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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  • A place that is very close to the Centre of Santiago and is perfect for sports and disconnect for a while from the daily routine. This Park counts with areas for children, places to make sport freely, a museum which is unfortunately closed and a Persian small where they sell different products. Preferred Toatalmente.
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  • Excellent choice for sports such as running or riding a bike, also for walking pets. Even the more kids can have fun playing soccer or doing acrobatics in the skate park near the Av Cumming.
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  • It is a nice Park for walking, calm, but above all, highlights the possibility that exists for the sport. There are silos in which you can practice climbing, free.
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  • Un lugar natural, pero no seguro de noche... And natural park, but not safe at night...
  • Beautiful new Park, with lagoon, walkways and benches. Great for a stroll or picnic.
  • People need to be more clean, the park is actually not that bad, but the fact that people don't take their trash, made me not want to come back
  • It's not a touristic park, it's like the second part of Parque forestal
  • Excellent for jogging, riding a bike or just lay down on the grass

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