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Cerro Concepcion, Valparaiso

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Meander around the lovely hilltop neighborhood of Cerro Concepcion and enjoy sweeping views over Valparaiso's shorefront. Springing forth from the ruins of the city's old walls, the neighborhood quickly found its own bohemian, quirky character, which persists to this day. Colorful houses line the narrow streets, occasionally interrupted by equally vibrant street art. Hang out with Valparaiso's coolest crowd at one of the area's trendy coffee shops, or hunt for the perfect souvenir among the quaint handicraft shops. By using our Valparaiso trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Cerro Concepcion and other attractions in Valparaiso.
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Since its inscription on the World Heritage List in 2002, Valparaiso tourism has experienced a meteoric rise. The city now offers a wide range of accommodations, especially budget hostels and mid-range hotels and inns. Cerro Alegre, a hill just to the west of the city center, offers perhaps the largest range of options and looks out over the bustling port. Stay in the friendly neighborhood of Cerro Concepcion to enjoy the best of Valparaiso's cafe culture.
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  • There is no denying this is a touristy area but it's still worth it. The street art, the views, the little shops and cafes. Highly recommended.  more »
  • The city is full of fun hills to explore and this hill in particular is extra quirky. Lots of cool shops, restaurants and art galleries. I would suggest to leave at least half a day to walk around her...  more »
  • This hill was colonized mostly by english and german people, still you can notice the influences on the architecture. Now days its a touristic area full of restaurants, cafés, handmade souvenirs and p...  more »