Cerro San Cristóbal
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Large park hiking trails also has panoramic views of the city and a cable car!
This hill-park offers a beautiful view over Santiago. Good for daytime and sunset.
Amazing park you can walk through on a hill. In it there is a Zoo, a huge Pool. and many things to do and places to eat at. Google it for more info ;) a must do.
Good place to walk to the top. You can use the cable car though or hail a taxi at the very entrance to the top. As it is big and has many trails try to stick to the main road.
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