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Cerro Santa Lucia is one of the most visited public parks by national and foreign tourists, being one of the most recognizable icons of the capital and the country. It is a silent witness of the development that the city of Santiago has had since the arrival of the Spanish conquerors in the Mapocho Valley, on December 13, 1540.
Called Huelén by the natives of the zone, it was in their skirts where the conqueror Pedro de Valdivia established his camp before founding Santiago de la Nueva Extremadura.
Cerro Santa Lucía changed its wild appearance in 1872, thanks to the mayor of Santiago Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna, who turned it into an attractive walk.
In addition to varied tree species, ornamentation of European origin and relics of the Chilean colonial past, Cerro Santa Lucia highlights attractive spaces, such as Castillo Hidalgo, and the Neptuno and Caupolicán terraces.
Free bilingual tours are held on Sundays and Mondays at 10:00 a.m.