The park is designed for visitors. The green spaces decorate, among other things, a Byzantine and Moorish pavilion, both from the inaugural year of 1872. China donated a fountain to the park on the centennial of independence.
In addition, the Exhibition Park houses a Japanese garden and a botanical garden. It is a pleasure to walk through the beautiful gardens and on the bridges over the artificial lakes and streams and to absorb the wealth offered. Maybe you will be seduced by a boat trip under ducks and swans in the lake. For children, entertainment is offered on playgrounds.
On weekends there are markets where visitors can visit and buy products from the Andes. On the grounds of the Exhibition Park there is an amphitheater with capacity for 4500 people. There are regular concerts and other cultural events.