Pablo Neruda's House in Isla Negra
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Neruda Route & Wine by Otavio Piske
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Neruda Route & Wine

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Take this Full Day to discover Pomaire, Isla Negra and Undurraga Winery

Highlights

  • Visit Pablo Neruda's favorite house
  • Get enchanted with Pablo Neruda’s poems, the most beloved Chilean Poet
  • Check out Pomaire Town and its overflowing shops with pottery
  • Have a delicious lunch at a local Restaurant (not included)
  • Wine Tasting at Undurraga Winery
  • Visit Undurraga Winery, one of the most traditional Chilean Vineyards.

Inclusions

  • Roundtrip Transfer from Santiago Hotels
  • Transportation Insurance
  • Bilingual Live Guide (English & Spanish)
  • Entrance Fee to Pablo Neruda Isla Negra house-museum
  • Wine Tasting & Entrance Fee to Undurraga winery
  • Wine Glass Souvenir

Exclusions

  • Lunch
  • Meals and beverages not specified in the Itinerary
  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Use comfortable clothes
  • If you're staying at Hilton (Airport), Holiday Inn (Airport), Diego de Almagro (Airport), Radisson Petra (La Dehesa), Mercure (Ciudad Empresarial - Quilicura) you should reach one of our pick up zones located in Downtown, Providencia or Las Condes. Fore more information please contact us
  • For bookings of 11 persons or more please contact [email protected]
  • For bookings of 11 persons or more please contact [email protected]

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Feb 16 2016
Unfortunately we weren't able to see too much as we arrived late in afternoon and by the time we drove all the way out to the wine district and back to the city, most of the attractions were closed. It was still nice to see part of the city.
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ITINERARY

Get ready for a perfect and lovely trip where you will meet some of the main attractions of Santiago and the Region of Valparaíso.

Pickup from your Hotel will be at 09:00 AM approx. to start our trip to Isla Negra. This amazing place will let us know the world celebrate Nobel Prize winner poet, Pablo Neruda. This house-museum was the poet’s favorite and here you will find countless collections gathered throughout his life.

Now is time to continue our journey and head to Pomaire. Founded in 1771, this picturesque place offers a variety of pottery. Glasses, pots, dishes and zoomorphic figures are placed on the shelves of the adobe houses that are always open to visitors. Another very popular item is the traditional food offered at the restaurants of this Village. You’ll have the opportunity to taste this delicious dishes at a Restaurant in Pomaire (optional, not included). Excellent food, ambiance and typical music is the better way to describe this place. Here you will taste some of the most traditional Chilean food such as Empanada, Cazuela and Pastel de Choclo.

Finally, we will stop in Undurraga Winery. This vineyard has become one of the most emblematic of our country. With nearly 130 years, it was established as a vineyard that combines trajectory with innovation in an excellent way, exporting its products to over 60 countries around the world. Terriror Hunter, Sibaris and Aliwen, each one with very particular traits, are one the most characteristic wines. In a personalized tour you will learn about the rich history, its evolution over the years, and taste some of it finest wines. As a gift, you will receive a wine glass as a souvenir of this beautiful place. Once the tour is over there will be time to go to the Wine Shop where you can purchase delicious wines and souvenirs.

After discovering one of the major museums in our country, one of the most important Chilean vineyards, enjoyed the art in pottery and savored traditional Chilean food begins the return to Santiago where our guide will take you to your hotel of destination.

Pickup & Starting Points

Please see detailed pickup and starting point information when you complete your booking.

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