Pre Or Post San Antonio Cruise With Santiago City Tour And Optional Vineyard

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    8:00 AM Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick Up locations
    • Hotel, Accomodations Santiago
    • Hotel, Accomodations San Antonio
    • Hotel, Accomodations Viña Del Mar
    • Hotel, Accomodations Valpa.. read more
  • Return Details :
    • Hotel Santiago • Hotel San Antonio • San Antonio Port
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


If you are going to use San Antonio port for your cruise this is one of the Best ways of enjoy the city of Santiago-chile">Santiago and the excellence of one of the most important vineyards of Maipo Valley. From your hotel or accomodation enjoy a panoramic city tour inside Santiago visiting the principal turistic spots and learn about the past, present and future of the city. Later we take coast direction for visit undurraga Vineyard which became the first Chilean vineyard to export to the United States. You will find yourself in one of the oldest cellars in the country, built in the year 1885. You will enjoy wine tour with wine tastings, After that depending of your option you will have a a safe drop off on your port of San Antonio around 3:00 pm or the time that you request. This tour also has the option of do the pick up in on this port visiting the vineyard and doing city tour later. Just write us your special requirements and we make the arrangements for you.

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The tour starts from your hotel or port of San Antonio or in a meeting point inside the city if you want, all in an air conditioned van with maximum room for 8 people per tour to offer more personalized attention and the best communication between passengers and the guide.

Santiago Chile's capital is a dynamic, modern city where colonial mansions sit among soaring skyscrapers, where folk art becomes fashion and Latin and European cultures intertwine. The city is reinventing itself, with arts, nightlife, and restaurant scenes that have never been better, making this thriving and sophisticated metropolis into the civic, cultural, and historical nucleus of the country. Join this guided tour and discover what makes Santiago the cultural, political and financial center of Chile.

Begin by visiting the installations of the Club Hípico de Santiago (Equestrian Club) which is a replica of one of the most beautiful equestrian clubs of France. After, continue on to the old and wealthy neighborhood of the city, dazzling with its architecture. You may find a few surprises within the current occupants of the buildings. Continue toward the center of the city, which includes the parade ground, the Santa Lucía Hill, Plaza de Armas with the Cathedral, the Government palace La Moneda commercial Central market area. 

Wind up to the high part of the city starting with the Fine Arts Museum of Santiago. Visit to Mapocho River that divides the city, and arrive at the barrio of Bellavista, the very popular Bohemian quarter. This place offers-up many attractions, including hip new restaurants and bars, boutiques, avant-garde galleries, colorful antique homes and mansions. Walk in the footsteps of the famous literary, Pablo Neruda.

Later you will be able to taste wines, while exploring the wonderful places that this vineyard has to offer such as the Undurraga family park, the Aliwen corner, in which youll get to know the cosmovision of the Mapuche, one of Chiles most numerous indigenous groups. In the Aliwen corner you will see the vegetation of southern Chile and tall ceremonial wooden carved sculptures unique to the Mapuche culture. 

After, according your option you will see the modern vinification plant and visit centennial underground cellars in Santa Ana de Talagante to have a tasting of three reserve wines. Once finished, each visitor gets to keep their wine tasting glass as a gift, and in the wine shop they will have the possibility to purchase the wines and sparkling wines from the Undurraga brand portfolio, as well as fun souvenirs.

Finally we go forward to the city of the port that you selected for do a safe drop off inside the cruise area for continue with your trip. This tour also has the option of do the pick up in one of this port  visiting  thevineyard and doing city tour later. Just write us your special requirements and we make the arrangements for you.


