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Bio-Bio Market, Santiago
(2.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • Had high hopes for spending a few hours ferreting around the stalls essentially for typical flea market curios. Incredibly disappointing, only a relatively small section with albeit interesting stuff ...  more »
  • Huge warehouses full of trout, stolen and new things. Indescribable amount of articles. Beautiful furniture. Very uncomfortable place to move. We must take care of all the time in which you are about to rip you off. You feel very insecure if you can't handle yourself in a place as well. Go far, long time to scroll through. All in cash. You can buy anything and eat, infinite varied food stalls. I will not go never.
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  • Also called fair Persian Bio-Bío, is located in the southern part of the city of Santiago. Its beginnings go back to the forties of the last century, and works at the weekend in a few old warehouses. Get used objects - furniture, electronics, clothing, etc.- and antiques at very good prices. You can eat or take some refreshment on the premises located in the surrounding streets. We went by underground (station Franklin). Visit very advisable for the lovers of the "antiques".
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