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HOME to 18 million people, this place has struggled to seduce tourists. But those who do venture inside may be stunned by what they find. REVERED for its idyllic location — you can see the snow-capped Andes Mountains from just about any part of the city — Santiago is morphing into a serious holiday destination. With its signature Spanish-inspired architecture, sleek hotels and cafes with coffee waitresses showing off their legs as they serve espressos, Santiago is also a very short distance to snowfields, to horseback rides up the Andes, a buzzy night-life and a heap of vineyards.
And lots of graffiti. In Valparaiso, all of the houses are brightly coloured and one of the rules of the town is that you cannot paint your house the same colour as the one next to you. La Sebastiana, the former home of Chilean Pulitzer Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda is also open to the public and is one of the most popular tourist stops in the town. Oh, and Catholicism is the overriding faith of many Chileans.
Did you know that Chile is the fourth biggest producer of wine? Even beating Australia, which comes in at 5th place? Some of the best, though, can be found in the bohemian neighbourhood of Barrio Bellavista which is also the coolest place for funky eateries and a buzzy night life.
It is in the El Plomo foothills in the Andes Mountains and the best time of year to be there is about the same time as an Australian winter. It has also just received its first ski resort gondola and had an easy 30cm of snow last week.
The Museo de la Memoria los derechos Humanos uses audio, visuals and in a spectacular and extraordinary way to retell history. A company called Andes Riders had organised a brilliant BBQ and a glass of Chilean red that awaited us once we arrive up top. The vista was spectacular with the snow-capped Andes never far from our eyesite as our horses led a well-trodden path up the mountain. Total heaven and made even more fun by the trip back DOWN the hill One of the most funs ways to have a coffee.