Parque Bicentenario, Santiago

4.7
#3 of 30 in Parks in Santiago
Step away from the busy streets of Santiago and relax at the riverside Parque Bicentenario. A favorite with the locals, this large park features three artificial lakes, vast green areas, jogging and biking tracks, playgrounds for the kids, and an outdoor gym. While taking a stroll, you can admire numerous sculptures and observe swans and flamingos that make their home here. Satisfy your hunger at the park's restaurant, or have a picnic on the grass. Throughout the year, the park provides a setting for various cultural happenings. Check online for events taking place during your visit. Add Parque Bicentenario and other attractions to your Santiago trip itinerary using our Santiago vacation planner.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Clean, organized, great and beautiful! Area for pets, pond and several sculptures. Amazing place to stay over 1 hour!
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  • August 14, 2017
    A rustic trail, which goes through different places, as a special area for dogs, a lake with several flamingos, artworks, toys and apparatus for exercising, and even one of the best restaurants in Santiago, the Mestizo, which is inside the Park. From there, you can still see the torre Costanera Sky and San Cristobal. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained. After the walk, a coffee in the charming neighborhood of Vitacura, neighbor to the Park. A big date.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Many different animals can be enjoyed this place, the flamingos are very beautiful and well taken care of, as well as a pond with carp and swans, lovely.
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  • June 29, 2017
    Nice park, so big, so full of people, families and kids. Is really nice to spend the weekend's afternoons there. You can pack your things and have a nice picnic and enjoy the weather. However, pack a thick jacket, particularly if it's winter because the place get cold as hell when the night falls. The place is also nice to walk at night, it has plenty of light. Again, pack a good jacket or you will be running back to the comfort of your car.
  • February 13, 2017
    A hallmark of inequity in Chile. Enjoy this first-world-class park in one of the richest zones in Santiago. A pond with flamingos and exotic fish, a dog park, clean bathrooms, and a jogging course. Completely free for all! (For all who afford to live there, it's a 2 hours trip from middle-low income neighborhoods).
  • July 10, 2017
    Large park, good for walking, biking, and picnics. However, has nearly no places to get food in it, so keep that in mind.
  • April 2, 2017
    This is a super cool park! They set up cute little umbrellas for shade. There are also playgrounds, exercise machines, a dog park...very cool community space.
  • April 2, 2017
    Quiet place, good for walking, running o just to take a break. If you wanna take a Sunday ride with your bycicle it's also good, but don't expect going too fast. Parking is a lottery, but not impossible.

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