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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 5 March 2012

First I thought: "a tour in Chile with an American guide... a bit weird". But Ben was the most interesting guide ever, he knew sooo much about the city, history, people, places etc. I went to Valparaiso before and didn't like it too much, but...More

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Reviewed 4 March 2012

Find Wally (our guide was the awesome Brad) at Plaza Sotomayor in Valparaiso, 10:00 or 15:00. This tour is the perfect way to get your bearings in Valparaiso. If you don't see what you want to go to in depth after the tour, Wally (Brad)...More

1  Thank Anson B
Reviewed 1 March 2012

The only practical way to see Valparaiso is on foot and this tour was a very good way to see how the city works. The guide was very friendly and knowledgable and communicated his enthusiasm for the place. There was no "heavy sell" on the...More

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Reviewed 27 February 2012

I cannot say how much i was impressed by this tour. The guide was knowledgable and enthusiastic. And we even enjoyed a few surprises along the way! This is a must do in a visit to valparaiso!

1  Thank Gillbean171
Reviewed 25 February 2012

This tour was great. It was very relaxed and easy going. The guide was sweet and had lots of little stories with local color. I also liked that he was very low key about the tipping aspect and not pushy at all, which made me...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 19 February 2012

We were a few minutes late getting to the square and so happy we didn't miss the tour. We try to do one organized tour to provide us an overview when we travel to a new city. What a great choice this one was. The...More

1  Thank Glacier1
expat-in-chile-2004, Owner at Tours 4 Tips, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2012

Thanks Glacier so much for the great review. We appreciate your positive feedback. Glad to hear that you made it to Pablo Neruda's house afterwards! We are lucky to have it here in Valpo.

Reviewed 17 February 2012

27 excellent reviews when I looked this up on Tripadvisor... There must be something wrong about it, but hey, it's for free, so let's try it... Now that we finished it (I literally still have the taste of the Pisco Sour in my mouth), I...More

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expat-in-chile-2004, Owner at Tours 4 Tips, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2012

Thanks Farstreet for the feedback. It keeps us going everyday. I love those home-made cookies from Don Sergio... hmmmm

Reviewed 16 February 2012

Benjamin, the guide, is really excelent. He really makes you live the city, transporting you to the golden age of Valparaiso and showing how the people of this bohemian city lives now adays. Really recomendad, a tour full of happy surprises

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expat-in-chile-2004, Manager at Tours 4 Tips, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2012

Gracias Gabriel for your review. The golden age is too often left out of tours when showing Valparaiso. Glad you enjoyed how this fantastic city is coming back to life.

Reviewed 16 February 2012

I have been to Valparaiso many times, conversed with the locals, read up on the place and learned a thing or two, but there's always more to discover. I love losing myself in its windy streets and colourful hills, and the fact that just about...More

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expat-in-chile-2004, Manager at Tours 4 Tips, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2012

Thanks Matt for your kind words. Valparaiso deserves so much more than boring facts and famous architecture's last names. This city is one of context and hidden stories. If you ever come back to Valpo, you know where to find us. Thanks again, Tours 4...More

Reviewed 15 February 2012

This was our second free walking tour in Chile and it did not disappoint.We had walked around on our own but with out a knowledgeable guide could not fill in the history or even find some of the places we went on the tour. We...More

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expat-in-chile-2004, Manager at Tours 4 Tips, responded to this reviewResponded 21 February 2012

Thanks SCTripchick for your review! We try hard so that it is worth paying for and are happy you feel the same. If you have any pictures to share, or favorite restaurants or hostels we should recommend to others coming through, please send us an...More

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ToMio C
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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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As far as I know, the tours4tips are every day, rain or shine.
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