Explore the wonderful neighbourhood named Barrio Patronato

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Barrio Patronato is a traditional neighbourhood in Santiago, Chile and has been bounded by bell Vista Street from the south and Dominica Street from the north, Loreto Street from the east and Avenida Recolta from the west. Barrio Patronato is really famous for those people who love shopping as it is a place where you can buy affordable trendy fashionable clothes at affordable prices, and another thing is that you can also buy vegetables as well as fresh fruits. This neighbourhood is also home to historic Church Parroquia de Santa Filomena. People can easily find here Arabic restraints serving South Korean and Vietnamese cuisine. This place was turned into commercial district when there is arrival of Middle Eastern immigrants.

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Timings: The shops start to open around 10:00, and they generally close between 18:00 and 19:00 hours. Prefer visiting on a weekday, as Saturdays and Sundays can be extremely crowded.

Address: Calle Patronato y alrededores, Santiago, Chile

How to reach: The nearest metro station is Patronato serving on the line 2 of Santiago metro service which is just a three minutes’ walk away from the plaza.

Contact: +25 66 787 987"

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