Santiago del Estero

It is known for Termas de Río Hondo,
the largest hot springs in Latin America.

Its forests, quebracho forests and grasslands make Santiago del Estero a must-visit destination for nature lovers and bird and wildlife watchers.

Río Hondo is the main thermal center of the country with thermal water parks and hotels that combine comfort and quality services with the experience in these hot springs. The city also has a promenade and distinguishing cultural attractions.

Santiago del Estero is the capital of the province and the oldest city of the country, the mother city of cities and the cradle of folklore, and it is also known for its musicians and composers.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Northern Region

Capital

Santiago del Estero

Average annual temperature

24 °C

Population

874,006 inhabitants

Administrative division

28 municipalities. The main cities are Santiago del Estero, La Banda, Termas de Río Hondo, Frías, and Añatuya

River Regime

860 mm per year

Surface area

136,351 Km²

Climate

Continental semi-tropical with dry season

Relief

Plain

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Province Santiago del Estero

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