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Usually only visited for the day, why not spend more time discovering the UNESCO historic town of Valparaiso. It offers charming colonial architecture and a bohemian and artistic vibe.
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One night accommodation, meals as indicated, services of a local English speaking guide and private vehicle transportation.
Visit the home of Chile's Nobel Prize-winning poet, Pablo Neruda and take in the views of the town as you take the funicular down through the labyrinthine hills; sample the flavours of Chile and visit a local bakery for delicious empanadas, and enjoy the vibrant, colourful murals as you explore the streets of the UNESCO historic town.
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The stacked hills of Valparaiso
Visit an artisan workshop
Stay in a boutique hotel
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Travel to the city of Valparaiso. Enjoy a walking tour to explore the hills of Valparaiso. The city is a historic port and university town, famous for its labyrinth of hills, which are covered in quaint, colourful old houses and accessible only by a steep climb or by the city’s unique system of funicular railways. Stop at a local bakery to taste traditional Chilean empanadas. Spend the night at one of the various boutique hotels located in the stunning hills of Valparaiso.
Today continue exploring the city. Visit Plaza de la Victoria, the famous Turri Clock and the Naval Academy. A highlight of this tour is visiting the home of Chile’s Nobel Prizewinning poet, Pablo Neruda. Visit a local artisan workshop before taking the funicular down. Drive up the coast to Vina del Mar, a sophisticated beachside resort town. Return to Santiago in the late afternoon. (B)
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