Acuario Valparaiso tiene especial énfasis en educación, cuidado y protección de nuestro mar. Las ilustraciones de esta web son del Libro Chile es Mar de los Autores Daniela Droguett, Yolanda Sánchez, Miriam Fernandez, Alejandro Vila y Patricio Otniel - Editorial Pehuén / Fotografías de María Graciela Sfeir.
Within the building, you can tour art displays primarily of paintings and sculptures from local and international artists. Expect to see pieces from artists like Juan Francisco Gonzalez, Pedro Lira, and Alfredo Valenzuela Puelma. Plan to visit Palacio Baburizza during your Valparaiso vacation using our convenient Valparaiso day trip planner.
Colorful houses line the narrow streets, occasionally interrupted by equally vibrant street art. Hang out with Valparaiso's coolest crowd at one of the area's trendy coffee shops, or hunt for the perfect souvenir among the quaint handicraft shops. Put Cerro Concepcion at the forefront of your travel plans using our Valparaiso road trip planner.
The Iglesia de La Matriz del Salvador (The Matriz Church of the Saviour) is a church in the city of Valparaíso, Chile. Located in the heart of the port district (Barrio Puerto) of the city, surrounded by cobblestone streets and houses it has a historical importance in the city and was declared a National Monument of Chile in 1971.
Lutheran Church of Valparaíso in Valparaíso, Chile A population of German immigrants who were attracted to Valparaíso’s prosperous seaport grew on Concepción Hill during the early 19th century. Their first attempt to establish an Evangelical Lutheran church in 1867 soon dissolved. However, in 1897, they finished building La Santa Cruz.
Valparaíso, Chile © Mapbox© OpenStreetMap contributors Twenty classic, colorful murals are dotted through this cerro's lower streets, forming the Museo a Cielo Abierto, an open-air museum with works from famed Chilean artists such as Mario Toral and Roberto Matta.
En el Museo Lukas, cuyo atractivo esencial son las piezas gráficas originales del artista, se exponen más de cien ilustraciones, muestras temáticas referentes al humor, el mar, personajes de fábulas, lugares característicos de Valparaíso y Viña del Mar, y obras inéditas.
El Museo de Bellas Artes de Valparaíso, es una institución que vela por el cuidado, protección y difusión de la importante colección pictórica que la ciudad reúne desde 1895, y que destaca dentro de las cuatro colecciones de arte más importantes de Chile.
If you are looking to discover Vina del Mar, Chile, leave plenty of time for sightseeing tours - you wouldn't want to miss out on top attractions like Playa Las Salinas! And before you go, make sure to read Expedia's Playa Las Salinas sightseeing & tourist guide, filled with all you need to know for the best Playa Las Salinas experience possible.
Plaza Echaurren was the first plaza (square) in Valparaiso. After Chile's Independence in 1810 it was called Plaza Municipal however at the end of the 19th Century it was changed again to Plaza Echaurren in honor of Francisco Echaurren, a former govenor of Valparaíso (1870-1876) who helped.
Victoria Street Entrance to Plaza O'Higgins, near Valparaiso bus terminal. Here is the park entrance from Victora Street, in front of Bahia Valparaiso hotel. This area was damaged in the 2010 quake, as many buildings still showed. Plaza O'Higgins is a large park, with market stalls and several trails for easy walking short cuts.
The Plaza Sotomayor is a plaza in Valparaíso, Chile. It is named after Rafael Sotomayor. The square is lined by buildings occupying full block-fronts of the streets that flank it. The focus of the square is the monument that honors the Chilean sailors who fell during the Battle of Iquique and the Battle of Punta Gruesa.
Punta Angeles Lighthouse, Valparaiso, Chile This beautiful lighthouse is located on a bluff just south of the city of Valparaiso, Chile. The current light was established in 1908, however it is believed that there was a lightstation at this location in the late 1800's.
Quinta Vergara Montaña has rooms with TVs and cable channels. Private bathrooms also come with a shower. The Quinta Vergara, venue of the several important festivals and concerts, is only a 2-minute walk away. Viña del Mar Bus Station is 1,950 feet away and Reñaca Beach is 1.9 miles from the house.
The Reina Victoria lift (ascensor Reina Victoria) is a funicular located in Valparaíso, Chile. This funicular, which is surrounded by an architecture that portrays the German and English immigrant community, its owned by the municipality and stretches from Elias Street to Paseo Dimalow.
After the tour, enjoy a nice cup of Victorian-style tea with an artisanal pastry in the ornately decorated cafe and bakery. To visit Villa Victoria and get the most from your holiday in Valparaiso, create itinerary details personal to you using our Valparaiso day trip planning website.