Hotel Manoir Atkinson

Paseo Atkinson 165, Cerro Concepción, Valparaiso, Chile
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Share transfer from Santiago to Valpo cruise port on Feb 1

by jauntyjeanne

We are coming into Santiago from the mountains on Feb 1, morning, and would like to share a mini van transfer to the cruise ship in Valpo. There are 2 of us. If 4 people share, it's $50 or less per person. Thanks! (our cruise is Valpo to BA, on RCCL Radiance)

Re: Share transfer from Santiago to Valpo cruise port on Feb 1

by Donna_in_India

Hi - post your question on the Roll Calls section (under boards) for your cruise on You may find someone interested there. Happy Cruising!

Re: Share transfer from Santiago to Valpo cruise port on Feb 1

by planes

I think that US$200 for 4 persons it is a bit too much. It should be around US$150-160 for a van for 4 persons.

Good Luck

Re: Share transfer from Santiago to Valpo cruise port on Feb 1

by acilia

We have exactly the same problem and would like to share a transfer from the ship Radiance of the Seas to Santiago city to Hotel Ciudad de Vitoria on 26 April 2009. We would also like not to leave too early around 14h00 as we would love to have a quick look around the Vaparaiso market in the morning as it is apparently near the harbour and so interesting. Let me know what you think?

Travel Tips for Valparaíso

Hanging out with friends

by Aquamantos

I visited Valparaiso with my VT friend Omar (omar_samra), we both wanted to walk around the hills here. We were told that it was a bit dangerous in Valparaiso, because of the robs and assaults, but together we felt a little bit safer :o) It's great to discover new places with our friends, so you have someone to talk and discuss what you see with.
We had a good time here, what a great city!!!!.

Chilean wines part II

by marsistanbul

Most vineyards date from Columbus's second voyage to South America,when vine production and its use was more of a religious necessity than a form of cultural enjoyment.The first vineyards were planted in Mexico,and soon later,whole areas of land were set aside for wine production in Peru,and latterly in Chile.After reaching Santiago,Chile's capital,the vineyards "crossed"the Andes and were established in the Mendoza region of Argentina.The first grapes were called criolla or pais.It was not until the late 19th century that the viniculture industry was developed for foreign markets.
The first vines were planted near Santiago.Chile in the mid-sixteenth century,where today most vineyards can still be found.Chile's light and fertile soils make for ideal wine growing conditions and in addition,the vineyards are sheltered by the natural barriers of the Atacama desert.Patagonia,The Pasific Ocean and the Andes.They have defented Chilean vineyards from the pets and plagues that devastated many an European vineyards,such as the dreaded Phylioxera disease.By the mid-19th century,European grapes varieties were being planted,athough most wine production was still destined for home markets.By the mid-20th century a different story emerges.Spanish and French viticulturist began to exploit the excellent natural conditions of the area;vineyards were modernised and the best wines exported.Today,the most famous Chilean wines are made from grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot,Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.

La Sebastiana, one of the...

by travelmad478

La Sebastiana, one of the residences of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, is located at Pasaje Collado 1, in the hills above the sea. Restored several years ago, this house is absolutely fascinating. It's a wild design, all vistas and staircases, and filled with the art and furnishings that Neruda lived with. I highly recommend a visit.

Cómo llegar: el pasaje aéreo,...

by fga

Cómo llegar: el pasaje aéreo, de ida y vuelta, de Buenos Aires a Santiago
cuesta alrededor de 280 dólares.

Transporte terrestre: el pasaje en ómnibus desde el aeropuerto hasta Viña
del mar cuesta 4,42 dólares. El litro de nafta cuesta 0,60 dólar. En la
ruta 68, el peaje hasta Viña cuesta 3,53 dólares los días hábiles y 5,48
dólares los feriados y fines de semana.
Alquiler de auto: en el aeropuerto Arturo Merino Benitez hay agencias
Avis, RentaCar, Bert y Alamo, entre otras. En Hertz, el auto más económico
cuesta 38,76 dólares diarios.

lots of " Ascensores " / Funiculars

by globetrott

It is fascinating to see so plenty of these ancient Ascensores (Funiculars) all over the city of Valparaiso. They recently became a UNESCO-World-heritage and they are a cheap and easy way to get uphill and enjoy the lovely panorama-view.
The price for each direction is mostly just 100 local$, so that is about 20 Euro-cents or a quater-Dollar in US$. The only reason why I did not take any of them was that I did not have a lot of time and was not able to ask, how often the funiculars will go up and down and I did not want to miss my ship.


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Address: Paseo Atkinson 165, Cerro Concepción, Valparaiso, Chile