Bicycle Rental in Santiago

Bike Santiago

Ask in any of the five hubs (including La Moneda, Costanera Center and Plaza de Armas) about the Tourist Plan, which lets you use Santiago's main bike-share program for one day (CH$5000) or three days (CH$10,000). T…
Bus in Santiago

Buses Centropuerto

Buses Centropuerto is a cheap, efficient bus service connecting the airport with the city center (Los Héroes). It leaves from right outside the arrivals hall, and you can buy tickets on board. All buses stop at metr…
Bus Station in Santiago

Terminal de Buses Sur

Santiago’s largest terminal is usually manically busy. The companies operating from the large, semi­-covered ticket area mainly serve destinations south of Santiago, including the central coast, the Lakes District a…
Cable Car in Santiago

Teleférico

Santiago’s new and improved cable cars glide over Parque Metropolitano for sweeping views of both the city and the mountains that surround it. Stops include Piscina Tupahue (for a quick swim) and Cerro San Cristóbal…
Bus in Santiago

Turbus Aeropuerto

A cheap, efficient bus service connecting the airport with the city (Terminal Alameda). It leaves from right outside the arrivals hall, and you can buy tickets on board. All buses stop at metro station Pajaritos on …
Airline in Santiago

LATAM Airlines

Chile's main carrier and the largest airline in South America. There are ticket offices throughout Santiago, including branches in Centro, Las Condes and Providencia.
Bus in Santiago

Circuito Cultural de Transantiago

For the price of one normal bus trip you can loop around the city each Sunday to 18 stops following a cultural circuit through Santiago Centro. Find a map with English-language info here: www.transportepublicosantia…
Train Station in Santiago

Estación Central

Chile’s limited train system operates out of Estación Central. Normal trains run to Chillán (CH$8100, five hours, twice daily), while special tourist trains head to the Colchagua Valley two Saturdays each month (CH$…
Metro in Santiago

Metro

Metro is the cheapest and fastest way to get around Santiago. You can purchase single rides, but if you plan on using the metro frequently it makes more sense to buy a rechargeable bip! card (CH$1550).
Bus Station in Santiago

Terminal Los Héroes

Limited bus service to Buenos Aires, Los Andes, San Felipe and destinations south to Chiloé. Note that these routes can all be found at greater frequencies in the larger terminals further west.