Salta

It is renowned for its majestic landscapes, the history of its
centuries-old towns, the highest Wine Route in the world,
and the famous Train to the Clouds.

It dazzles with the aridness of the Puna, the desert Quebrada and the Calchaquí Valleys with the lush Yungas forest, the volcanoes and salt lakes ideal for enjoying nature, cultural, community-based rural and religious tourism.

In the mountains of the Quebrada, the communities maintain ancestral practices and beliefs that are intertwined with pre-Columbian tangible testimonies and vestiges of colonial life.

The City of Salta is the capital, also known as Salta “La Linda” (beautiful Salta). It amazes with its colonial constructions, historical museums that show the history of indigenous peoples, squares and historical monuments.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Northern Region

Capital

Salta

Average annual temperature

20°C

Population

1,333,365 inhabitants

Administrative division

60 municipalities. The main cities are Salta, Cafayate, Cerrillos, General Güemes, Tartagal, San José de Metán, San Ramón de la Nueva Orán, Rosario de la Frontera, and Rosario de Lerma

River Regime

Between 200 mm and 1,000 mm per year

Surface area

155,488 Km²

Climate

Subtropical mountain with dry season. Semi-arid with dry season. Andean arid

Relief

High mountains, plains, valleys and quebradas.

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