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Disapointed everything is super expensive, I felt that the tourist get exploited. Was looking for Lapis Lazuli jewelry, could not believe my eyes, how they tried to take advantage in tripling the price for a simple necklace. Looking for Lapis please don't buy in chile...More
I hate shopping - and normally avoid the whole souvenir gig because I hate aggressive sales tactics/people being in my face, packing a bunch of stuff home, and the cookie cutter junk that all looks the same that tends to be the bulk of what...More
I echo what others have said - very chill environment, vendors don't harass you, very good for souvenirs. You will see some repeats but also some different items made mostly in Chile and Peru. Once you exit the Santa Lucia(on the red.line) metro stop the...More
This is your typical city market selling souvenirs to visitors. Lots of different shops selling a variety of items that most visitors are looking for during their visit to Chile - woolen items, figurines, tapestry, etc. Don't wait till. you get to the airport for...More
This is a gem. Lots of good quality alpaca mitts, hats, sweaters. Leather works, jewelry and everything in between. I fully satisfied my list for items I wanted to bring home and I didn't break the bank. Ask the price and don't haggle too much...More
Lots of small shops. Shopping for souvenirs without any pressure to buy. You can spend 2 to 3 hours shopping here. Souvenirs include the Chilean gamut of lapis, jewellery, alpaca and knits, T-Shirts, wood and metal items, etc.
Easy to get to by subway. Located...More