A few blocks packed with places to eat and drink. This is an older district with low buildings which look more colonial than other parts of town. Younger and much livelier than Vitacura, Golf and Condes, and much prettier than Providencia. Chileans warn you about security but it felt fine if you stick to the busy section - you probably have to be careful in the same way as you do in most big cities. You can find all sorts of restaurants for all types of occasion. Bellavista is also famous for its Lapus Lazuli. That part looks shabbier and it is ages since I went but it is a traditional tourist destination (trap)
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