Renowned as a Tourist Spot
Feria de Santa Lucia Market was founded in 1989, when it was known as a Christmas market. Associated with the festive humdrum since its inception, today the market attracts global visitors who descend in large numbers to get great bargains and pick up unusual gifts and memorabilia.
Handicrafts and More
Filled with colourful and attractive stalls, Feria de Santa Lucia is home to many uncommon items like creations in Lapis Lazuli, leather handbags, carved gourd cups, bohemian clothing, wooden toys, alpaca wool, and native instruments. The market also features handicrafts from the neighbouring nations of Peru and Bolivia.
Visiting Feria de Santa Lucia Market is a brilliant way to learn the folklore and culture of Chile.