Comment from Paige
This Calle Bandera, or Flag Street, just off Plaza de Armas, has always been a magnet for Santiago’s hipsters and artists. In its heyday, writer Pablo Neruda, musician Diego Munoz, poet Alberto Valdivia, and all their groovy friends hung out at the calle’s inexpensive bars and restaurants, collectively known as Chinatown.Fast forward a few decades, and today’s creative types make their way to Calle Bandera for another reason: This is Santiago’s headquarters for cool vintage clothes, and a great place for travelers to find new-to-you outfits that fit in with Santiago’s fashionable counter-culture.
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