The Marriott hotel concierge recommended Los Dominicos Market over the Central Market downtown. We had driven by the Central Market in downtown Santiago the day and had some concerns on safety. They explained that Central Market was more where locals shop for everyday household clothing and good and not the handiwork of local artists. We took the advice and rode the metro two stops to the end of the line. Bought two Chilean masks to add to our collection and works by a local artist. The area is next to a church and is shaded with many trees and a steam runs through the property with bridges you cross to visit the different stores. Not handicapped friendly in some areas. A couple of very good cafes. We spent about 4 hours one morning shopping and eating at this lovely Handicraft Village.
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