Holidays to Valparaiso

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Art lays its rangy hands on every surface in Valparaiso. And not just in the form of murals, authorized and un-, which appear on every block, perhaps even more common than the city's abundant cats. The neighborhoods themselves seem like artwork: homes are walled with corrugated tin, usually painted a …

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Where to stay in Valparaiso

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Things to see and do in Valparaiso

María Luisa Bravo | Trip by SkyscannerCerro Concepción
Cerro Concepción
Christina Lauderdale | Trip by SkyscannerPablo Neruda Houses
Pablo Neruda Houses
Gonza Vignoni | Trip by SkyscannerPaseo 21 de Mayo
Paseo 21 de Mayo
Alix F | Trip by SkyscannerPaseo Atkinson
Paseo Atkinson
Gonza Vignoni | Trip by SkyscannerPasaje Fischer
Pasaje Fischer
Harold | Trip by SkyscannerAscensor Concepción
Ascensor Concepción
Harold | Trip by SkyscannerCerro Alegre
Cerro Alegre
Harold | Trip by SkyscannerMuseo a Cielo Abierto
Museo a Cielo Abierto
Dan Lundberg | FlickrLa Sebastiana
La Sebastiana
Lina Maestre | Trip by SkyscannerPasaje Galvez Valparaíso
Pasaje Galvez Valparaíso

Reviews of Valparaiso

ClaudioSe
ClaudioSeMilan
30/11/2017

I have been blessed to spend a New Year celebration in this lovely Port city full of street art. Watching the fire show from a house on the edge of the city with a full view on the bay is still one the best visual experiences I have ever had,

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City
08/03/2012

Did a trip on a bus from Santiago. Spent the half day at the beach and other half eating and walking around. Its a weekend getaway town for the locals.

Yogic Traveler ❀
Yogic Traveler ❀Puerto Vallarta
15/10/2016

I only had the pleasure of coming here for a day trip but I really enjoyed my time at this city by the sea.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
09/04/2015

This is a busy major city and seaport and the third largest metropolitan area in Peru. Large port area required a shuttle just to the terminal. We walked around the city and enjoyed the street life and people watching. Nice markets and of course the funicular.

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