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We were staying at the Renaissance hotel taking a walk when we happened upon this park. If you like a walk in a park and you're close by, by all means enjoy. It has an outstanding rose garden. It isn't the nicest park in Santiago,...More
It´s a good park, and I am not a fan of parks, in special. It has many flowers, a good ambiance in general, a bird place, where you can see the cacatuas.. I mean, birds in general. Has some food trucks, never tried then, though....More
This was a very popular and busy thoroughfare between business areas and shopping. There are some areas set aside for sitting and enjoying the wisteria, rose gardens etc. and a large soccer field with the Andes as a backdrop. Lovely multi use and well used...More
This park was across the street and easily accessible from my hotel. It was a very nice park with ample spaces for walking/jogging and for relaxing. The flowers that were in bloom were beautiful and I can only imagine how nice this park would be...More
Very nice place, you can do a lot of activities, a lot of sports place. Its a good spot to have conversations, go for a walk, exit some minutes from the big city, its similar to "central park" (chileanway) cause you have a lot of...More
Great park in Santiago
lots of sport possibilities, but even nice to browse around.
there are also a few restaurants and places to have cafe
Enourmos kids play space
conected via bridge to the Parque Juan Pablo llwhich is smaller but also realy nice
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Yes, get off at metro station Escuela Militar. A few steps away is the C20, a bus that goes ONLY to Parque Arauco (it makes continuous loops). Bus is inc in price of metro ticket. OR it's about 10-15 min. pleasant... More
Yes, get off at metro station Escuela Militar. A few steps away is the C20, a bus that goes ONLY to Parque Arauco (it makes continuous loops). Bus is inc in price of metro ticket. OR it's about 10-15 min. pleasant, attractive walk