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Tuesday 16th November Arrived in Valparaiso, which is about an hour from Santiago, early in the morning around 5am. Most people got off at the station a few miles from Val at the nearby beach resort, we were the only ones left on the bus. We had to get ...
Valparaiso is one of the major port cities in Chile and a large part of the city is a UNESCO world heritage site. The city centre stretches along the coast but the vast majority of the city's residential areas are spread over the numerous very steep hills ...
... when this is over, surviving only on tea herbs and ice shavings!!! This trip is my first time wandering out of Santiago and on to Valparaiso, which is where Isla Negra is located. Isla Negra, by the way, is not an island. On the way to Isla Negra, I ...
... tasty and cheap ($4 for a pretty good bottle), so we made up several months of tea totaling in a few days. I enjoyed Valparaiso, but I think that was more of a function of the walking tour with our knowledgeable guide and the really nice and genuine ...
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Plaza Aduana, Valparaiso, Chile
This hillside tram is over 100 years old and is now a national monument. Tourists can still ride the lift today and take in breathtaking panoramic views of downtown and the ocean.
Ferrari 692, Valparaiso, Chile
This four-story home, offering 360 degree views of the city, is highlighted by "the jar of smoke," a round, post-modern fireplace designed by Neruda himself.
The amazing eastern views provided by this magnificent hilltop are some of the best in the country.
Cerro Alegre, Valparaiso, Chile
This turn-of-the-century palace pays homage to the city's 16th century roots and currently houses the Fine Arts Museum.