- 3 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Join this rainbow city tour to explore the streets of Santiago and discover the history of the movement for sexual and gender rights in Chile. Visit iconic sites that reveal a movement that continues to fight for a more fair and just country.
By joining this tour, you'll be making a donation of a 10% of the total of your reservation to an LGBT nonprofit. In addition, you'll receive a free Rainbow Bandana so we can walk the tour with PRIDE. And, we'll visit a pizzeria that supports the movement so you'll get to enjoy their delicious recipes!
3 hrs, 4.5 kms.
- Free Rainbow Bandana
- Subway Ticket
- Pack to Continue Learning
Important: the pizza shop we visit during the tour maybe be closed during weekends, holidays or festive days.
- Rainbow Bandana
- Pack to Continue Learning
- Hotel drop-off
- Hotel pickup
Plaza de Armas
"We can when you can" Book your trip any day of the week at a time of your convenience. NOTE: during weekends, holidays or festive days we may not be able to visit Acciongay, an LGBT non-profit.
Merced 294, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
On this tour, we'll visit major landmarks as well as hidden sites that reveal the history of the Sexual and Gender Diveristy Movement.
We'll start at the Plaza de Armas by the Cathedral of Santiago to talk about the notions of Gender in the Precolombian Era as well as the Colonial Period and the influence of the arrival of the Catholic Church.
We will stop by the Justice Palace and Intendencia Metropolitana de Santiago on our way to La Moneda Palace, where we wil talk about the violence against LGBT people during the Pinochet Dictatorship and the ways in which the Chilean legal system has negatively impacted the lives of the LGBT community. We'll admire the avenues of Paseo Bulnes on our way to visit a local LGBT nonprofit, Acciongay, that fights to prevent, detect and raise awareness on HIV/AIDS.
Half way through the tour, we will take the subway to visit the Memorial of Daniel Zamudio, a gay young man that was brutally attached murdered in 2012 for being gay. His death gave momentum to the movement that didn't stop until an Anti-Discrimination law was passed that same year. We will finish the tour enjoying the recipes of PizzaBella, a local pizzeria owned a lesbian woman who's used her company and brand to promote inclusion and respect for all.
And so much more! Go on this city tour with meaning!
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
- Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- Important: the pizzeria we visit during the tour maybe be closed during weekends, holidays or festive days.
- 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.