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Bike Tour through old Santiago de Chile

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  • Day Trip
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  • 3 hr

Get ready to live the experience of knowing old Santiago de Chile on a bike! Some of the relevant landmarks we’ll encounter along the route are Parque Forestal, Fuente Alemana, GAM Cultural Center, the fine arts museum, Central Market, Mapocho former train station, Parque de Los Reyes, Santiago Poniente, Santiago’s historic old quarter with its characteristic and picturesque barrios and well preserved 19th century architecture. Among these, Barrio Yungay, the outdoor cafes in Plaza Brasil, the charming curved streets at Concha y Toro, and Lucrecia Valdés, Adriana Cousiño and Hurtado Rodríguez alleyways.

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Parque Balmaceda

We will meet at Café Literario of Parque Balmaceda where the bike and culture tour starts.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Parque Forestal

Relevant landmark

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A fountain with a great history in Santiago

Pass By: Centro Cultural Gabriela Mistral GAM

Point of interest in Santiago

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Beautiful and iconic museum in Santiago

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The most traditional market in Chile

Pass By: Parque de Los Reyes

Mapocho former train station and then Parque de Los Reyes

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Santiago Poniente, Santiago’s historic old quarter with its characteristic and picturesque barrios and well preserved 19th-century architecture.

Pass By: Barrio Yungay (Yungay Town)

It is a traditional residential neighborhood, showing its own characteristics against the advance of modernity that other neighborhoods of the city show.

Pass By: Plaza Brasil

The outdoor cafes in Plaza Brasil

Pass By: Barrio Concha y Toro

The charming curved streets at Concha y Toro and Lucrecia Valdés, Adriana Cousiño and Hurtado Rodríguez alleyways.

Pass By: Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos

The tour ends at Museo de la Memoria, connected to Metro Quinta Normal on Line 5. You can choose going back to your hotel or continue exploring the area.