Salta la Linda. A City in the North of Argentina

Salta la Linda. A City in the North of Argentina, Salta, Argentina (B)

I have heard about Salta many times and it was definitely a place I wanted to go while living in South America. Located on the far western north of Argentina, relatively close to the border with Chile and Bolivia, a trip to Salta can bring many adventures. As I live in Chile the road trip we decided to take, spontaneously as it happens most of the time, created for us lots of beautiful memories. I will write for you another post with more details of the trip itself, but today let’s focus on the city of Salta. The city was founded in 1582 by Hernando de Lerma of Tucumán. Today it is commonly called Salta la Linda (Salta the Pretty). In the original language of the Aymara indigenous people the name of the city comes from the word sagta, which translates as beautiful, thus the present name.

Salta is different. It feels different from other regions of Argentina. With a mixture of the Argentinean, Andean and Bolivian cultures, cuisine influence and traditions, Salta will show you distinctive images of Argentina. It is a rather popular place amongst tourists and a lot cheaper than other regions of the country. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Salta la Linda. A City in the North of Argentina
Guide Location: Argentina » Salta
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Anna Nowak
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Plaza 9 de Julio
  • Cathedral of Salta
  • Iglesia San Francisco
  • Iglesia Nuestra Senora de La Candelaria de La Vina
  • Virgen de los Tres Cerritos
  • Cerro San Bernardo
  • Teleferico
  • Salta Cabildo
  • El Patio de la Empanada
  • La Casona del Molino
  • La Céfira
  • Ma Cuisine
  • Chirimoya