Parque de Los Reyes, Santiago

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Parque de Los Reyes is part of the "Santiago integrated park system" that also included Parque Forestal and Parque Fluvial Padre Renato Poblete.The park lies on the south bank of the Mapocho River and extends to Balmaceda Avenue in the south, Estación Mapocho Cultural Centre in the east and Quinta Normal in the west.The park lies across two of the communes of Chile's capital city, The parkOn the eastern edge of the park can be found Estación Mapocho Cultural Centre and Balmaceda 1215 cultural centre, home to the Youth and Children's Orchestras Foundation of Chile, and the metro station15px Puente Cal y Canto.In the central zone of the park lies a sports centre that offers free aerobics, aerobox, football and other sport classes every Saturday morning, as well as a 2000 square metre skatepark, considered one of the best in the city. Between the skate park and Estacion Mapocho lies a 4000 square metre pool and a flea market, known in Chile as a "persa".The western part of the park includes the "Perrera Arte (“kennel art”) Experimental Art Centre", which, as its name suggests, is located in the premises of a former kennels. Here can also be found the "Memorial Puente Bulnes" (Bulnes Bridge Memorial), the "Muro de la Memoria" (Memory Wall) and the "Plaza Joan Alsina" (Juan Alsina Square), all of which commemorate the victims of the
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  • If you're in Santiago with small kids cooped up in an apartment or hotel, this is a great, low cost way to let them burn off some energy. It ain't the Royal Botanic Gardens; there are no stunning foun...  more »
  • great extension of land as many activities and recreation for children. children and large. courts multiplx com bike pass. artificial lagoon. football. and parking that is the best. This on the banks of the mapocho River to the North and of the city and behind the center of santiago
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  • worth knowing, if you have more time available in the city. Very nice and Woody, it's not the greatest, but for being easily accessible, can be worth a stroll. But if you like parks with more attractions, I suggest, for example the "Fifth Normal" where has several museums (especially the "Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humans" and the "Museum National d'Histoire naturelle" both excellent.
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  • Relaxing park along the Mapocho river, lots of shade, has a bike path. Nice for a picnic.
  • Good place to relax, the sorrounding area's aren't so safe
  • A nice place in Santiago. (Burglars be Ware)
  • Excellent views and it has a lot of terrace for walking, some guards don't get free your pet but it's a good place to share with family and children
  • A good place to spend time

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