No visit to Uspallata would be complete without at least a coffee in this little oddity. The food is nothing spectacular, but the decor, comprising leftover props from Seven Years in Tibet, is a must for fans of the…
A kilometer north of the highway junction in Uspallata, a signed lateral leads to ruins and a museum at the Museo Las Bóvedas, a smelting site since pre-Columbian times.
This is the coziest and most reliable parrilla in town, serving all the usual, plus a good roasted chivo (goat).
An easy 8km walk north of town brings you to Cerro Tunduqueral, where you’ll find sweeping views and Inca rock carvings.