What to see and do in San Salvador de Jujuy
- Published: Wednesday, 03 August 2016 00:19
One of the main cities of northern Argentina is the town of San Salvador de Jujuy, capital of the homonymous province. What to see in the capital of the province of Jujuy? What can you do here? These are questions that we will answer you through this short article...
The city of San Salvador de Jujuy has several historic attractions to explore and learn as the Cathedral, which was declared a National Historic Landmark, its construction dates from the seventeenth century. Inside can be artistic and historical objects.
Other buildings to see are the Provincial Archaeological Museum and Government House and Hall of Allegiance.
Add to the tourist proposals of the capital of Jujuy walking the walk of artisans located opposite the Plaza Belgrano.
A trip to Humahuaca Gorge
Of course the City of San Salvador de Jujuy is a good starting point to explore the Quebrada de Humahuaca. Here you can start the tour to know the group of villages that are located to the side of National Route 9. Some of the typical populations and locations that can be known are Tumbaya, Purmamarca, Tilcara and Humahuaca.
Spas and nature just in a few kilometers
A few kilometers from the capital of Jujuy can reach a thermal place: Termas de Reyes. Its waters are reputed to be very good for different treatments and skin conditions.
Another proposal is to visit the Dique Los Alisos, where beautiful views can be obtained. There are places where you can camp, swimming pools and courts for different sports.
A mere 26 kilometers from the city is Lagunas de Yala, site which is accessed through National Route 9. It is a set of six lagoons of great scenic beauty ideal place to be in touch with nature and rest.