take a stroll through the winery.
So when are you going? Do you have a hidden spot that would be perfect for Instagram? If you need some Chile inspiration, check out the Instagram accounts that Love Chile just as much as we do!
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