- 1 hour (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Relax and and enjoy the sights of Chile while we provide a safe transfer service between Santiago International Airport and your Santiago Downtown hotel
- Instant Confirmation
- Airport transfer
- Excellent value for money
- Get inside tips from a local
- Led by a local guide
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Airport pickup
- Hotel drop-off
- Transportation Insurance
- Optional Gratuities
In regard of your arriving flight, we will be picking you up at the Santiago International Airport, our driver will be waiting for you at the Exit Gate N°4 at the airport, in front of the restaurant Le Fournil. He will be with a sign with your name on it. Remember to look for our driver specially recognized by it's CHIRAK/GRAY LINE uniform and signs.
- Arturo Merino Benitez Airport, Santiago Chile
Daily, all year round.
All flight times are approximate and subject to change due to weather conditions and weight restrictions.
Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
- Santiago Metropolitan Region, Santiago Metropolitan Region - We will drop you off directly at your Hotel selected, located in Santiago downtown, Providencia, Las Condes or Vitacura (remember that your Hotel have to be located not too far away from the transfers zone. You can let us know where is your accommodation and we will be letting you know if it's included on the transfers zone, you can be guided by the metro stations too of the locations we mention before)
Start your trip off right with our stress free airport transportation service. A representative will greet you at Santiago International Airport and take you to your hotel in Santiago. We'll travel through Santiago streets bound for our hotel in Santiago, meanwhile you can see main restaurants, nightlife, currency exchange offices and museums (always depending on the route going to your Hotel)
Santiago has become a destination of choice for international business travelers, developing a reputation as a calm and clean city with a good quality of life. According to The New York Times, Santiago de Chile is the number one destination for travelers in 2011.The best way to discover this constantly changing metropolis is to walk around the various districts and neighborhoods.
Most government activities take place in Santiago’s downtown area (El Centro), which is home to La Moneda (the presidential palace), Plaza de Armas and the Judicial and Executive Branches. This area also boasts numerous museums and pedestrian malls.
Districts such as Providencia, Bellavista, Las Condes and Vitacura offer a dazzling array of businesses, shops and restaurants as well as a bustling nightlife.
Though all big cities are dominated by concrete to some degree, Santiago is home to several imposing green spaces. For example, Parque Metropolitano, also known as Cerro San Cristóbal, is visible from most of the city. You can get to the top on foot, by bike or by car or take a refurbished cable car. Another important hill is the Cerro Santa Lucía, with an incredible view of the downtown and an amazing place full of history, because it's one of the first places where the Mapuche and Spanish people fought
Don’t miss the opportunity to taste some of Chile’s best wines and tour the vineyards that are now enveloped by the city. Other great daytrip options are Pirque, a neighboring village in the Andean foothills, and the Maipo Valley, where you can enjoy nature, sample local food, pick up some souvenirs and find a place to spend a few nights near the banks of the Maipo River.
Santiago is also located near many attractions such as the beach house of poet Pablo Neruda, Isla Negra, ski resorts located around 60 km from the city, spots in the Andean foothills like Cajón del Maipo, the port of Valparaíso, which is about an hour from Santiago, and Viña del Mar and other summer resorts on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Options for enjoying the mountains and sea are always right at your fingertips in Santiago.
If you happen to be in Santiago only for a few days, have a look at this article from The New York Times article called “36 Hours in Santiago, Chile” to find out some good ideas of what to do and where to go.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible
- No minimum people per booking is required
- If you're staying at Radisson Petra (La Dehesa) or Mercure (Ciudad Empresarial, Quilicura) please contact us
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Transportation is wheelchair accessible
- Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.