Colombia Nightlife

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Colombia Nightlife

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    Bogotá Nightlife

    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 none

  • the best beer in Colomba comes at a...

    When in South America, I rarely look for “American” food as people from the US like to call our national cuisine. I can get that at home all the time and generally only seek it out if in the middle of a long trip in a fairly boring country when it comes to food. The exception of course is when it come to beer made in a small brewery. Sure, Bogota...

  • nice place to try canelazo

    You could easily spend your evenings having a few beers at one of the local restaurants and probably have a more down to earth authentic experience but the truth is there are lots of different types of places for nightlife in Bogota ranging from discos and salsa dance clubs to trendy cafes. Despite some of them being quite pricey, they are full of...

  • not ones to stay out late but...

    Colombia is particularly noted for its nightlife with dancing taking a central stage especially in big cities like Bogotá and Cali. Some might say the latter has little else to offer aside from its vibrant salsa clubs. Be that as it may, my days of dancing till dawn have been over for a number of years. In another time perhaps I would have joined...

  • Mango Disco

    I went to Mangos disco on my 1st day in Medellin. Just off the plane and checked into the Apartment I showered and took a taxi to Mangos.I took pics of the many good looking and very entertaining Mango dancers and waitresses.Music is loud.Mangos has a Cowboy Theme. The waitresses dress in a cowgirl outfit and men dress in Cowboy type outfit. A...

  • Cheap beer in Cartagena

    Inside the old town walls the abience of Pueblo viejo is stunning. The lit up walls and illuminated churches make it one pf the prettiest places Ive seen in South America. However, to wine or dine out comes with a price tag. If you tend to stick to trhe 2 or 3 main blocks thatyou would be led into threough the old clock then you will at least pay...


    Colombia is a very happy country, every city and small town have his own festivity days. Annually, Colombia celebrate approximately 400 festivities, and it’s only in the most famous cities and towns of each department. From this 400, approximately 30 are fairs, 120 festivals, 20 carnivals, and more than 150 patron festivities. Bucaramanga is the...

  • Cartagena groove

    The sailing gang's first night in Old Cartagena. Great crossing from Panama! This farewell celebration made me realise the bonding that happened at sea. All of us were excited and eager to travel on, but I think we were already a bit nostalgic and unwilling to part suddenly.(darn! this is my first pic upload from home in half a year and I forgot to...

  • Stay with locals

    On my first evening, I was surprised my ride just passed all the red lights... Apparently for security reasons, it's better not to stop at the traffic light (even when it's red!!!!!!). So my tips to you is don't go out if you don't exactly know where you're going or if you're not with locals...

  • In Bogota the bars closes at 3

    In Bogota the bars closes at 3 o clock, but there is not a problem you have two opcions begin early or go to some after party until 6 am. here in Bogota you can find every kind of bar: tropical, electronic, romantic... so what are you waiting for? come and lets dance! confortable!!! it depends everyones style!

  • La Zona Rosa - 1 of city's 2 key...

    La Zona Rosa refers to a few blocks in the "uptown" area of Bogotá. It is below 11th road (Carrera 11) and around 82nd street (Calle 82) - sometimes people simply refer to this area as "La ochenta y dos" (82). It is next to a big and worthwhile shopping center called "Centro Andino". From the center, you'll see the pedestrian zone called "La T", on...

  • Dance till you drop

    Throughout the country you will see enoumerous different places where you can dance. It can be a liquores on a street corner - an all-night alcohol and snack shop with tables and chairs in front of it and music blasting from 2x2 m speakers, or it can be a nice, trendy, fashionable night-club. no matter which one, the music is amazing and the way...

  • In Avenida Arsenal in Centro...

    In Avenida Arsenal in Centro you find most of the disco's located side by side. I prefer the 'Mr. Barbillia'. Its open all week, but in the weekends they the place is really crowded and they tripple the space. The place is 'boiling' with people of all kinds, and like almost everywhere in south america, nobody stands still as long as the salsa is...

  • The night is Bogota, starts...

    The night is Bogota, starts early because it ends early... so, try to have a light meal and go clubbing around 9 p.m because at 1a.m. all the places inside the city close then. The spots for clubbing are Zona Rosa and Calle 93, you can just walk around the place and pick up the best choice. Mr. Babilla is a place that keeps the same ambient in...

  • In Cartagena de...

    In Cartagena de Indias:Mr.Babilla seem like the only disco worth recommending in Cartagena but it is definitely worthy of your time for the excellent Latin music played, the interesting decoration and the stunning ladies dancing salsa inside. You won't get bored there! Just be advised that there is no restaurant or sandwich joint around so eat...

  • Antifaz

    The antifaz is playing the best music in whole Bogota.Mostly old salsa and seventies music like the doors.The people there are mostly students and youalways meet really interesting people there. There is no dress code.Most people wear just there common clothes.(for example jeans and shirt)

  • Rum-bus Cartagena

    A nicely colored bus that drives through the city center, while you drink onboard.The old city is not very lively at night, apart from a few small squares in the north. The very touristic 'new center' cramped with big hotel blocks is lively, but not very typical for Colombia

  • Bogota has one of the best...

    Bogota has one of the best night lifes in the entire world. This is a thing which you would perhaps not expect in a country with a latin heritage.The main night life area in Bogota is the Pink Zone (Zona Rosa). This area is located in the northern part of Bogota. It is packed with discos and night clubs.


Colombia Hotels

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    This is the best place to stay in Cali. Although it's the only place I have stayed in Cali, I have...

  • Zuana Beach

    Cr 2 No. 6-80, Santa Marta, 5009, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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    Carrera 7 No 6 - 45, Salento, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

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    beautiful location out in nature with beautiful views, not far from the city of san agustin several...

  • Divanga Bed Breakfast

    We stayed at the Casa Divanga which is one block away from Divanga Bed Breakfast. Believe it is...


    Calle 4 Sur # 43A 109, El Poblado, Oviedo Area, Medellin, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

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