The first stop will be Piedras Australes, a handicraft shop where you will be able to enjoy a Pisco Sour drink while appreciating beautiful pieces of lapis lazuli. After this visit you’ll go to the Pacific coast, crossing the Coastal Mountain Range and the Casablanca and Curacaví Valleys.
You’ll arrive at the Veramonte Vineyard where you’ll have a tasting of one wine, then go to Viña del Mar, known as the Garden City because of its many parks and gardens. You’ll make a stop at the Quinta Vergara, Palacio Carrasco and then, continue along the bay, forming part of the most important central coastline, and get to know the city's famous flower clock.
Next, you will arrive at the city of Valparaíso, a World Heritage Site, main commercial port, and home to the Congress of Chile. During the tour, you’ll see the multi-colored houses on the hills, parks and diverse historic monuments, traditional bars, and restaurants. You’ll walk around Plaza Sotomayor, the most important civic square of the city located on the shore. In the afternoon, you’ll return to your hotel in Santiago.