Parque Bicentenario, Santiago

(4.6/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web)
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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  • It is a very picturesque and beautiful park for a picnic. Had the luck of witnessing a displays of art during my ride
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  • I went with my mother (74), we walked around the Park. Is a place very quiet, out of all noise Santiago. Very clean, offers of umbrellas installed in almost all the park for use of the visitor and without cost. The beautiful lagoon of birds and I loved the idea of leaving available food dispensers to feed the animals in the lagoon. Excellent!
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  • As well as Chile, the Park is long and narrow. Beautiful, clean, with huge lawns, lakes, and several Sun umbrellas available to users (that's right, get there and no one takes). A candle vista than the local call "Sanhattan," i.e., the modern buildings of the financial centre.
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  • Muy lindo el parque
  • Park made and opened for celebrating 200th anniversary of the independence of Chile. Here citizens go regularly for running, cycling, etc. Also people usually gather with friends and make picnics or take the dog for a walk. Big events and markets ussually take place here on weekends.
  • Beautiful Park, something that is lacking in less wealthy suburbs of Santiago. Having said that, great asset for the city, beautiful views. Limited parking when an event is on.
  • One of the Best public parks in Santiago. There's always something happening here. This time was mercado mastica
  • great park! lots of sports areas, and grass to lie around. sadly if you take a portable chair for someone who cant sit on the ground due to mobility issues, the park guards tend to make a fuss.