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Discover Santiago de Chile’s amazing sites and unforgettable experiences for LGBT+ Travelers



Santiago, capital of Chile, is a vibrant city surrounded by the Andes Mountains and filled attractions and secrets that are ideal for LGBTQ+ travelers. Still considered a hidden gem, this beautiful city is no longer considered a brief layover, but rather a must-see destination. While exploring this wonderful city, you will be mesmerized by the friendly and diverse crowds.


During your next trip to Chile, there are places in Santiago you need to include in your must-see list before continuing on your adventure.


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1. Bellavista & Lastarria

These bohemian neighborhoods that are walking distance from downtown, have a fun vibe with great nightlife and tantalizing cuisine everyone should experience. You’ll pass by street performers and maybe even a few drag queens playing music and dancing with glee for all to enjoy. Along the way you will be amazed by beautiful street art filled with bright colors.


2. Santiago’s Historic Sites

Walking through the streets of downtown you’ll be able to see the Moneda Presidential Palace, Plaza de Armas, Santa Lucia Hill, as Bellas Artes, considered to be the West Hollywood of Santiago. Along the way, be sure to stop off for a nice cold Pisco Sour.


3. Cajón del Maipo

Located in the outskirts of Santiago, you will discover a gateway to the Andes mountains full of life and colors, up close and in person. It will give your senses an amazing experience with the powerful combination of breathtaking surroundings and picturesque landscapes while surrounded by majestic mountains. Whether you enjoy a hearty trek, white-water rafting, bungie jumping, or just enjoy nature, this place is for you!

4. Valparaiso

This picturesque port city is a World Heritage Site, filled with colorful hills, classic hillside elevators and beautiful street art. The best way to experience it is by getting lost while walking through the hills and neighborhoods. Be sure to have lunch in local restaurants that offer a variety of local fish and seafood dishes.


5. Wine Valleys

Just 45 minutes from Santiago wine lovers can visit fabulous wineries and experience award-wining varieties of white and red wines. You’ll have an opportunity to see the age-old wine making process and understand why Chile’s wines are considered some of the finest in the world.



When planning your next trip to Chile, whether it’s to visit the Atacama Desert or Antarctica, be sure to leave a few days so you can get to know this fabulous and colorful city.



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