It's totally worth a jaunt through this park, being in the heart of the central part of the town. Word.
About Cerro Santa Lucia
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My wife and I visited here on our last day in Santiago while waiting for our evening flight. The hike is easy to get to the top with plenty of gardens and walkways to see on the way up. It would be a great place...More
As many of my fellow travelers have said: charming place, stunning views, lots of lush greenery ... but I liked the most many interesting stories regarding history of this place as well as Chile. We were lucky that we came accompanied by professional guide who...More
Wonderful views of the city and Andes, with private tour of Santiago. Highly recommend Isaac during the morning tour, as he plans a secret surprise for this segment of the tour...
Part of the history written by the Spaniard conquistadores, nowadays open to the public, with nice views over the city and descriptions of different strategic spots. Do not miss the handycraft market close to the spring!
Right next to the city centre, this park offers some greenery and shade, a lot of levels with various views, a shrine, some old buildings, and some statues. It's a great place to relax after walking around town. Everything's in poor condition, especially the slippery...More
Beautiful park right in the city center. Be sure to explore the entire park - winding paths, a church, a castle, fountains, etc. Serene and quiet place to walk around or even read a book. This is one of my favorite parks I've ever been...More
But the rills along the path need repairing as the watering is wearing the paths away. The signage needs to be upgraded It would be a really nice place for a classy event or a cool cafe on the terrace
What a surprise it was to us when we learned about this lovely park on a hill right in the middle of the city. With plenty of lush vegetation, you can walk up the hill to get a nice view of the area, take a...More
Wear good walking shoes as Santa Lucia involves walking up many stairs and some winding paths. The view of Santiago at the top is worth the effort.