Patio Bellavista Panorama Urbano, Bellavista

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SANTIAGO | Patio Bellavista Panorama Urbano is a modern shopping and dining complex in the heart of Santiago’s Bellavista neighbourhood. Formerly home to a number of underutilised warehouses dating back to the early 1900s, Patio Bellavista is now home to over 70 bars, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, and a hotel. The redevelopment, which opened in 2006 has won several awards for its design. It’s a striking area to walk though with a sympathetic blend of old and new.

There’s a lot of variety across the vendors in this open-air complex, and you can find all sorts of locally made goods and delicious food and drink. In the large open courtyard there’s regular live music and theater performances, The upscale and somewhat tourist focused bent of Patio Bellavista does mean that things are a bit more expensive here than elsewhere in town, but it’s still well worth visiting.

Patio Bellavista Panorama Urbano

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