The Barrio Bellavista is one of the hippest places in Santiago and you will be spoilt for choice by trendiest local bars and restaurants, avant-garde art galleries and local shops that sell craft articles.
Whether you grab a coffee at a Café while people-watching or buy specialty gifts like shawls, rugs, blankets, copper articles or semi-precious stones, the Barrio keeps you engaged during your visit.
If you are looking for a place to party late at night, the place is buzzing with discos and pubs that play modern music.
Get ready to enjoy non-stop in one of the funkiest areas of Santiago with a visit to the Barrio Bellavista. You don’t need a ticket for Barrio Bellavista to enjoy in its various shops, nightclubs and restaurants. Barrio Bellavista ticket prices may hold for some of its attractions but as a whole you can visit this street for free. You can buy tickets for Barrio Bellavista tours where you will get a guided experience of the whole place. Barrio Bellavista tickets are an easy fit with some of the other popular attractions in Santiago.
- Ticket prices for various club, galleries and pubs vary. Visit the individual website of the places for precise prices.
- Timings of individual clubs, pubs, shops and restaurants vary. Visit the official website of the place for individual timings.
- Metro: At Baquedano station or at Patronato station.
- Bus: At PC1108 - Parada / Plaza Caupolicán.
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bike.
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79.43% of people who visit Santiago include Barrio Bellavista in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
25.67% of people start their Barrio Bellavista visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Barrio Bellavista
77.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Barrio Bellavista
Cool place for party at night time and food during the day.
One of Santiago's most tranquil and attractive neighborhoods. It's also the neighborhood where the Nobel Prize winning Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda maintained one of his three residences in Chile. Eateries, dancing and entertainment abound o the nearby main streets and the Metropolitan Park has a plethora of interesting sights and activities you shouldn't miss. Try the funicular ride too!
Very trendy! Well worth a visit to people watch.
Lots of bars and good places to eat. All prices, most tastes. At night it is set alight by rhythms of music in its varied clubs. It is also close to the beautiful cerro San Cristobal, which is perfect for those who like to wander into nature.
The most popular party location in all of Santiago. Beware, as it is mostly crowded by 16-25 years old. Monday to Thursday its perfect for family lunches at the local restaurants.