Located in the north-west of the Argentine Republic, the province of Salta borders the province of Jujuy and Bolivia to the North; the provinces of Formosa and Chaco and Paraguay to the East; the provinces of Santiago del Estero, Tucumán and Catamarca to the South; and the province of Jujuy and Chile to the West. Because of its geographical position, Salta serves as a communications hub between the north of Chile, the Argentinean north-west and the bordering territories of Bolivia and Paraguay.
Enjoy the city day and night
Solar de la Plaza Hotel is located just 5 blocks away from 9 de Julio Square and the city’s historic centre, with its churches, museums, traditional buildings and colonial houses. Another attraction in Salta is its great variety of culinary delights and shops, like galleries, design stores and arts and crafts.
Night life in Salta
Night life in Salta is very active and safe. The city centre comes alive at night with its illuminated buildings and colonial-style street lights. Balcarce Street, just three blocks away from the hotel, is another gastronomic and entertainment area of the city. The street is very busy at night and tourists can choose from a wide variety of exclusive restaurants and folklore “peñas.”
Programmes and Excursions
Cultural heritage, historical circuits and scenic landscapes are just some of the attractions which the province of Salta offers to visitors. The range of activities and tours is varied, not only in the capital city and surrounding area, but also in the highlands, valleys and ravines.
Cabra Corral Dam, Cafayate, Cachi, Calchaquí Valleys, Quebrada del Toro, San Antonio de los Cobres, La Poma, and Iruya; also, Quebrada de Humahuaca and Salinas Grandes in Jujuy.