Cerro Santa Lucía has been one of the most relevant points since the foundation of Santiago, on February 12, 1541. The monumental neoclassical entrance to the hill was completed in 1902 and harmonizes around a sculpture of the God Neptune, an entire architectural ensemble with curved staircases, pools, a large terrace and a triumphal arch topped by a dome.
The set constitutes a very evocative image of the lifestyle of Santiago's high society at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.
What to see in Saint Lucia?
from this stop Hop On Hop Off you will be able to see and explore places of interest that include Cerro Santa Lucía, its architecture and panoramic views of the city.
In addition, the National Library, Paris-London neighborhood, Church of San Francisco del Monte, Central House of the Catholic University of Chiley Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center.
The Lastarria neighborhood, is within steps and It has a strong cultural stamp where you can find art galleries, restaurants, bookstores, crafts and much more.