San Salvador de Jujuy
The city of San Salvador de Jujuy, the provincial capital, is nestled in a valley run through by the Grande and Xibi-Xibi (Chico) rivers. This city is 1,259 meters above sea level and has a population of approximately 300 thousand inhabitants. The province’s splendor at the end of the 19th Century and the beginning of the 20th Century is still evident in the buildings of the historical center, true treasures of architecture. It combines a colonial style with modern constructions and presents comfortable facilities such as hotels, cabins, inns, restaurants and cafes. It also features an important shopping mall where tourists can acquire all kinds of hand-made and regional souvenirs that reflect the tradition, history and culture of this region.
Colors, feelings, culture, landscapes, calmness, kindness, scents and flavors await visitors.
Jujuy, as tourist destination for events, reflects the perfect harmony between traditional customs and cultural and historical heritage in a beautiful setting, ideal for the organization of any kind of event or congress. Its variety of hotels, together with its regional and international gastronomy, combines with the natural virtues of an exceptional place suitable for hosting all kinds of sports, academic and business activities.
HOW TO GET THERE
Flights from Aerolíneas Argentinas and Andes Líneas Aéreas arrive and depart from Dr. Horacio Guzmán International Airport, located in Perico, 32 km (20 mi) away from the capital.
It connects with Buenos Aires and the provinces in the central area of the country by means of the National Routes 9 and 34. The National Route 40, the longest in the country, is another option to access Jujuy. The province connects with Chile through the Jama border crossing, and with Bolivia through the La Quiaca – Villazón international bridge.
Secretariat of Tourism and Culture of Jujuy
Phone: +54388 - 4221343 / 4221326 / 4221325 / 4249501
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