In recent years, Chile has made huge progress for LGBT+ right! Join this tour to discover the moving history behind the movement for gender and sexual diversity rights. Visit iconic places that reveal a movement that continues fighting for a country more inclusive and fair. By joining this walking tour you'll be making a donation - 10% of the total of your booking - to the organization Acciongay. In addition, you'll get a free rainbow bandana so you can walk the street of Santiago with PRIDE. And we'll enjoy the delicious recipes of a pizzeria that supports the movement! Included: - 10% donation to an LGBT non-profit - Rainbow bandana - Pizza! - Subway fare - Pack to Continue Learning Itinerary: - Plaza de Armas - Cathedral of Santiago - Justice Tribunals Palace - Santiago Government Building - La Moneda Palace - La Constitucion Plaza - Paseo Bulnes - Organization Acciongay - Cultural Center Gabriela Mistral - Daniel Zamudio Memorial - PizzaBella in Barrio Lastarria - Forestal Park This tour is part of Tours with Meaning, a local company that offers tours in Santiago focused on Human Rights. For more information, click here: www.tourswithmeaning.cl Facebook and Instagram @tourswithmeaning Twitter @tourswmeaning
Hi, I'm Monse, the founder Tours with Meaning! At 17 a teacher tried to expel me from school because she thought I was a lesbian. Since then, fighting against LGBT+ discrimination has been a focus of my life. That's why I created this LGBT+ Tour, so that together, we can continue celebrating diversity. On this tour, you may meet me or Felipe, my older brother. Hi Everyone! My name is Felipe. I'm a musician by profession, a coach by vocation and a tour guide by passion. Being a guide for the LGBT+ Tour has been a blast as I get meet so many of you and hear your amazing life stories. Keep up the good work and see you soon in Santiago! Review: "This was an exceptional experience. Fascinating to hear about the history of LGBT rights in Chile in the context of the dictatorship and how far things have come since then. Hugely recommended"
Pizza: we will visit the pizzeria PizzaBella in Barrio Lastarria,
Subway fare: we will take the subway once during the tour to visit a very special site
Rainbow Bandana: get a Rainbow Bandana to tour Santiago with PRIDE!
In this tour every place you visit will reveal an new aspect of the history of this movement. We will visit Plaza de Armas where in April 1973 the first protest of the movement happened, known as the "March of the Queers". We'll also visit the memorial to Daniel Zamudio where we will remember the events that led to the passing of an Anti-Discrimination Law in 2012, known as Zamudio Law. Visit these and more fascinating places!
Comfortable shoes and clothes
In Santiago there's very little crime but pick pocketing is common. During the tour make sure to always be mindful of your belongings, especially your phone, wallet and camera. On weekends, holidays or festive days the company we visit may be closed.