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Peter the guide was friendly and knowledgeable, The tour went from hill tops to seaside spots, We... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2012
Cordoba, Argentina
Good introduction

Valparaiso isn't the easiest city to get into. Sure, it's a treat for the eyes but you just get so... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2012
Helsinki, Finland
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"Pay What You Want" Walking Tours Everyday of the week at 10am and 3pm in Valparaíso, Chile. We meet at Plaza Sotomayor every day of the week. Our guides wear red and white striped t-shirts like the children's book 'Where is Wally' or 'Where's...more
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Plaza Sotomayor, Valparaiso, Chile
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Reviewed 13 January 2012

Peter the guide was friendly and knowledgeable, The tour went from hill tops to seaside spots, We travelled by both wire and wheels, Were fed and watered, And to top it all off, WE were the decider of the price, What more could one want?

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Reviewed 13 January 2012

Valparaiso isn't the easiest city to get into. Sure, it's a treat for the eyes but you just get so much more when somiebody who actually knows the place shows you around and tells all so interesting details about the place. And the guide is...More

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Reviewed 13 January 2012

The guides ( we had the pleasure of having more than one!) were genuinely interested in finding out about our views and interests and tried to cater to the different interests , pace, and styles as much as possible. They created a friendly atmosphere in...More

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Reviewed 13 January 2012

My stay in Valparaiso was just a day trip, but Tours 4 Tips made it one of the highlights of my travels in Chile. The guide was very knowledgeable about the culture and history of the city and his enthusiastic and fact-filled descriptions resurrected some...More

1  Thank Maria19118
Reviewed 13 January 2012

Tours 4 tips was one of the best tours i have had, in fact when i actually think about, it is the best tour i have ever had. Our extrememly knowledgable tour guide unfolded yet tied together the city of Valparaiso with historical anecdotes thru...More

3  Thank vinegrowerwinemaker
Reviewed 12 January 2012

Our charming and knowledgable guide Peter gave a fascinating and humorous tour of a truly remarkable city, showing us things we would otherwise not have seen or understood. Went with my husband and two sons( ages 16 and 13) Great for all of us.

2  Thank Eliot N
Reviewed 11 January 2012

My girlfriend and I found this Tours 4 Tips of Valparaiso in a local newspaper article. It was featured in Las Ultimas Noticias and described as a free tour (tips optional) of Valparaiso that encompasses all the beauty, history, and amazing stories that Valparaiso has...More

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Response from Roberta J | Reviewed this property |
Typical amounts paid on the day we were there were in the $10-$20 US range. Just remember, you will need cash because they do not take credit cards. I believe you can pay is US dollars of in pesos.
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Response from Tommy B | Reviewed this property |
Starts at the port, covers main square then up the cerro concepcion and covers the main buildings and set up there then across to cerro alegre before descending for the finale back near the plaza sotomayor
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