Hop-on-Hop-off-Tour durch Santiago
Egal ob Sie das erste Mal oder zum wiederholten Mal da sind, die Santiago Hop-on-Hop-off-Bus-Tour bietet unbegrenzten Wert über einen Tag. Klimatisiert und ausgestattet mit Audiokommentar können Sie Ihre Reise individuell durch die Flexibilität, an verschiedenen Orten der Stadt beliebig ein- und auszusteigen, gestalten.
Liste der Haltestellen:
1. Parque Arauco
2. Hotel Sheraton
3. Patio Bellavista
4. Parque Metropolitano
5. Plaza de Armas
6. Plaza de la Constitución
7. Paseo Bulnes
8. Santa Lucía
10. El Golf
11. Isidora Goyenechea
12. Costanera Center
In Ihrem Reiseplan weiter unten finden Sie eine Liste der Haltestellen.
- Armband und Kopfhörer (vor Tourbeginn abzuholen)
- Abholung und Rückgabe vom Hotel
- Speisen und Getränke, sofern nicht anders angegeben
- Sie erhalten die Bestätigung zum Zeitpunkt der Buchung.
- Tickets sind für einen Tag gültig und können zwischen 9:30 und 18:00 Uhr verwendet werden
- Wichtig: Sie müssen diesen Gutschein in Info Centern in verschiedenen Gegenden von Santiago gegen ein Hop-on-Hop-off-Ticket eintauschen. Dort erhalten Sie Ihr Armband und die Kopfhörer für die Audiotour. Detaillierte Informationen finden Sie in Ihrem Gutschein.
- Rollstuhlgerecht, jedoch gibt es eine große Stufe, um in den Bus einzusteigen, und Sie müssen (mit Fahrerunterstützung) stehen können, um einsteigen zu können
The Hop-On-Off bus was an easy and affordable way to see the city. The staff were approachable and helpful.
Great tour of the city!
We can't rate this tour - the bus was an hour later than the scheduled time at our stop.
We were late for the 10:15am tour. But went on the 2:15pm one. The name of the bus company is nowhere to be found in Larcomar Shopping Center. The Information Center had not heard the To ur Company on the voucher. He called the contact number on the voucher, but was not correct. He said it was missing numbers.The Panoramic City Tour took us from Miraflores to Barrancos, San Isidro and the colonial part of the city. Traffic was horrendous. The city has 11,000.00 people. It seemed that everyone was out. The views were foggy. They claim is a natural phenomenon called La Nina. We believe is pollutWe visited the Plaza de Armas and looked at a few old colonial building that are both government offices and also privately owned. We visited the Monastery of the Franciscans and its Catacombs. Its still the home of Franciscans. Unfortunately, is in a state of disrepair. The library is abandoned. Precious religious books are going to be lost soon. No patrons are helping these priests to preserve anything. Tour Guides were speaking English and Spanish only. There were no headsets, no circuit map of route. The bus was yellow and the name is Turibus. The bus is a bit tired. This is the worst Hop On Hop Off I have been on.
This is a wonderful way to see the sites. The buses were clean and inviting. The staff made certain you new where to get off and back on. The commentary along the way was very informative. For anyone with only a day to visit this city we would recommend the hop on hop off.
We found the actual tour on the bus to be great. It gave us a really good idea of what Santiago offered and actually got quite close to so many sites of interest. I'm always amazed at how these drivers manage to drive through the narrow streets with all the pedestrians and traffic, but they really know what they're doing. We only had limited time until flight time so we decided just to ride the bus and not hop-off anywhere. disappointing as I would like to have got off and explored more of the city. We were told that to go all around would be two hours, yet it actually was longer than this due to traffic and stops. The guide on the bus was so good to keep track of us knowing we spoke only English. We did have some problem with finding the location at which to get the bracelet for the bus entrance. We went to Central Market, but didn't know that it was Mercado Central and that this market includes many different stalls/kiosks. With our very limited Spanish and the vendors in the market not knowing much English, we had a problem getting directions. We finally had an English speaking guide lead us to the Turistik location and we got our bracelet.
This is a great way to get your bearings in a new city. The service ran as promised, which is what you want. The rest is up to you.