Guide of Viña del Mar, CHILE

Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Caleta Abarca. Via del Mar, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Caleta Abarca. Viña del Mar

Caleta Abarca is the most popular beaches and the most central of the city of Viña del Mar.
Wulff Castle in Via del Mar, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Wulff Castle in Viña del Mar

His dream materialized in 1906 when he completed this work was built to defy the sea.
Castillo Hill, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Castillo Hill

Castle Hill is a hill surrounded by modern buildings and old mansions of the early twentieth century
Rioja Palace, Via del Mar, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Rioja Palace, Viña del Mar

La Rioja residence in Viña del Mar is part of a complex which included, among other facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, stables and private theater
Clock of the Flowers in Via del Mar., Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Clock of the Flowers in Viña del Mar.

The Flower Clock is a garden clock that is located at the foot of Cerro Castillo, in front of Caleta Abarca, in Viña del Mar. It is an icon of the city.
Quinta Vergara, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Quinta Vergara

Quinta Vergara is a park in the municipality of Viña del Mar. Inside this enclosure is the Vergara Palace, with gardens and the amphitheater where the Viña del Mar International Song Festival is held annually.
Brunet Castle, Tourist Attractions en Viña del Mar

Brunet Castle

Brunet Castle is a building located in the northern part of Castle Hill in Viña del Mar, currently owned by Carabineros de Chile.

Viña del Mar

Information about Viña del Mar

Viña del Mar is known as the "Garden City" as it is surrounded by large green areas, it is one of the favorite destinations, next to the Reñaca beach. Among its recreational activities highlights the "International Song Festival of Viña del Mar", which takes place every year in February.

Viña del Mar is a commune that belongs to the province and region of Valparaíso.
History of Viña del Mar

History of Viña del Mar

Valparaiso At first it was inhabited by Chandos, indigenous farmers and fishermen, used to their tasks rafts inflated leather wolf that linked in pairs with strong and sustained ties with wooden slats.

The first contact between Native and Spanish was in 1536 when Don Juan de Saavedra captain ahead of the troops of Diego de Almagro with a platoon of his men stood at the harbor to Santiaguillo (ship coming from Peru, bringing provisions and supplies)

Pedro de Valdivia in 1544 confirmed his name by defining it as a natural harbor of Santiago.

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