travelgrove the Travel Enthusiast

 
  • Valparaiso, The Most Important Port of Chile

    Valparaiso view ©Fernando Valenzuela/flickr

    Valparaiso view ©Fernando Valenzuela/flickr

    Valparaiso view ©Fernando Valenzuela/flickr

     

    Valparaiso was considered for a very long time “the pearl of the Pacific”. The city has a troublesome history. 

    Pablo Neruda knew why he choose one of the 50 hills of the city. The poet already had a house in Santiago and a villa at a beach on an Island called Isla Negra. It is situated about 80 km at large, when he came back from exile in 1952, being rich and famous, he moved there.

    But the most important fact is that this man was so obsessed with ships. It must have been an impressive panorama of the port and the city scene from La Florida hill. Even nowadays the tourists and the poet’s fans cross through every obstacle just to see the place.

    Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends ) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
     
  • The amazing beaches of Chile

    Arica

    Arica

    More often than not, the mention of Chile will conjure up images of its snow-capped Andes, the lovely colonial capital, Santiago de Chile, or the elongated shape of a country that encompasses both the driest desert and the most impressive glacial fields in the world. It’s easy to forget that Chile’s is 4300 kilometers long, which means that if there’s one thing Chile has no shortage of, it’s beaches.

    Not all of the Chilean coastline is a smooth strip of sand, quite the opposite – the part where land meets sea is often rugged and craggy, but every now and then it gives way to a lovely beach. Visit the amazing beaches of Chile, another natural wonder that this country can be proud of.

    Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends ) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
     
  • The best wineries where you can spend the night

    Montpellier

    Montpellier

    When you are visiting a great winery or vineyard where you can taste as many delicious wines as you want, the last thing you want to do afterwards is drive or be driven home and fall into your own bed.

    Good wines are made to be enjoyed leisurely and slowly, which is why it’s a great idea to spend the night at the winery whose cellars you are working on emptying. Many wineries and vineyards have shrewdly picked up on this, and many of them offer the option of staying overnight.

    If you want to spend an evening surrounded by scrumptious wines, then here are the best wineries where you can spend the night.

    Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends ) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
     
 
Our bloggers
athenaloveevike14ivanjackietibi60welt-raiser
 
 
 
   Welcome to Travelgrove  register 
tell a friend bookmark it