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Bellavista neighborhood

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Located between the north bank of the Mapocho River and the San Cristóbal Hill, the Bellavista neighborhood is known as one of the most important meeting points of the Santiago bohemian.
Its numerous art galleries and jewelry stores, colorful houses, varied restaurants and active nightlife have made it one of the must-sees to visit in Santiago, which ensures an unforgettable, independent experience if you travel day or night.

Patio Bellavista: Flavors of the world
Among the main attractions of the neighborhood is the Patio Bellavista, a nucleus in which a series of services converge, ranging from art galleries, craft shops, jewelry, fashion and souvenirs, ice cream parlors and pubs to more than 19 food restaurants international offering specialties of French, Italian, Mediterranean and Chilean cuisine, among others.
This exclusive place has varied terraces where you can enjoy live music shows from various national and international artists.

Its impressive color, architecture, design and contribution to the neighborhood have earned it a series of international awards, such as his selection to be exhibited in the Chile Pavilion of the Shanghai Expo 2010.
The culture in the Bellavista neighborhood is lived in all kinds of activities, whether traveling through the Paseo de las Artes in Ernesto Pinto Lagarrigue street, famous for its sidewalks decorated with mosaics of prominent Chilean artists, or in the 22 stages and theater sheds which make up the largest theater circuit in Chile that begins at the end of Chucre Manzur Street. However, La Chascona, the only house of the poet Pablo Neruda in Santiago, is undoubtedly one of his greatest cultural icons that allows him to delve into the intimacy of the poet in the home he shared with his wife Matilde Urrutia.

Hidden bars, the best Chilean food restaurants and a terrace with excellent views and sunsets make up the list of some of Bellavista's best secrets. The first one is the Room 09 bar in Antonia López de Bello 040, the first speakeasy bar in Santiago inspired by the clandestine premises of the Dry Law era in the United States, which can only be entered after eating at the restaurant gourmet 040 and say the key 'I want to know room number 9'. Another large hidden bar is 'Under Lock', rest in the underground of an old building in Nueva Rosal 344.

If you are looking to enjoy Chilean cuisine of the highest level, your must stop is the Pemauyén restaurant. Located in Patio Bellavista, this exclusive place offers Chilean ancestral food, with a menu inspired by the gastronomic legacy of indigenous cultures.

In addition to the many shops of weaving, jewelery and typical national fashion located in the Patio Bellavista, the Pio Nono street in the heart of the neighborhood, brings together various jewelers who work lapis lazuli, a semi-precious stone of intense blue color that is only found in Two places in the world: Chile and Afghanistan. The jewels sold here are exclusive designs, hand crafted by artisans. “Lapizlázuli House” is one of the most emblematic places located in Bellavista 04, easily recognizable by the blue color of its facade.


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