Valparaiso, about 1.5-2 hours by car from Santiago, the capital of Chile. At first, I didn’t dare to take a bus because I didn’t know much about it. We chartered a car. It felt like a seaside town full of graffiti. This is the first time Seeing such beautiful graffiti, I took a lot of photos, and the food was not bad. The bus ride was very good when I came back! It is safe and clean, there are not many people, and there are many shifts. The time to run is similar to a small car, but the price is much cheaper than a chartered car, so it is recommended that you can take a bus if you want to go.
Valparaiso, Chile's second largest city, is 100 kilometers away from the capital Santiago, a coastal city on the Pacific Ocean. You can go to the History Museum to see. There is a stone statue transported from Easter Island at the door. You can also blow the sea breeze and bask on the beach. Many locals bring towels and tents to play on the beach. The whole city feels quite colorful, especially behind the square, with colorful graffiti, you have a South American style.
Valparaíso, Chile’s largest seaport on the Pacific Ocean, is a “lascivious city”. Although the city is a bit old, the city on the mountain is very artistic. Painters and artists from all over the world can live in the city. "Graffiti" on the exterior wall of the building, the whole area is colorful and beautiful!
In Valparaiso, Chile's largest port city, pigeons shit happily on the head of Columbus's sculpture, pulling Columbus "tears down", as if expressing his regret for the start of the colonial era. Going down to the viewing platform, I sat down on the small, dilapidated cable car, screaming all the time, but fortunately it was only two minutes. There are all kinds of street graffiti along the road, with different styles and full of life. I actually lost my hat.
There is almost no flat land in Valparaiso, and the mountains are directly connected to the sea, so houses have to be built along the mountains. The city of Valparaiso is a bit old, but very beautiful and very artistic.