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With its reputation as a destination for unspoiled wilderness and captivating natural beauty, Patagonia is not known as a center for raucous nightlife. Those looking for a clubby Ibiza-like scene will be disappointed; others who are interested in a lively night at the local bar will be far more contented. Because the focus down south is more on nature and being awake (and not hungover) in the morning, things are considerably more low-key than in big cities up north — though you will find some revelry in Patagonia’s Tierra del Fuego. Dublin nightclub in Ushuaia is usually jam-packed and open late, and Club Nautico imports DJs from Buenos Aires and is the heart of Patagonian nightlife. Chances are, finding a place to sip a pint with fellow travelers and locals is going to your best bet after dark. One of the best places to do that in all of Patagonia is Berlina, a short drive outside of Bariloche, where the beer is brewed onsite and plenty of international types are there ready to strike up friendly conversation.