We will go up to Cerro Florida where we can appreciate the Casa-Museo de Neruda, 1971 Nobel Prize for Literature (Does not include entry ticket).
Then we continue along the Camino Cintura crossing hills, appreciating the scenic landscape, picturesque buildings, endless ladders and narrow streets that go from hill to sea.
We will visit the Atkinson and Gervasoni viewpoints / pedestrian promenades full of history of foreign immigrants who arrived in Valparaíso when this important port was considered “The Jewel of the Pacific” (before the opening of the Panama Canal).
We will go down to the plan to visit the traditional Prat Pier and the Plaza Sotomayor Esplanade that remembers the heroes of Iquique and the Pacific War. We will go up in one of its typical elevators to get to the Paseo 21 de Mayo and visit its magnificent viewpoint.
We continue going up the Cerro Playa Ancha, to go to the Mirador Marina Mercante and admire this fabulous amphitheater facing the Pacific.