The Cathedral of Santiago was the first religious temple established in the original layout of the city after Pedro de Valdivia founded it on February 12, 1541.
The National Museum of Fine Arts is one of the primary centers for the promotion of visual arts in Chile. Founded on September 18, 1880, it is the first art museum in Latin America.
Declared a National Monument in 1983, due to its historical and heritage significance as one of the major relics of the city’s urban history.
The Lastarria neighborhood is the ideal place for tourists and those who want to visit a historic and heritage site in downtown Santiago. It offers a diverse range of gastronomy, cultural activities, design, accommodation, and tourism options.
The Municipal Theater of Santiago is the oldest active cultural center in Chile and a fundamental stage for performances from around the world. It hosts major opera, ballet, and concert productions.
It houses unique works of art that showcase the cultural diversity of the Americas, with a valuable Andean textile collection, including pieces that are over 3,000 years old, as well as Chinchorro mummies, the oldest in the world.
The Paris and London neighborhood covers four city blocks organized around the intersection of the streets bearing those names. London Street is known for its curved layout and the presence of a small square surrounded by buildings, as well as the use of stone cobblestones throughout its length.
Located in the heart of the Civic Center of Santiago, this building was constructed between 1913 and 1917. It exhibits a French Renaissance style with exquisite interior and exterior finishes, known for the quality of materials used and the technical expertise applied during its construction. It underwent restoration following the earthquake of 1985.
The country’s primary bibliographic center, it is one of the first republican institutions in the country, bearing the stamp and foundational impetus of the founding fathers of the nation.
Commonly known as La Moneda, it is the official residence of the President of the Republic of Chile, located in the capital city of Santiago. It also houses the General Secretariat of the Presidency and the General Secretariat of Government.
A colorful intervention spanning 400 linear meters, led by the local office Estudio Victoria, headed by the muralist Dasic Fernández, the gallerist Esteban Barrera, and the architect Juan Carlos López.