Know as “the Jewel of the Pacific”, Valparaíso has been declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list in 2003. The Valparaíso Bay and the surrounding hills make it a unique place to visit.
You will begin the tour in the city center and make your way to Punta de Angeles de Playa Ancha lighthouse. From there you will get an impressive view over the Pacific Ocean.
On the way back to the city, you will stop by the Paseo 21 de Mayo viewpoint, where you will enjoy a full view of the city.
You will then enjoy a cable-car ride, up to the historical part of the city.
Lunch will then be served in a traditional harbor restaurant.
In the afternoon, you will get to discover part of the Chilean gastronomy. Local chefs will show you how to make traditional pisco sour, pebre and sopaipillas.
– The same price applies to people with or without a disability.
– There are two primary modes of transportation you can use to get from Santiago to Valparaiso. The 120 kilometers land distance can be covered either by bus (Turbus or Pullman companies from Pajaritos Bus Station) or car. Unfortunately, Valparaiso cannot be accessed by air as there is no airport near Valparaiso.
– Take a windproof jacket and sunglasses. If you are a wheelchair user it would great if you can bring a Freedom Wheel for better mobility.
Plata Soto Mayor (Downtown Valparaiso) or Bus Terminal Rodoviário
Insurance (is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip thinking in your personal needs)