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At first we weren't going to go to this but it was suggested to us by a Santiago native as something we really shouldn't miss..so we went and were pleasantly surprised.
While this is open most everyday, we did go on a Sunday on a...More
We decided to try this on a sunday afternoon, not expecting too much. Walking here from the metro station things looked really quiet. But what a nice surprise this was. Lots of tiny shops selling lovely crafts. It goes on for ever and is perfect...More
I visited these shops and was very impressed by the quality of the products made by local artisans. Mostly jewelry shops but other crafts were included as well. There are a few places to eat, although I did not. The artisans were very friendly and...More
Located in Santiago de Chile, overlooking the Andes Mountains and old Dominico Monastery compound become a craft center with small shops connected by alleys, beautiful jewelry and artisan pieces. Coffee or tea is also available in small cafes.
We are in the last part of our trip and I was looking for a good place to buy some gifts. We stopped here for about two hours and I am happy we did. While some of the items appeared a bit pricey, I found...More
What used to be a kind of ranch (hacienda) is conserved in it's original state, and transformed to a little village where each little boutique offers handcrafts of all kind, pretty good quality, not the souvenir shop type. The whole place is bathed in trees...More
Response from MurTheExplorer | Reviewed this property |
I did not buy a painting at the market but some of the artisans work there on site so you can see the work is authentic and speak with the artist first hand. As far as valuation goes I would make sure I did my research... More
I did not buy a painting at the market but some of the artisans work there on site so you can see the work is authentic and speak with the artist first hand. As far as valuation goes I would make sure I did my research before I purchased. This of course may be irreverent if you like the work well enough.
Response from johnnC7665IL | Reviewed this property |
Si estas alejado del lugar, la mejor alternativa es ir en el Metro, de allí queda a unas 3 cuadras, el traslado es muy cómodo, si estas por la zona de Las Condes también se puede hacer en un taxi, buena suerte