The Santa Lucía hill has been one of the most relevant places in Santiago since the city was founded by Pedro de Valdivia on the 12th of February of 1541. The hill’s monumental neoclassical entrance was completed in 1902, and harmonizes around a sculpture of the god Neptune, an architectonic unit with curved stairways, fountains, and a spacious terrace with a triumphant arch crowned by a dome. This unit constitutes a good image of the lifestyle of Santiago’s high society of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. From the Turistik Santa Lucía Stop you will be able to see and visit buildings and places of interest which include: the Santa Lucia hill, the National Library, the Paris- Londres neighborhood, the main building of the Universidad Catolica de Chile, and the Lastarria neighborhood which has a strong cultural character where you will be able to find art galleries, restaurants, and cultural centers.