Parque Arauco, Santiago

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Offering a smorgasbord of activities for visitors of all ages, Parque Arauco makes the perfect addition to any Santiago itinerary. Start with a stroll around the rose gardens, which feature a vast array of colorful flowers, then check out the birdlife at the aviary. Visit the children entertainment center, or let the kids burn off some excess energy at one of the park's numerous playgrounds. If you still feel like being active, take a spin round the bike park, or show off your moves at the skate park. Work out when and for how long to visit Parque Arauco and other Santiago attractions using our handy Santiago trip generator.
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  • I visited this mall to find somewhere for a bite to eat. The mall itself is just like any other Mall. It has an array of clothing stores and shops. They have a section of restaurants and you can defin...  more »
  • They call that area Sanhattan because of all the office buildings, there's all kinds of transport that gets you there, many places to eat and shop. This park is like an oasis, where you can walk, jog,...  more »
  • This is a huge green area in Santiago business district. Shaded by skyscappers, it gives you a different feeling. On one side you have an amazing view of Andes Mountains. It's a great area to chillout...  more »
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  • One of the best shopping malls in Santiago. You will find plenty of options and brands. It houses the 3 major retail stores in Chile and a luxury brands boulevard. Great variety of eating and drinking options in the outdoor boulevard. If you need a supermarket or a large home store you can find them across Rosario street.
  • Beautifully designed mall and it's massive! Lots of stores. Somewhat expensive but it's in the nicest part of the town so it's expected.
  • Now this is a shopping mall. Not so crowded. Full of interesting and rare stores. So quiet yet so vivid. It's hard to describe but once you're there you'll get me.
  • Possibly the most exciting place I've been in Santiago. Lots of choices for food. Crowdy and comfy to chill out. Place is vibrant and exciting for shopping.
  • One of the best malls I have been in a long time. Very clean, very safe (tourists bring your cameras with no worries...), and with all the brands. The food areas (inside and out) are also very nice with both local and international chains. If anything the way around the mall is a bit convoluted but I guess this is the way to make sure you go everywhere, and if you looking for something local to take as a gift abroad not much luck apart from wine (great gift anyway) and some local designer goods.