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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 emporio la rosa lots of restaurants wine bar art galleries cerro santa lucia fun area few blocks bellas artes nice walk chilli bocanariz bohemian stroll mavi gam
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Like many so called attractions that are simply areas of a city this is not worth making an effort to see. If you are passing through, fine; if not I don't see the point in going out of your way

Thank 8MikeM
Reviewed 4 days ago

A place located behind the GAM-Cultural Center at Universidad Catolica Metro Station and that is just a few steps away from Barrio Bellas Artes (towards Parque Forestal). Actually, both neighborhoods will fall you in love with its bohemian vibe. Besides, both are very close to...More

Thank 2a-mabels
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This part of town is nestled between the Modern Art Museum and Performing Arts complex, Santa Lucia Hill and the Parque Forestal. It is a wonderful blend of old and new hotels, apartments, coffee shops, restaurants, galleries and shops. Tourists and locals frequent this area...More

Thank VirginiaCW
Reviewed 1 week ago

The craft market on Saturday was fun and there are lots of Hotels and Restaurants in this area. Everything is a short walk.

Thank BobSA2DD2A
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to Barrio Lastarria for 2 nights running and we enjoyed every minute. It is touristy but also full of Chileian enjoying a night out, rather like Palermo in Buenos Aires. Lots of hippy artefacts for sale, street performers and delicious restaurants and wine...More

Thank stephen g
Reviewed 1 week ago

This a small neigborhood a short walking distance from Cerro Santa Lucia. I would recommend seeing both while you are in the area. This neigborhood has many fine resturants, ice cream shops, and local artist selling their crafts. I am not sure what Bohemian means...More

Thank JabonGringo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is my favorite neighborhood in Santiago. They have really neat restaurants, parks, and sell neat things on the streets. I felt very comfortable and safe here.

Thank brookea674
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our hotel was in the Lastarria ave (Cumbres Lastarria). Walking around we felt the life of Santiago. Many musicians performing in the streets and countless cafes and restaurants, made our walks in the area very entertaining. We found two blocks with arts and crafts vendors....More

Thank Ana B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Pleasant area with restaurants, bars, stalls with souvenirs and small hotels. Made for tourists, one can enjoy a nice walk. Plan one hour max, it is really small. It is very close to Cerro Santa Lucía and the museum Bellas Artes, which makes for a...More

Thank mcitaly2016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lots of delicious places to eat and grab a cocktail or two. Street entertainers and local artists are everywhere.

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MontrealMaria52
16 October 2018|
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Response from FernandoFPucci | Reviewed this property |
Yes, all of the ones I visited - i am pretty sure using a credit card will not be an issue across Santiago.
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MontrealMaria52
12 February 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.
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johnbeth42
20 December 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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