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Barrio Italia, Santiago

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Do a bit of shopping and browsing at Barrio Italia, packed with antique stores and street stands. Spend some time wandering the neighborhood's wide avenues, lined with brick buildings and leafy trees. You'll find an array of independent businesses and trendy boutiques along the way, including a number hawking refurbished and antique furniture. Keep your eyes peeled for cafes, coffee shops, and even ice cream spots where you can grab a bite to eat or a drink; many of these eateries feature open-air patios, courtyards, and street seating as well. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Barrio Italia and many more Santiago attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Santiago travel itinerary maker.
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  • Nice area with a bunch of different places and activities. You can eat and buy some stuff. Much interesting than Barrio Bellavista but bellow Valparaiso.  more »
  • Pleasant location, a restored, charming neighborhood, Italy Street is full of shops and restaurants, all nicely decorated, very cute. Near several restaurants and small galleries there are toilets very well looked after. Great for lunch or afternoon snack (we did both!), the restaurants offer menu with great options, the prices are more affordable than other establishments in the capital. We went to subway, the station Santa Isabel is right next to Italy Street, I found the best option, for cars parking on the street is paid, Saturday after the 2:00 pm becomes free of charge but there are few options and, unfortunately, with car parking. There are also many antique shops in the region.
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  • Great place to take a rich coffee, shopping, shops of design, decoration, clothing, jewelry, shoes, restaurants, entertaining and safe furniture you have to go.
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  • Barrio Italia is good place to visit when you are in Santiago Chile. You can find many boutique shops and nice coffee shops and restaurants. Definitely worthy to visit!!!
  • Although this is noy one of the must see things in Santiago, we definitely suggest this spot in case you have a spare hour to walk around the street and enjoy a cup of coffee in one of the many cafes and restaurants.
  • A really cute neighborhood with nice restaurants and antique stores. A nice place to take a stroll and go window shopping.
  • A lot of cool and hip restaurants, basically you can eat whatever you want because of the variety of places.
  • Buenos pubs y restorantes.

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Santiago features numerous distinct neighborhoods filled with affordable sleeping options. For easiest access to the city's top museums and eateries, consider the hotels located in the pleasant downtown area, where you can also find many furnished apartments ideal for longer stays. For close proximity to the city's best nightlife options, consider Bellavista or Barrios Lastarria, or head to charming Providencia if you prefer something a bit more sophisticated and less raucous.
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