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BAR ITALIA

One of the first gluten-free restaurants in Santiago. Bar Italia is a charming and welcoming place where you can try delicious and original dishes with national roots and delicates gourmet touches that for sure you will love.

Where?
Avenida Italia 1423, Providencia.

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Bar Italia

LA CHAKRA

For the first time in Chile, there´s shop where you can buy more than 2.000 organic products. La Chakra is focused on healthy food with options for vegans, gluten intolerants and all those who are looking for new a lifestyle or just new recipes.

Where?
Av. Mariano Sánchez Fontecilla 534, Las Condes.

More Info?
La Chakra 

MUSEO CHILENO DE ARTE PRECOLOMBINO

The Museum is housed in one of Santiago’s most distinguished colonial buildings. Constructed in 1805 in the neoclassical style, thebuilding originally was home to the colonial government’s Royal Customs House. Located one block from the Plaza de Armas of Santiago, the site the Museum occupies has always played a central role in the history of both the city and the country.


Where?
Bandera 361, Santiago.

More Info?
Precolombino

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CLUB AMANDA

Club Amanda is one of the most important stages of Chile, presenting every week an attractive national and foreign billboard, related to the world of music, culture and entertainment.

Where?
Embajador Doussinague 1767 / Local 0027d,  Vitacura.

More Info?
Club Amanda

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CLUB LA FERIA!

Originally an old theatre in the heart of Bellavista, La Feria is now Santiago’s most famous electronic nightclub, boasting great acoustics, a Funktion One sound system and some striking light shows.

Where?
Constitución 275, Providencia.

More Info?
La Feria

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ECO SANTIAGO TOURS!

Eco Santiago Tours was born in 2017 out of the need for a new tour route that covers the parks and the green side of the city. Explore the biggest metropolitan park in South America and the 4thº biggest in the world, discover this beautiful oasis in the middle of the city that`s full of secrets, history and surprises.

Meeting point?
Plaza Italia

When?
Tuesday to Saturday

More Info?
Eco Santiago Tours

LAGUNA DEL INCA!

Laguna del Inca is the name given to a lagoon located in the Andes mountain range in the area of Portillo, located in the province of Los Andes, and also the name used to refer to a legend referring to this lagoon. A true pearl is hidden only hours from Santiago.

Where?
Laguna del Inca

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CAFÉ FORESTAL

Opposite the Bellas Artes Museum is this sweet little café, and the coffees are not to be missed. On a cold day, opt for a warming hot chocolate, or choose from one of their many herbal teas.

Where?
Ismael Valdés Vergara 490, Santiago.

Source: TCT

VAPIANO

“Chi va piano, va sano e va lontano”:  According to an Italian proverb, “If you have an easy-going and relaxed approach to life, you’ll live more healthily and longer”.  And this is exactly the attitude which is lived every day in our Vapianos. It has been this way since 2002, when the first Vapiano in Hamburg, Germany, opened its doors at the “Hohen Bleichen”.  Two years later, the founders decided to set Vapiano on a world tour as a franchise concept.  Today there are already Vapianos in more than 30 countries.

Where?
Vapiano

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CAFÉ RAIZ EX ANAY

Found on the corner of Avenida Italia and Santa Isabel, enter this sweet café where you’ll be greeted by the cheery waitresses. On cold winter days, you can warm up your cup of coffee with a drop of either whiskey or baileys, or on a hot day, why not make your order an iced coffee. The cakes here are delectable as well.

Where?
Av. Italia 1238, Providencia.

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BARRIO MERCADO

A café centered around the family, a place where moms can relax while their children are enjoying themselves in the playground. Sit back with a coffee in hand, enjoy a minute of peace and maybe even indulge in the menu del dia, or a healthy quinoa salad.

Where?
Malaquías Concha 356, Providencia.

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JOSÉ RAMÓN 277!

This hip sandwich shop is tucked away on a tiny street between the GAM Cultural Center and Barrio Lastarria. José Ramón 277 offers tasty artisanal beers on tap, a charming and modern atmosphere and a slightly more gourmet take on the classic Chilean sandwich.

Where?
José Ramón Gutiérrez 277, Santiago.

Reservations?
+56 9 4258 1689

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LA TERRAZA!

This typical Chilean sandwich shop attracts an alternative, young crowd and is centrally located close to Santiago’s Plaza Italia and the hostel. With artisanal beers on tap and sandwiches made with fresh ingredients, this is a great place to grab a sandwich or hotdog.

Where?
Vicuña Mackenna 24, Santiago.

QUICK LUNCH ALEMÁN!

It’s hard to beat the hamburgers or steak churrasco sandwiches at this low-key sandwich shop in the upscale Las Condes neighborhood. Sandwiches and hamburgers made with fresh ingredients and served piping hot, Quick Lunch Alemán serves up a quick lunch that leaves a lasting impression.

Where?
Apoquindo 6240, Santiago.

Reservations?
No booking needed.

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ALBEDRIO RESTAURANT!

This modern sandwich shop doesn’t have the same legacy as other well-known Santiago eateries, but it still serves up a reliably mouth-watering sandwich with lots of topping options and is based in the city’s historic center.

Where?
Pasaje Huérfanos 640 Edificio B, Local 5, Santiago.
More Info?
Albedrio

SHOPERIA MUNICH!

A classic Santiago sandwich shop, Shoperia Munich serves up scrumptious sandwiches and hotdogs and is centrally located. The completos italianos come highly recommended, made with homemade mayonnaise, fresh palta (avocado) and chopped tomatoes.

Where?
Vicuña Mackenna 480, Providencia.

SILABARIO COCINA LOCAL!

Once you step foot through the door you will feel as though you are in an old Santiago home, where the mama is cooking a hearty meal for you with fresh ingredients from the Chilean countryside. Oozing flavor and character, why not try some typical Chilean cuisine, whether you opt to begin with an empanada, followed by charquicán or pastel de papa.

Where?
Lincoyán 920, Ñuñoa.
More Info?
Silabario

CENTRAL PIZZA!

Central Pizza is the go-to place for quick, cheap food to share with friends. It serves up New York-style pizzas, so expect meat-centric toppings on comforting doughy bases. The menu offers classics such as Hawaiian and pepperoni mixed in with more unusual choices like carbonara flavour.

Where?
Monjitas 608, Santiago.

More Info?
Central Pizza

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BELLAS ARTES MUSEUM!

Modeled after the Petit Palais of Paris, Santiago’s National Fine Arts Museum is gorgeous on the inside and out. Pose in front of the dramatic sculpture “Unidos en la Gloria y en la Muerte” at the museum’s entrance before walking in. The museum is open every day except Mondays, and admission is free of charge.

Where?
José Miguel de la Barra 650, Santiago.

More info?
Bellas Artes

PANKO SUSHI NIKKEI!

Nikkei is a term used for Peruvian-Japanese fusion, combining the best of both cuisines. Panko also incorporate many Chilean ingredients into their sushi, such as merken (smoked chilli pepper) and pebre (coriander, olive oil, chopped tomatoes, garlic and ají peppers).

Where?
Pio Nono 61, Bellavista
More info?
Panko