One of the icons of the city of Valparaíso is its picturesque elevators or funiculars. In addition to being an unmissable tourist attraction and having countless stories, its main function is to be a means of collective transportation that helps to quickly communicate the upper part of the city with the plan. We invite you to get to know each one of them pointed out in the map.
The Artillery elevator
The Artillery elevator is one of the 30 elevators that are part of the history of Valparaíso and was the
The Baron elevator was inaugurated on April 17, 1909 and was the first electric elevator in the city, a system
The Bellavista elevator was the first of two funiculars that Cerro Bellavista has had. It was inaugurated on July 6,
The Concepción elevator is the oldest elevator in Valparaíso. Inaugurated on December 1, 1883, it connects Pasaje Elías, in front
The Cordilera elevator was the second to be built in Valparaíso at the end of the 19th century. Next to
Holy Spirit Elevator
The Espíritu Santo elevator was inaugurated on September 11, 1911 and connects the Valparaíso plan with Cerro Bellavista, as well
Hospital Van Buren Elevator
The Van Buren Hospital elevator was inaugurated in 1929, with the objective of transferring patients and officials within the hospital.
The Polanco elevator was inaugurated in 1916 and is the only elevator in Valparaíso that moves vertically, while the rest
Queen Victoria Elevator
The Queen Victoria elevator is the elevator with the least trajectory after the Carlos Van Buren Hospital elevator. Its capacity
San Agustín Elevator
The San Agustín elevator was inaugurated in 1913 as a complement to the service provided by the Cordillera elevator in