Shopping in Santiago

From the ultramodern malls that may put your home mall to hsame, to street vendors and quirky handicraft stalls attended by theironwers to hard-to-find antiques and even a giant fleamarket, Santiago has its fair share of places to shop till you drop. At the malls, you'll see local and imported brands of shoes, clothes, purses etc., normally at prices equal to or greater than what you'd pay at home. Still, it's fun to see what's in fashion in Chile or what kind of interesting kitchen implements you can find (like a stove top toaster, perhaps?). In terms of handicrafts, Chile is known for enameled copper, carved wooden bowls, terra cotta items, woven and knitted woolens and of course, the speckled, beautiful lapis lazuli stone, found only here and in Afghanistan. At hte antiques and flea markets, you'll notice that nearly everything cna have a second (or third) useful life, and you can find nearly anything you can imagine, from tools to old enameled ladels to washing machine parts and used books. Speaking of books, you should also check out some of the music and bookstores while you're in town, as it will help you to brush oup on your Spanish. And of course, you'll want some wine to drink while you're reading and listening to absorb Chilean culture. Several wine stores, and even the supermarket will not dissapoint.

Alto Las Condes

Avenida Kennedy 9001
Las Condes

Fun Shopping... read more

Pueblito los Domínicos

Apoquindo 9085

Made by Chilean hands... read more

Parque Arauco

Avenida Kennedy 5413
Las Condes

Shopping & More... read more

Mall Panorámico

Avenida 11 de Septiembre 2155

Meeting and shopping point... read more


Avenida Providencia 2124

Rock and jazz CDs and videos, including Bluray discs. If they don't have it, they can order it for you... read more

Vinoteca (La)

Isidora Goyenechea 2966

Harmony between wine and food... read more

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Parque de Los Reyes Antiques

Avda Brasil 1157

The go-to place for antiques in Santiago, with the largest selection of hard- and near-impossible to find items from Chile and abroad... read more

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Patio Bellavista

Constitucion 30

Open air mini shopping center with dozens of shops with handicrafts from all over Chile and restaurants to last the whole week long... read more

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Cerro Santa Lucia Handicrafts Market

Av. Bernardo O'Higgins 499

Maze-like craft fair close to Cerro Santa Lucía. Open daily from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM... read more

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Mercado Persa Bío Bío

Placer 880

Santiago's chaotic legit, grey and black market fleamarket... read more
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