Vitacura is not only Santiago's top shopping spot, it is also—with its tree-shaded streets, gardens, and wide sidewalks—a great place for a stroll, especially on a Saturday morning when residents are out jogging, walking their dogs, or simply picking up a newspaper and some fresh marraquetas, Chile’s roll-shape answer to French bread. Parque Bicentenario is a great place for a run, or taking kids to feed the fish, geese, and other birds that live in the pond there (animal feed is sold on-site).
POINTS OF INTEREST
Museo de la Moda
The Fashion Museum, opened in 2007 by a son of Jorge Yarur Banna, one of Chile's most successful textile barons,…Learn More >