|by PAN MILL|
|3 Days in Chile|
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Are you visiting Chile for 3 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.
Do Sightseeing in Santiago
Walk through the main streets of Santiago's centre to see its many different architectural styles. Visit the neoclassical Moneda Palace, built in the 18th century and current seat of Government; and the main square Plaza de Armas, with its cathedral and the Central Post Office.
Continue to the Parque Forestal, based on Paris' Champs-Elysees and Santa Lucia Hill, where the city of Santiago was founded in 1541. Then continue to the bohemian area of Bellavista and climb the San Cristobal hill for a panoramic view of Santiago with the Andes mountains in the background.
Visit Vina Del Mar and Valparaiso
Travel through Curacavi and Casablanca wine producing valleys.
Continue to the coast and visit the beach area of Renaca and the town of Vina del Mar, known as the Garden City for its pretty parks and flower lined streets. Visit the Gaming Casino and the coastal road.
In the afternoon continue to the picturesque port of Valparaiso built in the 16th-century on a total of 43 hills which are reached by narrow windy streets, staircases and a series of lifts (funiculars). This area has been declared by UNESCO as patrimony of humanity due to its eclectic architecture and urban development.
Also do visit the Pablo Neruda Museum which contains some of the poets collections, specifically related to the sea. The Museum is situated on one of the hills overlooking the bay offering fantastic sea views.
Visit the Portillo Ski Resort in the Andes
From Santiago head towards the town of Los Angeles, one of the major agricultural centres of Chile. The drive is through the Aconcagua Valley, slowly climbing until the last stage known as 'los caracoles'. A series of hairpin bends climbing steeply to a height of 2855 meters (9421 feet) above sea level, where the Hotel Portillo and the ski resort are located, overlooking the Inca Lake.
Witness stunning breathtaking views of Laguna del Inca (Inca Lake) from the Hotel Portillo.
Portillo is the oldest ski area in South America, and its history holds an important place in the legend of skiing. It is a history of adventurers and the Andes, and of dreams and accomplishments in the wonderful world of skiing.
Note: ski season is June and August. The Hotel is open all year round.
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