Tarija

21. jan. 2019 - 22. jan. 2019

2 gjester - 1 rom

Trenger du litt inspirasjon til hvor du skal bo? Førsteklasses billige hoteller i Tarija inkluderer La Cúpula Hostel and Camping, Grand Hotel Tarija og Edificio Centro A Dos Cuadras de la Plaza Principal basert på våre brukervurderinger. Skyscanner hotels er en hurtig, gratis og enkel måte å organisere oppholdet ditt på. På noen få klikk kan du enkelt søke, sammenligne og bestille din overnatting i Tarija ved å klikke direkte gjennom til hotellet eller reisebyråets nettsider. Ingen avgifter er lagt til oppholdet ved å bestille hos oss. For å komme i gang, legg ganske enkelt til de valgte reisedatoene til søkeboksen over og la oss finne billige hotelltilbud for deg. Eller alternativt, velg fra hotellalternativene ovenfor.

Hva sier de reisende om Tarija?

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Backpackere
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Kunst- & designelskere
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Historieentusiaster
7,7
Hipstere
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Damer som reiser alene
Medlemsvurderinger (5)
Stephanie Frias
Stephanie FriasSanta Cruz de la Sierra
07.01.2019

Tarija is a beautiful, old city that is the capital of the Tarija province. Full of incredible parks and historical buildings, and a wonderfully warm climate! It's really a great place to warm up if you've been traveling through the cold parts of Bolivia from La Paz to Uyuni! There are so many interesting things to see and do, and the city is very pedestrian friendly!

Scott Stone
Scott StoneNew York City
23.08.2015

Located in southern Bolivia I found this very attractive town with rich colonial architecture almost having more of an "Argentine feel." One of the reasons is the grilling of meats BBQ style (so common in Argentina - not in Bolivia) The main square is lovely with towering palm trees and cafes/restaurants ringing it. In addition to this, this is the most famous wine region in the country (they produce the highest elevated wines in the world).

Daniel Mason-D'Croz
Daniel Mason-D'CrozBrisbane
20.11.2012

Tarija is a sleepy city at the heart of Bolivia's wine country. The culture of Tarija is heavily influenced by Argentina, so make sure you enjoy plenty of good wine, and great steak. Also try to check out a peña and listen to lively local music like chacareras and cuecas

Nomadic by Nature
Nomadic by NatureNairobi
06.01.2017

A sleepy little part of Bolivia that produces wine, and usually steers clear from the political strife of the rest of the country. Some nice waterfalls, and a good place to grab some steak.

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