The visit gives you insight in te life of Pablo Neruda. This was his hide out for his mistress who later became his third wife and it shows. After a nondescript facade you find this colorful house with different levels, various differently decorated rooms and secret nooks. You can see the couple partying and working here in their times.
The house is now a museum where they only let in a limited number of people in at a time, to make sure the place does not get overcrowded. The audiophones explain the history.
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