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PAIDAHUEN ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK

Declared a National Monument Park for the grand relevance and wealth of archaeology, located just 2 hours north of Santiago it would be modest to say this is a hidden gem. Within this park are hills with the most concentrated amount of petroglyphs in the country, in fact over 500 that date back as far as 1500 A.C. Administrated by Vineyard San Esteban, this park makes a perfect place to combine with a full day Anconcagua excursion during any Santiago program. Lookout points to impress, trekking trails to explore, and even world renowned Chilean wine at the nearby San Esteban estate and add some traditional cuisine for lunch. Additional bike or horse riding are some other options to be explored. Paidahuen Archaeological Park is waiting to be uncovered by your guests. Contact your travelArt partner to find out more about this hidden gem not to be missed during a stay in Santiago.

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