Norte Rupestre

Ambrosetti y Castaneda, Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4624, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ambrosetti y Castaneda, Tilcara.
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    Travel Blogs from Tilcara

    New Year, New Country

    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Jan 01, 2014

    32 photos

    ... e le facce della gente ti ricordano di continuo quanto vicina sia la Bolivia e quanto ti stia allontanando dall'Argentina e dalle origini europee di chi vi abita. Sulla via di ritorno, il caos: una fila lunga chilometri causata dall'ennesimo temporale che ha inondato la strada con un fiume di fango; abbiamo pazientato un po' a bordo, ma non volendo passare il capodanno sui sedili di un autobus, ci siamo fatti gli ultimi tre chilometri a piedi fino a Tilcara, per raggiungere ...

    Cactuses, mountains and llama meat

    A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Feb 19, 2013

    2 comments, 72 photos

    Somehow we were still in Argentina!
    Our plan was already to be in Bolivia in this time but we kept finding little mountain villages and hearing more recommendations so couldn't drag ourselves away that fast!
    First we got side-tracked in Tilcara, a small village of around 5600 people, at about 2500 m high in the Andes.
    Part of the reason we ended up spending three nights here was the wonderful hostel we found. Beautiful modern ...

    It didn't fall 'flat' (geddit?!)

    A travel blog entry by lucyandgea on Jul 08, 2012

    ... the vast, bleak flats, left from sea water. These were overwhelming, beautiful and pretty much deserted, so we walked for an hour or so, and helped our new American companions take some cheesy visual-effect pictures. And ok, we took some too, but... After this, we explored the market at Purmamarca, but were slightly put off by the vast amounts of tourists (how dare they?!), for whom the town is a popular destination. Naturally, we exclude ourselves from this group, because we ...

    The Long Road Trip - Purmamarca

    A travel blog entry by mnasf on Aug 10, 2011

    ... fascinating, and it is dificult to say how much longer it will survive.

    Our next stop was at the Tropic of Carpicorn. It helped us to realize how far north in Argenina we were. We also stopped at a gift store that had a giant stone Lama out front. We stopped and took pictures of the gift show, but did not shop. We had so much to see and very little time to see everything.

    We arrived in Purmamarca right around noon. ...

    Llama burgers and major religious processions

    A travel blog entry by coco_rosie on Apr 18, 2011

    2 photos

    ... have known that this tiny hostel in the middle of the desert was home to a major religious procession,with the streets flooded by drum-beating young catholics? A more bizarre site I couldn't have imagined. A village the size of a small hamlet becomes home to thousands of poncho wearing Andeans for one night only, as they are received into the church before beginning a seven day pilgrimage up to a tiny church in the mountains. It was an ...