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London Santiago from £1283

The flight from London to Santiago can take anything from 15 to 50 hours depending on your departure point and flight provider. Air Canada, British Airways and KLM are some of the more popular service providers with flights departing from London City, Heathrow and London Gatwick. With a range of cheap flight deals available be sure to use an online comparison site to ensure you receive the best possible deal. The majority of flight services between the two destinations make at least one stop at a major North American air hub. New York Newark, Atlanta, Boston Logan and Dallas Fort Worth are some of the most popular, though your stopover destination will depend on your service provider and point of departure in the UK. On arrival you will land at Arturo Merino Benitez International, which is located nine miles outside downtown Santiago. There are private taxis, a shuttle bus and car hire services available for those looking for a way to complete their journey in to the city.

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Cheap London - Santiago Flights

To travel between London and Santiago at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Santiago flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Santiago flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Santiago 1 Cerro Santa Lucia

The Cerro Santa is a place of tranquil natural beauty positioned in the heart of the city. Covering over 65,000 square metres, the park is full of ornate features and traditional architecture.

2 Museum of Fine Art

The Museum celebrates Chile's independence charting the areas struggle with a variety of exhibitions that showcase some of the finest Chilean art in the world. Built in the Neoclassical style the building is a site of tremendous architectural importance.

3 Cathedral of Santiago

In this proudly Catholic country, the Cathedral is the central site of worship. It is also architecturally impressive, positioned amongst a number of the city's other major landmarks.

4 San Cristobal Hill

San Cristobal offers unparalleled views of the city and the Andes and is an enormously hiking and walking spot with tourists. A statue of the Virgin Mary stand atop the hill looking down on the people of the city.

5 Palace of La Moneda

The Palace is the seat of the president and one of the most magnificent buildings in Santiago. With beautiful grounds, a number of statues and some incredible water features, tourists won't regret taking a tour of the area.

Required travel documents for Cuba

There is a time difference of four hours between the UK and Chile. For those staying in the country for 90 days or less there are no visa requirements currently in place. You may however be required to secure a transit visa to ensure you can pass through any connecting countries. A fully up to date biometric passport with blank pages to stamp should ensure you are able to enter the country with ease.Santiago is the capital and largest city in Chile and sits at one of the highest points above sea level in South America. As famous for its breathtaking natural wonders as it is for its friendly population, the city is the perfect place to experience first hand everything South American has to offer. With so many cheap flight offers it has never been easier to visit.