"Your tour starts in Santiago from which you will drive to to Vina del Mar and Valparaiso admiring the Chilean coastline and the Pacific Ocean. As you drive admire the Curacavi valley with a diversity of scenery and then reach the Casablanca valley. On the road you will stop at Millahue where you will have the chance to taste the typical Chilean drink chicha. Once you get to Valparaiso (major port and parliament city) you will admire the amazing and marvelous buried deep houses on the hills of Valparaiso and be surprised at this picturesque city. You'll take a sightseeing tour and see Victoria Square Sotomayor Square Naval heroes Monument
Valparaiso Like a Local: Private Walking Tour with Harbor Cruise Including Transport from Santiago
"After a 2.5-hour drive with your guide from Santiago enter Valparaiso through Avenida Argentina one of the city’s main avenues famous for its weekend market full of fruits and vegetables for sale.First stop at Plaza Sotomayor the main square where your guide will point out important buildings such as the Chilean Navy headquarters. From here take the El Peral elevator to the upper part of town where you will start your walking tour through the fascinating streets and alleyways.Stroll along Paseo Yugoslavo
Santiago Super Saver: 2-Day City Sightseeing plus Viña del Mar and Valparaiso
"Uncover the different sides of Chile on two fantastic tours: a city sightseeing tour of Santiago and a day trip to the sparkling seaside resort town of Viña del Mar and UNESCO World Heritage site Valparaiso. Experience the tour over two mornings. Please note that the tour requires a minimum of two people to operate. See Itinerary belo"""Save by booking two popular tours together: Hit the top attractions of Santiago on an introductory tour and explore two gems along Chile’s central coastline: Viña del Mar and Valparaiso a UNESCO World Heritage site. In Santiago stroll through Plaza de Armas admire neoclassical landmarks like the Metropolitan Cathedral and capture alluring city views from Cerro San Cristóbal. Stop by white-sand beaches in Viña del Mar
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