To get the best experience in Santiago you need to book one of our local friendly tour guides. He will be able to show you around, make you feel like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites or visit places off the beaten track and discover new experiences, then our Guides4me guide is there to make it happen.
Francisco is 45 years old and is LGBT friendly, speaks Spanish and English.
He was born in Santiago and has worked for more than 10 years as a tour guide in the cities of Santiago and Valparaíso. Francisco is a fan of local culture and history, he loves nature, plants and birds. He knows each of the most entertaining places in the city. Passionate about traditional food and also believes that if you love good wine, Chile is definitely your kind of place.
Total cost for the guide services of Francisco for one day (8 hours) = a booking fee of USD 33 via Paypal, debit / credit cards, bank transfer or Crypto Currency plus USD 80 in cash to Francisco after his services. This makes a total of USD 113.
This excludes any transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.
“Francisco was polite, very friendly, considerate and professional. Being my first time in Chile, I felt safe with him. We started communications within minutes of me confirming my booking and he really listened to what I wanted to do etc. He made great suggestions that I didn’t even know about. I would definitely recommend him for anyone coming to Santiago. ” – Jonathan, USA.
Santiago is Chile’s capital and largest city. It is located in a valley surrounded by the snow capped Andes and the Chilean Coast Range. Santiago is a vibrant city with plenty to see, to do, and places to eat. A busy, walkable city, with a fairly compact streets bursting with exciting places to dine and shop. Santiago has many places of interest focused on culture, street art, and history.
You cannot visit Santiago without at least stopping by the main square. Plaza de Armas. Known for beautiful cathedrals, statues, palm trees, and the contrast of its traditional architecture to modern buildings. In addition to this, the governor’s palace is located on the edge of the plaza. Santiago’s old colonial core, is home to two neoclassical landmarks. The 1808 Palacio de la Real Audiencia, which houses the National History Museum. And the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral.
Santiago is home to the following famous Chilean cuisine. Ajiaco (Meat soup), Arrollado huaso (Pork roll peasant style), Caldillo de congrio (Conger eel soup) and Carbonada (Vegetables and meat minestrone-like soup). These are a must to try.
Whatever you choose to do in Santiago, it will be a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime, with a Guides4me guide, who will look after you and by the end of the trip you’ve made a best friend.