Only 120 kilometers (75 miles) from Santiago, there is a port declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Valparaiso is one of the most charming ports in South America, with natural beauty and a unique architecture.

Arriving at the Valparaíso City, along the highway 68, we go into the city through the Argentina Avenue up to Pedro Montt Avenue, highlighting the flea Market, National Congress, O'Higgins Square and Italia Square up to Francia Avenue.

Continue on Alemania Avenue up to La Plazuela San Luis, or better known as "Las siete esquinas" where the walking tour begins. We will go down through Templeman St. to Abtao St. and then we will take a walk around Atkinson Promenade, highlighting the Concepción Hill recognized as UNESCO heritage.

Then we will descend through the Concepcion elevator, inaugurated on September 1st, 1883, continuing to Sotomayor square, flanked by buildings declared Historical Heritage, in front of the Prat pier.

The bus will be waiting for us at Sotomayor square, to continue towards to Viña del Mar City, known as City of the Gardens.

We will pass by the famous clock of flowers of the city, following by the coastal edge to take San martin Avenue until the roundabout of Av, Benidorm with Jorge Montten Avenue. From here, return taking Libertad Avenue to go to see the Moai of the Fonke Museum.

Finishing by Agua Santa St. to take the highway 68 to Santiago, returning to the hotel or pre-established place.


  • Tour guide.
  • Transportation.
  • Mineral water.
  • 7 corners.
  • Templeman Street.
  • Atkinson Walk.
  • Ascensor Concepción.
  • Plaza Sotomayor.
  • Plaza Victoria.
  • Costanera de Viña del Mar.

As required, it can be requested separately:

  • Lunch
  • Entrance to the Funicular
  • Visit and entrance to the Museum