Walk and bike across the puzzle Chile! Santiago events.
What to do in Santiago? Activities July 3-10
Chile: A Puzzle to Piece Together
Chile is one of the longest countries in the world. At more than 2,600 miles in length, it is almost a tenth of the circumference of the world. How can you get to know it? Visit Puro Chile, Paisaje y Territorio, a collection of almost 300 photographs and objects from different parts of the country. Learn about Chile in this interesting exhibit!
Exposición Puro Chile. Paisaje y Territorio. Centro Cultural Palacio de La Moneda, Metro Moneda. Monday to Sunday 9AM to 7:30PM. $5.000, and $2.500 before 12PM.
Dazed, Crazy, Hallucinated
This Thursday (July 3) the temperature in Santiago will rise with two cant-miss events. The Safari group brings a new version of Analog Madness and their latest indie dance production “Ladies and Gentlemen… We Are Safari” along with DJ Ricki Mandala and The Ripped/UTCH Records (11PM. $3.000. Bar Loreto Loreto 435). All electronic music lovers should come party in the amazing glass pyramid structure of Temple Asian Lounge for Sonanza, a party featuring Marcelo Rosselot, Alejandro Vivanco, and Paula Manuel Novoa Wapsas ($4000 11:30 pm. Temple Asian Lounge. Intercontinental Hotel, Vitacura 2885).
I Love the ‘80s, ‘90s, 2000s
Attention! The party arrives at the Blondie Events Center with two different rooms to vibe to the best music of the 80s, 90s and 2000s. One room of “Full 80s” is dedicated to Pop, Dance, New Wave, Techno Pop and Latin Rock and a second room has the best hits of the 90s and today’s best pop, electro and dance.
Friday, July 4. 11:30 PM. $ 4,000. Centro de Eventos Blondie, Avenida Bernardo O’Higgins 2879.
Mountains, Lakes, Desert and Ocean…This is Chile!
Chile has everything to offer for the outdoors, and for this reason we will give you the best advice on where to buy a good pair of shoes, a tent, or warm clothing. Take a green bike because everything is easier on 2 wheels! Gangas (Providencia 1637) outlet sells quality American products at good prices such as shoes, sleeping bags, flashlights, and camp stoves. Sherpa Life (105 Canto General, Local 404) has all the known brands for hiking, climbing, skiing, rafting, camping and kayaking. Parafernalia Outdoor (Providencia 2124. Local 9G) sells new and secondhand shoes, backpacks, sleeping bags, and hiking accessories. Tattoo (Los Leones 81) has gear for adventure sports. Chile Montaña (Bucarest 46 y General Holley 50) has camping and climbing equipment. In the Costanera Center you can find stores of Lippi and Doite, excellent Chilean brands. Finally, Andes Gear (Helvecia 210) has a selection of international brands that will get you ready for the mountain.
Rent your bike starting at $5000 clp at La Bicicleta Verde! Loreto 6. Telephone: 25709338.
Better Forget the Diet!
There is only one way to survive the winter in Santiago: a coffee with a piece of pie or a hot chocolate with a piece of cake. At this bakery you can also find delicious cookies, cupcakes, and Chilean sweets. If your conscience bothers you, you can also find pastry options without sugar.
Quequería Su Señoría. Monjitas 560, local 2.