Casa Hernandez

Hernandez 406, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4401, Argentina | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Salta

Journey to the Wild (North) West of Argentina..

A travel blog entry by adriennelim


We were deciding between freezing our asses off down south in Patagonia or freezing our asses off less in Salta in the north west region of Argentina - after doing much research, we decide that Salta is a good option to spend a few days before making our way to Bolivia. It sits just beneath the Andes mountains and we can do several day trips to see …

Salta - First Stop in Argentina

A travel blog entry by rhampshire


Dont cry for me Argentina the truth is I never left you.........

Our plan was to get from Bolivia to Argentina but we werent sure how easy it would be. So we got a mini-bus from Tupiza to Villazon in Bolivia which took about an hour. From there we had to find the border which was fairly easy but then we had to get through immigration. …

Bus trip.....a doddle!

A travel blog entry by caryharri


Just a quick note, to let you know that we arrived safely in Salta after out 23 Hour bus trip. All in all a very plesant experience. We travelled through some amazing scenery, and now happy that I have at last seen some cows and gauchos! Our tour guide has done a good job with our accomadation tonight!! just a shame that we are missing one night …

San Lorenzo - back again

A travel blog entry by candcthai


We had heard great things of Salta and Jujuy provinces in the north of Argentina. This is where most Argentines take their holidays so surely they can't be wrong? They are not! Argentina is a very large country and is tremendously varied in terms of its scenery which, as it is approximately 4000 kilometres from top to bottom, I suppose it is bound …

Colonial Salta

A travel blog entry by varney


Left Mendoza at 20:00 (after paying the obligatory 'tip' of ARS2 per bag to the baggage guy loading the bus) and arrived in Salta the next day at around 14:30 (again having to pay ARS2 to recover our bags).
This whole 'tipping' the baggage guy is definitely an Argentinian thing. First got hit with it leaving Chile (on an Argentinian bus). The accepted rate is ARS2 per bag. Sometimes you get away without paying, ...

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