30th International Input-Output Association Conference
12th Edition of the International School of I-O Analysis
1st - 5th July 2024, Santiago, Chile


Excursion and Attractions in Santiago


City Tour in Santiago

Join us on an exciting excursion in Santiago's city center, where conference attendees can explore iconic landmarks such as the La Moneda Palace, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Post Office Building, and Parade Ground. We will then visit Santa Lucía Hill or San Cristobal Hill, offering stunning city views. Continue the journey to the renowned Fine Arts Museum of Santiago, immersing yourself in the local art scene. Finally, experience the atmosphere of Bellavista, known for its art galleries, antique mansions, and trendy bars and restaurants. Transportation will be provided for a convenient experience throughout the excursion.

Cultural Activity

The gala dinner at the Events Hall and Auditorium of Andrés Bello University will be complemented by a cultural activity that allows attendees to immerse themselves in a beautiful folkloric show featuring captivating dancers and talented live musicians. This extraordinary experience offers a wonderful opportunity to delve into the rich cultural heritage of Chile.


During their visit to Santiago, conference participants can explore various captivating attractions that showcase the city's cultural heritage, impressive architecture, and natural beauty. These attractions will enhance the overall conference experience by allowing participants to fully immerse themselves in this vibrant city. Some options to consider are:

Plaza de Armas

In Santiago, one of the must-see attractions is Plaza de Armas, the historic heart of the city. Here, conference participants can immerse themselves in the rich heritage of Santiago. Admire the grandeur of the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Central Post Office Building, and the Royal Court Palace. The square comes alive with street performers and vendors, creating a lively atmosphere for exploration.


Santiago is home to world-class museums that provide a window into the country's history and art. The Chilean Museum of Pre-Columbian Art exhibits indigenous artifacts, while the National Museum of Fine Arts features international and Chilean artworks. These museums offer a chance to explore the rich cultural heritage and diverse artistic expressions in Santiago.

La Moneda Palace

La Moneda Palace is an iconic architectural gem in Santiago and serves as the presidential palace of Chile. This neoclassical marvel, with its grandeur and elegance, stands as a symbol of power and history. A visit to La Moneda Palace offers a glimpse into the rich heritage and political significance of Chile, allowing visitors to appreciate the splendor and historical importance of this remarkable landmark.

Santa Lucía Hill

Santa Lucía Hill in Santiago's city center is an urban oasis with charming gardens, cascading fountains, and a castle-like structure at the summit. Visitors can enjoy the stunning views of Santiago's skyline against the majestic Andes Mountains. It is a perfect escape to embrace nature's beauty and tranquility.

Costanera Center

Another gem in the city is the Costanera Center, which currently holds the title of South America's tallest building. Visitors can explore the vibrant shopping mall, offices, and the Sky Costanera observation deck. There is also an elevator ride to the top to enjoy the stunning views of the cityscape and snow-capped peaks in the distance.

Parque Bicentenario Vitacura

In addition to all the cultural gems, Santiago also boasts an abundance of green spaces, providing a breath of fresh air in the bustling city. Parque Bicentenario in Vitacura is among the parks where visitors can relax, take leisure walks and enjoy recreational activities.