The hill where Parque Metropolitano is located has one of the best panoramic views of the city. You can go up on foot, by bike, by car or even a cable car. There are several overlooks along the way. At night, the restaurant Vista Santiago is the ideal place to admire the lights of the city while enjoying some good food and wine. After a rainy day, the view is clear and perfect.
On the 9th-floor terrace in this hotel, located in Vitacura, you can have a cocktail at the bar Tramonto or enjoy the pool in the afternoon, depending on the time of year, while admiring a panoramic view with the imposing Andes in the background.
At over 980 feet [300 m], the overlook in the Torre Costanera is the highest in Latin America. From there, you have a 360-degree view of Greater Santiago. Open to visitation 365 days a year, the last admission is at 9 p.m. Tickets cost 5000 Chilean pesos (around USD 8), and they offer discounts for kids, students and seniors.
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