These ruins are the remains of town built by the local natives, the Quilmes, who resisted here the invasion of the Spanish forces for many years, until they had to surrender. The place is one of the most important archelogical sites in the country. There is also a museum with different objects and descriptions of the Quilmes' everyday life, and a...more
This 3000sq-meter compound completely covered with stones is home to a museum showcasing different elements of the aboriginal culture dating back to 800 BC. You'll be able to see their craft, utensils, garments, and scenes of their everyday life. There are rooms devoted to Geology, Anthropology, and local Arts and Painting as well. For some...more
Imagine you just happen to pay a visit to a neighbour with the difference that you dont know her and have to pay for the empanadas they sell. Real local food there watching tv in their own dining room while have some beer.
The bus fares are about A$ 2 per hr which compared to our (european) standards is very cheap!The bustrip we did was from Taffi de Valle (see the taffi site) to Amaicha and cost us 16 pesos per person for the trip of 6 hrs.the easiest way to a bus ticket is to go to the bus station a couple of days before.In Amaicha you don't need a bus!more
We took a tour with "Suri tours" the tour guide speaks English and is very friendly he explains everything you ask and doesn't watch the clock all the time the tour we took was for half a day but ended up to be the whole day! (without extra charges!)
we even had a great lunch and tried all the local dishes!
soon i will add more to this page!
incl. the website and adress
According to some reseach by the National Office of Sports and Recreation, Amaicha is the ideal spot for the practice of high-performance sports and activities, such as biking or running, due to its micro-climate conditions, considered to be among the best in the world. The average temperatures are 21°C (70°F) in summer, and 9°C (48°F) in winter.