Valparaiso, Chile

Local look at Valparaiso

Full Day | Walking tours, Getting to Know Locals and Historical Sites

Explore Valparaíso’s colorful hills and charming communities on this locally-led walking tour. You'll visit historical sites and meet residents from many different neighborhoods who will share their local perspectives. Discover another face of this port-city and its human heritage.

Right for You?

Duration

Full Day

Travel Style

Cultural Immersion and Historical Sites

Languages

Spanish and English

Physical Activity

Moderate activity

Location

City/Urban

Connect

Wifi: None
Cell: Available

Travolution

Locally Owned Social Enterprise
Starts at:

$88/person

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Speaks: Spanish and English

Highlights

  • See La Matriz Church to know the oldest temple in the city.
  • Visit the soup kitchen 421, where you'll see the social work done by neighbors and volunteers to help the homeless.
  • Walk through the area of Barrio Puerto, full of old and local bars
  • Meet a local poet to climb up the stairs of Santo Domingo, a hilly neighborhood with innumerable secret paths
  • Visit the home of the 'Chinita' local resident who will treat us to lunch and a pleasant conversation about the life of porteños neighborhood.
  • Return to the city center through the mountain heritage area to finish this unforgettable tour.

Details

Schedule

You'll meet in the morning and finish the tour in late afternoon

Availability

Flexible Departure Date
All year

Group

1 - 8 Travelers

What's Included

Activities

Getting to Know Locals, Walking tours and Historical Sites

Guide

Bilingual guide

Food

Lunch

Transport

Walk

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Travolution

Locally Owned Social Enterprise

From visiting the giant moai statues and volcanos on Easter Island to learning how to loom knit from the Mapuche people of Chile, Travolution offers a wide variety of intercultural experiences that facilitate mutually beneficial encounters between travelers and the local communities. They believe tourism can be a mighty tool for ensuring the sustainable development of these local communities.

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Getting There

You'll meet in the atrium of the La Matriz Church