Chile is a very exciting wine country today, really worth visiting. When you come to Chile you will surely also come to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz is a small town in the Colchagua Valley in Chile. It has around 40 000 inhabitants. It is the almost inevitable base-camp to explore the famous Colchagua Valley, and, for example, Lolol, Apalta, Cachapoal, Rapel, Curico, and other nearby valleys and regions. It is about 2 hours south of Santiago, in the Chilean region curiously named “General O’Higgins”.
We have just published a “city” guide (it is a small city) with our selection of where to eat and what to do on BKWine’s Travel Blog: Santa Cruz in Colchagua, Chile, a short “city” guide.
If you really want to discover the fantastic wines and the wine countries of South America you can come on a wine tour to Chile-Argentina with BKWine.
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