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Valdivia intro. Valdivia is part of the southern regions of Chile. It is just inland, about twenty minutes drive to beach towns like Niebla and Corral. Hotels here do a roaring trade during the annual Valdivian Week celebrations or at any time of the academic year when any of the several universities stage conferences, meetings or events. Tourism is a big industry here and so there are plenty of retailers, tour operators and hotels in Valdivia. The central plaza hosts many shopfronts and most accommodations are within conmfortable walking distance to the many sightseeing draw cards of the city. These include the cathedral, and bridges such as Pedro de Valvidia, Beauchef walk and the outlying Rio Cruces Bridge. Visitors who visit here may also want to pay a visit to the colony of sea lions who live near the river markets, and the pergolas of the Plaza de la Republica, or the Botanic Gardens.