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Pablo Neruda's House

Camion Vecinal s/n, Isla Negra, Chile
+56 35 246 1284
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This charming home of the famous Chilean poet overlooks the Pacific and contains unusual collections, the tuxedo he wore when accepting the 1971 Nobel Prize and the simple burial plot of Neruda and his wife.
  • Excellent76%
  • Very good19%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Camion Vecinal s/n, Isla Negra, Chile
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The house would be worth a visit wherever it were located. It illustrates the personality of its owner like no other that I've visited aside from Jefferson's Monticello and Mark Twain's house in Hartford. But the setting is stunning as well. On a fine day...More

Thank stefdoj
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Isla Negra is where Neruda chose to live part of his life because of the deep love he had for the ocean. When visiting the house he had here you will see why, and you will discover a beautiful soul, full of poetry and magic....More

Thank MEMarzioni
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Worth a visit if you are leaving or boarding a cruise ship in San Antonio; half an hour drive. Or when a few days extra in Santiago or Valparaiso .... try to see his other homes in Valparaiso and Bellavista as well. Interesting life he...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well worth a visit if you are in Santiago or Valparaiso. It is an audio tour and all was explained in English before hand. An amazing setting with the Pacific crashing in on the rocks below. Tour takes about an hour and a very interesting...More

Thank Andrew H
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

This house of the poet, Pablo Neruda, one of several, is set back from the road. Parking is difficult as there is no set parking lot and you must walk a dirt path past several vendors to get to the house. There is an admission...More

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Reviewed 16 February 2018 via mobile

We came by bus from Valparaiso. I don't know why other reviews don't mention this, but it is super easy to catch a bus from the main terminal, go to window 10, pay 3,000 pesos and within about an hour and a quarter- you're there....More

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Reviewed 9 February 2018 via mobile

Shares the life of one of the most greatest poets of this century. His house shows a part of his personal life and the history of different placesandobjects that inspire the most beautiful poems of his work.

Thank Lord-Felipe
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

Pablo Neruda Isla Negra house is an amazing place, just like his Santiago house, entrance includes a audio guide and quick explanation by a guide in your language. This was part of a tour from Santiago that was a morning vineyard trip, lunch then onto...More

1  Thank boeingAde
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Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

I became fascinated with Pablo’s story and poetry after visiting his house in Santiago. Having read all about him and many of his poems I was disappointed these were not displayed throughout this most unusual house. Instead, we see all his stuff!! I’m a self-confessed...More

Thank SueDen27
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Reviewed 30 November 2017

You don't have to know anything about Pablo Neruda to be in awe of the cliff-top location overlooking the crashing waves of the Pacific, the unique architecture,or the varied eclectic collections contained in each room. I was prepared to be disappointed after all the hype...More

Thank KathyinCostaRica
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Response from Nameusse | Reviewed this property |
Hello Casiopea, To me the best option is to stay 3-4 days in Valparaiso (which is worth a visit) where you can go to La Sebastiana by walk if you're centrally located, then another day take the bus to Isla Negra (about 1:15... More
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8 August 2016|
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In April there were no crowds!
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