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Trasportation from Valparaiso to Santiago

by Incus

What is the cheapest and safest way to get to Valparaiso port to Santiago

Re: Trasportation from Valparaiso to Santiago

by TheWanderingCamel

Take the bus from the Terminal San Borja, near the Estacion Central (take the metro to Universidad de Santiago and follow the signs) to Valparaiso - it takes 1 hr 45 minutes, costs about $7 and buses go every 15 minutes or so. Several companies run the route, all offer the same service and fare. You can catch the metro to Pajaritos and pick the bus up there - it will save you about 30-40 minutes in Santiago traffic.

When you get to Valparaiso either take a cab to the port or walk to the metro station (about 5 minutes) and catch the train - I think it's 2 stops.

The metro in both Valparaiso and Santiago is clean, safe and efficient

Re: Trasportation from Valparaiso to Santiago

by Incus

Thanks that sounds very helpful. I presume it is the reverse route from Valparaiso port to Santiago. My wife and I are disembarking the ship at Valparaiso and want to get to Santiago for a night before flying back to Europe the next day.
Also you mentioned that the bus costs about 7 US dollars. Do they actually accept dollars in Chile or should I have the equivalent in Chilean pesos.

Re: Trasportation from Valparaiso to Santiago

by Huentetu

The Terminal San Borja is not at Universidad de Santiago metro station. That is either Terminal Alameda or Terminal Santiago. It is easier to catch a bus at Pajaritos metro station as said.
The bus is the cheapest but not the safest option, certainly not if you have a lot of luggage. The safest is a private transfer or a shared one with others going to the port for the same cruise.

Re: Trasportation from Valparaiso to Santiago

by rkearns

you should have pesos. if you have time, take a bus up to con con, just a little ride up the coast (1/2 hr?) they have restaurants with oysters, it's a small local beach town with no waves and a huge flat sandy beach, great for just relaxing. just the ride up is worth it. it's beautiful, especially the ride back at dusk.

Travel Tips for Valparaíso


by Aquamantos

My favourite thing....oh dear....everything!!!!!!!!!, it's very easy to fall in love with this city, BELIEVE ME!!!! :o) I was walking around with my VT friend omar_samra and my sister in law, and suddenly I saw this black dog....the picture looked so good to me!, black contrasting with the green and white of the house....


by marsistanbul

Ingredients:water,milk,vanilla,cloves,coffe and think that it is a baby drink:)JAJAJAJA...
keep in refrigerator and serve very cold.. other traditional Chilean drink..sweet,tasty..I had different typs of cola de mono..home made and ready for serve..
But,if you'll have toooooooooooo much,you'll understand that what is it the mean of "Cola de Mono."You'll dancing and acting look like a MONKEYYYYYYYYYYY:) and you'll try to catch your tail:) It is Cola de Mono...
Salud Don Pedro Ruben:)

Playa Las Docas

by kiwigal_1

Playa Las Docas is located 10 kilometers from Laguna Verde (located 15 kms south of Valparaiso). In total it would be about 150 kms from Santiago. The 10 km trip from Laguna Verde is on an unsealed windy road lined by pine trees. Apparently nearby there is a Hostel called Hosteria Las Docas.

It is a secluded beach. They say it is ok to go there and sun bathe but you shouldn't swim there due to dangerous rips.

Simply walking

by Aquamantos

The best way to discover this incredible city and it's charming and intriguing streets is simply'll get to places that seem to be hidden within the hills...great!!!!.
The place you see in this photo is the Yugoslavo's Stroll (Paseo Yugoslavo), where you'll find the Fine Arts Museum.

The city

by Aquamantos

Take a look of the city from any of the hills in Valparaiso.
I took this pic from Playa Ancha's Hill. It's incredible to see this big city from above, with all those buildings and houses covering the hills, plus the impressive port.


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