The Reina Victoria lift (ascensor Reina Victoria) is a funicular located in Valparaíso, Chile.
The funicular is owned by the municipality and stretches from Elias Street to Paseo Dimalow. It was built 1902 and opened 1903.
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Peter Royle | Feb 2, 2018
Super little funicular railway. Certainly saves the old legs. One of several in Valparaiso that is still in operation or under renovation.
Michael Blackstock | Dec 30, 2017
Beautiful street with lots of street art. Many levels of streets here, as you can see in my photos. There were also street musicians and there is s brewery at the end of the street!
Julio Private Tours | Jan 21, 2018
This quaint funicular was inaugurated in 1902 and is still in operations. It's a must see when you visit Valparaíso next time.
Alex Bravo | Dec 25, 2017
Valparaiso, it is a place you want to get lost into and strangely inviting. Loved it and I will be back.
Ricardo Xavier | Jan 30, 2018
Pretty cool and a nice shortcut to get to cerro alegre
Alice Akemi | Apr 10, 2018
An interesting place to visit as tourist because of the view at dusk. Has criative and interesting graffiti around the top of Reina Victoria. Also has a slide (funny). The ascensor takes you to a hill full of colourful bars and cheering retaurants, beautiful graffiti and souvenir stores. Totally recommend going and eating in one of these restaurants.
Mohamed Ghassen NCIBI | May 23, 2018
This area is good to take photos upon Valparaíso and the ocean
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