Continuing with our publications, today we invite you to meet two different faces of Santiago. Today we bring you panoramas for travelers who like the nightlife and good food and for those who prefer the outdoors and walks in the sun.

-Barrio Bellavista:

Bellavista stands out for its varied offer of places to eat and dance, grouped in small areas according to similarity, with sectors of sophisticated gastronomic menu, beer and fast food, cooking areas and live music venues or others oriented to the gay community Friendly. Also in this area is the Museo La Chascona, home of the famous poet Pablo Neruda.

– Metropolitan Park of Santiago:

One of the main tourist attractions in Santiago de Chile, considered the fourth largest urban park in the world, comprising an area of ​​1,785 hectares. Its most famous area is located in Cerro San Cristóbal, a hill of 280 meters high, with several paths that connect with viewing terraces and theme gardens.

Within its main sites, it stands out the summit, an extensive esplanade that allows panoramic views of the whole city, place where the Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception is located and the enormous statue of the Virgin Mary appreciable from many points of Santiago. Other sites of interest are the Japanese Garden and Mapulemu Garden. More information on the site of the Parque Metropolitano de Santiago.