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The Costanera Center Torre 2, better known as Gran Torre Santiago (Great Santiago Tower), and previously known as Torre Gran Costanera, is a 64-story tall skyscraper in Santiago, Chile, the tallest in Latin America. It is the second-tallest building in the Southern hemisphere by highest architectural feature (behind Q1 in Australia) and by highest occupied floor (after Australia's Eureka Tower). It was designed by Argentine architect César Pelli.
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The building has 61 floors(maybe more) and is the tallest building in Latin America. Got a chance to see the last sunset in 2017. Great experience!
With the best city view, you must visit this place to understand what I'm talking about. A whole floor to enjoy the city view, the best time is the sunset.
I came here with my partner about 30 minutes before sunset. We paid a little extra to get the "fast pass", which let us cut the line and was well worth it (I think we would have missed the sunset if we waited in line). At the top, there are 2 levels where you can have a 360 degree view of Santiago. The sunset was absolutely fantastic from up there, and people actually clapped when the sun set which I thought was hilarious. Although a little expensive, it is worth the money for the view.
First stop for anyone who just arrived into Santiago. There is tour buses that go through Santiago and stop here every 30mins. With awesome views of every part of Santiago they also have staff who give a little history about the city. Cleanest public toilets in all of Santiago and also free to use. There is also a mall on the ground fall which has a wide range of shops that you would usually find at a mall. They also have the widest range of take away food I have ever seen in Santiago in the food court.
An awesome place...yet, choose the time of your visit wisely...You might get a limited view of the city. The place is run very well and you will have all the assistance you might want or need. A must-see in Santiago.
Very cool to come and visit when you're in Santiago. It's the tallest viewing platform in Latin America and is connected with a shopping mall where you can complete your visit. A quick touristy things to do. Definitely recommend.
Views were impressive. Bad rating because it was smoggy in santiago and was a little underwhelming compared to Sky Point which is taller and is in the Gold Coast Australia with clearer views.
Great experience with wonderful views around Santiago, expect to queue for a while, but it’s absolutely worth it. The views of both the city and the mountains in the distance are spectacular. In my humble opinion I would recommend going in the evening just before dusk so that you get to see the views both in the light and dark as well as watching the sunset over the mountains. It is truly a majestic sight. It is open until quite to allow this too. One thing I would recommend is that you check the weather before you book a ticket so that your view is not obscured.
Nice skyline of Santiago and the Andes, although the city is polluted and can't enjoy the whole view. I recommend to go up just after a rain so the visibility is spectacular.
This is a great place to take photos of the city, it is well placed and of course it's a Santiago must know place. Otherwise, it is a kind of overpriced, since it is just for the view. My recommendation is to go once.
Worth the money for the panoramic views of the city from the tallest building in SA. I recommend going at sunset preferably after it's rained for the best photos. The elevator wait times were a bit long. The open air upper floor was really cool.
If you are in Santiago and have some time, it's a cool place to go. Doesn't take much time but gives a very nice view of an Urban set up in the lap of nice mountains.
Fantastic. We were there for the sunset and stayed for the night photos as well. Best time to go if you want both light conditions.
Great experience on the expensive side. Make sure to check the weather forecast for the best value, we could see really far during our visit.