Feria Artesanal Santa Lucia, Santiago

(3.8/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Feria Artesanal Santa Lucia, a small open-air market, contains mostly shops which sell affordable souvenirs for the city and Chile in general. Among the ware you can find clothing, magnets, shoes and slippers, figurines, and jewelry, which features mainly lapis lazuli made with silver and wood. Most items offered are mass produced, but some stores do offer handmade goods. Expect the prices here to be more affordable than in the malls of the city. This fact, and the close proximity to other attractions, makes it a popular stop for tourists. Before you head to Santiago, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Santiago trip builder, to make sure you see all that Santiago has to offer, including Feria Artesanal Santa Lucia.
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  • It is a fair with many kinds of craft and a good place to buy souvenirs of trip prices are well accessible
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  • I found very good prices, as well as some most exclusive artisan works (what there was in all locations). However, there are several local that sold it himself. In several of them you can pay with card! And if you got no Chilean pesos, they change it you and traded very well. It is beautiful!
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  • This fair is quite interesting to check out crafts in Santiago. Are dozens of box with several options. Many of them with silver and lapislazuli (typical stone of Chile) and also of brass. There are also options of blankets and ponchos typical of the place. The price is better than the one found in the Patio Bellavista.
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  • Good place to buy souvenirs and deco stuff. In one of the stores you can find handcrafted masks of wood with symbols of Pascoa Island.
  • All the Chilean hand craft you can imagine. Inside there is a fantastic natural juice place with a huge amount of different fruits. It's a must if you like fruit juices and you are close the area
  • An awesome place to walk around. Walk up and get a great view of the city.
  • Worth visiting this place if you are in a hurry to collect souvenirs from Chile.
  • It's a good place to buy gifts and souvenirs.