El Golf Neighborhood

An area that combines modern buildings with a pleasant residential neighborhood.

The Golf also includes various restaurants, shops, churches and green areas that make a walk very pleasant to explore and get to know this sector of Santiago Oriente.

A little history…

The neighborhood owes its name to the fact that the Los Leones Golf Club is located there, whose 18-hole course was inaugurated in 1937. At that time there were very few houses in this sector and it was where the highest socio-economic stratum lived. .

Its main avenue is Isidora Goyenechea in honor of the stepdaughter of the wealthy Matías Cousiño, and wife of Luis Cousiño. Its historical relevance is due to the fact that together with her husband-stepbrother she administered a true economic empire that included deposits of copper, silver, and coal, among which were Lota and Coronel.

What to do in the El Golf neighborhood?

Undoubtedly, going to one of Isidora Goyenechea's restaurants is a good plan, due to its great gastronomic offer. You can also visit Plaza Perú, where an interesting antiques fair-exhibition takes place every Sunday, while an organic market opens on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Other attractions are the Titanium Building, the second tallest in Santiago after the Costanera Center, and the Las Condes Audiovisual Interactive Museum, an entertaining experience where you can travel in space and time through audiovisual productions in 3D format.

You can tour this neighborhood by getting off at the Isidora Goyenechea stop of our Hop-On Hop-Off tourist bus or also leaving at the El Golf Station of the Santiago Metro (Line 1).

Schedules: Released

Entry: of free transit

Location: See reference here

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