Hotel Carlos V

Address: 25 de Mayo 330, San Miguel de Tucuman, Province of Tucuman, Northern Argentina, 4000, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 25 de Mayo 330, San Miguel de Tucuman, is near Museum of Pachamama and El Suri 4X4 Adventure & Overlanding.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carlos V San Miguel de Tucuman

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Tucuman

    46. Tucuman it's hot

    A travel blog entry by kesvic2013 on Mar 14, 2014

    ... lasted a long time - until 6am. We found it quite difficult to stay awake and get into it and more booze would have helped. While there were some very drunk people there, a lot of Argentinians don't seem to drink too much and we found it impressive that they can be sober and up all through the night. Anyway, the routine after a night out is to get a Milanesa sandwich - breaded meat. Tucuman is the home of these sandwiches and it was very tasty ...

    Hitting the towns…

    A travel blog entry by conor_annabel on Mar 25, 2012

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... about it, as it’s a big part of the South America she wanted to see. After a full day in Alta Gracia we went to get the bus back to Cordoba.

    We had decided to have four days in Cordoba and in our last full day we only wanted to checkout two museums, so we had a gloriously lazy morning watching a film! Luxury! After our relaxing it was midday so we decided we had better head out. First we headed to an art museum that Vanessa had mentioned to ...

    A Pretty Valley

    A travel blog entry by loganandkatie on Mar 03, 2011

    20 photos

    We just left this place a few hours ago. The reason we went was because our guidebook said there was a nice downhill bike ride we could do along a river with a whole bunch of swimming holes. So, of course, we didn´t do the bike ride. Instead, we took a walk half way to a lake and sat on some rocks overlooking the city and the lake and ate salami, cheese, bread and wine. It was the first time we´d had salami and the first time ...

    History

    A travel blog entry by riege on Aug 30, 2010

    10 photos

    ... arid landscape and over the Infiernillo Pass at 3040m with some spectacular views. In Quilmes there are some impressive ruins. You can see an intricate web of walls bulit into the mountain side, where 5000 members of a Diaguita tribe lived, resisting the Inca and then the Spanish domination. As a last stop on the way back we visited some Jesuit ruins de San José del Monte de los Indios in ...

    Pocas más iglesias y un río lento en Tucumán

    A travel blog entry by vickicooper on Mar 08, 2010

    6 comments, 7 photos

    ... too much. The show was about an hour long and consisted of a recorded narrative (in Spanish) all about the independence era, with a few colourful lights to make it more visually appealing. However, I think that most people were more interested in watching the antics of the random cat that was walking around and disturbing the light effects! Although it was all in Spanish, it was pretty clear and I understood most ...