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This is one of the most unusual squares I've ever been in. As you come out of the subway the buildings around that corner of the square are 60's horrible and the feel is very menacing but as you walk into middle and see the...More
Plaza de Armas is a fun and on the go place. There are artists at work, magicians, people sitting, people walking, people preaching, all sorts of activity. It's beautifully set out with plenty of trees and gardens and surrounded by intricate buildings. A great place...More
It's a pretty great plaza. People are selling stuff..doing magic tricks...eating...hanging out...kids are playing in the fountain. We had a view from our hostal (from way up high), and that was the most fun...to watch the plaza change through out the day.
This is a really cool square with a sense of Santiago's past. The conquistadores built a Plaza de Armas as the central point in every city from where the streets would first emanate. Pedro de Valdivia, the Spanish Conquistador who founded Santiago in 1541 designed...More
The Plaza de Armas is a nice square with some lovely buildings around it. There are usually some street performers and artists around to entertain the crowds. It's nice to sit on a terrace in the sun and just watch people walk by. However, I...More
350 pesos to use the public toilets which are cleaner than you find in some hotels. Baby changing facilities etc etc.
Free walking tour (in English) starts here at 10am and 3am and should be one of the first things you do, as it brings...More