Top Choice Brewery in Valdivia

Cervecería Kunstmann

On Isla Teja at Km5 on the road to Niebla, you'll find the south's best large-scale brewery. Tours leave hourly from noon to 11pm (CH$10,000; November to March) and include a takeaway glass mug and a 300ml sampling …
Museum in Valdivia

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo

Valdivia’s modern art museum sits alongside the archaeological museum and is built atop the foundations of the former Cervecería Anwandter, the one-time brewery that tumbled during the 1960 earthquake. The museum ha…
Museum in Valdivia

Museo Histórico y Antropológico

Housed in a fine riverfront mansion on Isla Teja, this museum is one of Chile's finest. It features a large, well-labeled collection from pre-Columbian times to the present, with particularly fine displays of Mapuch…
Market in Valdivia

Feria Fluvial

A lively riverside market south of the Valdivia bridge, where vendors sell fresh fish, meat and produce. Waterfront sea lions have discovered the Promised Land here – a place where they can float around all day and …
Museum in Valdivia

RA Philippi Museo de la Exploración

Valdivia's science and nature museum.
Fortress in Valdivia

Castillo de Corral

In the 17th century, the Spanish heavily fortified the point where the Río Valdivia and the Río Tornagaleones joins the Pacific. Today, the remains of these fortifications at Corral, Niebla and Isla Mancer…
Park in Valdivia

Parque Saval

Parque Saval on Isla Teja has a riverside beach and a pleasant trail that follows the shoreline of Laguna de los Lotos, covered with lily pads. It's a good place for birdwatching.
Tower in Valdivia

Torreón de los Canelos

A couple of turrets can be seen around town: east of the bus terminal. One such is the Torreón de los Canelos, which dates from the 17th century.
Tower in Valdivia

Torreón del Barro

A couple of turrets can be seen around town: east of the bus terminal, the Torreón del Barro is from a Spanish fort built in 1774, while the Torreón de los Canelos dates from the 17th century.
Park in Valdivia

Parque Prochelle

This urban Isla Teja park contains two historic homes.