Tucumán

Indigenous peoples, sacred cities, archeological
sites and quality regional gastronomy.

Diverse landscapes located at short distances from one another and complemented by the practices and traditions of indigenous peoples allow enjoying cultural, religious, archeological and community-based rural tourism.

Tafí del Valle, Amaicha del Valle, El Mollar and Colalao del Valle are some of the must-visit towns in the Calchaquí Valleys. The Menhirs Archeological Reserve, with granite stones carved over 2,000 years ago by the first indigenous peoples of the area; and the Yungas or mountain forests are some of the must-see attractions.

San Miguel de Tucumán is the capital of the province, known for its historical and cultural richness where the Historical House of Independence stands out.

PROVINCE DATA

Location

Northern Region

Capital

San Miguel de Tucumán

Average annual temperature

Between 13° C and 25° C

Population

1,767,500​ inhabitants

Administrative division

19 municipalities. The main cities are San Miguel de Tucumán, Concepción, Banda del Río Salí, Tafí Viejo, Yerba Buena, Aguilares, Monteros, Lules, and Bella Vista

River Regime

1,000 mm per year

Surface area

22,524 Km²

Climate

Subtropical with dry season

Relief

High monte, plain

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Province Tucumán

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