This is one of a number of significant hills in Valparaiso and was established in the 19th century by predominately British and some German migrants. It has colorful houses and some nice gardens (and grafitti) and worth a drive through.
Although it was a cold misty day, the art still stands out. You can see the pride the owners hace in their homes and businesses by keeping the area clean. Great for just walking around and being surprised block by block with the artwork. Nice to see the art is not covered…
We stayed 3 days; had great time wandering around looking at the murals, meeting the dogs, enjoying the restaurants. riding the funiculars down to the port, enjoying the art museum.
A must visit when you're in Valparaiso. Nice views during sunset as the colour of the sky is at its best.
We walked endlessly in the winding streets here. A little gem, like the whole of Valparaiso. Definitely worth exploring by foot.