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hey, i wander around in sante fe & it can be a little bit intimidating but it's packed with police & if you use a little bit of common sense you will be okj. as for la candelaria well i a more nervous in the uk on a saturday night
Dress Code: none
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The Routemaster: Cool place for a drink
Cool place, a great bar in an English bus (Routemaster) located in ¨Parque 93´. A very unusual and cozy place with fab music! You will feel like having a party in London. Good to have some imported beers and then head to the dancing floor somewhere else if you are dare.
Dress Code: No dress code required. In fact, very relaxed.
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Usaquen and Zona Rosa: Bogota Nightlife - Bogota Bar Crawl
Experience the best of Bogota Nightlife in an all inclusive tour of the cities most popular pubs, bars and clubs!
Make new friends from all over the world as you party the night away at Bogota's first and only bar crawl.
So what's the idea..?!?
A Bar Crawl (aka Pub Crawl or Bar Hopping) is a one night tour of several bars and pubs generally located within walking distance of each other. With the Bogota Bar Crawl you will experience 4 to 5 unique bars in one night, never having to wait in line or pay cover, and receiving free welcome shots and discounts at every stop!
You will get to experience Bogota's crazy nightlife like never before, and our experienced staff will show you the most popular and exciting spots in the city EVERY saturday night!
Cost: $50.000 Colombian Pesos
*Free flowing beer and snacks during registration (8:00 pm -9:00 pm)
*Free entry into all bars and clubs
*Welcome shot or cocktail at each bar
*Never wait in line to enter
*Special drink discounts ONLY for Bar Crawlers
For more information on Nightlife in Bogota visit their website:
Dress Code: casual
- Work Abroad
- Beer Tasting
Mariachi Clubs. Mariachi’s are guys and girls who dress up in tux's wearing big sombreos who sing and play Mexican music. The shows are spectacular if you like that kind of thing, which l must say l did. They have all sorts of instruments which l have never seen before. Music to my ears. Lots of these clubs can be found in Chapinero. Most of the shows and they are not only for tourists include a dinner. One friend hired a group of them for dinner and they serenaded all the girls.
Dress Code: Get your hair done girls...
Downtown: visit Siam, el...
Downtown: visit Siam, el antifaz, Miranda. North: visit Zona Rosa, or the new place Calle 93!! Loads of places to know!!
To avoid the 'ley zanahoria' (places get closed at 1 am) you can go to chia or zipaquira to get out at 2 am.. or ask for an afterparty.. they closed the day after!!! anyway some people have been clever enough and had turned their disco into clubs so they closed at anytime they want... They are all around the city and has a huge variety of music, from techno: Cinema, to an overdosis of Salsa 'Cafe bar salsa' or something like that...
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