The official language spoken in Chile is Spanish.
Name: Chilean Peso
$835 is approximately £1
Time Zone: Chile is GMT/UTC - 3h during Standard Time / Easter Island is GMT/UTC - 5h
Much like many of its Latin American counterparts, Chile is bursting with unforgettable scenery, jaw-dropping landscapes, animated locals and a thriving capital city.
Home to a staggering one third of Chile’s population and located in the shadow of the magnificent Andes, Santiago is certainly one of the most picturesque capitals in the world. Architecturally contrasting, Santiago marries the old and new with historic colonial buildings, modern skyscrapers and opulent hotels.
A pint in a pub/bar will is around $2,600 (approx. £3)
A basic lunchtime meal with drink is around $5,500 (approx. £7)
Around $4,300 (approx. £5) for a 5-mile journey
A one way ticket on local transport is around $600 (approx. £0.70)
From $6,500 a night (approx. £8)
From $22,000 (approx. £26) a night for a 3 star hotel
As a British passport holder planning to stay for less than 90 days, you do not need a visa to visit Chile. If you’re thinking about staying longer than 90 days, you should speak with the Chilean Embassy, which is based in Westminster, London. If you decide to stay longer than 980 days whilst in Chile, you’ll need to visit the Chile’s Immigration Department.