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Top recommendations from locals

Point of Interest
“Fish Market. Highly recomended but be on the lookout for pickpockets and expensive food. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Large restaurant complex in renovated urban space. Many good places to eat here.”
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Buslinje
“Largest park in Santiago. Take the funicular and/or gondola to the Virgin statue. Great views of the city.”
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Museum
“Near of Bllavista neirghborhood you have The Chascona House that is one of the various homes that the Pablo Neruda had in Chile. It´s near of the San Cristobal Hill, too.”
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Bar
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“This dive bar defines the bohemic Santiago with a folkloric touch. Sample a "terremoto" (earthquake) -a classic Chilean drink- at La Piojera and you will walk out feeling like a tremor just hit you.”
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Art Museum
“This museum resume all life that the important chilean artist. There are a lot of activities that you can do here and the entrance is free.”
  • 50 lokale anbefaler
Library
“The National Library was founded in 1813 during the government of José Miguel Carrera, political and military of the Old Mother country that fought for the independence of Chile. While the first director of the National Library was appointed directly by Bernardo O'Higgins. The liberator of Chile entrusted to Manuel de Salas mission to lead this institution that housed the memory of the nascent republic. During the nineteenth century, the National Library cemented its core bibliographic fund from the donation or purchase of their first collections. These include the library of the Jesuits, the Egaña library, library Mackenna and the library of Andrés Bello among others. Besides the National Library keeps in its archives a copy of every book, magazine or newspaper published in Chile since 1820, totaling more than 400 thousand titles. In fulfilling the centenary of its foundation they work for the construction of the current building located on Avenida Alameda Street Miraflores began. The new building was inaugurated in 1925 and its construction of neoclassical imprint is a bastion of national architecture. Currently the main bibliographical center of the country has a comprehensive collection of books, magazines, newspapers, maps, photo and music files distributed in several rooms as reference and bibliography, researchers lounge, living room for the blind and for home loans. It also organizes exhibitions and displays that highlight the best of national and international culture.”
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Vinbar
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“Wonderful place if you love wine and pairings. A bit pricy, but absolutely worthy. ”
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Residential Building (Apartment / Condo)
“Lastarria is a small but interesting neighborhood, full of restaurants, small shops and museums. You can get there by subway, from Manuel Montt to Universidad Catolica station.”
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Theme Park
“This theme park is the boggest park in the Santiago. You have a lot of attractions and games. This theme park is inside the Bernardo O´higins park where you have a lot of natural places, museums, and places to do any sport inside.”
  • 57 lokale anbefaler
Church
“The Metropolitan Cathedral of Santiago is the seat of the Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, currently Ricardo Ezzati Andrello, and the center of the archdiocese of Santiago de Chile.”
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Natural Feature
“Small hill in the middle of the city adorned with beautiful fountains, gardens and stairways. On a clear and sunny day, climb some steps to get to the "mirador" to have a great view of Santiago.”
  • 57 lokale anbefaler
Park
“This is where I normally go for runs and get together with my friends for picnics. It's a nice park with lots of activities along the way. There are some outdoor work out equipment that is free to use too! ”
  • 30 lokale anbefaler
Lake
“Big park in the middle of the city. In the park you can find museums and green areas.”
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Bar
“Traditional Chilean dishes in a good atmosphere, very reasonable prices, big portions and fast service. This place is always busy, and you will see lots of locals eating here, which is always a good sign.”
  • 37 lokale anbefaler
History Museum
“Desde la Plaza de Armas, el Museo Histórico Nacional exhibe la historia de Chile desde la época precolombina hasta 1973. En sus 15 salas, reúne una amplia colección integrada por vestigios arqueológicos, piezas militares, obras artísticas y antigüedades religiosas. Ellas revelan la huella de pueblos recolectores From the Plaza de Armas, the National Historical Museum exhibits the history of Chile from pre-Columbian times until 1973. In its 15 rooms, it gathers a wide collection of archaeological remains, military pieces, artistic works and religious antiquities. They reveal the footprint of collecting peoples”
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