Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Santiago

Artesanías de Chile

Not only do this foundation's jewelry, carvings, ceramics and woolen goods sell at reasonable prices, most of what you pay goes to the artisan that made them. Look for other locations in Santiago and throughout Chil…
Arts & Crafts in Santiago

Centro Artesanal Santa Lucía

It’s a stretch to call this market’s mass-produced weavings and leather goods ‘crafts,’ but it’s certainly a good place to go for cheap souvenirs. Pan pipes, silver jewelry and Andean-style sweaters are some of the …
Arts & Crafts in Santiago

Centro de Exposición de Arte Indígena

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.
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Books Secondhand

The best range of quality English-language paperbacks in town, including some guidebooks.
Books in Santiago


This chain bookstore has a broad selection, though the English titles are limited.
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Feria Chilena del Libro

Solid selection of Spanish-language literature and a few dusty English-language paperbacks.
Sports & Outdoors in Santiago


Imported climbing and high-altitude camping gear for your journey to Chilean Patagonia, with several locations throughout the city.
Fashion & Accessories in Santiago

Galería Drugstore

Head to this cool four-story independent shopping center for clothes no one back home will have – it's home to the tiny boutiques of several up-and-coming designers, arty bookstores and cafes.
Mall in Santiago

Alto Las Condes

As well as top-end Chilean and Argentine clothing brands, this malll has a branch of department store Falabella and a cinema complex. The best way to get here is to catch a bus marked 'Alto Las Condes' outside the E…
Mall in Santiago

Parque Arauco

A huge range of local and international clothing stores make this the fashionista mall of choice. From Manquehue metro station, it's about a mile-long walk (or a quick taxi ride) northwest along Alonso de Cordova.