Parque Bicentenario, Santiago

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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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  • Very calm place to jog, ride a bicycle, walk the dog, make open air activities or just lay down in the grass; beautiful view of the Los Andes Mountains and the Costanera Center and remember to visit t...  more »
  • It's one of the best parks in Santiago. Located in a high-end neighbourhood, the park is clean, well preserved and safe. Best to hang around at weekends, especially on a Sunday. It's great for couples...  more »
  • You can walk there easily from the main Santiago Hotels, if you are looking for a change after a busy city tour but only if you have time since not touristy, nicer for locals  more »
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  • 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).
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • An amazing outdoor area providing a break from the bustle of Santiago. Probably best to take care and not be here alone after dark, even though there are manned security kiosks located throughout the park.
  • Nice place to spend weekends or afternoons, great place to walk your dog