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This place is a gem. One of three homes Pablo Neruda had, his Santiago home is broad in scope, giving eclectic a whole new meaning. Photographs are only allowed in the outside areas. Appropriately located in the hip Bellavista barrio, there is an excellent audio...More
La Chascone, the name of Pablo Neruda and Matilda's house is a must experience. English descriptions on headphones provide a thorough history of each of the 11 rooms of the house/museum. You get a clear sense of the dedication Narundi had to democracy, culture and...More
As it was a house museum (of,the poet Pablo Neruda), I thought this would be a quick and only mildly interesting visit. But no! First, there is a fascinating video which tells you all about Neruda’s personal and political life, in the context of the...More
We loved this place and all it means to Chileans. The house is stunning inside out; the furniture, artwork and atmosphere were wonderful. The history attached to this place is just something special. I recommend the audio guide and the souvenir shop. Where else can...More
This is one of three houses that collective tell the story of Pablo Neruda through the places he lived in Chile. Beautifully told and lovingly restored it’s a must for anyone who enjoys Chile’s literary history.
Quirky, representative of the writer and his wife, (aka La Chascona) the home is a collection of memories, including Neruda’s Nobel Prize medal. If unable to visit his other two houses, essential to visit this one. Remember, they are closed on Mondays. There is an...More
It is one of the houses of the Chilean poet and Nobel Prize for Literature, Pablo Neruda. It is located near the Barrio Lastarria, on the northern slope of Cerro San Cristóbal.
"La Chascona" was the nickname he gave to his secret love Matilde Urrutia...More
One of the must visit places is definitely The Chascona. The place provides you with an audio phone that guides you through the house of Pablo Neruda. GIven that you are free to walk at your own pace, my children were quite enthusiastic to discover...More