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This bohemian neighborhood has plenty of shops, bookshops, design shops, museums, cinemas, theater, restaurants and bars, hotels and tourist appartments, and more.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Jose Victorino Lastarria, Santiago 8320165, Chile
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All reviews street vendors great neighborhood small neighborhood lots of restaurants art galleries wine bar cerro santa lucia fun area cultural center bellas artes few blocks walk around nice walk chilli bocanariz bohemian stroll
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Quaint walking area with local artists and small restaurants with sidewalk seating. The best ice cream. We had lunch at a small beer brewery and cafe. I had Chilean beer of corse and it was very good. Beer and quesadillas - excellent!

Date of experience: January 2019
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Great area, full of life and interesaron places to see during the day, and to eat and drink at night. Just love it, worth the time spent here.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Carmelo P
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Saturday we were there there was an artists market on the street, and a free display at the art gallery. Great fun and wonderful displays

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Vee999
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lively, fun place to visit and people watch. It’s a great place to get some “onces” (lights meals in the late afternoon/early evening), enjoy some wine or pisco, grab a tasty enchilada, or have a leisurely dinner at one of the many restaurants with patio...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Beth R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Fantastic place to eat great food, get together with friends and have a drink or two. If you want to brouse the latest books in the Spanish language or go to a foreign movie at a quaint movie theater, this is your neighborhood to stay...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank _penelopenomas
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just walking here is fun enough. There are loads of restaurants, bars, venues and street art to keep you entertained for a whole day. It can get crowded but that’s a sign of it’s popularity for a late evening meal. Head down to this neighbourhood...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank tomdan1986
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We ate here three times during our stay in Santiago. The barrio is right behind Cerro Santa Lucia if coming from the main downtown area. It's small but has a nice vibe, especially at night when there are street performers and vendors. The Museum of...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank yalibrarian
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I came here three times since it was one of my favorite places. Either you want to have some good dinner or just some drinks, this is the place to come. There are some restaurants, bars, museums, streets artists, you name it. There is a...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank reiverdugo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For me this is a great area for travellers. Safe, good food and wine venues, arts scene, some great hotels and parks.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Bangk0kTraveller
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When in Santiago there are a number of barrios to visit. This one can be very entertaining. Have a lunch and enjoy

Date of experience: December 2018
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October 15, 2018|
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Response from MontrealMaria52 | Reviewed this property |
Most places in all of Santiago accept credit cards. Small grocery stores and the central markets do not.
February 11, 2018|
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Response from AIS13 | Reviewed this property |
Hi! There's a Lider Express in Merced 560 and lots of other places to shop, as well as tons of restaurants as well.
December 19, 2016|
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Response from ThabataCaruzo | Reviewed this property |
Hello! It would be a good choice, but I'd would also recommend to you to visit the Bellavista neighbourhood. They have a lot of places to eat there, ant shops and Pablo Neruda's home, which is worth a visit. :-) Also in... More
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London, United Kingdom
7 day intery for santiago (20 Replies)
Hello I plan to visit Chilie between October and December (before Christmas), and I also plan to do short Tores de plaines national park. The above plan would probably be after I have visited Antarctica. My draft 5 day plan for Santiago is: Santiago (Use metro trains) - Sky Costanera, Patio Bellavista- points of interest and eating area, Cerro San Cristobal + cable car, Barrio Lastarria niebourhoods and chic areas, old and modern architecture, experience some chilian night life and...More
April 29, 2017|
Response fromToid|
You have covered many of the sights, but have not included the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral and the surrounding areas of the centre. The metro covers well, but you will still need to do some walking to really see the city. 1 day for Sky Costanera and Lastarria, 1 day for Bellavista include a visit to Pablo Neruda's house now a museum, 1 day to visit the Barrio Alto. All these days combine will night life.
Melbourne, Australia
Santiago Barrios? (1 Replies)
Hello, my husband and I are planning to stay in Santiago next month for a few days and trying decide which area to stay in. We love eating out in good restaurants and doing a bit of shopping. Can anyone please help us decide. I have looked at Barrio Lastarria, Barrio Bellavista and Provedencia. Look forward to your recommendations. Thanks in advance!
August 24, 2008|
Response fromToid|
The best choice in hotels you will find in Providencia. For eating out all three are good. In Bellavista and Lastarria the restaurants are rather more concentrated, but staying in Providencia there will be no problem in eating in all three areas. Think in terms of a hotels such as the Orly, Petit Hotel Villafranca, Neruda, Bonaparte. There is a good hotel in Bellavista, Patio Bellavista.
1 week in Chile in April (3 Replies)
Dear Travelers We are able to go to Chile for one week in April and were thinking about dividing this admittedly short trip into 3 components. 2 days in Barrio Lastarria in Santiago, 2 days in Valpraiso and 2 days in Chilean Patagonia. So I have 2 questions Is this itinerary viable? What would be a recommendation for the 2 days in Patagonia? We like absorbing the culture, some hiking and eating and drinking well Thanks
January 03, 2016|
Response fromBen S|
I would cut this down to 4 nights in Patagonia, and spend your remaining night in Santiago. Going to Punta Arenas and Torres Del Paine for any less would be pointless. From the airport, it's 5 hrs to the park, each way!