Santiago de Catanzaro has a population of about 100,000 people.
But the city’s attractions are not the kind of tourist attractions that make you feel at home.
It’s a place where you’ll find things that you can’t really find anywhere else in the world, and those things are often a bit of a shock to anyone who’s visited Chile in the past.
Here are five things that can make visiting Chile a little less enjoyable.
You’ll need to be prepared for a long journey to get to your hotel.
There are four major train stations in the city, and you can get a ticket for as little as 50 bolivares (about $8).
To get to one of the main train stations, you need to make your way from the capital, Quito, on the main highway.
It can take up to three hours to get there, but it’s not bad for the quality of the food and drink.
There’s no free wi-fi in Santiago.
At the start of each day, you’ll get a special code and you’ll have to pay a certain fee to use it.
There will also be a free mobile phone network in the centre of Santiago.
You’re probably not allowed to wear clothes that are too revealing.
If you’re a girl, you may not want to go out with any men unless you’re wearing a bathing suit, and no shorts.
There is also a strict no-body-but-me rule.
There have been a few cases of tourists getting naked in the beach at La Tuna, but the situation is rare.
You can’t rent a car.
There isn’t a public transportation system in Santiago, so you’ll need a taxi or a motorcycle to get around.
You won’t be able to use the public baths.
If the weather is bad or you have to use a private shower, you won’t have any private facilities available.
The city also has a limited number of gyms, which you can rent for free if you’re staying with friends.