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Patio Bellavista, Santiago

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 13,000+ reviews on the web
At Patio Bellavista, get your finger on the pulse of this colorful, bustling square in the heart of the bohemian quarter. Historical buildings here have been revitalized with a savvy, modern design. Shop at boutique outlets and craft stores, dine at hip restaurants, and drink at trendy bars. In total, the development contains 90 businesses, ensuring a wide range of things to do. Add Patio Bellavista to your Santiago travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Santiago vacation trip planner.
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  • The place is interesting is worth visiting and eating Chilean food. Many bars and the atmosphere is lively.
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  • Place of different bars and restaurants, ideal for dining with friends, there are businesses where you can buy local crafts, is located in a very scenic area
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  • If you are wanting to see an area with lots of options for cuisine and nightlife, Patio Bellavista is the place to go. Highly trafficked area of both nationals and visitors. 
  • I would probably give this a miss. They get you in the door from there the service is pretty unpersonable. I had a ceviche which was very average for a fish restaurant. There are many other restaurants in the square so i would probably check out their menus first.
  • Wonderful place to go if you are hungry and and cant make your mind up. Lots of food options here for everyone. It is a bit touristy but it is what it is. Still a nice place to visit. Great Gelato place called Il Maestral
  • Very good food and excellent service. A little on the pricey side, however.
  • Great place, neat and well maintained. Full of restaurants, bars, and bistros, offering a great deal of food options to choose from. Well lit at night, colorful during the day. A must!
  • Very touristy place - possibly the most tourist I've seen in one place in Chile aside from San Pedro de Atacama - but nice, modern, clean, with a couple decent places for food and wine. The souvenir shops are not cheap, but then nothing really is (the Pueblito Los Dominicos isn't cheaper).
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