|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|GRU||Santiago||Apr 30 - May 14||$200|
|MIA||Santiago||Apr 13 - Apr 20||$219|
|EZE||Santiago||Jun 9 - Jun 9||$291|
|JFK||Santiago||Apr 14 - Apr 21||$314|
|LAX||Santiago||Apr 17 - May 3||$475|
|YYZ||Santiago||Jul 10 - Jul 25||$523|
|LGA||Santiago||May 1 - May 4||$707|
|Number of Airlines Serving|
|Airlines Serving||LATAM Airlines Group, Aerolineas Argentinas, American Airlines, Air Canada|
|Number of Daily Flights|
|Airlines with Direct Flights|
Locked in the dates for your escape to Santiago? With 8 airlines servicing this city, you're sure to find a flight that ties in with your travel plans. These are some of the most prominent carriers:
Santiago has just one airport. You'll be strolling through the arrivals gate at Santiago Airport (SCL-Arturo Merino Benitez), located 10 miles (16 kilometers) from the center of the city.Where to stay in Santiago
Discovering the true essence of Santiago, the capital of Chile, starts with booking a place to stay. With 672 properties to pick from with Travelocity, finding the ideal base for your next epic adventure is a breeze.
After a big day of exploring, there's nothing better than returning to a luxury suite. The NH Ciudad de Santiago and the Hotel Boutique Castillo Rojo are the top upmarket properties to consider in Santiago. More of a cost-conscious traveler? The Ají Hostel and the Chile Hostales Santiago may be more your style.
If you're looking forward to seeing Palacio de la Moneda, Downtown Santiago, you may want to stay within the area. The Posada del Salvador and the Apartamento Living Huelen are just a short walk away, so you can be sure you won't miss out on any of the action!Places to visit in Santiago
Famous attractions can look awesome online, but there's nothing like gazing at them yourself. When you're staying in Santiago, make sure you visit Palacio de la Moneda and San Cristobal Hill — they really will blow you away!
Need some sightseeing hints? Don't go home until you've visited Plaza de la Constitucion and Santa Lucia Hill.
You should explore Santiago Town Square, a historic piazza that's loved by locals and visitors alike. Want some more options? Strive to grasp the difference between epochs, eons and eras at National Museum of Natural History, and quench your thirst for knowledge. And that's not all there is. Gain knowledge of the intriguing wonders of the natural world at National History Museum.How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Santiago
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Approaching Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport (SCL), you can’t help but notice the waters of the Mapocho River and the towering summits of the nearby Andes Mountains. Maybe you’re already thinking of trekking to Vina Aquitania at the foot of the Andes to make your own wine. And enjoying the neon nightlife in Barrio Bellavista, one of the best street-food scenes, is also on your list. Chile is calling to you, and you can’t wait to deboard your Santiago flight.
Your plane has arrived, and whether you have a short trip to one of the hotels close to SCL or are staying downtown, it won’t be long before you’re coveting the panoramic view from San Cristobal Hill while enjoying a glass of wine. Taxi and shuttle services are located in baggage claim and provide you with access to most of the city’s major shopping districts and some of the best Chilean souvenirs. If you’d rather get behind the wheel and venture out into the city on your own, several car rental agencies have set up shop in Terminal 1. Staying in the city and want to save extra dollars? The Centropuerto bus line is your best bet, as it will take you to the Santiago Metro Station. After ditching your bags in the room, go for an eye-opening walk around the city. The regular flights into Santiago land only 11 miles away from downtown, so you’ll be able to hit the streets quickly.
What are you waiting for? Explore Travelocity’s options for affordable airfare and cheap flights to Santiago. You’ll be able to keep some extra dollars in your pocket for empanadas while you whip it up with the locals during a soccer game at Estadio Nacional Julio Martinez Pradanos. Sit back. Relax. And let your Santiago vacation become the stuff of legend.