Tilcara Hostel

Bolivar 166, Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, Y4624, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Bolivar 166, Tilcara.
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    Travel Blogs from Tilcara

    Severni Argentina / NW ARGENTINA

    A travel blog entry by kristivojirova on Feb 24, 2014

    ... maslicko..mnamka..vyhled na hory.. nejlepsi..dzus..
    vyrazime smer..Pumamarca..Prochazka po Kopci sedmi barev..azurve nebe stale..
    dojedeme do Pumamarcy..je teprve neco po devate rano..moclidi neni.. mistni rozkadaji stly..stanky s oblecenim..serepetickama, nausnicema, ale i krasnejma vecma.. snazime se mc nekouka..az pak..ptame se mistnich na cestu..tu cestu kolem mesta, kde prechazi zrak..radi nam.. jsou mili..pratelsti..asi i tim, ze my jsme mile a pratelske..je to ...

    Tilcara - tiny town

    A travel blog entry by beansontour on Jun 08, 2013

    2 photos

    ... an easy game in these parts. We were given an extremely friendly welcome in our Tilcara hostel, even given a map which is one up on most hostels! We wandered the town and instantly liked it; small, quiet, good eateries, no-one bothering you, surrounded by hills. We munched on some Llama, spiced Mexican style = good if a little chewy. To complete our Llama experience, Ellie purchased some Llama socks from the quaint little market in the main plaza. Forgot to ...

    Purmamarca to Tilcara. More Bread 4 Breakfast.

    A travel blog entry by lovintheworld17 on Jul 09, 2012

    33 photos

    ... on a busy holiday weekend?

    We checked into Club Hostel, one block from the main street and square. You enter through a bamboo gate,which opens to a large courtyard with a little pool(no water in it) a barbecue area and little porch areas outside the rooms surrounding.

    The people at the hostel were really sweet. I immediately felt good about mikes choice to book this place. We reserved a private room with ...

    Return to Argentina

    A travel blog entry by skill77 on Oct 05, 2011

    5 photos

    ... people across the front, someone literally sitting on the gearstick, I thought the driver might be changing gear by moving the passengers head! And these roads were not tarmac, they were dusty gravel roads with steep corners, I just hoped the car didnīt topple!

    Thankfully it was only an hour and half. But then about 3 miles from the border crossing, suddenly the car stopped in a big line of traffic and we were all told to get out! It would have been useful ...

    Ancient Ruins - Botanical Gardens

    A travel blog entry by mnasf on Aug 11, 2011

    ... hill lay the ruins of what was once a city of the indians that lived in the area. Angie told us that it is easy to know where there once cities becuase there are an unusual amount of cactus in the area. The animals from the city would eat the fruit from the cactus and the seeds would be deposited around the city. Thus there are a lot of tall cactus in the area of the ancient city.

    Since it was early in the morning it was not too hot and the ruins ...