Bellas Artes Neighbourhood: Modern and Antique.
Located in the bohemian neighborhood of the city, one of the most traditional and centrally areas of the Chilean Capital. Coffee houses, restaurants, shops, museums, art galleries, as well as Theater and Cinema, invite you to relax while walking around tree lined streets and buildings with an incredible architecture from the beginning of the 1800’s. Next to the Fine Arts Museum, and Lastarria street, with its cafes and great restaurants, and the MAVI Visual Arts Museum. A few steps away, El Biografo movie theatre, and the GAM cultural center.
Find across the street one of the most attractive parks for a peaceful stroll. Discover a vast range of culinary options. Within a short walking distance, cross the Mapocho River bridge for a visit to Bellavista. Find as well the famous bookstore Mercado Central, a must in the literature life of the Chilean people, and visit The Clinic, the restaurant of the famous newspaper, a landmark publication that is known for its vitriolic views of Chilean cultural, economical and political activities.
Mosqueto street, half a block from Cerro Urbano, is the place where renowned artists, intellectuals and professionals meet. The bohemian spirit of the area works like a magnet for the eager, spirited side of the community. The preserved architecture, closeness to museums, parks, downtown, and Santa Lucía hill is the best one can ask.