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House that Neruda built
La Chascona was designed in 1953 by Nobel-winning poet, Pablo Neruda, as a romantic getaway for the woman with the "tousled hair" (where the house gets its nickname) who'd eventually become his third wife. The library, the bedroom in a tower and secret passageway transport you to a dulce vida worth every love poem. Make sure to call for a reservation before visiting.

Tags: $ - Budget, Archives, Tourist Attraction, Cultural Interest, Gardens

Fernando Mrquez de la Plata 0192 (Barrio Bellavista)
Santiago, CL

(562) 777-8741

  • Tue-Sun 10:00am-6:00pm