San Cristóbal hill, Metropolitan Park

At the end of Pío Nono is a tram that goes almost to the top of San Cristobal Hill, from which you can follow a path to the statue of the virgin. Once there, look out at the panoramic view of the city of Santiago and the Andes mountains. You might also fancy visiting the Tupahue and […]

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Pablo Neruda’s house

Chile’s eccentric, multi-property collecting poet Pablo Neruda (1904 – 1973) built “La Chascona” in 1953. His third property and the only one in Santiago, “La Chascona” was named for his last wife’s unruly mane. Here, in this home designed to hug San Cristóbal Hill’s lower slopes, the Nobel Prize winner of literature and his messy-haired love Matilde […]

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