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Just walk around and check out the architecture and street mural art. You can plan to start your day at Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos and the proceed to walk Barrio Yungay and hit a spot for lunch. Then step into the...More
Youngay is such a lovely nerighborhood, The houses are from different periods and we have some cités (popular houses in a row). The day may begin in the wonderfun Museo de la Memoria y de los Derechos Humanos an ther one can explore the district....More
A quarter where the community themselves have been the main protagonists of the protection of the local heritage, which made this a consolidated cultural place within downtown Santiago.
I would like to stand out the Casa Quemada Cultural Center (2841 Catedral Street). An artsy place...More
This neighborhood is attractively tourist because it has several types of houses from an employer's house with large grounds, cites and multi-storey collective housing and courtyards, it is a relatively interesting place as it still retains its history. It is also the focus of cultural...More
One of my favourite neighbourhoods in Santiago. The streets are lined with older homes and there is interesting graffiti art around almost every corner. Plaza Yungay (Santo Domingo/Libertad) has a large map which highlights points of interest in the area. Two blocks south of the...More
"Barrio Yungay" is an interesting neighbourhood in Santiago. For instance go to the metro station Quinta Normal. You then have the park quinta Normal or Museo de la Memoria. There is the restaurant Boulevard Lavaud. There are also some other museums and the public library....More