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“Gran museo que exhibe obras modernas y contemporáneas de artistas internacionales y chilenos. Great museum that exhibits modern and contemporary works of international and Chilean artists.”
227 locals recommend
“Owned by Chile’s top satirical magazine, The Clinic, and covered in its political cartoons, this infamous bar is where the intelligentsia comes to bicker over beers. It’s also a great introduction to the political landscape, particularly for any left-leaning, socialist-minded, Chile-curious individuals. Bar The Clinic is one of the best places in town to sample some of the fantastic craft brews coming out of Chilean Patagonia, including Austral Calafate and Kunstmann Arándano. Or, if you prefer wine, the menu has four pages of Chilean varieties within its cheeky, tabloid layout, which mimics the tone of its parent magazine. ”
11 locals recommend
“Used to be a strip club, turned into a Night Club. Fun place but not too fancy.”
14 locals recommend
“Gozas de una amplia gama de cafés y restaurantes para hacer cariño a tu paladar además de visitar uno de los lugares icónicos de Santiago. Si te gusta caminar puedes recorrer a pie este grandioso lugar y mirar arte y mercado callejero.”
17 locals recommend
“Two of 40 four fork restaurants center city in the famed neighborhood called Lastarria. Great for tourists to chill out between museums. Quality food, good service, peaceful atmosphere. Some tourists but mostly local business people.”
23 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“GREAT way to learn about the city and culture. Two tours every day: 10am and 3pm. HIGHLY recommend. They have a website too.”
3 locals recommend
“También ubicado en el centro de la ciudad, Ópera Catedral forma parte de la escena musical local, pues en su interior es usual encontrarse con presentaciones en vivo de artistas chilenos y extranjeros. Cervezas, picos, vinos y tapas; aquí todo es exquisito. ”
15 locals recommend
“Pretty good sushi and you can sit at the bar seeing the chefs prepare sushi and other dishes. The green tea is for free and the warm Sake is delicious.”
14 locals recommend
“Pequeño y tranquilo cafe ideal para hacer una parada en la rutina diaria. Small and quiet cofee shop ideal for talking for a while and rest. Pequeno cafe para uma parada no café diariamente”
14 locals recommend
“It's one of my favorite cafes around the area, they have great salads as well and at nights they open the next door restaurant called Petit Bernard, only locals know it.”
8 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Bar and restaurant, is a very popular place set in the chilean "huachaca" culture”
8 locals recommend
“In Parque Forestal’s center is the stately neo­classical Palacio de Bellas Artes, built as part of Chile’s centenary celebrations in 1910. Two of Santiago’s art museums share the premises.”
4 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“I really like this Bar. The place is overtly political with jokes and satirical photos all over the place. The menu is in Spanish (you won't find many tourists here) and is also a parody of a newspaper criticizing politics of Chile which makes this bar a very "local" and authentic place. Good place to try the "Terremoto" and "Pisco Sour". ”
7 locals recommend
College Arts Building
“Muse de arte contemporáneo de Santiago, dependiente de la Universidad de Chile. Muy cerca del departamento, para ir caminando. Gratuito. ”
1 local recommends
Spanish Restaurant
“Exquisite Spanish food, with good service, pleasant atmosphere and best of all: it has good prices. We know the owners.”
3 locals recommend
Metro Station
“Barrio de Bellas Artes, Cerca de Barrio Lastarria, está el museo de bellas artes, mucha cultura bellísimo parque, y entretención Bellas Artes neighborhood , near Lastarria , is the museum of fine arts, culture much beautiful park, and entertainment”
27 locals recommend