Barrio Patronato, Santiago

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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2.8/5 based on 100+ 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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  • The District Board of Trustees on Saturday are insane, by their narrow sidewalks and the number of people that will take advantage of the lower prices and the variety of clothes and accessories that are available in these stores. The vast majority of products offered, are imported, but in the calle El Manzano is the sector of designer shops.
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  • Good choice for buying cheap. There is everything, takes long hours go so well... maybe more than half day. Things are very good quality and prices more than reasonable. Be effective because many do not accept credit or debit. Go with time and light
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  • It is a very good place for shopping for clothes of women and children. Most are local Chinese. It is a mixture between eleven, flowers and the Argentina Salada. It is more convenient and fast to drive in metro, it is not convenient to go by car. There is that walk much, but those prices are very convenient. There is something for everyone in quality and prices.
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