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6 days in the north of Argentina

28 mayo, 2019


Argentina is much more than tango and soccer, it is a country that has wonderful natural landscapes. With images we tell you some fantastic places that you can travel in six days when traveling to Argentina.


La Catedral Basílica de Salta y Santuario del Señor y la Virgen del Milagro.

In the North of Argentina you will find fantastic places that you can visit in six daysIt is located in the center of the city of Salta, it is a majestic and spiritual place that enchants for its bright golden colors and for the peace that one feels when entering the place. On June 14, 1941 it was declared a National Historical Monument.



It is the youngest city in the Calchaquí Valleys and is internationally recognized for the strains of its wines. Torrontés is one of the best known wineries, when you visit it you can taste the artisanal or industrial type wine. On the way you will see beautiful green fields and farms with colonial architecture.


El Cerro de los Siete Colores

This hill gets its name from the range of orange, green and reddish colors that are reflected from sunrise to sunset. The natural rainbow is made up of marine, lacustrine and fluvial sediments that have been deposited in the area for centuries. The landscape is postcard you can walk there, the place is located on the outskirts of the town of Purmamarca.


Pulcará de Tilcará

It is a magical place that preserves the history that thousands of years ago the aborigines who came to the area built. There are the houses of different sizes where the old settlers lived, the place where religious cults were held and the pyramid, a sculpture that was built as a tribute to the archaeologists who discovered the place. You will travel to the past to learn stories of immemorial times.


Salinas Grandes de Argentina

It is one of the most beautiful white areas in the country and is the third largest salt flat in South America. It is located between the provinces of Salta and Jujuy. According to the scientists, it is a chemical-evaporite sediment that is divided into three types of zones: polygonal salt, saline efflorescence and silt. In the place the explanation in detail is given by the workers who remain in the place and receive visitors with all kindness.


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