Apart Hotel Neruda

156 Pedro Valdivia Avenue, Santiago, Chile
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Forum Posts

Los Domenicos Handcraft Market

by Blondie44blue

Does anyone know anything about the Los Domenicos Market and how far away it is from the center of Santiago? How much would a taxi cost to get there?

Re: Los Domenicos Handcraft Market

by patagoniapaul

Hi! Los Dominicos is a lovely crafts and art market. It sells handmade goods at a premium - but mostly very good quality. Many of the artisants and artists are working there and you can watch them make the products. To get there is now as easy as falling off a chair. You get on the metro (Line 1 or the Red line) and it goes all the way to Los Dominicos. It is the terminal station. No need for a taxi anymore! This is a must see in Santiago.

Re: Los Domenicos Handcraft Market

by Mark92456

I hired a tour/taxi guide Gustavo Moraga from Santiago's Airport. He was awesome, very professional and honest. I even forgot my camera in his car and when I arrived in Boston, he let me know that he had it and offered to mail it to me. Also, he speaks very good English.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Santiago at night

by filipdebont

When visiting a city, I always love to walk around at night to make pictures of the illuminated buildings.

I did this the first night, I arrived in Santiago. I still remember that it was pretty cold.

As in every city it can be dangerous when you walk around with your expensive photo equipment, so be careful and when possible go with other people and stay a bit together.

The Plaza de Armas was a great place to make some night shots. Making pictures at night at the Plaza de Armas

Skiing or Snowboarding near Santiago

by kiwigal_1

The best places for skiing in Chile are near Santiago - Valle Nevado, La Parva, El Colorado and a little further away - Portillo. I have not skiied in the US or Canada so can´t compare the conditions but I have never heard anyone complaining about the skiing conditions here. Each of these places has its own website:

Valle Nevado
La Parva
El Colorado

There are places to ski further south but if you were to base yourself in Santiago you could try out a few different places by taking a shuttle each day (see my Santiago page sports tips for details).

There is accommodation available at each of these locations however it is quite expensive and usually require a minimum stay (eg 7 days in Portillo). Equipment can be hired on the mountain but it does make for an expensive outing. I took my own equipment with me.


by canguru

More upper-class area, hence more expensive. This is where you tend to find the most number of foreigners hanging out. There are many bars, restaurants and nightclubs to choose from. Generally neat casual.

Don´t Miss the Fresh Beef and Seafood!

by jitkaceska about Mercado Central

Next to the Rio Mapocho, Santigo´s central market is a distinctive wrought-iron edifice dating from 1872.
Besides an appealing selection of fresh fruit,vegetables and fish, there are a number of eating places ranging from modest to the finest. Chilean parrillada (grilled steak and other cits of beef)
Shrimps with garlic sauce.
These two dishes were the best what ai have ever ate. Very fresh, delicious!

Rai Restaurant - Providencia

by kiwigal_1 about Rai Restaurant

This restaurant is tucked away in the back streets of Providenica but is well worth looking for. The street frontage is deceptive as it looks like the houses in the residential area in which it is situated but inside it opens up to a modern and tastefully decorated restaurant. The service is top class and the food was excellent. I reccomend that you make a reservation, especially on a Friday & Saturday night.

Remember that Chileans eat later than most western countries so it is better to make a reservation anytime after 9pm.


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