El Parque Forestal "Rubén Darío" es un parque urbano tradicional de la comuna y ciudad de Santiago, la capital de Chile. Está ubicado en el sector norte del Barrio Lastarria. Aquí se realizan actividades culturales y recreativas, siendo uno de los principales puntos referenciales de la ciudad. En su punto medio está el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes y una sede del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo. Fue nombrado así por su parecido a un bosque.
Tiene cerca de un kilómetro de extensión sin cierre perimetral y cuenta con 171 910 metros cuadrados alineados entre las avenidas Cardenal José María Caro al norte, Vicuña Mackenna al este, Ismael Valdés Vergara al sur y La Paz al oeste. Integra la red de parques de la ribera sur del río Mapocho, y limita con el Cicloparque Mapocho 42K al norte, con la Plaza Baquedano al este y con el Parque de Los Reyes al oeste. Estará paralelo al Paseo fluvial Río Mapocho.
Kevin Henriquez | feb. 25, 2018
The park is really big and with lots of green areas where you can sit and have a picnic or take your pet. Also there’s a little park for kids. On the weekends you can buy ice cream or maybe you can catch people playing music. A great place to spend a sunny day.
L Putts | feb. 6, 2018
Had the pleasure of being at an event in the park. It's well maintained and looked after. Provides shade for little ones and I suppose you could have lunch from picnic! One side of the park has a great play area too.
Trish Digliodo | ene. 9, 2018
What a fabulous park! Very well maintained - people clean and water the grass everyday! Always see people enjoying the parking and its beauty. Great place to enjoy a gelato!
J. Alejandro Zepeda Cortés | feb. 10, 2018
The park is specially friendly and delightful in daylight hours. However, every first Friday of month you can have an special evening in the front of Museo de Arte Contemporáneo where you can enjoy freely the performance of a lot circus people. These guys unleash the beauty of fire and circus performances, really enjoyable. It is unusually safe because these young people love what they do and care about the spectacle, a mixture of amateur and quite professional presentations. Enjoy!
Eduardo Troconis | ene. 14, 2018
It's one of the most important green areas within Santiago, having a rich variety of trees, some from overseas; you can find the beautiful Araucaria, which is an important specimen in Chile's flora. Even though, the city doesn't take a lot of care about people drinking alcohol or making other illegal activities, or throwing trash away. It's a pitty because it's a beautiful park.
John Edward Bankson | may. 5, 2018
A beautiful, tranquil tree-lined park along the Mapocho River... The only downside are the muggings, pickpockets, etc... Stay aware of your surroundings and you should be okay. Also check out the bike path that runs in the riverbed along water. This area also offer photographic opportunities, such as the famous Torre Telefónica, and the love-lock bridge (a foot bridge that crosses the Mapocho River.
sofia laliberte | may. 2, 2018
It is a park with a wide extension. It is nice to walk during the day, make a sport and make a picnic afternoon. Nearby is the wonderful ''Museo de Bellas Artes'' in addition to the cultural district. The park brings together diversity, art and music. Place moderately safe during the night.
Matthew Harris | may. 29, 2018
It's this place that I walk through to get to other places.
Helen Lowry | jul. 17, 2018
Lovely. Well maintained and clean. Great views for taking photos.
Andreas Guggenheim | jul. 2, 2018
Quiet place in middle of chaotic metropolitan Santiago, nice coffee shops, tube station
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