Cheap, non-stop flights from Rome, Italy, to Santiago, Chile for only €455 roundtrip with Alitalia.
The central location in Chile makes Santiago a great base for visiting other areas. Head to Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia which is known for its splendid blue glaciers and three tower mountains the park takes its name from. And, of course, do not forget that Chile is the country of good wines! There are plenty of world class wineries in each region waiting to offer you exquisite local wine tasting.
Parque Nacional Torres Del Paine features stunning terrain and breathtaking scenery. This national park in the extreme south region of Patagonia encompasses mountains, glaciers, countless lakes and rivers. The centrepiece of the park is the spectacular granite Paine Massif, shaped by the glacial ice. The highest peak of the group is Paine Grande (2,884 m / 9,462 ft).
Another highlight of this iconic region is the San Rafael Glacier that calves into the Laguna San Rafael. This tidewater glacier nearest the equator is accessible only by plane or by boat passing through the narrow channels of the isolated Aisén region. In northern Patagonia you should visit Lago Llanquihue that offers a fantastic view of the Osorno volcano from across the lake.
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January to March & June to July 2019
Jan 21 – Feb 9, Jan 28 – Feb 12, Feb 2-12, 5-12, Feb 5-24, 13-24, Mar 18-31
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In Santiago de Chile you can consider staying at 4* NH Ciudad de Santiago with excellent reviews. The air conditioned rooms feature separate seating, ensuite bathroom, a desk and cable TV. Free Wi-Fi and Breakfast included in the rate.