Visitors to cities can get citied out. After a few days of churches and museums, you take a look around and see that hey, there's all this green space in Santiago, many places to walk and parks to visit, and even some hikes nearby. You just need to remember to slather on the sunscreen in summer (Dec-April), and bundle up for winter (June-August), and consider an umbrella in overcast winter as well, and you're good to go to enjoy some outdoor time in Santiago. Walking tours, bicycling, and green spaces abound in Santiago, and there's even a beautiful cemetery you could wile away a day in in the city, so all is not lost if you're looking for something outdoorsy to do. There's also rafting and guided hiking nearby, if that's more your style.
From Pio Nono down to Mercado Central, along the river
The city's most-used park and thoroughfare for connecting Plaza Italia with the northern part of downtown... read more
Avenida Francisco Bilbao 7865
Large, peaceful park that joins several outlying comunas in Santiago... read more
Avenida Bernardo O'Higgins 499
Avenida Recoleta, Recoleta, Santiago, Chile