La Posada de Juan
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews La Posada de Juan Salta
Travel Blogs from Salta
... leave for Bolivia next. Again a wonderful surprise of a milonga in an old wear house/cafe with beautiful people. Happily I started the next day to another cabalgata (horse riding tour). Yes I got caught by horse riding fever. It is a lot of fun and originally I wanted to do a couple of days tour though the mountains but well I guess timing is not the bestest to do this in late autumn. This time the finca was stunningly beautiful. Right away there was breakfast and we ...
... colours of the mineral rocks, compressed into layers over time. Quartz in the rock made some of the layers glitter as you got up close. It was quite the awesome sight. One of the formations, called the Devil’s throat, was in layers of reds and oranges and stretched up in a cylindrical shape.
In Cafayate, we continued the exploration of the rocks as we headed off on a hike. We signed the park register and were pointed vaguely in the direction of 'up ...
... to take pictures and the obligatory local sales people try to sell us there handicrafts. Nice as they are, I don't want to carry anything else, and they will be cheaper in Bolivia! Back on the bus just up the road to Tilcara. Here we visit the Museo Arqueológico which displays some artifacts from the pucará, and exhibits give an insight into the life of people living around that time. Then back on the bus after 45 mins to ...
... as I finished our loop home toward Salta down Ruta 33 and La Cuesta del Obispo. The Andes looming above, with reminders to watch out for llamas crossing, we began our descent from 11,000 ft at Piedra del Molino, where the paved road stopped and the 30km of endless switchbacks began. The vistas were incredible, with a canopy of clouds settling in the ridges and valleys below us. Small shrines along the way reminded you to take it ...
... ensure that we were comfortable. Niyati also loved the ride because this was something she had been wanting to do and since she can speak Spanish, Pata would eventually end up talking with her about the ride, life and everything in between. After going through all sorts of terrains, we headed back to the ranch, after about three hours. Laura had Cafayate wine, which was surprisingly amazing waiting for us followed by an authentic Argentinian Asado and the ...