Audio tour

Audio tourLa Chimba

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  1. Sommario Auditour
  2. Sommario Auditour

    Welcome to the audioguide for the Circuit of La Chimba.

    La Chimba neighborhood owes its name to the Quechua word "Chimba" which means "the other side”. That’s how the lands from the other side of the Mapocho river and the Calicanto Bridge used to be called. This bridge was vital to speed up the movement of people and goods into the city. 

    Over time fruits, vegetables and meat stands settled in this historic neighborhood and it became the gateway for the farmers from the north to arrive in Santiago. For this reason, the creation of traditions and popular characters flourished in these streets.

    It was the area where the devotion of the people for Francisco García Acosta, also known as Fray Andresito, developed under the influence of religious orders such as the Franciscans, the Dominicans and the Carmelites.

    This audio guide offers information, while ensuring that the route remains accessible, safe and pleasant.

    Although there’s a great amount of information relating to each site, we trust that each bit of data included in this audio guide is of interest to you. For additional information, consult the guides or visit our website.

    For your convenience, we recommend you to attend the visit with a companion.

    Thanks for using this tool. We invite you to send us any information or comments to our email.

    Your participation will allow us to improve this service.

  3. 1 Bridge of Trams
  4. 2 Central Market
  5. 3 La Piojera
  6. 4 Mapocho Station
  7. 5 Old Institute of Hygiene
  8. 6 Carmelite Church
  9. 7 Arbors
  10. 8 Tirso de Molina Market
  11. 9 La Vega Chica
  12. 10 Vega Central
  13. 11 Franciscan Recoleta Church
  1. Sommario Auditour

    Welcome to the audioguide for the Circuit of La Chimba.

    La Chimba neighborhood owes its name to the Quechua word "Chimba" which means "the other side”. That’s how the lands from the other side of the Mapocho river and the Calicanto Bridge used to be called. This bridge was vital to speed up the movement of people and goods into the city. 

    Over time fruits, vegetables and meat stands settled in this historic neighborhood and it became the gateway for the farmers from the north to arrive in Santiago. For this reason, the creation of traditions and popular characters flourished in these streets.

    It was the area where the devotion of the people for Francisco García Acosta, also known as Fray Andresito, developed under the influence of religious orders such as the Franciscans, the Dominicans and the Carmelites.

    This audio guide offers information, while ensuring that the route remains accessible, safe and pleasant.

    Although there’s a great amount of information relating to each site, we trust that each bit of data included in this audio guide is of interest to you. For additional information, consult the guides or visit our website.

    For your convenience, we recommend you to attend the visit with a companion.

    Thanks for using this tool. We invite you to send us any information or comments to our email.

    Your participation will allow us to improve this service.

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