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Alameda, Santiago

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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2.4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Stroll along Alameda, the main avenue of the capital city. The boulevard is actually named after Chile’s founding father Bernardo O’Higgins, but it's popularly known as Alameda because of the poplar trees that line the avenue. It is home to many monuments dedicated to important people in Chile’s history, as well as various important buildings. Take a walk along this spacious street to admire the architecture of its old buildings, find a place to eat, or do some shopping. Along the way, you can view the presidential palace, the national library, or Chile’s oldest restaurant. Make Alameda a part of your Santiago vacation plans using our Santiago family vacation planner.
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  • I wasn't really impressed with this street as there's really nothing that stands out in my mind. There's a few neat buildings with cool graffiti on it, but that's pretty much it. 
  • I loved have stayed close. Has everything, apart from the Metro. Through the city from end to end and it's output to the Pacific!
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  • Is the main avenue of the city where the Government Palace La Moneda. Recommend hotel or apartment next to this Avenue or the Cerro Santa Lucia. Getting here is easier to get around.
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