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  • Maureen S
    Darwin, Australia751 contributions
    We were on a tour from Purmamarca to Humahuaca and then to Salta. This day we covered a lot of ground and felt it was a rushed trip as there was so much to see and do. We stopped briefly at the Painter’s Palette to take photos but would have liked to stay longer and see the varying colours during the day. The mountains were still very spectacular.

    I would recommend an overnight stay in Humahuaca to have time to explore.
    Written 26 April 2020
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  • voyagingknave
    London, UK81 contributions
    To my surprise, in the middle of nowhere 3 kilometers or so from Tilcara was this world class photography exhibition. I took a taxi and had him leave me there. Fortunately the manager was heading back into Tilcara when I was ready to go, otherwise it would've been a long, shade-less walk back to town.

    Beautifully curated photos from known Argentinean photographers and local Jujuy/Salta based artists.

    I went through the exhibition twice to take it all in again. Great work in there. Also a bit of an oasis around it due to irrigation water passing through the grounds. Beautiful surprise. Probably best to have a car (motorcycle might be difficult on the stony road) or a mountain bicycle or have the taxi wait for you.

    they also had a room filled with photography books to lounge around and view work from photographers around the world.
    Written 31 January 2019
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  • Aymeric17
    London, UK12 contributions
    We visited the bodega and had lunch there on a beautiful Sunday in April. We had a wonderful time. The place is gorgeous, between the mountains, at the end of a lost road following the river, it seems time stopped there. The wines are very good, made in small quantity with a craftsmanship focusing on quality (aging in French oak barrels...). This beautiful project is getting bigger and bigger (they are now exporting to France!), thanks to the dedication and passion of Amelia, a truly inspiring woman! We had a lovely lunch talking with her about her passion and tasting her wines. We will never forget this moment! Thank you 😊
    Written 30 April 2019
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  • Steve
    London, UK758 contributions
    This cemetery is well worth a visit if you are passing. Graves are in the hillside and decorated with colourful artificial flowers. The hillside can be climbed and great views await at the top.
    Written 7 October 2017
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  • SivioR17
    15 contributions
    E' un posto cosi' diverso, cosi' pacifico e povero al tempo stesso. Vivi un altro tipo di Natura. In mezzo ad una cavita, dopo una salita hai alle spalle "la citta'" e di fronte un'altra vallata. Riesci ad ascoltare solo il vento, niente altro... Fantastico. Nella citta' c'e' il mercato tipico, prezzi non altissimi come in Tilcara, quindi preferibile comprare qui. Consiglio di andarci a chi piace la natura, anche arida, e vedere una parte del mondo diversa.

    It's a place so different, so peaceful and poor in the same time. You can live another type of Nature. In the middle of a cavity, above a climb (uphill) you have the town in your back and another valley in front. You can hear just the wind, nothing else... Amazing! In the town there is the typical market, pretty cheap not like in Tilcara, i advise to buy here. In general I advise to go in Purmamarca to who likes the nature, dry as well, and see another part of the World.
    Written 24 August 2015
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