1. Top of San Cristobal Hill
Hike to the top of the famous San Cristobal Hill for a panoramic view of Santiago's skyline. You cannot miss this if you go here. The top of the sacred hill even has a "church" set up complete with an altar and pews overlooking Santiago from atop. Feeling lazy? Take the funicular up for a measly $3.
2. Plaza De Armas
The historical heart of Santiago located near Santa Lucia.
3. Top of Santa Lucia Hill
For a casual walk to see the mountain backdrop of Santiago, Santa Lucia Hill is a darling hill in the middle of the city.
4. Vitacura Park
Located in a more ritzy part of town, this beautiful park is a great place to go for a relaxed walk. Bring a book or picnic basket!
Barrio Suecia is a Swedish influenced neighborhood that is charming and great for shopping.
6. Costanera Center
The financial district of Santiago houses the tallest skyscraper known as Gran Torre. Head to this neighborhood to scope the building and get some good shopping in.