Hostal 168 Santa Lucia

Santa Lucia 168, Santiago, 8320222, Chile
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Forum Posts

taxi from santiago airport to puerto plata

by janet5423

Does anyone have a suggestion for the best way to travel from Santiago airport to Puerto Plata? What would a taxi charge and how do I make a reservation?

Re: taxi from santiago airport to puerto plata

by Huentetu

Hi, you are in the Santiago, Chile forum. I think Puerto Plata is in the Dominican Republic.

Re: taxi from santiago airport to puerto plata

by Kakapo2

You probably want to start your trip in Santo Domingo... ???

Re: taxi from santiago airport to puerto plata

by ValbyDK

I have never landed in Santiago Airport, but a taxi from Santiago (de los Caballeros) to Puerto Plata should cost around 1500-2000 pesos (fixed price). Remember to bargain and be sure to settle a fixed price before entering the taxi!

The cheapest transportation are the EXPRESSO buses. I don't know if there are busstops at the airport, but there is a bus station just opposite Hotel La Rotonda, Ave. 27 De Febrero #32, Santiago.

Travel Tips for Santiago

Cafes con piernas - Coffee n' legs

by Glospi

Though regarded by some people as disreputable joints, cafes con piernas (literally "coffee n' legs") have become a trademark of Santiago (although these businesses now operate in a few other cities too).
Don't confuse them with the more or less traditional coffee shops, where the hostesses go in short miniskirts, and that provide ample, well-lighted spaces where one can sit at a table or at the bar and have a talk, no: cafes con piernas are rather dark, small places, without tables, where girls go in VERY skimpy thongs or G-strings (the further away from the city centre, the skimpier the thongs), and where loud thumping is always played. Girls don't go nude just by a few sq. centimetres of flimsy cloth.
They serve not only coffee, but also fruit juices, teas and the like. Prices are the average -or less- than in traditional shops.

Music, clowns, artists and more


Every Sunday, next to the Bellas Artes Museum, at the Parque Forestal, loads of people gather around different artists, clowns, street theatre and gymnast. There's music, books and nice surroundings. If you don't want to see any of these, you can always sit down and watch the people. You'll have plenty of fun.


by ezaguryk

Excellent choose for going to the airport to the city, you will find the counter on the pick up baggage, will cost 7000 Chilean pesos. It is like a pool car, they live each one on the direction asked.

Excelente opción para ir del aeropuerto a la ciudad, usted encontrará el mostrador en el área de las maletas, costará 7000 Pesos chilenos.

Live music and food

by MJL about Backstage

Backstage is the Chilean equivalent of the Hard Rock Café, except it offers a much bigger menu. The food ranges from North American specialties to standard Chilean meals, including some Asian dishes. The drink list is just as extensive. Prices can be slightly higher than neighboring restaurants. There is ample seating and a non-smoking section. Backstage offers live music on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays (sometimes Wednesdays as well).


by Tolacuna

Diving is a more and more growing activety in Chile, in Santiago alone there must be more than 15 companies that offer diving trips, usually combined with a great BBQ at the end of the day. You can visit for more info or shoot me an email at


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