Santiago

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Santa Lucia
5 reviews
Unfortunately, Chile's main art museum now has only a small part of its excellent collection of Chilean painting on display, confining it to just six small rooms on the second floor. — Fodor's
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Centro Histórico
3 reviews
This is, after all, a long nation with drastically different climates and landscapes, making the First Nations history fascinating and complex. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
the presidential palace since 1846 and seat of government, bears the memory of the 1973 coup that led to the death of Allende. — Michelin Guide
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Providencia
2 reviews
Affords unrivalled views of the city (on a clear day), rendering this attraction one of the best in the city. — Frommer's
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Santa Lucia
2 reviews
Houses the Museum of Santiago. — Michelin Guide
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Providencia
3 reviews
The house is home to works of art and books which have survived the destruction carried out by the dictatorship in 1973. — Michelin Guide
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2 reviews
Since it opened in 2010, the remarkable, controversial Memory and Human Rights Museum has shone the light on the difficult and fractious history of the Pinochet years from 1973-1990. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Beckoning to an artsy crowd, the Bellavista neighborhood features graffiti-lined streets with cafes, art galleries and boutique shops. — U.S. News & World Report
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Vitacura
3 reviews
Founded by one of the sons of Chilean textile mogul Jorge Yarur Bascuñán, the Museo de la Moda is an intriguing hybrid: part historic home, part popular history museum. — Frommer's
8
3 reviews
There were (conservatively) 500 people watching these mimes. — Afar Magazine
7
2 reviews
Chile's largest producer is consistently good in every price range, from the most inexpensive table wines to some of Chile's finest—and priciest—labels. — Fodor's
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Santa Lucia
2 reviews
Showcasing the work of more than 300 local artists, the Museo de Artes Visuales, or MAVI, serves as a center for Chilean contemporary art. — Travel + Leisure
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San Francisco
2 reviews
The three- and four-story town houses are all unique. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
Hosts temporary exhibitions of national and international modern art. — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
The center hosts events such as rock concerts and the International Book Fair, and...visitors can view exhibitions of local art and a permanent installation of the popular "Painted Bodies"... — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Near the foot of Cerro Santa Lucía is the block-long classical facade of the National Library. — Fodor's
7
Centro Histórico
2 reviews
...[T]he church's interior is something to behold, with a stunning baroque Bavarian pulpit and an altar displaying a 16th-century image of the Virgin Mary... — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Before ex-dictator Pinochet seized power and moved the National Congress to Valparaíso, Congress met inside [this] handsome, French neoclassical edifice, with Corinthian pillars and lush gardens... — Frommer's
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Santa Lucia
3 reviews
At the Central Market you'll find a matchless selection of edible products from the sea. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
Beyond the lagoon is the Museo de Ciencia y Tecnología, which has interactive exhibits on astronomy, geology and other aspects of science and technology. — Lonely Planet
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