The wonderful city of Valdivia or known as the pearl of the rivers, has conditions to spare to be one of the favorite cities by tourists. Delivers a generous view and beautiful places to visit. He is also known for its pleasant college life and its industry, as it is a good place to do business.

You can lease your car in Valdivia in the city center on Vicente Pérez Rosales 674, Ph. (63) 2558 661, or the Hotel Dreams, Carampangue 190, Ph. (63) 2558 660, if you reach the Airport Pichoy, Ph. (63) 2558 670 can also find another of our branches.

 

RECOMMENDED ROUTES - EXPLORE VALDIVIA AND AROUND BY CAR

     

COLONIAL CASTLES:

It is located 13 km. from Valdivia.

This route will allow you to visit the three main defensive fortifications of the colonial system. Fog Castle,  Mancera Castle and Castle San Sebastian de la Cruz.

 

VALDIVIAN COASTAL RESERVE:

It is located 40 km from Valdivia.

Can be found picnic areas, plus three trails: Los Colmillos, Lagoon Gemelas and El Alerzal. You can also go horseback riding in the Colun beach, located in the town of Huiro.

 

KEY DATA

Climate Issues

 

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Temperature High Average

30

29

27

22

17

12

12

15

16

20

26

28

Temperature Minimum Average

10

10

8

5

5

3

0

3

4

6

7

9

Relative Humidity

50

57

64

73

83

86

86

81

77

71

58

60

Sunshine Hours

11

11

8

6

4

2

4

5

5

7

9

11

Amount Rainfall

5

9

5

70

124

156

218

68

176

14

10

4

Rainy Days

2

1

1

4

7

13

11

7

9

5

3

0

 

What to see in Valdivia?

Independence Square

Botanical Garden Universidad Austral de Chile

Trade Traditionalists

Valdivia River Market

Museum Sitio Fuerte de Niebla

Navegation river Calle calle y San Pedro

Oncol Park

Saval Park

Museum San Pedro de Alcántara

Peninsula San Ramón

Mahuín Beach

 

 

Festivals and Celebrations

  • Meeting local customs of the Coast: A village 20 minutes from Valdivia, Niebla. Is performed during the second and third week of February. It is a cultural, folkloric and gastronomic encounter in which sell traditional food and crafts.