Nightclubs and bars in Chile

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    You pick: S America's Best -- Strong economy

    by acommon1 Written Jul 25, 2010

    From dance clubs to special places where you're prioritized, Santiago has so much to do. There are so many other South American women working in here. Chile is the place where many come to make money.

    If you can't find some one to dance with then you have problems.

    Dress Code: Business casual works

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    Sky: Sunset at 11pm

    by kyoub Written Oct 25, 2007

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    There wasn't any clubs, parties, or nightlife spots where we were in Chile.
    We never did quite get used to the fact that it didn't start to get dark until at least 11pm.
    If we stayed up that late, we liked to watch the sunset.

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    Orion - view in the southern hemisphere: night sky in south america - Orion

    by Trekki Written Sep 18, 2004

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    As our night sky star constellations are mostly different from southern to northern hemisphere, there are some special constellations visible only in the southern part of our globe.
    Mainly in the less populated and less industrialized south of south america, the night sky is magnificent !

    The Orion constellation is another example.
    For inhabitants of the northern hemisphere the view of Orion on the southern part of the globe is very interesting - it looks like a "smiley" - with a slightly askew mouth.

    Dress Code: no tie requiered :-)
    However, warm clothes may be of help, as it can get quite chilly in the Patagonian nights.
    Recommended drink: hot tea.

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    Southern Cross - Cruz del Sur: night sky in south america - Southern Cross

    by Trekki Written Sep 18, 2004

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    As our night sky star constellations are mostly different from southern to northern hemisphere, there are some special constellations visible only in the southern part of our globe.
    Mainly in the less populated and less industrialized south of south america, the night sky is magnificent !

    The Southern Cross is one example - a star constellation which has been used ages ago as navigation guide of countless sailors.

    It has a perfect cross shape, the lower star (alpha-crux) is the brightest one.

    Dress Code: no tie requiered :-)
    However, warm clothes may be of help, as it can get quite chilly in the Patagonian nights.
    Recommended drink: hot tea.

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    Delphos: Santiago : Go dancing ! Allez onduler !!!

    by Maillekeul Written Feb 24, 2004

    Watching all these people obeying the chorus of latin songs is a must see activity !!! Free for the girls, 3000 pesos (4.5 USD) for the boys

    Mater tous ces gens obeir aux ordres des paroles des chansons latines, ca vaut le detour ! Gratos pour les nanas, 3000 pesos (4.5 USD) pour les mecs

    Dress Code: Be trendy if you want to be successful...

    Soyez tendance pour avoir du succes

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    VT meeting

    by tini58de Written Dec 12, 2003

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    We had this spectacular and most wonderful VT meeting right after our arriving in Santiago. I had been looking forward to it ever since Camilo told me, that he would organize a meeting for us!

    He picked us up at the hotel and together we went to the Empanadium, a lovely place for eating empanadas and drink a beer or two and just the right place to be with your friends.

    There were 7 of us: Camilo (camilo74), Jorge (IIGUANA), Michael (Maillekeul) and his girlfriend Stephanie, Helga (habert62), myself and Regina from Germany, who we had met on the flight to Santiago.

    We talked with eachother as if we had been friends for ages - and I felt at home in this wonderful country of Chile right away!

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    Plenty of them: Bellavista

    by mahzan Updated Dec 4, 2003

    There are plenty of activities at the Bellavista area especially the night market. I cant remember the street name but it is leading to the St Cristobal funicular station. You can buy a lot of traditional stuff there - such as moai replicas.

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    There are a lot of Pubs or...

    by Saldi Updated Oct 8, 2002

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    There are a lot of Pubs or Discotheques you can visit. Santiago's nightlife starts at 23:00-24:00pm, until 5:30 am.
    Cultural life is huge!, there are a lot of art demonstrations in the streets or in a place, totally free!.
    The music in the discotheques is very eclectic: rythms like: Techno, Dance, Pop, rock, salsa, merengue, samba, raves.

    Dress Code: Usually, there isin't a dress code, but if you're under 18 years (or sometimes even under 21) you can't enter because in some places it's forbidden,(always bring your passport or any ID with you).
    The legal age for drinking is 18 years old. (but no one cares about it...hahaha)

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    There are two Franchises which...

    by jaimepablo Written Aug 26, 2002

    There are two Franchises which are worth checking out in Chile. 1) Kamikaze & 2) La Playa
    The night clubs are full of life. Its absolute Bliss. The Male to Female Ratio is 1:5. Un Hombre Por Cinco Mujeres. My Aussie Mate Steven was tempted to denounce his Australian Citizenship to stay in Chile. Its that good.

    Dress Code: The dress code is quite relaxed. An appropriate attire would be jeans, shirt & shoes for the guys. The women know what to wear. I know that because my girlfriend always tells me what to wear.

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    There are many little taverns...

    by thelowy Written Aug 26, 2002

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    There are many little taverns and night clubs around the area. The taverns remind me of something you might find in a small town in Colorado. Only with a latin flare.
    Alcohol is inexpensive
    The local women and very friendly
    Other people traveling are usually warm and friendly

    Dress Code: Dress as you wish...Personally I am a slob.....

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    My tent after a long day of...

    by DaveOrlando Written Aug 26, 2002

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    My tent after a long day of hiking! I have heard that Puerto Natales has a lively nightlife for a small town, but I arrived too late on my way in to check it out. Punta Arenas is a larger city (pop. 100,000) with more options, but again, my return trip was late. Not much nightlife on this trip for me. This photo is of Punta Arenas from my hotel (Finis Terrae) and you can see the Magellan Strait in the background. Punta Arenas was once a thriving port until the Panama Canal opened and now it is involved mostly in petroleum and tourism.

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    The Boomarang Bar (yes it is...

    by ian_261161 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The Boomarang Bar (yes it is an Australian Bar) at Av. General Holly in Barrio Providencia is a bright and happening place. The food is excellent and the service great. Try 'pan australiano' ...
    The beer is cold, the service is warm. The fact that someone has built an Australian Bar in Santiago beggers belief.

    Dress Code: During the day, casual dress is sufficient. At night, smart casual is recommended.

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    la Serena is one of the bigger...

    by AvaTara Written Aug 25, 2002

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    la Serena is one of the bigger cities in Chile. It has a good quality nightlife. In january most tourists come from Argentina and spend their money in pubs, restaurants and the beach. The shoreline is about 10 KM or more. Starting in Coquimbo and ending at a rocky shore called Punta de Teatinos. Today many hotels and touristcabines are build in order to meet the ever growing demand of lodging and housing all the tourists.

    Dress Code: Dress casual and you'll fit in nicely among the local people. They have a taste for clothes similar to that of Europeans.

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    Cherie_J's Nightlife Tip

    by Cherie_J Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Every town no matter how rich or poor has at least one Plaza. They are often very nicely manicured and are the central gathering spot for both young and old.

    In the evening hours be sure to look ahead...you might see a bit more than you would like.

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    by marijane Written Aug 25, 2002

    the nightlife in Santiago, starts at about ten and lasts till about 3 or 4in the morning.. or whenever you get home.. they know how to dance and they'll teach you... the style is great.. lots of wine .... i don't know why, but i met quite a few people who liked to have wine and coke (cola). ... i thought it was very strange at first, but i definitly got used to it.. =)

    Dress Code: while i was there i was quite a spectecal.. with my californian baggy jeans style.. they were very surprised to see a girl with baggy clothes.. and i also had short hair.. to my shoulders.. that was also daring, i guess for women .. most of the guys in my classes at school had longer hair than i did..

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