La Chascona Pablo Neruda's House
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Located in the San Cristobal Hill, La Chascona is yet another house built for poet Pablo Neruda; another musem you can visit while you are in Santiago.
La Chascona was built in 1953 with special and natural materials. It was designed by German Rodriguez, and today it is a Chilean cultural patrimony. Also, it has a library administrated by the Neruda Foundation.
Cultural and architecture interest zone.
Metropolitan region. Located in Santiago –Barrio Bellavista- 019 Fernando Marquez de la Plata Street.
How to get there?
To Santiago: Airway, to the Arturo Merino Benitez International Airport. Also, land route, by Route Panamericana 5.
From Valparaiso: Land route, by Cuesta La Dornida (Route 68)
You can access to La Chascona from Pio Nono Street.
When to go?
All year long.
Mediterranean weather. There is a dry season and rain during winter time. The annual media temperature is 14ºC, and the annual media precipitations are 356.2 milimeters.
Housing, food, transportation, outdoor activities.
Barrio Italia-Condell, Barrio Balmaceda, Barrio Bellavista, Barrio Brasil, Barrio Suecia, Barrio Concha and Toro, Barrio Lastarria, Barrio Paris-Londres, Barrio Patronato, Barrio Republica, Barrio Yungay, Caleu, Canteros de Colina, El Colorado Ski Center, La Parva Ski Center, Valle Nevado Ski Center, Santa Lucia Hill, El Arrayan, Maipú Battle Historical field, Calan Hill Observatory, Metropolitan Park, Forestal Park, Caren Lagoon and Park, Los Dominicos Town, Mapocho River, Viña Cousiño Macul.
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La Chascona Pablo Neruda's House touristic attractions
Near touristic attractions
|Forestal Park||0,4 mi|
|Santa Lucia Hill||0,7 mi|
|Plaza de Armas||1,0 mi|
|La Moneda Palace||1,3 mi|
|Civic District of Santiago||1,6 mi|
|Cousiño Palace||1,9 mi|
|Cousiño Macul Vine||4,7 mi|
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