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Amérian Tucuman Apart And Suites
Amérian Tucuman Apart And Suites
3.5 out of 5
Santiago De Estero 425, Tucuman, Tucuman
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The price is $54 per night from Sep 25 to Sep 25
4.3/5Excellent! (86 reviews)
"Great location with nice clean rooms. Rooms were a little small but they serve their purpose for a good night's rest. Ideal location near to many nice restaurants and main streets."

Reviewed on Jan 2, 2017

Amérian Tucuman Apart And Suites
Garden Plaza
Garden Plaza
3 out of 5
Laprida 35, Tucuman
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $57 per night from Sep 20 to Sep 20
4/5Very Good! (1 review)
"Estuvo bien. Quizás apaprebtavuna estrella menos de la que ostenta."

Reviewed on Jul 16, 2021

Garden Plaza
Estancia las Carreras
Estancia las Carreras
3.5 out of 5
Ruta Provincial 325 Km 13, El Mollar, Tucuman
4.7/5Exceptional! (40 reviews)
"It was not our first time, we came back because we loved the hotel and the location. This time we came back with friends to celebrate my birthday and it was an amazing experience, the hotel staff was very friendly and was able to accommodate all our needs."

Reviewed on Jun 24, 2019

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Top things to do in Tucuman Province

Tucuman (province)

This province encompasses Argentina’s fifth-largest city and a diverse landscape of mountains and valleys that provides a picturesque backdrop for adventure sports.

Explore one of Argentina’s most densely populated provinces, Tucumán, to see its bustling metropolitan capital city and the surrounding small towns. Head to the mountains to go hang gliding off of dramatic cliff edges, feast on local cuisine at family-owned restaurants and visit historic sites that played a key role in Argentina’s quest for independence.

Tucumán’s nickname is the “Garden of the Republic” because of its high number of spring blooms. Travel through the province and you’ll soon encounter vast fields of sugarcane, evidence of Tucumán’s agricultural roots. 

Plan a trip to the capital city, San Miguel de Tucumán. Warm temperatures combined with elegant architecture make this a popular stop-off for tourists. Admire the towering religious structures such as the neoclassical Catedral and Iglesia San Francisco. Take a tour of the House of Tucumán, where congressmen gathered in 1816 to declare Argentina’s independence.

Travel to the west of Tucumán to go hiking or mountain biking in Tafí del Valle. This village nestled between mountains provides plenty of open space in which to get active. Take an excursion to Los Sasos River and go sport fishing at La Angostura Dam. Tafí del Valle’s sister town, Amaicha del Valle, is another popular destination for exploring the Calchaqui Valleys. 

Discover fascinating archeological ruins scattered across the province. Among the most notable are the Quilmes Ruins, the site of what was once one of the largest pre-Columbian settlements in the country. Many ruins in the smaller towns are still largely unexplored.

Don’t leave Tucumán without trying regional delicacies such as empanadas, which are often served as the starting course for lunch or dinner. Spicy tamales are also popular. Practice your Spanish with the locals who run the inns and restaurants. 

Renting a car is the most flexible way to travel around Tucumán, but you can also take a bus to the province from most mid-sized and large Argentinian cities. Alternatively, hop on a weekly scheduled train from Buenos Aires. 

Experience modern-day metropolitan Argentina as well as the fascinating remains of centuries-old settlements in captivating Tucumán.

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