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How to travel by bus from Valparaíso to Santiago?

Valparaíso se encuentra a 116 kilómetros del puerto de Santiago. La duración del viaje en promedio es de 1 hora y 35 minutos dependiendo de la compañía de buses, en categoría semi cama, las que atraviesan la Ruta 68 que conecta ambas ciudades.

La salida de buses de Valparaíso a Santiago es desde el Terminal Rodoviario de ValparaísoLos buses llegan a Valparaíso al Terminal Alameda, Terminal Sur o de Santiago y Terminal Pajaritos (Recomendado por ser el que se encuentra más cercano a la Ruta 68 y por su expedita conexión con la línea 1 del metro de Santiago). 

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Buses de Valparaíso a Santiago

Las empresas de buses que ofrecen servicios en esta ruta son:
Pullman Bus y Bus Norte, entre otras.

About Valparaíso

Valparaíso is one of the largest cities in the country. It is the main port of the country and center of legislative power since the congress is located in its central area, just a few steps from the bus terminal of the city. It is characterized by its countless hills and viewpoints of the port, with its traditional elevators and funiculars, offering multiple options of walks to its visitors, among which Cerro Concepción, Paseo Gervasoni and the elevators Reina Victoria, Polanco and El Peral stand out. In the new year one of the largest pyrotechnic shows in the world is performed along its coast.

About Santiago

Santiago is the capital of Chile, which is characterized in its central area by having a neoclassical architecture of the 19th century and streets with different styles side by side as "art-deco", "neo-gothic", among others. The urban landscape takes shape with hills such as Cerro San Cristóbal and Santa Lucía that make up part of the green lung of the city and the basin that is crossed by the Mapocho River, beside which there are parks such as the Forest Park and the Bicentennial Park. The Andes mountain range can be seen from many points of the city. In the periphery you can find vineyards, and in a few hours you can reach the mountain or the Pacific Ocean.

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