La Chascona

Local nameCasa de Neruda (La Chascona)
LocationProvidencia, Santiago, Chile

La Chascona is a house in the Barrio Bellavista of Santiago, Chile, which was owned by Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. La Chascona reflects Neruda's quirky style, in particular his love of the sea, and is now a popular destination for tourists. Neruda began work on the house in 1953 for his then secret lover, Matilde Urrutia, whose curly red hair inspired the house’s name; chascona is a Chilean Spanish word of Quechua origin referring to a wild mane of hair.

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Admission

General admission: MXN 7,000
Students: MXN 2,500

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Chascona

Official Website http://www.fundacionneruda.org/es/la-chascona/informacion-visita

Phone +56-2-2777 87 41 / +56-2-2737 87 12

Address Fernando Márquez de la Plata 0192, Barrio Bellavista, Santiago, Chile

Coordinates -33°25'52.254" N -70°38'3.134" E

Tours and activities: La Chascona

City Tour and Wine Tour Concha y Toro or Santa Rita

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from 45 USD

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