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Bar
“Tiene onda, es segura, es una de las disco más concurridas. Buena musica, entrada y tragos a un precio razonable y queda a 2 cuadras del depa.”
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Bar
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Café
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Government Building
“Servicio Nacional de TURISMO, aqui pueden encontrar toda la informacion turistica de Iquique gratis. ”
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Lebensmittel- & Getränkeladen
“En este supermercado encuentras de todo lo mas basico, ademas tienen servicio de Restorant con servicio para llevar o servir”
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Lebensmittelladen
“Supermercado a pasos del departamento. Abierto de lunes a domingos desde 10:00 a 21:00 hrs.”
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Lebensmittel- & Getränkeladen
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Supermarkt
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Supermarkt
“El mayor supermercado en el sector sur, gran variedad, expedito y con amplios estacionamientos.”
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Locality
“Barefoot surfers, paragliding pros, casino snobs and frenzied merchants all cross paths in the rather disarming city of Iquique. Located in a golden crescent of coastline, this city is counted among Chile's premier beach resorts, with a glitzy casino, beachfront boardwalk and more activities (from paragliding to sand-boarding) than any sane person can take on in a week. The big draw here is the swaths of This replica of sunken Esmeralda, a plucky little Chilean corvette that challenged ironclad Peruvian warships in the War of the Pacific, is Iquique's new pride and glory. The original ship was captained by Arturo Prat (1848–79), whose name now graces a hundred street maps, plazas and institutions. Guided tours (reserve ahead for a tour in English) take you inside the staff quarters, past the orange-lit engine, and onto the ship's deck. Book ahead or come on Sunday when it is first-come, first-served. Book this door-to-door transfer from Iquique Airport (Diego Aracena International Airport) to your hotel in Iquique. Must book a separate departure transfer. Book your shared bus transfer from the airport to your hotel in Iquique. You'll be picked up from the airport and taken in an air-conditioned bus to your hotel. Take the easy way out and book your arrival transfer in Iquique. Don't forget to also book your separate departure transfer! What's included One-way shared transfer What isn't included Food and drinks Gratuities (optional) Almost single-handedly taking on the task of preserving the region's culinary traditions, this rustically decked-out dining hall serves up a fantastic collection of seafood plates, with inspiration for recipes coming from everywhere from grandma's classics to port workers and miners' staples. Pricey, but worth it. Humberstone and Santa Laura were 2 of the most important Saltpeter in Chile. During this tour by the Saltpeter north we will visit the magic of these current ghost towns. In addition visit the Geoglificos of Painted and the fantastic Oasis of Pica. Departing from your hotel at 9am to “La Pampa”, where we will visit the former Nitrate Offices such as Santa Laura and Santiago Humberstone, which were declared National Monuments. It’s here where we will discover the splendorous past of the “White Gold”. Then we'll have a short stop in the town of Pozo Almonte. We will get to the Sanctuary of La Tirana, where takes place one the country’s most important religious celebrations, La Fiesta de la Tirana.Then we will visit the Oasis of Pica, where we'll have lunch in a restaurant and we’ll have free time to take a bath in the semi-thermal hot spring (32 °C aprox.) La Cocha Resbaladero. As we return we will visit the Oasis of Matilla, where we can emphasize the Lagar Español, an old center of wine elaboration, San Antonio’s Church and the stone made bell tower, form the XIX and XVII century respectively. We will visit Geoglyphs of Pintados. Here you will get the unique chance to see about 400 figures representing humans, animals, birds and abstract paintings which were made by humans approximately 800 years ago. Return to Iquique at 6pm. What's included Hotel pickup and drop-off Admission Lunch Transport by air-conditioned minivan What isn't included Optional gratuities for driver and guide Meals and drinks not specified Drinks Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase) The city's 19th-century swagger is hard to miss on Iquique's central square. Pride of place goes to the Torre Reloj (1877) clock tower, seemingly baked and sugar-frosted rather than built. Jumping fountains line the walkway south to the marble-stepped Teatro Municipal , a neoclassical building that has been hosting opera and theater since 1890. A handsomely restored tram sits outside and occasionally jerks its way down Av Baquedano in the high season. Sweet resto-bar with a boho vibe, Lobby has four small rooms and a loungey back patio. Come for great cocktails – try the raspirinha, with raspberry vodka and berries – the sushi bar, DJ-spun tunes on weekends, great-for-sharing tablas and happy hour nightly. Created in 1975, Iquique's zona franca is a massive monument to uncontrolled consumption – reputedly South America's largest. The entire region of Tarapacá is a duty-free zone, but its nucleus is this shopping center, housing over 400 stores selling imported electronics, clothing, automobiles and almost anything else. If you want to shop, take any northbound colectivo from downtown. Don't walk – it's surrounded by some of the worst neighborhoods in town. The inner courtyard and sunchair-fringed pool make this hotel a pleasant place to recharge your batteries. Standard rooms are tidy but a little stale and stingy on space, with tiny tubs; the bigger superior rooms showcase natural light and some even have ocean views. Our independent authors have visited Hotel Barros Arana and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Iquique. Description provided by propert”
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Bank
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Parkplatz
“PLAZA PRAT, pleno centro de Iquique. Reloj y Teatro Municipal. A pasos de paseo baquedano ”
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