Santiago Centro has several pedestrian promenades, which help the citizen confluence in the heart of the capital. In them an important and vertiginous commercial activity is developed, where it is possible to find great stores, national monuments, the famous Cafes with Legs and the typical sales cars of the traditional and desired Mote con Huesillos.

Among the main ones are the Paseo Ahumada, whose name comes from the Spanish family settled on this street in the 17th century. Parallel to Ahumada is the Paseo Estado, formerly known as Calle del Rey, a name that was modified after independence. Paseo Huérfanos is the road that crosses Ahumada and Estado, its existence also dates back to the colonial era. It had several names, including Calle de Moneda Real and finally Calle Huérfanos, for the orphanage installed there.

Finally and in the north of the Plaza de Armas, Paseo Puente stands out. Its name is due to the fact that it connected with the Cal y Canto Bridge, the most important and grandiose footbridge of the Mapocho River during the 18th century. There are many attributes of Santiago's pedestrian promenades, through which it is possible to carefully admire the city.

Almacruz Hotel and Convention Center is only 5 minutes from the main Pedestrian Walks of Santiago Centro.