Chile is an extensive territory with wide horizons, where the feeling of being alive floods you, connects you with nature and invites you to explore pristine lands. A challenge to the senses, where its people and all its culture will pleasantly surprise you with their friendliness and entertainment. A completely new experience where whales can fly, the desert is dyed with flowers and you can enjoy all four seasons of the year in one day. A place where the impossible is possible.
Shown below, the most important tourist attractions of Santiago City and other places in Chile. The attractions of San Pedro de Atacama you can see at the Post Congress Tour on our web page corlas2022.com
Religion in Chile is a significant part of the society of the country and has been relevant in various events throughout its history.
Although its relevance has declined in recent years, (you can see 2002 Census data) Catholicism is the prevailing belief with a significant influence in society with 48% of followers according to the Bicentennial National Survey, followed by the Protestants, including Mormons, Evangelicals, Jehova¨'s Witnesses and Orthodox who represent 18% of the Chilean population and 5% profess other religions.
The remaining 32% of the population are atheists, agnostics, or with no religión.
Located in: Juan Pablo II Park
Address: Av. Pdte. Riesco 6430, Las Condes, Santiago.
Monday to Saturday 12:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday 10:00 /11:00 / 12:30 /19:30
Phone: (2) 2201 5551
Address: Av. Holanda 151, Providencia, Santiago
Schedule: Sunday 12:00 hrs
Phone: +569 5104 8331
The Providence Church is part of the Anglican Church of Chile, present
in the most important regions of the country and recognized for its
Christian witness. Worldwide the Anglican community is made up of
around eighty million believers on all continents.
Address: Comandante Malbec 13210 · Lo Barnechea, Santiago
Phone: (2) 2240 5000
Museum: Interactive Jewish Museum of Chile
Address: Comandante Malbec 13210, Lo Barnechea, Santiago
Phone: (2) 2942 8623
Address: Campoamor 2975, Santiago, Ñuñoa, Santiago
Schedule: 21:00 Opening hour
Phone: (2) 2343 1376
As-Salam Mosque is a place of worship for folower of
the Islamic faith, it was the first mosque built in Chile.
Address: Diagonal Las Torres 2000, Peñalolén, Santiago
Phone: 56 2 32209940
Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday 9 a.m to 7p.m. Closed Monday
A gathering place for South America Located in the foothills of the Andes in Santiago, Chile, the Bahá’í House of Worship of South America opens its doors on October 19th 2016. It will welcome individuals from Santiago and from all over the world to visit, contemplate in its gardens and to participate in the community activities for which it is a focal point.
This House of Worship, joins those other continental houses of worship, as a meeting point that promotes unity through free participation in acts of prayer and service while in a serene environment, free of rituals or ceremonies.
The Bahá’í community offers this place as a concrete contribution to the continuing development of our society— a place open to all, promoting bonds of unity, and heeding the call made by Bahá’u’lláh, the Founder of the Bahá’í Faith:“Build ye houses of worship throughout the lands in the name of Him Who is the Lord of all religions… Then, with radiance and joy, celebrate therein the praise of your Lord, the Most Compassionate.”