Salta
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  • Salta: 2-hour Guided Walking Tour in Spanish

    1. Salta: 2-hour Guided Walking Tour in Spanish

    Discover the city of Salta on a 2-hour guided walking tour through the city center with a local guide. Receive a complete overview of the main historical monuments and the most beautiful squares as you explore the city on foot.  Start the tour at the main city square, called Plaza 9 de Julio where you can take the opportunity to enter the stunning Cathedral of Salta. A short distance away, also step inside the beautiful San Francisco Church, where you can admire the incredible decor and architecture. Continue the tour past numerous historic buildings including the High Mountain Museum, former Government House, Provincial Theater, Cabildo, Caseros Street, Salta Hotel, San Francisco Convent, Bicentennial Avenue, Monument to Güemes, Paseo Güemes, gastronomic zone, Av. Belgrano.

  • From Salta: Day Trip to Cachi and the Calchaquí Valleys

    2. From Salta: Day Trip to Cachi and the Calchaquí Valleys

    Get to know the most beautiful landscapes of the Calchaquí Valleys and the magical town of Cachi on a full-day bus excursion from Salta. After departing from central Salta, head through the Lerma Valley. Then, enter the Quebrada de los Laureles, where you can admire the landscape of Yungas forest. On the Cuesta del Obispo hill, admire the panorama of the entire Encantado Valley and enjoy spectacular views of the windy road you have just traveled up. Head to Piedra del Molino where you will reach the highest point of 3,384 m above sea level. Continue through the Straight of Tin-Tin and Payogasta until you reach Cachi, a small town known for its adobe houses and white colonial buildings. When you arrive, visit the Museo Arqueológico de Cachi Pío Pablo Díaz, a museum of locally excavated artifacts, some dating back 10,000 years. Just round the corner, step inside the Iglesia San José - a b...

    The guides were excellent, especially our English translator. Very knowledgable and explained everything as we went along. Always willing to take our photograph and tell us where the best places to eat were.

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What people are saying about Salta

The pleasant variety of landscapes was incredible, from the domesticated yunga, to the "forest" of cacti that were lost on the horizon on the Inca trail of Tintin. Or the caracoleante climb up the slope of the Bishop and the Cachi museum.

The guides were excellent, especially our English translator. Very knowledgable and explained everything as we went along. Always willing to take our photograph and tell us where the best places to eat were.

Various natural landscapes during the trip with ample opportunity for stops for admiring / photographing. The entire area is well worth a visit. Bus ride and guide well cared for.

Excellent organization, warm company of the guide Elena and the driver Pepe in addition to the wonders of the Calchaqui landscape

It was necessary to reprogram it (eros only two) and the alternative of doing it in a vehicle, (bus) was superior and deeper.