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Short street of older homes

Take the Bernardo O'Higgins South exit in the Los Heroes subway. Street is a short walk away. Quiet... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2014
jump78
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Santiago, Chile
A finding for architecture lovers

For the tourists who like architecture and walking, as well as going off the beaten track, this is... read more

Reviewed 13 March 2012
Frenchilean
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Valparaiso, Chile
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26 Apr 2014
“Short street of older homes”
29 Nov 2013
“Trip advisor map points to wrong direction”
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Reviewed 26 April 2014

Take the Bernardo O'Higgins South exit in the Los Heroes subway. Street is a short walk away. Quiet area populated mainly by students as many buildings are run by universities. Nice for a short stroll to see the homes of a bygone era, but wouldn't...More

1  Thank jump78
Reviewed 29 November 2013 via mobile

I was trying to follow this map and it pointed me to a wrong direction. Please correct this trip advisor map!!!!!!! In any case, like someone said, THERE IS NOTHING here and the place is in the middle of a nasty place. It's big waste...More

Thank Hernan A
Reviewed 4 August 2012

Sincerely i don´t know how there are tourists that go to this street. It has nothing special. There are much more better places to go. DONT LOSE TIME IN THIS...BELIEVE ME.

Thank NFV86
Reviewed 13 March 2012

For the tourists who like architecture and walking, as well as going off the beaten track, this is a real find. Dozens of old mansions that once belonged to wealthy families can be seen in this street. And it is very quiet and tourist-free.

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