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Baquedano Street

Centro de Iquique, Iquique, Chile
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Lovely stroll through the city

Charming, tree-lined wooden streets, lovely to stroll through and check out the shops and... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2017
Diana T
Madrid, Spain
Good for a stroll

The main thoroughfare in Iquique. It's a nice place to go for stroll. it's at the best in the... read more

Reviewed 25 May 2017
Robert C
Dublin, Ireland
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Centro de Iquique, Iquique, Chile
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

Charming, tree-lined wooden streets, lovely to stroll through and check out the shops and historical relics along the way. Many benches to sit down on and take a break, with lots of buzz and commercial activity.

Thank Diana T
Reviewed 25 May 2017

The main thoroughfare in Iquique. It's a nice place to go for stroll. it's at the best in the evening when places are open, there is live music and just a good atmosphere surrounding the street. The restaurants are a bit pricey so if you...More

Thank Robert C
Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

To get from/to Plaza Prat to the beautiful citybeach Playa Cavancha you can stroll through this nice street. Nice and storytelling buildings along the street. In the evening a good place to have a drink in one of the few bars/restaurants. Nice environment.

Thank Raephels
Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

We have on our two visits to Iquique used Baquedano as our primary grid line, as it were, as we walk about the city. It make a great reference point from one side of the Malaecon to the central area. There are a number of...More

Thank Jnanayog
Reviewed 10 November 2016

Free, nice and relaxing place, patrimonially protected and beautiful, all the houses and architecture shows an example of the care about pieces of history that represented the society centuries ago. Many restaurants for the visitors waiting for a nice afternoon.

Thank Kristjan97
Reviewed 7 July 2016 via mobile

It's hard to rate this street. The end near the main square is definitely very good with several nice restaurants and pathways complete etc. The other end near the beach and the middle section is just a long footpath construction zone and lots of closed...More

Thank Alek C
Reviewed 13 June 2016

On this street there are many museums, restaurants, and finally the main plaza at the north end. On a Saturday night in June I was lucky enough to watch the regional cueca competition in the plaza and the same night see a parade of indigenous...More

Thank Isabella D
Reviewed 1 June 2016

Street built utilizing traditional British Colonial architecture, very high ceilings (for temperature control), some structures with double roofs, creating breezeways used as patios as well as hanging laundry to dry, many of these structures well over 120 years old - originally a street, has been...More

Thank Lucas J
Reviewed 7 March 2016

we went on a trip to the northern Chile,and we were amazed by the beauty of this city and its Baquedano Street. Shai and David

Thank shainaftali
Reviewed 10 February 2016

this is a nice neighborhood to walk around, there are pleasant vendors, restaurants, quaint building fronts. Downtown, easy access and a relatively clean area

Thank LeaDaluz
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