Saboreie alguns dos deliciosos vinhos do Chile e o atraente cenário de Valparaiso durante esta adega de combinação de um dia inteiro e um passeio turístico com um pequeno grupo. Experimente as uvas orgânicas da Emiliana Winery durante uma visita à vinícola e incluiu degustação. Em seguida, delicie-se com os edifícios históricos, as colinas íngremes e a colorida arte de rua de Valparaíso.
Explore Valparaíso e os vinhos do Vale de Casablanca em uma pequena viagem de grupo
Prove quatro vinhos orgânicos acompanhados por queijo ou chocolate local na Emiliana Winery
Caminhe pelas ruas da colina de Valparaíso
Maravilhe-se com a paisagem costeira e edifícios coloridos desta impressionante cidade portuária
Inclui transporte, degustação de vinhos e passeios de elevador e bonde
Viagem em pequenos grupos é limitada a sete participantes
Receba um traslado pela manhã em uma minivan com ar condicionado do seu hotel em Santiago. Você passará pelos subúrbios da capital chilena até os vinhedos do Vale de Casablanca. Chegue à Vinícola Emiliana, um vinhedo situado no que é conhecido como uma das principais áreas produtoras de vinho do país, tanto para vinhos tintos como brancos. Faça um tour da operação de produção de vinho e aprenda sobre sua estreita conexão com as plantas e o gado locais. Você também poderá experimentar quatro das últimas safras da vinícola, acompanhadas por queijo ou chocolate local. Deixe a vinha para trás e prossiga para Valparaíso, uma cidade portuária montanhosa que muitos têm favoravelmente comparada a uma versão chilena de São Francisco. A partir do porto, você verá a Praça Sotomayor antes de prosseguir de bonde até a Praça Anibal Porto. Você também passeará no Elevador Queen Victoria e aproveitará a vibração "boêmia" das áreas de Cerro Alegre e Concepción da cidade. Faça uma pausa para o almoço em um restaurante tradicional antes de explorar o farol da cidade. Em seguida, volte para Santiago, onde você será deixado em seu hotel.
Great trip . Small group of 7 (plus guide and driver in an 9 seater minivan.Valparaiso is an interesting place and in the ~ 3hrs we were here we saw some of the highlights (including a trip up one funicalar and down another). Emiliana winery (a bio dynamic winery) is a very interesting and high quality winery (and only 2 minutes off the main freeway) so this is a great stop
Very good tour. Easy communication via e-mail with the tour guide who spoke perfect English. The vineyard tour was informative on organic grape growing and wine production. Wine tasting paired with chocolate or cheese is included. Wineshop prices are quite reasonable.
Once in Valparaiso we took a local street car to the port. Then started the walking tour. Unfortunately the funicular to take us to the first Cerro was out of service which required us to climb a series of steps I am guessing 60-80, There are a couple of other staircases to climb, but they more reasonable 10-20 stairs. Although the tour guides insisted there was no hurry to complete the climb, the stairs did take a toll on a couple of tour members. The walk around the cerro 's was very interesting- incredible street art. The funicular going down was in service, so no issues there. They took us to a nice restaurant with a view for lunch about 3pm, so be sure to eat a good breakfast before the and/tour or bring some snacks along.
This day trip is so much better than it sounds on the website. The wine tour is a really nice and interesting visit to an organic, environmentally and socially sustainable vineyard. Even the wine tasting was enjoyable and informative. The walking tour of Valparaiso was great. We visited lots of streets and alleys with Berti, our excellent guide, and felt we had had a really good exploration of the city in the time available to us.
A wonderful day with Valentina as our expert guide and our driver Francisco who had the patience of a saint with all the traffic he navigated us through. Valparaiso is such an interesting city, which personally I'd love to return to and photograph in greater detail... such a blank canvas for the camera lens. It was certainly a busy day with two cruise ships in port, but as we had a reasonably early start, we didn't really encounter to many other tourists until later in the morning. We both had a welcome lunch at the Calfulafquen and an ice cold beer Del Puerto Pale Ale, which I wish we could get here in Australia Restaurant before heading off to the Emiliana Organic Vineyard for a tour of the vines and a very informative view of the organic side of grapevines growing is. Once again many thanks and best wishes to Valentina for her future photographic ventures.
The visit to Valparaiso was very interesting. Colorful and eclectic housing and other structures are scattered on the steep hillsides, with many walls covered with abstract and exaggerated murals. Narrow and winding streets and stairs take one to new sights and colors around every corner. The funiculars are an adventure. The lunch restaurant had good seafood and great views of the city and the Isla Negra coast. The tour of the major sustainable winery in the Casablanca valley was very informative and interesting and the wine and cheese pairing at the tasting was a pleasant change. The guide had suggested and early departure from Santiago and an early return so as to avoid traffic jams and that was most appreciated. Our guide was enthusiastic and informative.
The guide picked us up right on time, and we made good time to Valparaiso. Once there, she walked us up and down the narrow streets, winding our way through the beautiful city. Having lived in Valparaiso, she was very knowledgeable and informative, as well as accommodating when we wanted to stop to take pictures or talk more about a statue or a building. She made sure we were able to ride the various forms of transportation to experience the city a bit more like a local. She took us to a wonderful restaurant for lunch and gave us a bit of alone time to eat, and then we walked through a market and were able to buy a few things. After we left Valparaiso we went on a wine tour at a gorgeous vineyard and enjoyed some of the best wine we've had. We were dropped back off at the hotel around 6:30 pm. It was the perfect day trip and we would highly recommend it to anyone.
This was a great tour! We were picked up at and returned to our hotel and had only one other couple with us. Our guide, Felipe, is a local to Valparaiso, and his knowledge and love for the city showed. I was impressed he was able to answer all of our crazy questions and it was neat to see the city from all vantage points. We opted to have a quick lunch of empanadas instead of sitting in a restaurant, so we'd have more time seeing different parts of the city.
Our winery visit took us to the Emiliana vineyard. Beautiful place with an interesting story of how they grow their vines and why.
Ended up being a fantastic day and I'd definitely recommend this tour to anyone.
The tour was really amazing! Actually, they switch up the order so you get to do the wine tasting in the afternoon, which makes much more sense.
Our guide, Felipe, was the best. He grew up in Valparaiso and was able to tell us a lot about the history. Overall one of the best tours I've ever taken.