Costanera Center, Santiago

(4.1/5 based on 9,500+ reviews on the web)
Unwind at Costanera Center, a business and commercial complex home to an enormous shopping mall and imposing skyscraper. Ascend to the 62nd floor of the 300 m (984 ft) tower for 360-degree panoramas of Santiago. At the mall, explore six floors of shops, including an extensive selection of midrange and upscale brands, as well as many restaurants and fast food outlets. Take a break from retail therapy and catch a film at the multiplex cinema. Use our Santiago itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Costanera Center and other attractions in Santiago.
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  • Well structured, with many options of stores that are not found in Brazil, it's worth researching purchases account. View of the Sky super cool Promenade, about 10,000 Chilean pesos per person, making it possible to have a panoramic view of the city.
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  • The shopping has many entrances, travels by subway and leaves a block and a half. There are also buses. It is ordered and there are many indications. The building has the appeal of a beautiful lookout on the top floor. It must be attentive to the theft but it has surveillance. Prices in some places are good and in others something expensive. Practical if you are in Santiago Center or in some of its nearby neighborhoods.
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  • Shopping with floors dedicated each to an audience. Gifts, women, men, restaurants ... There are many restaurants, Peruvians, Italians, of course, Chileans and others. Have a fabulous market and the highest viewpoint of Latin America. Perfect.
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  • Good shopping mall. Not the best, but the best shops here. For a bit more peaceful shopping experience go to Alto Las Condes. And take care of parking, it;s kite big, you can get lost easily and the exits to the driveway are very bizarre. Plus the over reliance on elevators is annoying.
  • Lots of stores, a few brands most westerners may never have heard of. A good tip, if you buy more than one item, feel free to ask for a discount, even at big name stores like adiddas, Puma, Merrell, etc. Never hurts to ask. I also like how the stores are organized by their type/floor. Sports goods on one floor, men's on another floor.
  • High end clean plenty shop options. A great shopping center. Plenty of food choice from high to low from quick to seat down family dinner. I think this is the best by far in Santiago.
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  • Place with good location, but I don't recommend for buy, very expensive. I suggest Patronage, you can to go of subway. For we Brazilians similar the 25 de março.