Your tour begins at the Fuente a la Gloria de Bolivar, located in the center of Plaza de Armas, where you’ll greet your guide in red. From here, you’ll escape the tourist crowds by taking the subway to San Miguel, a formerly neglected district that has been radically transformed by the Open Sky street museum project.
During the short journey, your guide offers insight into San Miguel’s history before taking you on a tour of the district’s 40 vibrant murals. Appreciate artistic details including brush techniques and materials used, discover the stories behind each urban masterpiece, and admire the neighborhood’s statuesque architecture.
Then, following a lengthy wander, satisfy your appetite with traditional Chilean snacks in a local home. Relish Chilean hospitality as you feast on freshly baked bread, avocados, eggs, and sweet cakes, while chatting to your host.
Your tour concludes back at your original departure point in Plaza de Armas.