Parque Cultural de Valparaíso
Cementerio de Disidentes
Adjoining the main cemetery, the Cementerio de Disidentes ('dissident cemetery') is the spot where English and European immigrants were...
Ascensor Reina Victoria
Connects Av Elias to Paseo Dimalow.
Cementerios 1 & 2
The city's most illustrious, influential and infamous residents rest in peace in Cementerio 1, where the tombs look like ornate mini...
Viá Viá Café
Set below a precipitous stairway and looming three-story mural, this garden cafe brims with creativity and serendipitous energy. There's...
Vying for Valparaíso's top spot, this eclectic resto-bar is studied, quirky, esoteric and sublime. The dinner plates feature fresh...
Castro s/n · interesting places nearby
Parque Cultural de Valparaíso information
This cultural center built from the bones of a prison has a little bit of everything the mind-traveler could ask for. There's excellent murals in the old exercise yards (with practically no chance of getting shanked), rotating arts exhibits, live theater and dance, and occasional classes, courses, round tables and other intellectually stimulating events.
Reach it by walking up Subida Cumming.