The house on the top of La Sebastiana hill belonged to the city's most famous resident artist Pablo Neruda. It offers amazing scenic views.
The Plaza Sotomayor is a plaza in Valparaíso, Chile. It is named after Rafael Sotomayor.
The Cathedral is the largest church in the whole of Valparaíso. This stunning architectural gem overlooks the Plaza Victoria.
The 1883 elevator originally ran on steam power. The oldest elevator in one of the most delightful Valparaíso's neighborhoods.
A beautiful viewpoint offering the sight of all of central Valparaíso, its hills and surroundings is definitely worth stopping by.
The bell tower of this ornate red-brick church originally served as a landmark for boats sailing towards the city.
The beautiful headquarters of Chilean navy dominates the famous Plaza Sotomayor. It really is an architectural gem to be looked upon.
Palacio Baburizza is the former residence of Croatian businessman Pascual Baburizza located in Valparaíso, Chile.
The beautiful O'Higgins plaza near the Municipal Theater and the National Congress hosts one of the city's best antiques markets on…
The colourful market displays fruit and vegetables stalls on the ground floor, while the upstairs is occupied by cheap seafood restaurants.
One of the few modern landmarks of Valparaíso, the Congress is pretty controversial: it was built on one of Pinochet's boyhood homes.
One of the oldest clocks in the city, the wedge-shaped tower is one of the main sights of Valparaíso. Admire the magnificent clockwork!
Biblioteca Santiago Severín is a public library located in Valparaiso, Chile.
Situated on the Plaza Matriz in the historic core of Valparaíso, the beautiful church that is the square's main feature dates back from…
The Federico Santa María Technical University is a Chilean university founded in 1926 in Valparaíso, Chile.
Nicanor Parra Sandoval est un poète, mathématicien et physicien chilien qui se présente lui-même comme un antipoète.
The main theater in the whole of Valparaíso hosts live theatrical plays and live concerts. Do come if you enjoy live performances.
After being around for nearly 80 years, it seems the traditional wood-paneled bar is here to stay. A friendly, albeit a bit rowdy atmosphere.
The subterranean mausoleum and the sculpture pays a tribute to Chile's naval martyrs, who fought and died in the 1879 war against Peru.