There are many areas in Santiago that hold some crazy facts. Most of these facts are pretty hard to find in parts of the city where they put thousands of advertisements in front of places that hold a high historical value (Hold on, I'm going somewhere with this).
For example, who has time to think of the Lions in Los Leones, when you have the biggest mall in the country right behind them, and every fasfood chain in the world in the surrounding streets (not that I haven't visited them all to inspect the quality).
In Barrio Yungay, truth isn't a problem, and if you want some cold hard news and straight up politics, the Barrio is the home to just this...
So, a lot of people ask "which are the Urban Art Districts?"
We don't have them established, like on a map; however, we took the liberty to call a few neighborhoods "Urban Art Districts".
So, let's get to the first district: Bellavista.