10 Flea Markets and Thrift Stores in Santiago, Chile

Santiago | © David Berkowitz/Flickr
Santiago | © David Berkowitz/Flickr

If you love to shop for things with a story, and don’t want to spend loads of money, thrift shopping is for you. It won’t bust your budget, and you’ll end up with some fascinating, unique pieces. Here are 10 of Santiago’s best secondhand stores and flea markets.

Calle Bandera

The 4–5 block stretch between General Mackenna St. and Cathedral St. is loaded with thrift stores. Here are some of the best.

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With four locations around Santiago, including three stores on Bandera, Meicys is the largest importer of international clothing in Santiago. Prepare to spend a significant amount of time perusing through the many articles of clothing. You’re sure to come across popular US brands. Meicy’s owns five retail brands, including Orange Blue.

Orange Blue

From hats and sunglasses to home goods, Orange Blue is a good place to find a special something to remember your trip by. With 11 locations throughout Santiago, including five stores on Bandera, Orange Blue is a great secondhand store to explore.

Cero 90

Looking for chic style without the steep price tag? Cero 90 is a great place to shop for secondhand bargains, and stocks an array of different items.


A thrift store with a mission to provide on-trend fashion and extend the lifecycle of clothing, BOW! is located on Bandera, and has locations throughout Santiago.

Urban Souls

Into urban fashion? Urban Souls has you covered. Whether it’s a Halloween costume or bridesmaid dress, this place is stocked with great finds. All you need is a whole load of time to sort through them.


While Calle Bandera is best stocked with secondhand stores, it isn’t the only place for a deal. Here are some other stores to stop by.

Reciclage I Love

Looking for color? Try Reciclage I Love. Stop by this single location for funky, fresh sustainable style.

El Ropero

Head over to El Ropero for vintage men’s clothing at bargain prices.

Baccarat la Tiendita Vintage

Although only open on the weekends, Baccarat la Tiendita Vintage is well worth a visit. You’ll find cute, vintage, fun fashion in this small store.

Persa Biobio

The biggest of them all, Persa Biobio is a flea market located near the Franklin metro. Head this way if you’re in the mood to hunt for treasure in the many stalls that make up the market. From leather to globes, glass bottles to old books, mirrors to suitcases, there’s no telling what you’ll find – but it will be good.

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