Parking/s in Metropolitan Park - Santiago

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Open 24h
Mobile phone coverage
CCTV
Disabled access
VIA T available at entry and exit
Free space identification system
Electric vehicle charging bays
Spaces for motorbikes
Car wash service
Ecosaba area
Vending machine
Carsharing
Tyre inflation
No max headroom
Special opening hours
Payment at exit
Car hire service available
Electric bicing
Spaces for bicycles
Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Credit cards are accepted
3G/4G
Via Verde system available at entry and exit
Telepass available at entry and exit
Autopase available at entry and exit

The Metropolitan Park is an urban park located in the northern area of Santiago de Chile. This green space in the middle of the Chilean metropolis consists of the San Cristóbal, Chacarillas and Los Gemelos hills, which are the mountains that make up what is called Chile’s “green lung”. With its 1,785 hectares, the Metropolitan Park of Santiago is the most extensive park in Latin America and the fourth largest around the world. This location also has several tourist attractions and points of great historical interest that make the park one of the most frequently visited places in the city. In the area you will find two outdoor swimming pools, open to visitors from November to March, as well as the National Zoo of Chile and several gardens, the most remarkable of which are the Japanese Garden and the Botanical Garden. Getting lost among the dozens of species that can be found within the Japanese Garden in the Metropolitan Park is the perfect way to connect with nature and learn about oriental culture without having to leave Santiago. It was built by the architect Tadashi Asahi in 1978 and occupies about 3,600 m2. Among the variety of plants that grow in this garden, you will find azaleas, lotus flowers and cherry trees. The National Zoo of Chile is another one of the city’s greatest attractions and is located at the foothills of the park. About 1,000 animals live in the Santiago zoo. If you come to see them, we recommend visiting the big cats, which include a Bengal tiger, a white tiger and a jaguar. To get around the area, the most convenient way is to travel on foot. However, the park has a funicular service and a cable car that go up the Cerro San Cristóbal hill. If you have your own vehicle and you want to park it close to the urban park, we recommend using one of the Saba car parks located on site. These public car parks are open 24 hours a day and can be found near the city’s main tourist attractions.

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Every year, millions of tourists travel to this city to enjoy its local cuisine, parks and cultural activities. Because it is the capital of the country and receives such a large influx of tourists, Santiago de Chile has an international airport and an impressive public transport network that connects the city with the rest of the country. To get around the metropolitan area - which is called Greater Santiago by some - you can use the underground or go by car to travel long distances and visit the city’s surrounding areas.

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Santiago de Chile is a large city whose historical centre is home to several of its most important monuments. Here you will find the Paseo Barrio Lastarria, a rustic neighbourhood that captures the true essence of the city. Also in the old town is the Metropolitan Park of Santiago, the municipal theatre and the Plaza de las Armas square. Is you visit the area, we recommend using one of the Saba car parks, which are always located close to Chile’s main tourist attractions.