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Valparaiso is one of Chile’s most charming coastal towns, and it has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This city is known for its multicolored cliff-top houses, steep cobblestone streets, and bohemian art scene made famous by Chilean poet Pablo Neruda as it was his inspiration for much of his work. The best way to explore the area is by strolling down the narrow streets that snake through the hillsides before settling in the jumble of enchanting bars that stay open until the wee hours. The city was founded in the 1530s, and it has a deep history reflected in every building, street, business, and its people.