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5 Places One Must Not Miss At Santiago De Chile

Santiago, also memorialized as Santiago de Chile, is the capital of Chile and a fast-growing city. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says it is the industrial core of Chile. It is located in the heart of a valley, encircled by mountains, and the city has a diversity of cultural pursuits. Santiago is home to half of the country’s population and dwelled in a land filled with striking panoramas, historic charm, and delectable foods. In this article, 

Dr Kausthub Desikahar shares the 5 places one must not miss at Santiago De Chile. Kausthub adds by saying, Santiago De Chile seems like a vibrant and energetic city, making it an enticing and exciting spot for travellers. Santiago has a bunch to offer for its travellers.

5 Places One Must Not Miss At Santiago De Chile

1. Bahá’í Temple

The Bahá’í Temple, situated on top of a hill overlooking the best views of Santiago, is a place of worship for the Persians and encourages unity and equality. It is open to everyone, and one can meditate inside the temple. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says the architecture of the Bahá’íBahá’í Temple is fascinating and has a modern dome with a very peculiar design, making it a favourite spot for photo enthusiasts. 

2. Plaza de Armas

Plaza de Armas is the most desirable place for tourists to begin their journey of exploration. Plaza de Armas has been the central city square and the hub of liveliness in Santiago for nearly five centuries. Plaza de Armas is encompassed of Chilean palm trees and seats, making it a fabulous spot to relax, recline and while away some time. Touring at the Plaza de Armas is one of the most entertaining things to do in Santiago! Dr Kausthub Desikachar says you might find people involved in a fiery chess game, smashing some dance moves with groups, or just laughing at a comic show.

3. Santa Lucia Hill

If you’re a photography buff or a hill viewpoint enthusiast, then climbing Santa Lucia hill is one of the most gratifying stuff to do in Santiago De Chile. This large hill park is free to visit and is just a few blocks away from the Plaza de Armas. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says you’ll get some phenomenal views of the city and the neighbouring mountains from the highest point of the hill if you visit on a clear day.

4.Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino is a place for those who admire and relish touring museums and love learning about antiquity. Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino is an incredible museum crammed with artifacts and artwork from pre-Columbian South and Central America. Dr Kausthub Desikachar says you’ll find various pieces composed by native people, which includes adornments, textiles, earthenware, carvings, and more, some recording as far back as 10,000 years.

5. Barrio Bellavista

Dr Kausthub Desikachar says Barrio Bellavista is one area where all the chill personalities hang out in Santiago De Chile. You’ll see various eateries, modern art arcades, late-night discos, and exciting boutiques and markets here. Bellavista is also the area with the most excellent street art in Santiago. It’s not only one of the best in the city, but it’s regarded as one of the best in the world.

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Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Dr. Kausthub Desikachar is the successor and current lineage holder of the classical Viniyoga tradition of T Krishnamacharya & TKV Desikachar. He is an acclaimed yoga teacher, yoga therapist, healer and spiritual adviser. He is also an avid photographer, inspirational writer and poet.

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