Salta Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Cachi, a tiny pueblo of only 5,000 people in northwestern Argentina, offers visitors a blissfully quiet base for exploring the Calchaquí Valley and ...  Read more

Quebrada de las Conchas

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

The first 30 miles (50 km) of the road from Cafayate to Salta in northwestern Argentina has become a tourist destination in its own right, in large part due to ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Considered one of Argentina’s most postcard-worthy towns, Purmamarca lies in the province of Jujuy just north of Salta, beneath the shadows of the spectacular ...  Read more

Vasija Secreta Winery

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Some 150 years ago, European immigrants discovered the excellent high altitude wine growing conditions of Salta. In 1857 a pair of Spanish families joined ...  Read more

Salinas Grandes

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

One of the most otherworldly sights to see in the Salta area is Salinas Grandes, a giant salt plain that seems to glisten in the sunlight and spread out as far ...  Read more

San Salvador de Jujuy

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

San Salvador de Jujuy is the capital city of the Jujuy province in Argentina. The city is more culturally indigenous than any other city in Argentina. It is ...  Read more


3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Pucará de Tilcara was a fortification from pre-Inca times that is located outside the village of Tilcara about an hour north of San Salvador de Jujuy, ...  Read more

Acsibi Caves

Tucked in the Calchaquíes Valley lie a series of caves carved by Mother Nature from the red sandstone of the area. Accessible only on foot, the caves ...  Read more

Bodega Domingo Hermanos

Bodega Domingo Hermanos began producing wines in the 1960s, taking advantage of the high-altitude conditions of Salta. Today, the winery has a tank capacity ...  Read more

Bodega El Tránsito

In the late nineteenth century, an Italian immigrant left his home in Rosciolo and began making wine in Cafayate. Bodega El Tránsito moved to a new ...  Read more


The town of Cafayate and the region that surrounds it have earned the nickname “Tuscany of Argentina” for its position as the nation’s second major wine ...  Read more

Calchaqui Valley

The Calchaqui Valley in northwestern Argentina is one of the country’s most spectacular natural wonders—an often overlooked gem replete with picturesque ...  Read more

Cathedral of Salta

The Cathedral of Salta was declared a National Historical Monument on July 14, 1941. The current church is actually the fourth church built in its location in ...  Read more

Cuesta del Obispo (Bishop’s Slope)

Cuesta del Obispo, or Bishop’s Slope, is a hill southwest of Salta, Argentina along the way to the village of Cachí. Its name derives from the 1600s when ...  Read more

Cultural Center of the Americas (Centro Cultural America)

The Cultural Center of the Americas is a building and organization dedicated to celebrating and promoting cultural events in Salta, Argentina. Events held ...  Read more

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