Cerro Santa Lucía
Qualified English teachers may find work at this language school. There's also a library with some English-language newspapers and...
Centro Gabriela Mistral
This striking cultural center – named for Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral, the first Latin American woman to win the Nobel Prize in...
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Lonely Planet review
Rising out of the eastern side of the Centro is Cerro Santa Lucía. It was a rocky hill until 19th-century city mayor Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna had it transformed into a beautifully landscaped park where the grassy verges are still a favorite with canoodling local couples. A web of trails and steep stone stairs leads you up through terraces to the Torre Mirador at the top. Charles Darwin proclaimed the view from here 'certainly most striking' in 1833 – it's still well worth the climb.