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Make sure not to miss this one - we had a few hours one morning before our flight and spent time at the Botanical Gardens. Peaceful and uncrowded - if you are looking for some time to seek solitude - this is the place! only...More
The Japanese Gardens are very beautiful and calm. When I went there there weren't many people which was better because it allowed me to enjoy the place calmly and better chances to take pictures.
There's one point in the lake that there are tubes getting...More
A wonderful relief to the somewhat ‘progressive noise of modern La Serena’... i.e. the area away from the Beach. While it is adjacent to a major highway, that I feel offers an inviting contrast to to what is and what could and sometimes IS in...More
Even if the location doesn’t look like to be the best when you get there you should give it a go because if the weather is nice you can definitely have a lovely pic nic and enjoy the sun is this relaxing place
This was bigger than I expected. I stopped in before walking to the lighthouse by the beach. It's very cheap to enter and there are fish pounds and ducks there too. Nice place to walk around for an hour or so.
I recommend visiting this place, is so peaceful and meaningful. The entrance was 1.5 dollars and totally worth it. If you like to take photos, there's a lot of great spots for outdoors pictures. They have many ducks walking freerly around the garden. Also they...More
The Japanese garden is a nice activity if you have a free hour and nothing else to do, but expect nothing extraordinary. The price is 1000 Chilean Pesos, which is okay. At the end, we felt a little underwhelmed as the details of the park...More