Hotel Cirilo Armstrong

Escalera Cirilo Armstrong #12 Cerro Alegre, Valparaiso, 2340000, Chile
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Airport (SCL) to cruiseport in Valparaiso

by cozad

I'm looking for the best way to transfer between the Santiago airport and the cruiseport in Valparaiso. Cruiseship transfer service is not an option. I'm on a budget, so a taxi the whole way is not an option, either. Anyone with recent experience out there? From the postings, it seems that the option most often mentioned is to take a bus to Pajaritos, then transfer to another bus to Valparaiso, then take a cab to the cruiseport. Has anyone done this? What did it cost you (including the cab). How long did it take you? (I will be able to carry all my bags). Thanks in advance!

Re: Airport (SCL) to cruiseport in Valparaiso

by cgf

you'll cant get outside the airport and you'll find a lot of people offering services from airport to Valapariso/Viña del Mar (dos not matter where, it could be an hotel or cruiseport). I don't remember the cost (also I did not paid), I remember it's been worth as we were four, a van only for us and straight to the hotel.
Sure, you can take the bus tranfer (two buses) to go to Valparaiso... there are fews rips during the day.. no problems for your bags.

Re: Airport (SCL) to cruiseport in Valparaiso

by cozad

Thanks for responding. At least, I know there are options once I get to the airport.

Re: Airport (SCL) to cruiseport in Valparaiso

by brian872007

I recently went to Valparaiso for a cruise and really agonized over how to get there from the Santiago airport. DON'T WORRY, IT'S REAL EASY, even if you have lots of luggage, don't speak Spanish, and don't know where the #$@$ you're going.

1). Get off airplane in Santiago, get luggage, proceed to airport exit.

2). As you head toward the exit you will pass a little transportation kiosk (you can't miss it) where you will be greeted by a helpful person who will sell you a CentroPueto minivan ticket to Pujaritos (spelling?). They are used to tourists and speak english. Get a ticket for about 5 bucks. The vans are right out front of the terminal and are well marked. Chances are you will share a ride with other tourists. The driver will put your luggage in the back.

3). After about a 10 minute ride in the van, which should be just enough time for that French student passenger to give you attitude, you will arrive at the Pujaritos Metro station.

4). Walk (80 feet) through the little station to the bus platform on the other side. Go to the Tur-Bus window, buy a ticket, and get on the bus for Valparaiso. They leave often so you won't have much of a wait. DO NOT get on the Vina Del Mar bus, get on the Valparaiso bus. The professional attendant will safely put your luggage into the bus storage compartment on the side of the bus. They are very professional so don't worry. This isn't Greyhound in the States where you have to step over that urine soaked wino to get on the bus. It isn't like that.

5). After a pleasant 2 hour bus ride, get off the bus, get your luggage, walk out of the bus station, grab one of the waiting taxis for the port. It should cost about 5 bucks. Valparaiso is small, so the port isn't that far away.

Total trip cost is about 20 bucks. TRUST ME, IT'S PAINLESS!! Don't pay $120 for a tax or the Cruise Line's rip-off transfer pricing.

Enjoy your trip !!!!

Travel Tips for Valparaíso

NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

by marsistanbul

WOW..It was the most memorable the new year celebration of my entire live..never forget..I was there...just amazing..I was there...
Angel tomato made all connection and I just been there..gracias Matty..
We went to Francisco"s friend house and the house has a great city view and we waited till 31.12.2007 12:00pm,and 01.01.2008 00.00.01am .. fire works show started over the port and Don Pedro Ruben opened a bottle of DOM PERIGNON champagne,and SALUD to 2008.. GOD bless you all..
Fire works continued 1/2 hour..
Meanwhile,I have a reservation for 31.12.2008:)
And party time...dance..wine..cola de mono...dance..wine...dance..cola de mono....

Market hall

by tini58de

On our walk from the bus terminal into town, we passed by a market hall. Since I LOVE markets, we did step inside and enjoyed both the architecture as well as the products being sold: lots of fresh fish, fruits, vegetables - a truly wonderful sight!

the vinyards

by globetrott

Chile is famous for its great wines and on the way from Santiago de Chile to Valparaiso you will pass by plenty of the vinyards along of the highways. At many of these vinyards you are able to taste the wine directely at the producers and take home some bottles, and tour-operators in Valparaiso and Santiago will offer such tours to these vinyards.
Read more about it on my web-link below !

Plaza Soto Mayor

by ezaguryk

It was the greater civic center of the city until 1980, where their centers went moving of place. In the center of the Plaza you will find crystals in the floor, there is the Museum the Sitio.

Fue el centro cívico mayor de la cuidad hasta 1980, donde sus centros se fueron desplazando de lugar. En centro veras unos cristales en el piso, allí se encuentra el Museo el Sitio

The populated hills

by Aquamantos

It's very impressive to see the houses on the hills, lot of them seems to be hanging on a thread.... and after a few minutes you wonder "How this people get to their houses?"...
There are lots of poor areas where it's better to not go (dangerous). Better to see them froma distance if you can.
I took this pic from Playa Ancha's Hill.

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