Valparaiso, Viña del Mar and Isla Negra

9:00 am Departure from your hotel to the Pacific Ocean, passing through the agricultural valleys of Curacaví and Casablanca characterized by their fertile and noble agricultural and wine wealth. Then we will reach the city of Valparaíso, the main port of the country. Its picturesque silhouette, protected by a chain of hills that fall to the sea, stands out in what was the most important shipping destination in the South Pacific, until the opening of the Panama Canal in 1914. We will know its center and its neighbourhoods in the hills for To better understand the most flourishing city of the early twentieth century in Chile. We will know its main squares, and the centenary tradition of its port. Following the coast, towards the north of the bay, we will arrive to the city of Viña del Mar, the most famous and popular spa in the area, with its meticulous parks and numerous palm trees that identify it as “Garden City”. After touring its beaches, Casino and avenues, we will return to Santiago. As an extension of our visit to the V Region we will visit a village called Isla Negra, where the most important and famous house of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, open as a museum by the Neruda cultural society, is located. Here you can see important collections of the poet, in addition to his tomb facing the sea. In turn we must say that the place is located in a geographical situation that makes it possessed of a special atmosphere. (This extension we can do in the morning before arriving in Viña del Mar or bin in the afternoon to return, everything will depend Of the schedule that is confirmed in the Museum of Isla Negra). – Entrance to the Museum included. No lunch included.-
* Includes tickets, closed on Mondays.- There is no prior reservation, it is entered on a first come, first served basis.