Santiago and its connection with the Andes.

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Just 15 kilometers southeast of Santiago, is the Cajón del Maipo. This place has become an escape for the residents of the capital who want to breathe fresh air and get out of the hustle and bustle of the city.

It is wonderful to discover that at such a small distance from the center there are small towns in the foothills of the Cordillera de Los Andes, where relaxation and life in harmony are experienced.

In this place you will be able to reencounter with nature, enjoy typical Chilean food and exquisite German style onces in different places. And if you are one of those who enjoy adventure tourism, there are countless places to practice canopy, rafting, trekking, horseback riding and countless outdoor activities.

Put on your shoes and get ready for an adrenaline injection while climbing rocks, diving into their streams or exploring their paleontological sites.

The Maipo River, which flows from the foot of the Andes, is the source of the energy that flows through the city. Jump bungee jumping, feel the speed while rafting or test your strength along your canyoning routes.

If you like intimate experiences related to nature, horseback riding, fly fishing or enjoy a picnic with its crystal clear ponds will make you smile.

Try the local food in the small shops along the way and prepare to lick your fingers with your clay oven pies, handmade rolls and homegrown dried fruits. If your tooth is asking for sweeter things, your tea rooms are famous for their handmade cakes with chocolate and delicacy.

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