Within the perimeter between the Metro stations Bellas Artes, Cal y Canto Bridge, La Moneda and Santa Lucia, you can find the main historical attractions of the city. Between the highlights are included the Central Market, the Plaza de Armas, Metropolitan Cathedral, National Historical Museum, Former National Congress, Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, La Moneda Palace, La Moneda Cultural Center and Citizenship Square, San Francisco Church, Santa Lucia Hill.
Museum of Memory and Quinta Normal Park
One of the oldest sectors of the city, and where the first families of Santiago settled. In the Quinta Normal Park are the Science and Technology museums, MAC and Railway museums. But the most unmissable of all is the Museum of Memory, which refers to the military dictatorship. It is located on the outskirts of the park.
Concha y Toro Winery
On the outskirts of the city, you will find one of the most famous vineyards in the country, Concha y Toro, known for its Casillero del Diablo line. In addition to tasting good wines, you will be able to get to know a rural mountain environment, very characteristic of Santiago. Direct transportation is available from Tobalaba Metro Station (blue line) to Las Mercedes Station (from there you must take a taxi).
Costanera Center Mall
The Costanera Center Mall is home to more than 300 stores, 60 restaurants, 12 movie theaters and various events. In addition, at 300 meters high is Sky Costanera, the highest viewpoint in Latin America that has the most impressive 360° view of Santiago. Ask about the special discounts available for foreigners.
The Bicentennial Park represents thirty hectares of green areas adjacent to the Titanium Park, which is the financial center where our apartments are located. It is currently one of the most outstanding urban parks in the city. You can walk there from our apartments, and then from Parque Bicentenario you can walk along Avenida Isidora Goyenechea (to Avenida Vitacura), which is one of the most exclusive shopping streets in the country with signature and high range shops and restaurants.
Metropolitan Park (San Cristobal Hill)
The Metropolitan Park can be reached walking from our apartments and it highlights the view of the city, green spaces for sports, the Japanese garden, the cable car, the Tupahue and Antilén pools, Amphitheater Mirador Pablo Neruda.
A special place to get to know the city from a greener point of view. It goes from Titanium Park, where our apartments are located, to Balmaceda Park in downtown Santiago, parallel to the Mapocho River. The route can be done by bike and even reach the Central Market, La Vega and Mapocho Station. On the way, you will find the Sculpture Park on the north side of the river, and the Fountain of Aviation Square with lights and water from 7 pm.