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We decided to walk from our hotel to this park on Sunday morning. They close some streets till like 2 pm, so people can bike ride, run, walk, and roller blade. We walked asking the street with everyone on the way to the park. Great...More
……..A real fascinating big well laid-out and immaculate-lii maintained wide open space on the edge of the Mapocho river and almost in the centre of the business district of Santiago de Chile, Entrance is free of charge and you can just wonder in at leisure...More
We enjoyed a walk through the sculpture park next to the river. There were lots of interesting thing going on including team building games and Korean dancing by fans of BTS. Easy to get to by metro line 1 Los Leones.
Lovely walk (though largely unsheltered from the sun) through the park. Great views of the sculptures themselves, the surrounding mountains, with the Costanera tower in the distance. Lots of monk parakeets in the trees.
Pleasantly surprised by how interesting this park was... Lots of contemporary sculptures within the park itself, as well as lining the bridges over the river at either end, the park is also full of unusual and beautiful trees. It attracts individuals, couples, families with kids...More
This place is right next to Mapocho river. It has a number of mostly modern and futuristic-looking sculptures. Worth 30 min visit if you are in the area, otherwise do not bother. I was not very impressed with the art objects.
Good place for a...More
It´s a nice place to relax, read a book, play with your dog or just walk and listen the relaxing sound of Mapocho river. There is a lot of sculptures along the way, and you can go walking easily from Pedro de Valdivia station to...More
This sculpture park is amazing and pleasurable. Each sculpture seems to posess it's own space within the park. The setting along the Río Mapocho lends itself to many of the sculptures. The hands of the sculptors abound in this Park.