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History and urban art in the Yungay neighborhood
Hi! I'm Sergio. I've been a tour guide for 5 years, but I still feel like every tour is like my first one. I believe a walking tour is not only about dates or names of buildings and statues, but about discovering what these places tell us about the history and culture of a city, so as a guide this is what I like to study and share with tourists. My tours are a mixture of facts and anecdotes to make you learn and enjoy yourself at the same time.
The tour of the Yungay neighborhood is a walk through the history of Chile with luxurious mansions from the early 20th century to contemporary urban art. A true hidden gem in the center of Santiago.
We will go through the following points:
- Fifth Normal Park.
- Museum of Memory and Human Rights.
- Passage Adriana Cousiño
- French hairdresser.
- Yungay Square
- Alamos Palace and Teachers College
- Capuchin Church
- square brazil
Do not miss the opportunity to get to know this charming neighborhood.
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Catedral 3337, Santiago, Región Metro...Catedral 3337, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
In front of the entrance gate of Parque Quinta Normal on the outskirts of the Quinta Normal Metro.
1Outside visitQuinta Normal Park - Matucana
2Outside visitMuseum of Memory and Human Rights - Matucana
3Outside visitPassage Adriana Cousiño - Adriana Cousiño
4Outside visitFrench Hairdresser - Company of Jesus
5Outside visitYungay Square - Santo Domingo
6Outside visitAlamos Palace - Santo Domingo
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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