Curicó Valley Wine Route is less than 200 kms. to the South of Santiago –Chilean capital city- located from the Andean foothills, going by the sub-valleys of the Central Valley until getting to the Coastal Mountain Range, in Southern latitude of 35° parallel.

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If you come by:

Bus. From Santiago use line 1 of the subway to get to “Universidad de Santiago” station. There you will find Alameda Bus Station, where there are buses which go to Curicó. In about 2 hours and 30 minutes you will arrive at Curicó bus station located at Prat street, just 5 blocks from our office, to which you can get walking or by taxi, which charges $1.000 / US$1.5.

Train. From Santiago use line 1 of the subway to get to “Estación Central”, there you have to choose a train to the south which gets to Curicó. Then, after about 2 hours and 10 minutes you will be in Curicó railway station, located also at Prat street, just 5 blocks from our office, to which you can get walking or by taxi, which charges $1.000 / US$1.5.

Car. From Santiago use Ruta 5 to the south, and you will get to Curicó after 194 kms, about 2 hours and 20 minutes.

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