The area is quite small but it oozes class. Turned down the street on a whim and found myself in a bit of dream world. The area has been completely restored and is immaculate. I walked with my eyes up. If you are interested in a trip to South America see our not for profit blog havecarryonwilltravel.com. There are several... 更多
Had a good bar session in this area. Lots of good bars beer was good. Seem to be local brewing. Some not soo nice history there as well. Good working week place to chill and watch the locals have fun.
I live in Chile and I believe this is a MUST in Santiago. This street is in the heart of the noisy downtown, and when you enter, suddenly everything is quiet and nice. It is in a 1800 style and has nice cafes and restaurants. I like to visit and just sit and read a book. There are hotels here... 更多
Makes you feel like you are in a different city and the architecture is amazing. Small but worth visiting and having coffee at the little restaurant in the centre.
A graceful and peaceful area full of architecture that transports you to europe and the streets of Paris and London just as it says. Some nice quiet coffee shops to sit in and enjoy.
We went there on a sunday and were almost the only persons there. We felt like if we were on a movie set. You don't need a lot of time to visit this 2 little streets but if you have some time to kill, why not!
I found this barrio which consists of all of two streets listed as a 'sight' in my lonely planet and given it was within walking distance to the plaza de armas decided to check it out. I actually walked virtually through it but barely noticed any significant change in the scenery around me. It's very unremarkable. I would only recommend... 更多
It is a very nice and quiet neighborhood, consisting of streets Paris and Londres. The streets are cobblestone and has European-style buildings, is almost like walking through Europe. Here are some restaurants but most of the buildings are now hotels. If you like the architecture you must visit this place.
It's just a couple of streets long (and maybe you'll fins yourself exiting it even though you were just entering) but it's amazing how Santiago it's a prime example of contrasts: One second you're walking on a very normal street and then you feel like you were transported to an european one. Perfect place to photograph. ProTip: Some turistics maps... 更多