If your trip to Santiago is all organized but your travel itinerary is a little on the empty side, we can give you a helping hand.
Plan a stop at Plaza Banconal. It's one sight you'll usually find on most travelers' must-do lists. Cerámica La Peña and Parque Nacional Cerro Hoya are also close by and worth taking the time to see.
Time to hit the open road and journey out to Santa Fe. Just 31 miles away, a day trip here is a no-brainer. Want an excuse to go check it out? Cerro Tute and Cascada de Bermejo should do. If you need any more convincing, also think about Quebrada Bulava.
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Sure, you could vacation in Santiago without a rental vehicle. But with loads to see and do here, having one would certainly make your getaway more fun and convenient. If you plan to head out of town and into Mother Nature, pick a rental car with a bit of power. A larger car like an SUV will get you to the area's mountains in style and comfort. Rather spend the majority of your time right in the city? A compact or mini car is the way to go. Maneuvering through narrow laneways and squeezing into tiny parking spots will be a lot less stressful in one of these.
For some people, owning a luxury vehicle is the stuff that dreams are made of. But renting the car of your dreams is well within your grasp! Imagine the feeling of tearing down the open road in a classy convertible, even if it's only for a day or two. Or maybe all you're after is a cheap ride to get you quickly from A to B. Flashy or affordable? Either way, there's a rental car to suit your style in Santiago.