Admire breath-taking architecture of two Chilean coastal towns
Discover the poetic charm and eclecticism of Pablo Neruda
Meander through the charming port of Valparaiso
From Santiago, take a scenic road trip along route 68, to Negra Island, a picturesque Pacific coastal resort, home of the house that the poet Pablo Neruda chose to spend the last years of his life. In it, the famous Nobel Prize in Literature winner accumulated a vast collection of masks, exotic sea shells and all kinds of marine accessories, as well as its rich library. In this striking House Museum, you will be able to appreciate the wonderful seascape that deeply captivated the poet and learn more about his incredible life and work.
Next, take a relaxing and beautiful trip, passing through the Casablanca valley until you arrive at your next destination - Valparaiso, the main port of Chile. Considered a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its unusual architecture and unfolding of alleys, passages and stairs that go up to the peaks of the hills. From here you can see a spectacular panoramic view of the bay that welcomed ships from all continents during the economic boom, which lead to the significant and historical richness of this ancient city.
When does it run?
Start time: 08:30, Finish time: 16:30
ATTRACTION_VENUE:Viña del Mar, Valparaiso and Isla Negra Full Day Private Tour, , Santiago de Chile, Chile,
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