A funky, fun city overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Nicole and I loved roaming and checking out the street art scenes. We stayed for two weeks but a few days here would likely be fine for most visitors.
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1. El Desayunador
The best breakfast in Valpo! Nicole and I both enjoyed this comfortable, morning hang out. A little pricey for the area, but definitely worth it for us. We went multiple times. (Nicole: Ha! I tend to disagree with Travis a bit here... To me it was great cheap eats and while the place looks a little dicey, it still put out a great breakfast.)
4. Cafe Con Cuento
Great coffee and an interesting selection of Pablo Neruda bokks on display.
2. Templeman / Concepćion Area
Street art, street art, street art. These two neighborhoods are some of the best areas for it. The best collection I've ever seen.
The Fauna restaurant in the Fauna boutique hotel serves up some great food with some beautiful views. Definitely a cool, hip spot in Valpo.
3. La Pelutik
Nicole loved the dozens and dozens of different silk scarfs they sold here. She still regrets not buying more. They sell other clothing and goods as well. but to her the scarfs were easily the reason to go.
Stop in here to sit on the rooftop and gaze at the great views with a cold cerveza. We weren't impressed with the food, however.
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Last visited: 2017
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