Basílica del Salvador
A landmark in Barrio Brasil is the quake-damaged, neo-Gothic Basílica del Salvador dating from 1892. It is often closed, except on...
Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos
Opened in 2010, this brand-new museum isn't for the faint of heart: the exhibits expose the terrifying human rights violations and...
Galpón Víctor Jara
Named in memory of 'disappeared' folk singer-songwriter and activist Víctor Jara (a Chilean revolutionary who was assumed to have been...
Nearly as visually striking as this decorative rose-pink and white corner building is the quaint interior with old-fashioned wooden...
Lonely Planet review
Technically, it's a 'sushi club,' but the nightlife at Baires is what brings in the crowds. The terrace tables fill up quickly, even on weeknights; there's an encyclopedia-sized drink list, and DJs get going upstairs on weekends.