Santiago is a city bursting with life and passion.The combination of European and Spanish influences complements each other wonderfully in this city that features mountain ranges on both sides.The Andes Mountains are found to the east, and the coastal mountains are to the west of this gorgeous valley known as Santiago. There are a number of fabulous plazas, beautiful buildings, and glorious sights in Santiago. The Huerfanos and Ahumada malls are great for shopping, and be sure to bring your appetite, because the restaurants are spectacular in this area.If you start at the Plaza Italia, you can walk all over the city, seeing virtually everything.Walking in Santiago is the best way to explore, especially when you take breaks to enjoy a picnic lunch in one of the beautiful parks.
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