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Sky Costanera, Santiago
(4.7/5 based on 5,000+ reviews on the web)
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. Add Sky Costanera to your Santiago travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Santiago vacation planner.
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  • Excellent view though safe in winter cute option is much better to visit. Suitable for all ages.
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  • Visitor almost obligatory to the tourist in Santiago. From there you can see the city from every angle and there is on-site guide in Portuguese. Costs about 8,000 pesos per person and is located in the Mall Costanera Center. Go Metro
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  • the access is within the receptive Promenade are very polite will;d tips while accompany visitors. The elevator stops at 61° where you can see Santiago, who want to climb to 62} has access by stairs or ladder rolate normal, above the columns has the name of the attractions and when you step into a point hear the explanations about it. The only downside was that in certain places the Windows were a bit dirty.
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  • Great city and Andes mountains views. 360 degrees and great info bits throughout the tower. Tallest tower in Latin America and worth going up once. I saw amazing sunset :)
  • The most awesome view of Santiago (if the air is clean). Not so great if there is "smog", but totally worth it in a clear day!
  • Stunning 360° view of Santiago! Is definitely worth to visit even if you saw the city from the hills. It is, for sure, one of the top things to do while in Santiago. Sure that the best time is at Sunset, where you can see the city at day and at night. You can stay up there as long as you want and there's free Wi-Fi.
  • Helpful staff, the view is good for orienting yourself in the city. If you have a day with smog, which seem to come often in Santiago, you won't be able to see much of the mountains. A few interesting tidbits written on the wall, but you can see everything that you need to in 15-20 minutes
  • It's not usual for me to rate observation decks that highly. There's always something that gets in the way of the view, be it building parts, other buildings, nets or whatever. Not the case here. 360-degree views of the capital, the mountains, and beautiful sunsets. Not cheap (10000 peso?), but recommended.