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Vitacura, Santiago

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Landmark Tourist Spot
Stroll the streets of scenic Vitacura, one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Santiago. Known for its upscale hotels and fashionable boutiques, the area is a great place for browsing luxury stores. Roam tree-shaded avenues lined with houses and manicured gardens, enjoying the calm atmosphere. Visit trendy cafes and restaurants for delicious meals and drinks, stroll through the neighborhood's lush park, or try cycling the quiet, tree-lined streets. For travelers who use our international travel planner, Santiago holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Vitacura and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • The neighborhood is base of several hotels and some taxi stations to move around the city, it is close to the metro station Tobalaba as well so it is great to live or to work, I was living there for w...  more »
  • Visit only if you want to see how the affluent people live. Only if you really have a lots of extra time  more »
  • Just south of the financial district this area is ideal for shopping, dining, and walking around. It is easily accessed by the Metro system and offers a variety of eating spots, from fine dining to ba...  more »
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  • Nice part of town. It is a little high-end & pricy, but streets are cleans, secured, and there are lots of parks around! No high rise so the view on the mountains & the city is nice. Plus there is a path following the Mapocho River which you can either walk or bike along until town.
  • Excellent place is all also if these less than 1 hour parking is free
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  • I'm from very close and do not understand why having police there not fizcalizan a few madmen that they spend without exhaust pipes which I want to time and don't let sleep, despite the fact that is penalized. Put toro q filets, can not run and disturbing. I live in 3226 Espoz. As the bicentennial by Espoz sidewalk a cdra. It is peligrosisima. We have heard many assaults. I think there should be a pickup truck of police in Espoz with bicentennial when arrive buses from the South. SLDs
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  • Changed the whereabouts in avenida bicentennial ran it more behind the whereabouts of the c03 and put it right where are the sprinkler, is impossible to sit in the morning to wait since the whereabouts of this wet and not micro put a dump, there is one but this long before and must walk to go up to alla.no understand as a city which has both You can do something like the people for the users.
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  • It's a shame as attack on the environment that the municipality of Vitacura has allowed the use of speakers at Stadium volume in Las Condes 12.160 throughout the afternoon of the day Saturday, November 12, preventing the rest until more than ten blocks away neighbors his own commune and others that are more careful with the environment. Many environmentalist propaganda, Vitacura! The time of the facts: a disappointment.
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