Just two hours south of Santiago, lies Santa Cruz in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. This valley is an internationally-renowned red wine-producing region, particularly known for its Carménère. Santa Cruz and the Colchagua Valley meet all conditions of a business tourism destination. Over 370 hotel rooms available, a solid conference infrastructure with rooms that hold up to 500 people, colonial architecture, Chilean cuisine, outdoor activities, astronomy tourism, and its unique surroundings make it the best destination for all types of events.
It has also been recognized as a cultural destination, with the Colchagua Museum, the largest private collection in Latin America, the Automobile Museum and, in the near future, the Wine Museum and the Countryside Museum. With over 19 vineyards open to the public, all located in the vicinity of the city center, Santa Cruz offers a unique combination of wine tourism and business tourism.