Valparaíso is one of the most tourist destinations in Chile. Its hills, its museums and its cultural events merit a visit. Therefore, here we show what you can see in Valparaíso in 1 day

The port of Valparaíso, declared Cultural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO and seat of the Legislative Power, is one of the most touristic places in Chile. Its colorful hills, its old lifts, its museums, its vibrant nightlife and its cultural vibes, make this city a  must to visit in our country.

  • Cerro Concepción

This hill is characterized by its elegant architecture, influenced by the German and English immigrants who arrived in the 19th century. Today it is one of the most touristic that is why its old mansions have been converted into hotels, shops and restaurants that mix with picturesque alleys.

  • Paseo Atkinson

In Valparaíso, the viewpoints are common, long squares overlooking the sea. Paseo Atkinson, located on Cerro Concepción, is between old 19th century mansions, shops, restaurants and a magnificent view.

  • Cerro Alegre

As in the Cerro Concepcion, it also shows European influence in the architectural design and has also become one of the most visited by travelers. In addition to restaurants and hotels, there is the famous Yugoslavian promenade, the Baburizza palace, the Asensor el Peral and the Asensor Reina Victoria.

  • Paseo Yugoslavo

Cerro Alegre is one of the first lookouts in the city, from which you can see everything in Valparaíso. Other places of interest in the area are the Baburizza Museum, Art Noveau style, and the Bavestrello Passage, an alley full of graffiti and murals.

  • La Sebastiana

This is one of the three houses that the poet Pablo Neruda had in Chile, and which remained as museum houses to satisfy the curiosity of his visitors. According to some it is the most striking of the three, and is found in the striking Cerro Florida.

  • Open Sky Museum

Located in the foothills of Cerro Bellavista, it is an outdoor tour, through which you can see impressive murals created by prominent artists.

  • Paseo 21 de mayo and Marítimo Nacional Museum

Located in the Cerro Artillería, it is one of the most visited places in Valparaíso due to its incredible views and the fascinating craft fair that goes from one end to the other. It can be reached by taking the Artillery Elevator.

  • Marítimo Museum

Also in the Cerro Artillería, this museum is located in the building of the former Naval School; here you will find all the historical naval and maritime heritage of Chile.

  • Valparaíso Antiguo

Visit the Puerto District, where the largest civic center of the city is located, Sotomayor Square. In the sector you will also find the Plaza Victoria, and through its alleyways dozens of impressive and colorful murals that you cannot stop photographing.

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