Cruises to Valparaíso

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The Grand South & Central America Voyage

COMPLIMENTARY ON BOARD SPEND*, FULL DAYTIME TRANSIT OF THE PANAMA CANAL*, 5% DISCOUNT FOR OCEAN CLUB MEMBERS*

06 January 2020 | 70 Nights
Fred Olsen Cruise Lines : Balmoral

Itinerary
Southampton, Lisbon, Portugal, Funchal, Madeira, Mindelo, Cape Verde Islands, Salvador, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ilhabela, Montevideo, Uruguay, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Punta de Este, West Point… ...Read More

FREE FLIGHTS, WIFI, ON BOARD SPEND & MORE
from £65,999pp
Cabin type: Suite

The Maiden 2020 Ultra-Luxury World Cruise to Antarctica

FREE BUSINESS CLASS FLIGHTS INCLUDED*, FREE PRIVATE UK CHAUFFEUR SERVICE*, COMPLIMENTARY $4,000 ON BOARD SPEND*, PRE-CRUISE HOTEL STAY & GALA DINNER*

05 January 2020 | 141 Nights
Silversea : Silver Whisper

Itinerary
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Bridgetown, Barbados, Devil's Island, French Guiana, Fortaleza, Brazil, Natal, Salvador De Bahia, Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Punta del Este,… ...Read More

from £5,635pp
Cabin type: Outside

Tierra del Fuego Passage

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

03 February 2019 | 16 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Symphony

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Buenos Aires, Argentina, Montevideo, Uruguay, Puerto Madryn, Argentina, Falkan Islands/Port Stanley, UK, Ushuaia, Argentina, Punta Arenas, Chile, Puerto Chacabuco, Chile, Puerto Montt, Chile,… ...Read More


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The best of Valparaiso


Beaches of Valparaiso, Vina Del Mar, Chile

Beaches of Valparaiso, Vina Del Mar, Chile

Colourful buildings of Valparaiso, Chile

Colourful buildings of Valparaiso, Chile

Colorful houses at Hill Bellavista in Valparaiso, Chile

Colorful houses at Hill Bellavista in Valparaiso, Chile

Navy Building in the Plaza Sotomayer in Valpariaso, Chile

Navy Building in the Plaza Sotomayer in Valpariaso, Chile

Evening cityscape of Valparaiso, Chile

Evening cityscape of Valparaiso, Chile

Panoramic view on the historic city of Valparaiso, Chile

Panoramic view on the historic city of Valparaiso, Chile

Port of Valparaiso - view from the city's hills

Port of Valparaiso - view from the city's hills

ROL Cruise recommends…


1. Get a taste for traditional Chilean cuisine

Empanada pastries and Pisco Sour cocktails may be increasingly popular in the UK, but until you’ve tried them freshly made in their native Chile, you’re missing out. There are a number of spots across the city selling these famously delicious delicacies and drinks, so there’s no excuse not to try a true taste of Chile.


2. Enjoy a walking tour of Valparaiso’s Bellavista neighbourhood

Valparaiso is chock-full of art and colour, and the best way to experience this visual treat is by foot on one of the city’s popular walking tours. Check out the famous ‘piano steps’ and the vibrant Bellavista neighbourhood, comprised of winding lanes and alleys full of mosaics, graffiti art and murals. You’ll see street art around every corner in Valparaiso, particularly when you venture up into the hills, so put those comfy shoes on and get walking!


3. Fulfill your culture quota at Iglesia de La Matriz

In 1971 this church set in the heart of Valparaiso’s port district was named a National Monument of Chile and it’s easy to see why. The original temple was founded in 1559, and since then the site has seen its fair share of devastation – not least at the hands of pirates in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries – but now stands as a striking building surrounded by characterful cobblestone streets.


4. See the sights from the water on a guided boat tour

No trip to a coastal city is complete without spending some time on a boat, and Valparaiso’s 30 minute guided tours will not disappoint - sea lions and spectacular views abound! Your guide will tell you all you need to know about this UNESCO World Heritage Site – affectionately named ‘The Jewel of the Pacific’ by sailors from across the world – while you enjoy the scenery and the fresh sea breeze.


5. Relish the view from Ascensor Concepcion

If your feet need a rest from all the climbing, take a trip on the Ascensor Concepcion, a passenger lift which connects the city’s downtown with the Paseo Gervasoni promenade. Built in 1883, this is arguably one of the most rickety of passenger lifts, but the views of the city and port you’ll find at the top will be worth the trip!

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