Vitacura is, without a doubt, the destination for upscale shopping. Lined with designer boutiques with SUVs double-parked out front, Avenida Alonso de Córdova is Santiago's equivalent of Fifth Avenue in New York City or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. "Drive" is the important word here, as nobody strolls from place to place. Although buzzing with activity, the streets are strangely empty. Here you'll see names like Emporio Armani, Louis Vuitton, and Hermès. Other shops are found on nearby Avenidas Vitacura and Nueva Costanera.

Providencia, another popular shopping district, has rows of smaller, less luxurious boutiques. Avenida Providencia slices through the neighborhood, branching off for several blocks into the parallel Nueva Providencia. Shops continue east to Tobalaba metro, after which Avenida Providencia changes its name to Avenida Apoquindo and the neighborhood turns into Las Condes. To be on the cutting edge, head south to Avenida Italia (close to Salvador), where there are several blocks of shops stretching south from Bilbao. Converted row houses and workshops have been given over to (mostly) home design stores, cafés, and restaurants with courtyards in back. Girardi street also has several antiques dealers.

Bohemian Bellavista attracts those in search of the perfect thick woolen sweater or the right piece of lapis lazuli jewelry. Santiago Centro is more down to earth, while the Mercado Central just north of Parque Forestal sells ocean-related products, and nearby markets Vega Chica and Vega Central sell cheese, fruit, meat, eggs, vegetables, cleaning supplies, signs, and many other items. Shops are grouped together by type.

Shops in Santiago are generally open weekdays 10–7 and Saturday 10–2. Malls are open daily 10–10.

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  • 1. Centro Artesanal Pueblito Los Dominicos

    Las Condes

    This crafts "village" inside a former cloister houses some 50 stands filled with goods made of fine leather and wool, semiprecious stones (including lapis lazuli),...Read More

  • 2. Costanera Center

    Las Condes

    This mall organizes stores by type and has 12 movie screens, free Wi-Fi, and a wide variety of food. You can't miss the building, which...Read More

  • 3. El Mundo del Vino

    Las Condes

    This world-class store has an international wine selection, in-store tastings, classes, and books for oenophiles. In addition to this shop in the W Hotel, there...Read More

  • 4. Santiago Wine Club


    Take your most finicky wine-loving friends to this small storefront in Barrio Lastarria to try its highly rated, indie, terroir, and signatures wines, many of...Read More

  • 5. Alto Las Condes

    Las Condes

    This mall has more than 200 shops, three department stores, a multiplex cinema, indoor food court, and an outside patio lined with restaurants. Also here...Read More

  • 6. Blue Stone


    This is one of the top-end stores in which to buy lapis lazuli, the blue stone for which Chile is famous. Unlike other stores that...Read More

  • 7. Casimires Ingleses Matilde Medina


    Yards and yards of cashmere fill the window of Casimires Ingleses Matilde Medina. The owner imports her beautiful scarves and sweaters from England and sells...Read More

  • 8. Centro Artesanal Santa Lucía

    La Alameda

    This souvenir market just across the Alameda from the base of Cerro Santa Lucía has some indigenous and locally made crafts, including some (not the...Read More

  • 9. Centro Comercial Lo Castillo


    Some nice antiques shops are found in the basement of the Centro Comercial Lo Castillo, which is quite small and, apart from a cinema and...Read More

  • 10. Chantal Bernsau

    Las Condes

    For truly original jewelry using local materials, visit Chantal Bernsau's shop on the first floor of the W Hotel. She sells mainly chunky pendants with...Read More

  • 11. Coquinaria

    Las Condes

    This gourmet food shop is packed with temptations such as fresh pasta and cheeses not easily found elsewhere in Santiago. ...Read More

  • 12. Donde Golpea El Monito

    Santiago Centro

    In the countryside, men often wear texanos (cowboy hats), paños (formal hats), and chupallas (flat-brimmed hats). If you've ever wondered where to buy these proper...Read More

  • 13. Feria Artesanal Pío Nono


    Bellavista's colorful Feria Artesanal Pío Nono, held in the park at the start of Avenida Pío Nono, comes alive every night of the week. The...Read More

  • 14. Galería Animal


    See works by local artists at Galería Animal, a spacious, luminous gallery in Vitacura. The large-scale pieces include sculpture and other types of installations....Read More

  • 15. Galería Aninat


    Javiera García-Huidobro and Isabel Aninat curate works of both established and emerging Chilean artists at this Vitacura gallery, which has three rooms to browse....Read More

  • 16. Galpón de Anticuarios Los Reyes

    Santiago Centro

    West of Estación Mapocho and at the end of Avenida Brasil, this complex is filled with antiques dealers. They are used to foreigners coming and...Read More

  • 17. Hermès


    Looking a bit like a fortress, Hermès occupies some prime real estate on Alonso de Córdova, Santiago's main upscale international brand shopping drag....Read More

  • 18. La Blanquería


    This shop sells a wide variety of wool carpets and other weavings designed and produced in Chile....Read More

  • 19. La Tienda Nacional


    For independent books from local authors, including kids' books and locally designed toys, head here. There are also postcards and posters with historical Chilean motifs,...Read More

  • 20. La Vinoteca


    Proudly proclaiming itself Santiago's first fine wine shop, La Vinoteca stocks vintages from all over Chile and abroad, as well as beer and liquor. There...Read More

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