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Flying from the US The shortest (and cheapest) flights from the United States depart from Miami and Houston. Chances are if ......Read More
In Buenos Aires, like numerous other airports throughout South America, travelers departing on an international flight are expected to pay ......Read More
There is plentiful international bus service from neighboring countries, with Santiago de Chile to Mendoza being the most popular (there ......Read More
Panajachel, dubbed \'\'Pana,\'\' is usually the first stop for backpackers. Be warned, if an authentic, lakeside experience is what you ......Read More
Belén, located 85 kilometers (52.8 mi) west of Andalgalá along RP-46, is a good base for hiking, horseback riding and ......Read More
Puna Jujeña is a remote altiplano far to the north of San Salvador de Jujuy along RN-9. This area, while ......Read More
Hotel Samay is nothing special, but the rooms are clean, albeit not well-lit, with comfortable beds. Each room has a ......Read More
Hotel Belén is the most extravagant lodging in the area. The hotel, which is only a few years old, has ......Read More
Hotel Gómez is one of the better options in town for backpackers. The price is right for those on a ......Read More
El Único serves regional and traditional Argentine dishes. The steak, topped with a pepper sauce, is an excellent choice, especially ......Read More
The set lunches here are made with care and served in heaping portions: Each plate has nearly a whole chicken, ......Read More
Alvarito specializes in international food. The fairly inexpensive Arabic cuisine is a welcome break from empanadas and tapas. Open Monday-Saturday ......Read More
The Museo Provincial Cóndor Huasi has an impressive collection of Diaguita artifacts. The vast quantity of ceramics, along with bronze ......Read More
The Iglesia Nuestra Señora de Belén was inspired by the cathedral that stands in Catamarca, and was designed and constructed, ......Read More
Plaza Presbítero Olmos de Aguilera is a well-manicured plaza shaded by orange trees and palms. It is lined with several ......Read More
Expect to get about the same offers here as at most of the other tourist agencies. The staff is friendly ......Read More
Ser Andino is another well-respected travel agency located in the vicinity of San Salvador de Jujuy (it's actually in the ......Read More
Elicar Turismo is a respected travel agency that has a lot of experience in national and international tourism. The staff ......Read More
La Hilanderia (Belgrano 592, Tel: 388 424 2875) is a fantastic place to find deals on handmade clothes of sheep ......Read More
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