Valparaíso was declared World Heritage thanks to the picturesque architecture of its 44 hills, and their characteristic elevators, 15 of them still working.
Our first stop is at the Sotomayor Square. Here we will appreciate the National Navy Building (declared National Monument), the Monument for the Heroes of the Battle of Iquique (Pacific War 1879-1883), the Court of Justice and the Port of Valparaíso. We then move on to the Aduana Square to take the Artilleria elevator to visit the famous “21 de Mayo” Observatory, where we will have a view of the whole City and the Port.
Then we will enjoy a scenery tour along the Playa Ancha district which is the largest hill in Valparaiso. Our next stop will be at the Concepción Hill where we will visit 2 interesting and traditionals observatories, these are “Gervasoni” and “Atkinson”, We'll keep on strolling through the narrow and steep streets towards the Yugoslavian Walk and the Baburizza Palace." We then continue towards Viña del Mar. Here our next stop will be the Flower Clock. We then border the coast to appreciate the “Muelle Vergara”, the Casino and seaside walks of Viña del Mar.