Centro de Exposición de Arte Indígena
Cerro Santa Lucía
Take a break from the chaos of the Centro with an afternoon stroll through this lovingly manicured park. It was just a rocky hill until...
Instituto Británico de Cultura
Qualified English teachers may find work at this language school.
Iglesia de San Francisco
The first stone of the austere Iglesia de San Francisco was laid in 1586, making it Santiago's oldest surviving colonial building. Its...
Indie hits from the ’80s and ’90s usually please the youngish crowds on one of this club’s two floors. The DJ on the other could be...
Occupying a prime spot along one of Lastarria's most scenic passages, this contemporary Peruvian eatery offers spicy twists on dishes...
O'Higgins 499 · interesting places nearby
Centro de Exposición de Arte Indígena information
Indigenous craftspeople sell a small selection of wares at these stalls next to the Terraza Neptuno entrance to Cerro Santa Lucía; goods include silver jewelry, postcards, instruments and Mapuche dictionaries.