Los Héroes metro station

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Santiago Metro logo.png Los Héroes
Santiago Metro station
Estación Los Héroes - andén L2.jpg
Location Alameda / Autopista Central Freeway
Coordinates 33°26′46.21″S 70°39′37.59″W / 33.4461694°S 70.6604417°W / -33.4461694; -70.6604417Coordinates: 33°26′46.21″S 70°39′37.59″W / 33.4461694°S 70.6604417°W / -33.4461694; -70.6604417
Line(s) Santiago de Chile L1.svg Line 1
Santiago de Chile L2.svg Line 2
Platforms 2 side platforms for each line
Tracks 2 per line
Connections Transantiago buses
Disabled access Yes
Opened September 15, 1975 (Line 1)
March 31, 1978 (Line 2)[1]
Preceding station   Santiago Metro   Following station
toward San Pablo
Line 1
Line 2
toward La Cisterna

Los Héroes is a transfer station between the Line 1 and Line 2 of the Santiago Metro. It located at the intersection of Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins and the Norte-Sur branch of the Autopista Central, which is considered the kilometre zero of Chile.

The station is named after the nearby monument built in honor of the heroes of the Battle of La Concepción.


  1. ^ "Historia de Metro" [Metro History]. Metro de Santiago.