If you are a wine lover, the Chilean capital of Santiago is well worth a visit. The city is wedged between a number of famous wine regions, and only a short drive from the capital are several other interesting regions. Chilean winemakers enjoy introducing visitors to their exquisite creations.
Chile has been producing wine since the 16th century when it was under Spanish colonial rule. Today, the country is one of the largest wine producers in the world, with more than 200 wineries and 14 different varieties. Most wineries are open to the public and offer excellent wine tastings as well as a host of other activities.
“The La Montaña wine region offers rappel, hiking and mountain biking”