Salta, Jujuy, & the Colorful Northwest of Argentina
Travel to Salta & Cafayate on a 4* & 5* Northwest Argentina tour. Experience the Train to the Clouds, Torrontes wines, markets & desert landscapes.
Travel to Salta and the northwest of Argentina, and fall in love with the incredible natural beauty, the rich colonial heritage and Jesuit churches, and wineries with delicious Torrontes wine. Cafayate is known as the second-most important wine region in Argentina, behind Mendoza, and Salta has some up-and-coming wineries as well.Customize your Salta & Jujuy Tours
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Top Salta & Jujuy Tours
|Salta Argentina Adventure Tour||$ 1200||5 Days / 4 Nights||Salta Adventure Tour - Tour Extension|
|The Northern Express: Salta, Cafayate & Purmamarca||$ 1100||6 Days / 5 Nights||Northern Argentina Tour Extension|
|Salta to Cafayate Wine Route||$ 1230||5 Days / 4 Nights||Discover the wines of Cafayate in the Valley of the Calchaquies - Tour Extension|
|Wonders of Northern Argentina||$ 1220||8 Days / 7 Nights||Salta, Cafayate, & Tucuman - Tour Extension|
|Train to the Clouds & Tucuman-Buenos Aires Railway Journey||$ 1970||10 Days / 9 Nights||Argentina Salta Train to Tucuman & Buenos Aires|
Salta is most famous for the Train to the Clouds, which whisks its passengers up into the Andes Mountains along a route that was engineered to carry freight, without the aid of a braking system. This amazing train route offers spectacular scenery and is a thrilling ride. Salta is also known as an important colonial-era town, and has some interesting architecture, including the Church of St Francis. Other great sites to visit in Argentina's northwest include Humahuaca, Purmamarca, and the Hill of Seven Colors. In Cordoba, there are wineries and Jesuit missions to explore, and the city of Cordoba is interesting to visit itself. This university city has colonial architecture, a Jesuit monastery and cathedral, and several bars and cafes.