Sky Costanera, Santiago

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The tallest building in South America, Sky Costanera offers impressive panoramic views of the city and the surrounding mountains. The lift takes you 300 m (984 ft) up, to the top observation deck in just two minutes. Make this the last stop on your journey to get the overall picture and place every attraction you visited in its proper location. If you wait until sunset, this might be one of the highlights of your visit to Santiago. The first observation level is enclosed and air-conditioned, while the second is open, which means that it can be chilly or hot depending on the weather. The multi-lingual signage provides explanations for some of the landmarks you'll see. Work out when and for how long to visit Sky Costanera and other Santiago attractions using our handy Santiago online day trip planner .
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  • I went up to the highest peak! Sky waterfront is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It has elevators that in less than a minute you'll be at the highest point of Latin America and Santiago will see 360 ° not to be missed visit
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  • Caught a great sunset from here, worth the trip across town, the mall below it is huge and very similar to any American mall in the states with many US companies, but no real bargains.  more »
  • For those who like to take beautiful pictures, this is a good place. A 300-metre high building you can see the entire city of Santiago. There are explanatory panels informed each locality, so it's not a place you'll only see buildings looking down. Is sensational, worth a visit!
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  • Very cool to come and visit when you're in Santiago. It's the tallest viewing platform in Latin America and is connected with a shopping mall where you can complete your visit. A quick touristy things to do. Definitely recommend.
  • I came here with my partner about 30 minutes before sunset. We paid a little extra to get the "fast pass", which let us cut the line and was well worth it (I think we would have missed the sunset if we waited in line). At the top, there are 2 levels where you can have a 360 degree view of Santiago. The sunset was absolutely fantastic from up there, and people actually clapped when the sun set which I thought was hilarious. Although a little expensive, it is worth the money for the view.
  • Great view over the whole Santiago. However you should look for a day when smog is gone to see everything
  • First stop for anyone who just arrived into Santiago. There is tour buses that go through Santiago and stop here every 30mins. With awesome views of every part of Santiago they also have staff who give a little history about the city. Cleanest public toilets in all of Santiago and also free to use. There is also a mall on the ground fall which has a wide range of shops that you would usually find at a mall. They also have the widest range of take away food I have ever seen in Santiago in the food court.
  • Great place to hang out. Lots of stores and the food court is ok. Always full of people so be carefull with your kids
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