Tucuman Center Hotel

Address: 25 de Mayo 230, San Miguel de Tucuman, Province of Tucuman, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 25 de Mayo 230, San Miguel de Tucuman, is near Museum of Pachamama and El Suri 4X4 Adventure & Overlanding.
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Travel Blogs from San Miguel de Tucuman

A Family Reunion in Tucuman

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick on Mar 27, 2014

2 comments

... and hillsides covered with purple heather. From the wooden cottages to the fields of llamas, it felt a lot more South American. We somehow managed to befriend a dog, who accompanied us on a three-hour walk through the valley and even all the way back to the bus station.

We narrowly avoided having to go paragliding, mountain weather being fickle, but we did go on an open cable car up to a beautiful viewpoint, and Nick has just about got the circulation back in his leg ...

We've run out of countries..

A travel blog entry by v5rcb on Oct 12, 2012

3 comments, 71 photos

... our way and then bumped into them in the restaurant later. The hotel also has a KTM, 800GS and GS Adventure like ours in the car park. These are the only bikers since the USA (czechs excepted) that we have seen let alone talked to. JB also had a nasty surprise - a text from the hotel in Iquique that they had found a wallet of his - it did have 2 credit cards and $200 in it. Came up with a plan for them to send it on to our ...

Independence Day!

A travel blog entry by waydownsouth on Jul 09, 2011

10 photos

... a quick llama ride.

The only downturn of this public holiday was the lack of accomodation available in the city. Tucuman is just starting to become on the backpackers trail and so there are only a handful of hostels, most of which were fully booked. After a long walk around with backpacks, we headed for the tourist agency where a friendly lady rang the remaining hostels and secured us a room in one nearby. They were ...

A Pretty Valley

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie on Mar 03, 2011

20 photos

... thing about travelling by bicycle, motorcycle, or thumb is that you can stop in the small little towns that most other travelers don´t see because they´re restricted to where a bus will take them. All three groups had great stories about places or people they´d seen that were ¨off the beaten path¨. For a few minutes, Logan and I contemplated buying a cheap tent or tarp, some sleeping pads and some blankets to have more of ...

Happiness of discovering turist class on the train

A travel blog entry by chiheb on Oct 01, 2010

5 photos

Flor warned me that trains in Argentina are nothing reliable. But it is cheap so I decided to experience it anyway. I got back to Rosario to take the train being on time not to miss it. Nothing was coming and nobody would tell you anything so after one hour I asked what was going on and discovered that someone committed suicide putting his car on the railway. They had to wait the police and do the papers before resuming the journey. Six hour later, the train finally arrived and we were ...