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  • 1. Cerro Concepción


    Either walk up from Plaza Aníbal Pinto or ride the Ascensor Concepción to one of the most popular of Valparaíso's famous cerros (hills). The...Read More

  • 2. La Sebastiana

    Historic Home

    Tired of the frenetic pace of Santiago, poet Pablo Neruda longed for a calmer place overlooking the sea, and he found it here in the house that...Read More

  • 3. Museo de Bellas Artes

    Cerro Alegre | Historic Home

    The art nouveau Palacio Baburizza, built in 1916, houses the city's fine-arts museum. Former owner Pascual Baburizza donated this large collection...Read More

  • 4. Ascensor El Peral

    Cerro Alegre | Notable Building

    In Valparaíso, riding one of the city's 14 ascensors (funiculars) is a must. El Peral, built in 1902 and now a national monument, is one of...Read More

  • 5. Ascensor Reina Victoria

    Cerro Concepción | Notable Building

    This steep 40-meter (131-foot) funicular, built in 1902 and named for Queen Victoria of England who died a year earlier, connects Avenida Elías...Read More

  • 6. Galería Municipal de Arte


    This crypt in the basement of the Palacio Lyon is the finest art space in the city. Temporary exhibits by top-caliber Chilean artists are displayed...Read More

  • 7. Laguna Verde


    In a somewhat secluded cove 23 km (14 miles) southwest of Valparaíso, Laguna Verde is a stunning and largely uncrowded stretch of yellow-sand...Read More

  • 8. Muelle Prat


    Valparaíso's main wharf, Muelle Prat, bustles with activity. Vendors hawk their offerings, from trinkets and snacks to face painting and temporary...Read More

  • 9. Museo a Cielo Abierto


    This museum is a winding walk past 20 official murals (and a handful of unofficial ones) by some of Chile's best painters. There's even one...Read More

  • 10. Museo de Historia Natural de Valparaíso


    Within the Palacio Lyon, one of the few buildings to survive the devastating 1906 earthquake is this small but interesting natural history museum...Read More

  • 11. Museo Naval y Marítimo de Valparaíso

    Cerro Alegre | Museum/Gallery

    Take the Ascensor Artillería up to Paseo 21 de Mayo for a great view of the port and then head to this large neoclassical mansion that once...Read More

  • 12. Paseo 21 de Mayo


    Ascensor Artillería pulls you uphill to Paseo 21 de Mayo, a wide promenade lined by a long row of booths selling crafts and souvenirs and surrounded...Read More

  • 13. Playa Las Torpederas


    Valparaíso's only true swim-worthy beach is set in a sheltered crescent of yellow sand east of the port. Although less attractive than other...Read More

  • 14. Plaza Sotomayor


    Valparaíso's impressive Plaza Sotomayor serves as a gateway to the bustling port. The Comandancia en Jefe de la Armada, headquarters of the...Read More

  • 15. Plaza Victoria


    Most Chilean cities have a Plaza de Armas that serves as the center of urban life, but Valparaíso has this, the "Victory Plaza," which dates...Read More

  • 16. Mercado Central


    Before supermercados became popular, locals did all their grocery shopping in markets such as this one topped by an enormous octagonal glass...Read More

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