Bellas Artes metro station (Santiago)
Bellas Artes is an underground metro station on the Line 5 of the Santiago Metro. It has platforms narrower than those of the older Santiago's metro stations and has only one exit. Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts, which is located on Parque Forestal, and Santa Lucía Hill are within walking distance from the station. The station was opened on 3 March 2000 as part of the extension of the line was extended from Baquedano to Santa Ana.
|Santiago Metro station|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||March 2, 2000 |
The name Bellas Artes is Spanish for Fine Arts, an allusion to the aforementioned museum.
The station is surrounded by 4 bus stops (Stops 3 and 5 do not exist):
|Bus Stop/ Code||Routes|
|Stop 1 / Miraflores - Merced (PA334)||504 (Hosp. Dipreca) - 505 (Peñalolén) - 508 (Av. Las Torres) - 517 (Peñalolén) - B02n (Plaza Italia)|
|Stop 2 / Metro Bellas Artes (PA395)||502c (Cerro Navia) - 504 (El Tranque) - 505 (Cerro Navia) - 508 (Av. Mapocho)|
|Stop 4 / Metro Bellas Artes (PA259)||307 (Lo Marcoleta) - 314 (Lo Marcoleta) - 314e (Lo Marcoleta) - 517 (J.J. Pérez) - B27 (Metro Vespucio Norte)|
|Stop 6 / Metro Bellas Artes (PA587)||116 (Huechuraba) - 214 (El Cortijo)|
|Miraflores esq. / Merced (PA44)||
303 (Quilicura) - 514 (Enea) - 515n (Route end) - 515n (San Luis de Macul)
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