The lively riverside market south of the Valdivia bridge, where vendors sell fresh fish, meat and produce. Waterfront sea lions have...
Museo de Arte Contemporáneo
Valdivia’s modern art museum sits alongside the archaeological museum and is built atop the foundations of the former Cervecería...
Valdivia's main and traditional tourist attraction is the boat cruises that ply the rivers to visit the different forts. Each tour says...
A sultry jazz bar featuring live jazz fusion, acid jazz and soul on weekends.
This classic is family owned, serving up the best cruditos (carpaccio on toast), strudel and küchen. For inexpensive seafood visit any...
Lonely Planet review
This restaurant serves Peruvian staples, such as garlic-roasted chicken and lomo saltado (stir-fried beef with spices, onions, tomatoes and potatoes). The pisco sours are memorable as is the suspiro, a Peruvian dessert made from manjar (Chilean milk caramel) and meringue and laced with pisco.