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Valdivia is one of the most historic cities in all southern Chile. Valdivia was founded as the frontier with Mapuche Native Land in 1552 by Pedro de Valdivia. Valdivia has also been on the frontier of culture in Chile for hundreds of years with a colorful mix of Mapuche, Spanish, and German history that has created one of the most spectacular cities in southern Chile. It makes Valdivia stands out not only among the other cities of southern Chile, but among the all the cities of Latin and South America as a truly important piece of world heritage.


Tours to Valdivia

Since ancient times, many unique objects have been preserved in the city, among which the Spanish forts and fortresses stand out. Valdivia is also very often called "the city of rivers, the pearl of the south, the key to the south seas, the Gibraltar of the Pacific Ocean" and simply one of the most beautiful cities in Chile.


Excursions in Valdivia

Valdivia, Puerto Varas, Puerto Montt - these are not very big cities located close to each other. Their location in the "lake district" unites them. The most beautiful lakes with thermal waters are located in the middle of a green landscape. Here you can go water skiing, kayaking, rafting.

Vacation in Valdivia

Welcome to the city on four rivers!

Valdivia was crowned the capital of Chile's newest Región XIV (Los Ríos) in 2007 after years of defection talk surrounding its inclusion in the Lakes District despite its geographical, historical and cultural differences. It is the most important university town in southern Chile and, as such, offers a strong emphasis on the arts, student prices at many hostels, restaurants and bars, and a refreshing dose of youthful energy. With its German effervescence and subtle cafe culture, Valdivia is also one of the more attractive cities in the region due to its scenic location at the confluence of the Calle Calle, Cau Cau and Cruces rivers, but, truth be told, Germanic heritage is way more present in Puerto Varas or Puerto Octay.