|Viña del Mar||$552|
|San Pedro de Atacama||$858|
Boarding a flight to Chile offers more than interesting blend of cultures. Chile introduces travelers to excellent wines and seafood, unique handicrafts and shopping, and whole lot of history. Together with the 16 million people who call Chile home, this country and its artifacts make it one of the most ideal places to visit.
Travelers booking Chile flights can find direct service to Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benítez airport from Miami, Atlanta, New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Toronto. Most international flights to Chile are red-eyes, so visitors have a relaxing first day in Chile before hitting the Andes Mountains or going all out on a shop-til-you-drop escapade in one of Chile’s fashionable cities.
Book a flight to Chile to revel in its lively atmosphere.
Much of Chile is covered with mountains and snow. The deserts in the north are warm in the day and cool in the night. The centre of the country has a more Mediterranean climate, with rains from May to August. The south is very cold, especially in the winter, and rainy.
Domestic flights are available throughout the country as well as regional flights to the neighbouring countries such as Peru or Bolivia. The bus system in Chile is very good. The network covers much of the country and service is cheap and efficient. In comparison, trains are poor; many lines are used only for freight.
(prices quoted are from London)