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TANDEM Santiago - Valparaiso - Pablo Neruda house

Highlights:

Picturesque Port, UNESCO Worlds cultural Heritage, Harbour Boat trip, La Sebastiana Pablo Neruda House, Ancient elevators from around 1890

Description:

We will take the Ruta 68 passing the famous wine valleys of Curacavi und Casablanca. In Valparaíso, this important and picturesque Chilean Port we will first visit the House of the poet Pablo Neruda called La Sebastiana. The famous Chilean Nobel Prize Winner had three houses, which all are converted to museums.  Afterwards we stroll through the characteristic and or Chile absolutely untypical narrow streets and terraces with viewing points from which we have fabulous views to the harbour and over the city. Each of the hills on which the city is constructed has an elevator or funicular dating from the beginning of the end of the 19th century and still in use, which connects the plain with the upper levels. These elevators were declared world heritage even before the city was. After lunch we will make a boat trip through the harbour.

Price approx. US$ 80
Included Transport, Guide,
Not included Admission museum and Boat trip $3500, Lunch,
Not to forget Sun protection, comfortable walking shoes
Pittoresque Port - patrimoine culturel mondial de l’UNESCO - circuit du port - La Sebastiana (maison de Pablo Neruda) - ascenseur de 1890. Afterwards we stroll through the characteristic and for Chile absolutely untypical narrow streets and terraces with viewing points from which we have fabulous views to the harbour and over the city. Excursion to Valparaiso In Valparaiso, we use the elevators of 1890 which are still in use.

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