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We wanted to visit Museo de Pablo Neruda. It is a truly exceptional place well worth a visit. The grown ups loved it. Our kid also loved it. We were heading towards a museum experience of a lifetime. But before we left we wanted a...More
We visited Neruda's house on a Sunday morning having parked nearby. The house is perched high on the cliffs overlooking the Pacific and it is a very interesting design full of eclectic bits and pieces, the ships figurehead collection in particular is wonderful. The museum...More
If you are in Santiago, make sure you wake up early and hit the road right after breakfast towards the coast on a 1 and a half hour drive (or a very comfortable bus journey with the companies TUR-BUS or PULLMAN, from the Alameda bus...More
If you are a Neruda fan, this is the best! If you are not a Neruda fan, it's great! It's an interesting tour of the house and the belongings of the great poet. If that doesn't interest you, the view is unbelievable. The restaurant is...More
Pablo Neruda's museu houses are simply AMAZING! The tour is magical and guided by a self service record that guides you through the house's rooms. Really really AMAZING! Many wonderful objects and historical facts with a wondeful art collection. Unmissable!
When I visited Pablo Neruda's house, I was reading "Confieso que he vivido", an autobiography full of poetry. When I saw the house, all the things he loved I felt really moved. And the sea in that area is so beautiful, strng and clear. I...More
This is a unique place. The great one's spirit is still here, as is his body, buried near the sea. You can see his desk and outlandish collections. The audio tours are superb and filled with hilarious stories and fragments of his most famous lines....More
Isla Negra Rating 5 ( La Sabastiana Rating 4 but La Chascona Rating 2 as it adds nothing to the other 2) . Isla Negra is beautiful & the beach is a great place to watch the ocean afterwards. Public Buses run from Valparaso (...More
The first thing you notice is the site and view of the Pacific Ocean. Start with the movie as you enter the museum, it gives you an insight of his life. The audio guide is the way to check out the layout of the rooms...More