Mercado Central (Central Market)

San Pablo 967

Mercado Central (Central Market)

Feira de Produtores/Feira LocalLocal de Interesse Cultural

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Mercado Central (Central Market) is a popular covered market in Santiago offering more than 30 small restaurants specialized in Chilean dishes. The building was constructed between 1860 and 1872 and its main feature is a cast-iron structure and roof fabricated in Glasgow, Scotland. It was declared national monument in 1984. Additionally, the market also has a wide range of vendor booths offering fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, herb, cheese, etc. Mercado Central is easy to access by Puente Cal y Canto Subway station, with the 2 train.

Menu: Spanish and English in most restaurants
Website: Spanish only
Reservations: Not available

Opening hours:

Mo-Su: 8:00 a.m - 7:00 p.m

(56) 2 696 83 27


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