Ride to hidden art-gallerys, stamps shop, fashion shows and more in Santiago!
What to do? Activities June 26 to July 3!
Let’s stomp down the stamp line!
Sergio Heise’s passion for philately started when he was 9 years old. Back in 1956 he finally fulfilled his dream by opening a stamp shop. Way back when, this stamp collecting hobby was one of the Chilean elite… even Chilean Presidents would walk through this store. Up until today, this place welcomes visitors that look for a special piece of history!
El Penique Negro. Local #23. Galería Edwards (Intersection between Ahumada and Huérfanos). Open Monday to Friday but closed during lunch hours.
Slow down a notch!
Stop and take your time to visit the Semana de la Moda Slow, an event that gathers Latin American designers and a taste of green conscientiousness, fair trade, environmentalists, recycling and artisanal thoughtfulness. Check out the fashion shows, art exhibitions and free workshops. This is an amazing chance to learn about the eco-friendly fashion design world in Latin America.
Thursday 26 to Saturday 28. FREE. Estación Mapocho, metro Cal y Canto.
A moving flea market!
This weekend Santiago’s biggest flea market is gonna move from it original location to centric Plaza Italia. On Saturday 28 at the Feria de Patio you can find old books, vinyls, record players and lots of antique musical accessories! (FREE. 12PM to 9PM. Patio Bellavista, Constitución 30-70). On Sunday 29 the 3rd Feria de Vinilos arrives for all the cult fans of the old vinyls. Come see the 11 best stores straight out of the Bío Bío Flee Market that will be displaying their finest musical treasures! (FREE. 12PM a 9PM. Centro Arte Alameda. Av. Bernardo O’Higgins 139).
Bike + Art = BART ?#$%!#
Winter has arrived in STGO and the best way to shake the cold is pedaling thru the city. This time we want you to get down and artsy, seeing the small and independent art galleries on Santiago’s cultural circuit! How? 1st, grab a bike at La Bicicleta Verde, 2nd, pedal to Plaza de Armas, where you can find Galería AFA (Pasaje Phillips 16, Of.2-A. Open Tuesday to Saturday). Then a few blocks to the south is Galería Gabriela Mistral that belongs to the Ministry of Education (Av. Bernardo O´Higgins 1381. Open Monday to Friday). If you want to get more out of your day, head over to Pio Nono street and stop @ CIAN (Dardignac 0106. Open Monday to Saturday), then over Galería Espora (Melchor Concha y Toro 153. Open Monday to Saturday). Ride against the flow of the Mapocho river to go and see Departamento 21 (Nueva de Lyon 19, dpto 21. Open Monday to Saturday) and Galería Kunst (Avda. Santa María 0316, of 610. Call for an appointment at (56-9) 8390-0274).
Reserve your bike at firstname.lastname@example.org where you can Rent a bike for 4 hours starting at $5.000 clp.
Brew Your Mind Away!
Attention Beer lovers! Taste all of these beer options and you might just find nirvana! This specialized beer store brings brews for everyone’s palate. From the unknown and limited stock to the more classic and famous beers, this winter Beervana recommends you try their stout beers, like Beer Geek, Breakfast or Ballast Point Sea Monster.
Beervana. Monday to Saturday from 12PM. Los Leones 106 (metro Los Leones).