The Bellavista neighborhood began its development in colonial times, when the sector was known as La Chimba. Only at the beginning of the 19th century did it develop urbanistically with the construction of the Cal y Canto bridge, which linked this area with the rest of the city.
Previously it was a Catholic and aristocratic area, while today Bellavista stands out as one of the most popular and visited sectors of Santiago, a must-see that combines culture, gastronomy and entertainment.
What to see in Bellavista?
We recommend you visit Bellavista Courtyard, which is a place that brings together art exhibitions, live music, theater, craft shops and a wide and exquisite gastronomic offer.
This stop Hop On Hop Off It is a 5-minute walk from Parquemet (entrance through Pío Nono), where you will find the National Zoo Y Santiago Funicular that takes you to the top of Cerro San Cristóbal, where you can connect to the Cableway.
In the surroundings there are also Plaza Baquedano, Parque Forestal and Bustamante, multiple bars and restaurants that you can visit.