Barrio Patronato, Santiago

(2.7/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Foodies and shopping fanatics flock to Barrio Patronato for an insightful glimpse into Santiago's diverse local scene. Known for its commercial trade, this barrio was founded by Arabs and over time has welcomed a smorgasbord of people from all sorts of cultural backgrounds. The result: a cosmopolitan makeup of Peruvians, Chinese, Indians, and Koreans among the local Chileans. Peruse stacks and stacks of clothing of all different colors and styles, which you can buy wholesale at very affordable prices. Sample some delicious Asian food as you explore. Use our Santiago travel itinerary maker to add Barrio Patronato and other attractions to your Santiago vacation plans.
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  • It is a neighborhood where is located in general lots of female clothes, all very cheap, generally are premium price to quality, although there are very nice things, not necessarily are of good quality, the same with the biju. There are also shops of Chinese things, household items, tuppers and cute trinkets that are good. He is recommended to go with time, haggle if you buy more than one item, and care for the opportunistic portfolio.
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  • I want to tell you that I went to lunch to the seafood market and exit walking that 6 or 7 blocks this are District Board of Trustees. To describe it is more or less the eleven of the Argentina, found everything in general are cheap and a medium quality products, but it is worth visiting them, the jean national Chileans that the Chinese are not worth buying and they cost about $300. My visit was from 6 to 10 March 2017.
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  • If you want to find clothes of bards, c ' is to go. But, of course, do not expect exceptional quality. Interesting to see. Is not couture, but on a budget, great it isn't you will find clothes for cocktails and official parties, but for every day and for the beach and the days very hot check the goods because there are a lot of goods that have defects prices are ridiculous, and often in my opinion, committed to the client's head. But, you don't ruin you anyway
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