Local taxes

Wine tasting

Professional guide

Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

Small-group tour (max 8 people per group)

Private Option Available

Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Alcoholic Beverages


Food and drinks, unless specified


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults

Minimum drinking age is 18 years

At time of booking, Cruise ship passengers must provide the following information at time of booking: ship name, docking time, disembarkation time and re-boarding time

Each traveler is allowed a maximum of 2 suitcase. Oversized or excessive luggage (e.g. surfboards, golf clubs or bikes) may have certain restrictions, please inquire with the operator prior to travel to confirm if your excess luggage is acceptable

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 07-Jan-2020

    A great excursion. Well worth the money. Winery and the info on the Santiago protests excellent
    The MTO agent was not well marked, so people got a little anxious,but it all worked out

  • 06-Jan-2020

    Sebastian met us at the cruise port entrance- there were 5 couples in total along with all our luggage. First we drove to Undurraga winery for a wonderful tour and tastings- delicious! Then we continued on into Santiago for a tour of the city with photo stops, lunch at a nice restaurant and a stop at a jewelry workshop and store where they made lapis lazuli jewelry. Finally off to the airport for the final stop of the day. Sebastian and his driver Alexi were very nice and accommodating.

  • 30-Dec-2019

    Our excursion was supposed to be a transfer from San Antonio port to Santiago, with a Santiago City tour. We opted out of the Vineyard. On the day, we were informed that it was not optional! Not the end of the world, but not the best expectation management. After that, we were informed that we were going to go to a restaurant for a $30 a head buffet. Our Chinese Parliament rejected this, and the guide informed us that we would go instead to an a la carte restaurant in Santiago. My wife and I preferred to use the time to visit the bustling market next door, as a large meal did not appeal. I'm convinced this was the better choice, as it enabled my disabled wife to access the public toilets by elevator, as all of the restaurants around involved insurmountable sets of stairs. Result! We then commenced our Santiago tour. Either it has little to offer, or our 30 minute tour short changed us. We did find time to visit a jewellery shop that no-one was interested in. The whole tour reeked of tour guide backhanders to me, as we had no interest in the 'stops', but they were immovable features. The stops combined took up almost 3 hours of the tour, meaning almost half of it was wasted on us. 1 star for picking us up and 1 for dropping us off. The remainder was disappointingly unsatisfactory.

  • 13-Dec-2019

    My husband and I were travelling with 2 other couples on a Celebrity Cruise and paid for a private post San Antonio Cruise with Santiago City Tour and Optional Vineyard excursion.

    This quickly turned into a series of unfortunate events...the tour guide was unable to translate Spanish to English properly, the tour was NOT private - even though we had a confirmation that stated a group no larger than 8 people, each stop was done with a wing and a prayer, and ultimately we did not get a chance to see any of Santiago other than through the window of a poorly air conditioned bus.

    We had communicated with the tour group two days prior to the excursion to make sure they were aware of our friend's need to make a flight. Instead of going to the airport first, the guide proceeded to drop off the rest of the passengers at their hotels in the city - IN HEAVY TRAFFIC. We were staying in the city, but our friends literally made their flight by the skin of their teeth. This was completely unnecessary as their flight was not until 9:50 PM. There should have been no reason a tour that was scheduled to end in mid to late afternoon would be so stressful.

    The vineyard we went to was actually lovely - and the tour guide and tasting was lovely - however, it seemed our guide had never been there before and was not personally in touch with anyone...

    There was a beautiful large table set up - looking like we were supposed to be having lunch there - but after some confusion - it was determined that it was not for us - and instead we ate elsewhere. Again - not a horrible thing, but completely disjointed and confusing.

    A shame - it should have been a lovely day.

    *******My recommendation would be to contact Chile Dream Tours and work with them - they are WONDERFUL to deal with. We spent two days after this with Chile Dream Tours and had two magical days - and now we see they offer this post cruise port tour as well - wish we went with them!

  • 09-Dec-2019

    Started with a 1 hour 45 minutes delay which got everything of to a bad start and did not really improve

  • 05-Nov-2019

    Excellent. Civil unrest in the city did not deter from our driver’s positive views of his country and the area. He was a great representative of Chile and its people. Went out of his way to accommodate one couple on the trip that wanted to eat at a different restaurant than he planned and the rest of us enjoyed. Highly recommend if you have about 6 hours between cruise ship and airport.

  • 18-Mar-2019

    Perfect way to spend time, drink wine 🍷 and head to the airport. Max was very knowledgeable and a good historian.

  • 07-Jan-2019

    We arranged to leave our ship at 7:15 so as to meet our guide Juan at 8:00. So we got outside by 7:30 and waited. There were three other couples to wait for . They were told to meet at 8:30 and when the fourth couple arrived it was after 9:00.