Santiago metro has five lines connecting various places of the city. Line 1 connects the principal bus terminals and attractions and departs from Las Condes. Line 4a and 4 links La Reina with Avenida Alameda. Line 2 runs parallel to line 1 but diverts from Los Heroes halting at Cal y Canto. Line 5 connects Quinta national Park to Baquedano to Plaza de Armas.
Generally, 460 pesos are charged during the rush hours, which are from 7.15 am to 9 am and 6 pm to 7.30 pm, while on other times the ticket costs 370 pesos. Santiago metro operates from 6.30 am to 10.30 pm on weekdays, while on Sundays and other holidays the Metro service is available from 8 o'clock in the morning.
In Santiago, travel by metro is easy and comfortable as the directions are clearly shown on the platforms. The Metro Subway in Santiago is perhaps the fastest way to get around the city. Daily passengers who avail the metro service may also buy the Multiviaje card or Valor.
The Santiago metro service also started the metro bus service, which runs from the metro stations to the other parts of the city. Travelers may also avail of the combined tickets, which will enable them to avail both the metrobus and the train at the same time.
Santiago metro indeed makes Santiago travel a pleasurable one.