Week 1: Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
Avda. Espana 1680, Valparaíso, CHILE
Registration Desk: 09:15hrs Hall Edificio C (see red box on the map)

Week 2 - Week 3: Instituto de Sistemas Complejos de Valparaíso, ISCV
Subida Artilleria 470, Cerro Artilleria (right beside Naval Museum)
2340000, Valparaíso, CHILE
Phone: 56-32-2339217

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Considered "The Jewel of the Pacific", Valparaíso is a city located in a natural amphitheater, surrounded by 45 hills that fall steeply into the sea. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Valparaíso account through its historic architecture, traditions and art, the foundation of development.

The fifteen elevators operating in the heart of Valparaiso are an important part of the identity and are an essential transport system for the vertical development of the city.

Valparaiso surprises its visitors, not only for its haunting atmosphere, but also by having a variety of proposals in the culinary arts. History elegant restaurants await guests.

The bohemian streets offers an active nightlife. When traveling you can see La Sebastiana, home of poet Pablo Neruda Museum, the Muelle Prat, and the Barrio del Puerto, with its handcrafts, fishing and marine faces all around the world and churches surrounded by streets of great architectural value. You can also discover the city board or make different trips that connect with the lifts and you can admire in all its glory.

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Valparaíso is the site of the Naval College, and it is the largest sea port for Chile. Its older streets and buildings speak to you strongly of the days when there was no Panama Canal and almost every ship that came around The Horn stopped and left a little of itself and its crew here.

Being situated 1/2 on the plane and 1/2 on the surrounding hills its cable cars and dwellings perched on the bluffs offer a unique look to the city. Excellent restaurants, old sailors bars, Viennese coffee shops...this might be your city.

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"Valparaiso city had no beginning, which suggests that will never end"