Parque Fluvial Padre Renato Poblete, Santiago

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State Park
Parque Fluvial Padre Renato Poblete is a public park located in the commune of Quinta Normal in Santiago, Chile. It is part of the "Santiago integrated park system" that also included Parque Forestal and Parque de Los Reyes.The park was inaugurated on January 21, 2015 and is the first of its kind in the country. As part of the "Santiago integrated park system", located west of Parque de Los Reyes on the south bank of the Mapocho River, and it will be connected with the future "Parque Centenario de Quinta Normal" by the "Cicloparque Mapocho 42K", a 42 kilometre cycle path and park that, when finished, will run along the Mapocho River.The park is named after the Jesuit priest Father Renato Poblete, known for his efforts in the reconciliation process after the end of the Chilean dictatorship and the transition to democracy.The parkThe park’s 20 hectares are divided into two sections. "Parque Brazo del Rio" (“River Branch Park”), with a surface area of 13 hectares, features a lagoon of calm water following the path of Mapocho River that will allow non-motorized water activities once opened. The second section, “Paseo en El Cauce” (The Canal Walk), has a surface area of 7 hectares and includes three reservoirs, playgrounds and grassy areas.
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  • Good Park, well-kept, clean, tidy. Still missing shadow because the trees are small and perhaps missing some more. It would be good to have places for a coffee or buy something to drink.
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  • I didn't much like the truth, is quiet and cute, but average fome, walk through the "lagoon" that there goes 5000 pesos and water is really disgusting... I didn't buy because even bad smell, the ads said that, clearly it would not be drinking, but would be clean and not so. Outside the enclosure you can leave the car but there is a man who "cares" and that almost forces you to pay. Them posts of sweets that there are expensive (taking in has the sector where this located) it would recommend for a day of picnic in where not can exit is santiago and that is the only option, carry a quilt and an overflowing with meal my experience was... give a turned, know it and remove me.
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  • Park totally recommended to go with children, couple or family. Has a lagoon that fits perfect with the landscape and will generate very beautiful postcards. I was a Saturday lunch and was fairly empty and quiet, ideal for a picnic or sit to read a book. Then about 4 already begins to reach more people. It only bad, is that to the be a park relatively new, the trees still are very small by what there is little shadow.
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