Santiago de Chile Pangiriman Kembang

Utomo
USD 107.44

Utomo

24 Mawar lan gypsophila

Lembut
USD 76.74

Lembut

Mawar lan gypsophila

Kekuwatan
USD 86.33

Kekuwatan

9 Mawar lan anyelir

Watek
USD 138.13

Watek

Mawar, gypsophila

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Arep-arep
USD 76.74

Arep-arep

Gerbera

Bangga
USD 76.74

Bangga

12 Mawar

Trisno Tenan
USD 76.74

Trisno Tenan

Mawar lan heather

Kaendahan Spiritual
USD 120.23

Kaendahan Spiritual

12 Mawar lan anggrek

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Roso Anget
USD 86.33

Roso Anget

Lili lan mawar

Nyolowedi
USD 120.23

Nyolowedi

12 Mawar, anyelir, lili lan gypsophila

Enak
USD 120.23

Enak

Mawar, button pom lan anyelir

Maturnuwun
USD 120.23

Maturnuwun

Lili, mawar, gerbera lan anyelir

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Trisno Sing Suci
USD 120.23

Trisno Sing Suci

Lili, mawar lan anyelir

Bungah
USD 76.74

Bungah

Gerbera, mawar, lili

Joyo
USD 76.74

Joyo

Gerbera, anyelir lan mawar

Lara Ati
USD 120.23

Lara Ati

Mawar, anyelir , lili lan gypsophila

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Also known as Santiago de Chile, Santiago is both the largest city and the capital of Chile. The city is filled with museums and galleries, and located near the heart of the Santiago is the Parque Quinta Normal, which houses over six different museums including the Museo de la Memoria and de Historia. With its warm, tropical climate Chile is home to some of the world’s most beautiful plants and flowers, and the best place to see all of them is at Cerro San Cristobel. Located above Santiago, visitors can take advantage of the stunning views of the nearby Andes Mountains and also of the city’s skyline. Included in Cerro San Cristobel are the hidden Japanese Gardens where visitors can find delicate orchids and water lilies, and lacey red Japanese maple trees. Vibrant fuchsias , impatiens and wild geraniums are just a few of the flowering plants visitors will see growing along the paths. In the older part of Santiago lies Barrio Brazil, where the rainbow colored graffiti murals cover the crumbling buildings. Get a glimpse into Santiago’s past here, before heading back into the bustling city. Barrio Bellavista is where you will find all of the best bars and night clubs in Santiago. See where the locals go and wander through the winding side streets and don’t forget to stop and get one of the churrasco to nibble on while you are club hopping. The city’s most famous resident was the poet Pablo Neruda, and since his death his three houses have become a tourist attraction. The current favorite is his beautiful house, La Chascona, where visitors can see the poet’s extravagant homes and art collections. The Plaza de Armas is located in the heart of the city, and is a must see for every visitor. Sample some of the local food and shop for unique gifts and souvenirs, there is something for everyone in this bustling downtown square. You can also have a beautiful bouquet of flowers delivered to any address in Santiago de Chile.