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This charming home of the famous Chilean poet overlooks the Pacific and contains unusual collections, the tuxedo he wore when accepting the 1971 Nobel Prize and the simple burial plot of Neruda and his wife.
As everyone else said, it's a very beautiful property. It's the house of the famous Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, and it's really nice to be able to see the same Beach and sunset that he saw while he wrote his beautiful poetry. The only reason...More
What a fantastic house and beautiful location. So interesting to listen to the audio guide in English and to see all of Neruda's eclectic collections. 100 % recommend doing this tour. Easy to get to and very cheap by bus from Valparaiso.
Pablo Nerdu’s house was very interesting. The house had tons of ship figureheads on display plus the tour of the house inside had with many unique objects not seen elsewhere. He led a very interesting life and apparently loved his wife Mathilda very much. Both...More
We came here with a private driver from Santiago and absolutely loved it! My husband isn't a literature person, but even he was fascinated with Neruda's eclectic collections and the story of his life. The home is in a stunning location on a cliff overlooking...More
The house would be worth a visit wherever it were located. It illustrates the personality of its owner like no other that I've visited aside from Jefferson's Monticello and Mark Twain's house in Hartford.
But the setting is stunning as well. On a fine day...More
Isla Negra is where Neruda chose to live part of his life because of the deep love he had for the ocean. When visiting the house he had here you will see why, and you will discover a beautiful soul, full of poetry and magic....More
Worth a visit if you are leaving or boarding a cruise ship in San Antonio; half an hour drive. Or when a few days extra in Santiago or Valparaiso .... try to see his other homes in Valparaiso and Bellavista as well. Interesting life he...More
To me the best option is to stay 3-4 days in Valparaiso (which is worth a visit) where you can go to La Sebastiana by walk if you're centrally located, then another day take the bus to Isla Negra (about 1:15... More
To me the best option is to stay 3-4 days in Valparaiso (which is worth a visit) where you can go to La Sebastiana by walk if you're centrally located, then another day take the bus to Isla Negra (about 1:15 hour trip).
Of course you can do it all from Santiago for a one-day trip but it's gonna be exhausting. It takes 1:30 hour by bus from Santiago to Valparaiso.
Bus is the best transportation in Central Chile.