- Visit 3 bars and a salsa club as you discover the top nightlife destinations in Santiago
- Try out local drinks such as piscola and terremoto
- Dive into your favorite local snacks such as sopaipillas with pebre
- Explore some of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Santiago
Calling all travellers who are adventurous, fun, and love meeting new people – we’ve got something for you! It’s time to get to know Santiago like a true local – by experiencing its nightlife!
Start things off where Santiago started – Plaza de Armas – and head straight for a local bar. Your transformation into a real Santiaguino begins now, as we teach you how to order your first drink in Spanish. Don’t worry if you don’t get it right the first time, there’s plenty of time to practice this evening (and don’t we all get better at languages after a drink or two?!). Enjoy your typical Chilean drink in the company of locals, really experiencing Santiago’s social culture.
From there, we’ll venture off to the next bar, about a 15 minute walk away. As we walk, your local guide will share stories about life in Santiago and answer any questions you have. This next bar is one of our favourites, as its atmosphere is one of true political satire. Great drinks and politician mockery? What’s not to love?!
Next up we head to our third bar, this one located in the Bellavista neighbourhood. One of our (and most locals’) favourite neighbourhoods to hang out in, Bellavista is mostly home to Bohemians and artists. It’s full of street art, hipster shops, fantastic restaurants, and plenty of pubs, discos, bars, and other great spots to spend the evening.
The finish off the tour, we’ll take you to the best salsa nightclub in Santiago, where you’ll be treated to a salsa lesson. Learn the moves, then spend the rest of the evening dancing the night away with your new friends in the beautiful city of Santiago de Chile.
Note that on Saturdays the salsa lessons are unavailable – we still end the evening in a salsa bar, but rather spend the time enjoying good beer and live music instead of learning to dance.
- Local english and spanish-speaking guide
- Three different types of local drinks (terremoto
- Local food (sopaipillas con pebre)
- Salsa lessons
- Entry fees to bars and clubs.
- Additional food and drinks
- Items of a personal nature
- Entry to additional nightclubs
- Tips / gratuities for your local guide.
If cancelling less than 48 hours before the chosen start date no refund applies.