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The weather was gloomy and overcast on the day of my Santiago sight-seeing tour. Add in the smog, and I passed on going to the Grand Santiago Tower (aka Sky Costanera). Now back home, I wish I’d just gone! While the weather is going to...More
It is a Glorious Sun rise over the Andes as we descend into Chile.
Our landing includes a view of Grand Santiago Tower.
The 360 degrees views from Grand Santiago Tower (On a Clear Day) are worth the admission fee, and later we visited the...More
The tallest building in South America.,I had doubted that I would visit as, during my stay in Santiago, the weather had been gloomy and cloudy and nothing much to see I had assumed by visiting this building. One morning I woke to blue skies and...More
It is better known as Sky Costanera or Costanera Center and one can find many more reviews under those attractions. Well organized, amazing views from the 61st and 62nd floors, a little pricy (15.000 CLP x person), but really easy to access and no queues....More
Easy to find and a reasonable entrance fee gets you by far the best views in Santiago. Although you can see quite clearly the pollution above the city it doesn't detract from the background view of the Andes. We didn't see the view with snow...More
Beautiful area, fantastic views. However, it is too expensive for what it is. But, tourists continue to pay it, and they are getting what they want. Great spot for pictures. Hope you go on a non-smoggy day.
Like most of these whizz-bang attractions, the cost often outshines the rewards. Yes, this is the highest tower in South America, and yes, on a good day the views are spectacular with the city of Santiago stretching out in front of the Andes, but there...More
Currently the tallest building in a South America, with a large shopping mall occupying several floors of the lower levels. Rapid lifts provide access to the top viewing floors for panoramic views across the city, for a fee. If you are a tourist stop first...More