The colorful Chilean city of Valparaiso, also known as the Paradise Valley, has many places to take pictures. It is really the most beautiful and developed seaside city in Chile.
The whole city is full of illusions and expectations. The Valparaiso Labyrinth, full of bohemian colors, has inspired many poets and writers and is the hometown of Chile's national treasure poet Neruda. Every corner will give you a refreshing experience: a building treasure, an extraordinary art gallery, or some new food discoveries. It is only 2 hours drive from Santiago, the capital of Chile. It is worth a visit.
Located in south-central Chile, Valparaiso is the second largest city in Chile and the largest deep-water port on the Pacific coast of South America. It is also the capital of the fifth largest region (Paleso region) and the capital of the province of Valparaiso, Chile's largest foreign trade. port.
The city of Valparaso has a long history and was built by Spanish colonists. It has been more than 350 years old, and the buildings and streets in the city still have traces of colonial period.
Every household here paints their roofs and walls in a variety of colors and colors. Valparaiso is still a veritable mountain town, the house is built on the hills, and the layers are stacked and patched.
Transportation: Two and a half hours by car from San Diego
Opening time: All day
Valparaiso, Chile, a colorful "dream city", even the old town here is a world cultural heritage
from the country, you can no longer find a country farther away from Chile than Chile, From Shanghai, I boarded the plane and transferred to Dallas in the United States. On two voyages of more than ten hours, I came to the Chilean capital of Santiago, Greece
Valparaiso. The city is 120 kilometers away from the capital. It is shocking that the Chilean parliament building is not in the air. The capital is here, here is the seat of the National Ministry of Culture. The convenient transportation characteristics of the harbor make it suffering from the wars and natural disasters. The biggest tsunami of the 20th century took place here. The Dutch and the Spaniards successively captured this place and became colonial. Entrance, now Valparaiso is full of vitality
happen to meet the Chilean National Day, watch a parade on the street
this is travel, wonderful never meet
There are rivers and lakes in the place where graffiti is there, and there are places where there are rivers and lakes!
The gates of Graffiti Mountain City are like the hidden magic entrance in Harry Potter. From the narrow to the one-passage alley to the old-fashioned elevator, the elevator rises at a 45-degree angle, and it really enters the legendary [Chile] graffiti art holy place - Valparaiso ~
This small town is less than 2 hours drive from San Diego and can be used for a day trip. It used to be a village of Indians and later became a colony of the Spanish. As a result, the style has changed dramatically and it has become such a diverse and colorful city.
The local public transportation is very developed. You can take the bus directly to the San Diego bus terminal (every half an hour, there is a lot of car to worry about)~ Go to Valparaiso to find the elevator entrance into the mountain city. How to find the specific entrance, can only rely on you to ask the locals ~ I am also brought into the city full of hahahaha
this hill town "devil ghost" rampage, everywhere is a surprise ~ absolutely you Another world that can't be imagined! ! !