We meet from Monday to Saturday at 10am, at España St. 583, in front of the Catedral Basílica de Salta, Argentina.
9th of July Square
Historic Town Hall
San Francisco Church
San Bernardo Convent
Monument to Gral Güemes
Gral. Belgrano Square
Enjoy a walk while you hear the background behind the old colonial town of Salta. We will visit the city hightlights, including the old town hall, the cathedral, the magnificent franciscan convent and learn about the heroes and stories of the most beautiful town in the north of Argentina.
IMPORTANT: We will run our tours with little rain, but unfortunately will have to cancel in case of heavy rain.
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