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Built by Luis Cousiño as a gift to his wife Isidora Goyenechea, the palace construction was inspired by the Versalles architecture.
It belonged to the Cousiño Family between 1928 and 1940, today is a Historical Monument and a museum that offers beautiful landscapes, ballrooms and a winter garden.
Cultural, architecture and historical interest zone.
Metropolitan region. Located in Santiago, Dieciocho Street.
How to get there?
To Santiago: Airway, to the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport. Also, land route, by Route Panamericana 5.
From Valparaiso: Land route, by Cuesta La Dornida (Route 68)
You can access to the Cousiño Palace from Alameda Ave. or Dieciocho Street and Toesca Metro Station (subway)
When to go?
All year long.
Mediterraneo weather. There is a dry season and rain during winter time. The annual media temperature is 14ºC, and the annual media precipitations are 356.2 milimeters.
Housing, food, transportation, outdoor activities.
Cousiño Palace touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Civic District of Santiago||0,2 mi|
|La Moneda Palace||0,6 mi|
|Plaza de Armas||1,0 mi|
|Santa Lucia Hill||1,0 mi|
|Forestal Park||1,3 mi|
|La Chascona Pablo Neruda's House||1,9 mi|
|Cousiño Macul Vine||4,9 mi|
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