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Alameda, Santiago

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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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  • The Alameda Bernardo Ohiggins is the main traffic artery of Santiago and part of 2 communes (Central station and downtown Santiago). It consists of 4 tracks in each direction of traffic (2 for public transport and 2 for private vehicles) separated by a central floes with vegetation where, according to the sector we can find bike paths, squares and monuments. Under the Alameda, in its entirety are part of the way line 1 of the subway (Metro) stations "Bars" on the West and the "Baquedano" in the East of the city".
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  • This part of the city is kind of the heart of it from a geographical viewpoint but doesn't offer anything extraordinary  more »
  • It's worth walking down the Boulevard enjoying constructions and local architecture, the Palace of La Moneda this in this mall.
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