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Day 1 : Walking City tour of Salta

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Day 1 Walking City tour of Salta

The city of Salta was founded in 1582. With its Hispanic character, this city is like none other in Argentina. Set out from your hotel this morning with your guide for a walking tour of this beautiful city. Head to “9 de Julio” main square to view the most important buildings located around it. You will visit the interior of Salta’s Cathedral, where you can see the Sanctuary of El Señor & La Virgen del Milagro (The Miracle Lord and Virgin). Next, walk to El Cabildo (The Town Hal), which used to be the main Government building curing colonial times and nowadays is the Northern Historical Museum. From El Cabildo, continue through Caseros St. until you reach San Francisco’s Church. Continue on until the San Bernardo Convent, the oldest building in the City. From this point, walk to San Martin Park for an optional visit to San Bernardo hill to get panoramic views of the City and the Lerma Valley (cable car fee not included). Return to your hotel this afternoon.
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