This square is one of the busiest in Santiago, as it unites the new part of the city to the old historic center, a link between two worlds and the true epicenter of town. The Plaza del Toral is specially appealing in summer when the weather is good; expect cultural activities, outdoor concerts, short films, clown acts... aimed at all types of audiences. It's an ideal place to stroll at midday or in the evening and be inspired, as it definitely has a special energy matched only by the beauty of the surroundings. Don't miss the Palace of the Marquis of Bendaña, dating from the eighteenth century and known for a statue of Atlas with his globe on top of the façade.
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