Crowne Plaza Santiago
Av. Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 136, Santiago, Santiago, Chilehttp://www.crowneplaza.cl+56 226381042
Points of Interest
National Library of Chile
Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins, 651http://www.dibam.cl/biblioteca_nacional(0)2 633 8957The National Library of Chile collects, preserves and disseminates the various library materials, print and other media that are part of the national collective memory, to enable access to information and knowledge contained in their collections to all users onsite and remote national and international community as required.
Jose Victorino Lastarria, 60An array of cafes, restaurants, bars, bookshops, designer shops, art galleries and cultural centers arising in the visible and hidden streets of this neighborhood, increasing the activity of the place, already established in previous decades by the old theater Ictus, the outstanding Cinearte El Biógrafo and the picturesque French restaurant Les Assassins, among others. The sector has been declared a Typical Zone (TZ) in 1997, with its fascinating architecture, as well as historical monuments that give value to the environment.
Central Market of Santiago
San Pablo, 967(0)2 696 8327Santiago's Central Market is the most concentrated market of local gastronomic dishes of the region. In its facilities you can enjoy various dishes from the sea or river area, from the hands of the best chefs in the metropolitan area. Thanks to its historical significance it has become a required visit, the proof is this is the large number of tourists installed there.
Calle Dieciocho N� 438(0)2 687 9324The Cousiño Palace was built between the years 1870 and 1878 by the french architect Paul Lathoud for Miss Isidora Goyenechea widow of Luis Cousiño. The Cousiño Goyenechea's were a wealthy family, owners of the mines of Lota (coal), Chañarcillo (silver) and of the Vineyard Cousino - Macul, which still belongs to the family. In 1940 the Palace was taken to auction with all their belongings. After the first round of the auction, the Mayor of Santiago, at the time, Mr. Pacheco Sty, reached an agreement with the family, who practically donated the property to the city for the sum of three million dollars in bonds to serve as lodging for distinguished visitors who were coming to the capital to mark the fourth centenary of the City
National Museum of Fine Arts
Jose Miguel de la Barra s/nThe National Museum of Fine Arts has the mission to contribute to knowledge and the dissemination of artistic practices contained in the visual arts, times and contexts in which they develop.
Plaza de Armas of Santiago
ChileThe Plaza de Armas of Santiago is located in the municipality of Santiago, considered the historical center of the capital of Chile. The Plaza de Armas is located in the quadrant formed by the Catedral Street to the north, 21 de Mayo and State by the east, Company to the south, Paseo Ahumada and Paseo Puente by the west. Under the Plaza is the Plaza de Armas Metro station of Santiago, which opened in 2001.
Paris London Neighborhood
ParisParis-London is a neighborhood located in Santiago.Chile in the eponymous municipality in the downtown area. One of its characteristics is its strong European architectural style and its winding narrow cobbled streets. It was designed by Ernesto Holzmann, father and son.
Cerro Santa Lucía
Cerro Santa Lucia is a hill located in the heart of Santiago, Chile. It limits to the south with the Alameda del Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins (where the eponymous station Metro of Santiago is located), west of Calle Santa Lucia, north to the Merced Street and east of Victoria Subercaseaux street. It has an altitude of 629 m above sea level and a height of 69 m, with an area of 65,300 m²
Santiago Stock exchange
In Chile, the first attempts to create a stock exchange took place in 1840 with little success. In 1884 there were 160 Corporations, that forced the establishment which led to the establishment of a stock market specialist who moved to securities transactions. On November 27,1893 the Santiago Stock Exchange was founded, a major step to inject vitality and dynamism to the economy. In those years, there were already 329 Corporations, most of them dedicated to mining.
The Mercy Convent
Merced, 628(0)2 632 9884Historical Monument, where the tombs of Ines de Suarez and Mateo de Toro y Zambrano are found, in the Basilica de la Merced, which was demolished twice by different earthquakes. The construction that we see today dates back to 1760.
Calle Moneda, 759(0)2 633 8060The Municipal Theatre of Santiago is the main scenario of the country, where the principal concerts, ballets, operas and other works of art, are represented, being, also, a meeting place for the republican life.
Parque Forestal is the most traditional park in the city of Santiago de Chile, and is located in the heart of the city, between Lastarria and the historical center, whose reference is the Plaza de Armas de Santiago. It borders across the Rio Mapocho the historical center of Santiago in its northern boundary from the Plaza Baquedano and Italy to Mapocho and its midpoint is the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The Parque Forestal has major cultural and recreational activities and is one of the most important reference points in the Chilean capital. Through its 171,910 meters square lined the avenues Merced and Jose Maria Caro (Costanera), it's established as a green lung of the historical center
Providenciahttp://citi.providencia.cl/html/index.htmThere are many places that to visit in the commune of Providencia, in Santiago. Emphasizes his gastronomic zones, his Cultural Centers and Museums, his parks and gardens (known as the " Commune Garden " of the city), the Palace Falabella (Consistorial Palace that the weekends there opens his doors us), the Metropolitan Zoo, the important churches with notable architecture, the patrimonial neighborhoods, the Virgin of the Hill St Kitts, the typical zones, and The Park Metropolitanocon his beautiful Gardens, as the Botanist Mapulemu and the Japanese.
Calle Antonia Lopez de Bello, 14http://www.patiobellavista.cl/barrio-bellavista.htmlThe neighborhood Bellavista is a sector of the city of Santiago of Chile, located between the north bank of the river Mapocho and the Hill St Kitts, with the street Pío Nono as vertebral column. In his beginnings it was a catholic and aristocratic zone, whereas nowadays popular bars coexist with cultural centers and international gastronomy.
Cultural Center Gabriela Mistral
Santiago, Libertador Bernardo O Higgins Avenuehttp://www.gam.clThe Center GAM is a place of meeting between hearings and creators, specialized in scenic and musical arts. It is born in September, 2010 with the aim to articulate contents, culture and experiences from his headquarters, in the heart of Santiago of Chile. In his 22 thousand square meters of surface, former occupied by the building Diego Portales, shelters ten rooms for presentation and test of theatre, dance and music, besides two lounges of seminar, two rooms of visual arts and a recording studio. His library possesses a collection multimedia and rooms of study; his squares are opened for the citizenship.
La Moneda Palace
Plaza of the Citizenship 26http://www.gob.cl/la-moneda/historia/palacio-de-la-moneda(0)2 690 4000La Moneda Palace is the Presidential Palace of Chile. Under the Palace The Currency the Cultural Center is Palace The Currency (http: // www.ccplm.cl/) with exhibitions, cycles of cinema and bookshop, and constant activities.
Av. Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins with Baquedano streethttp://www.metrosantiago.cl/estacion/baquedano-l1It is one of the principal stations of meter of Santiago, since in her combinations of trains fulfil between the lines 1, 4 and 5. The Station of Meter Baquedano Crowne Plaza is to only 345 mts of the Hotel.
Metro Universidad Católica de Chile
Av. Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins con Marcoletahttp://www.metrosantiago.cl/estacion/universidad-catolicaStation of Meter Or. Catholic Crowne Plaza is to steps of the Headquarters of the Catholic University of Chile and to 337 mts of the Hotel.