#Santiago2023BucketList | Bike paths to the National Stadium!

Learn how to ride a bike through the streets of Santiago in the Metropolitan Region.

The Pan American and Parapan American Games will be carried out between October 20th and November 26th, 2023, an ideal period to get to know Santiago in a fun and ecological way through a tour or on your own.

This is why we want to encourage and recommend you to use the bike paths that the capital has so that you can travel by bike in a comfortable way.
Here are some more details to help you move quickly and efficiently during the Games.

Which bike path is best for me to get to Parque Estadio Nacional?

The Parque Estadio Nacional will be one of the venues that will host hundreds of athletes and disciplines in the Pan American and Parapan American Games. To get there by bike, there are the following bike paths:

  • Santiago - Marathon: by street with separators bordering the Marathon alley between Grecia, where it connects with the República de Israel and Escuela Agrícola bike paths.
  • Bike path Dublé Almeyda between Irarrázaval and Vespucio.
  • Bike path Simón Bolívar between Antonio Varas and Vespucio (Simón Bolivar Metro station).
  • Santiago - Ignacio Carrera Pinto.
  • Two-way bike path of 1.1 km between Grecia and the Rodrigo de Araya traffic circle along Ignacio Carrera Pinto. It runs along the central alley with demarcated lanes for each direction with separators for cars.
  • Bike path Santiago - Vicuña Mackenna: along Vicuña Mackenna between Av. Matta and the district limit (past Metro Ñuble).
  • Bike path Providencia Sur: along Andrés Bello from Parque Uruguay, sharing the sidewalk with pedestrians until it reaches Puente Arzobispo where it crosses to the other side of the Mapocho to continue along Santa María to Pío Nono. Then, the bike lane continues north through the park and south along the other side of Providencia del Mapocho.

For more information about the bicycle paths that are available in the Metropolitan Region we invite you to CLICK HERE.

Where can I rent a bike?

In Santiago there are different places where you can rent bikes, among them are Bike Itaú, Bici Boss, Mobike, La Bicicleta Verde, Huaso Tours & Bike Rental, Grado Sur.

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