What bus do I need to take?
Next month, February, 26th or 2th, we wont to move as tourists between these two cities.
I think that is possible by train and bus and...?
please, have you some experience or advise about the best/ comfortable/ good price./ better views, . system to do this trip..
Thanks! VT people is fantastic!
I am looking for safe and clean hotel tips in Salta. Up to 50USD/DBL, private bathroom, breakfast incl., centrally location.
I / we will stay 3 full days in Salta area (24-26 february). I will travel by bus from BsAs to Salta. My questions are:
1. is it worth to stop and spend one day in Cordoba, or is better to enjoy all the time in Salta area.
2.Which hotel, medium price (3stars...) do you advice in the city (better downtown)
3 Which agency or tour is the best to organize the trips in this province
4.The more beautiful places to visit, according your experience..
Well, many questions, but probably a kind VT traveler may write to me.
I give him/her many thanks!!
Which are the most beautiful landscapes to see in Salta? How can I get there? Thanks!!
I am going to be in Salta, Cafayate and Tilcara in late December. Do you think I need to bring hiking boots or just hiking shoes without ankle support. We are going to be doing some hikes but not sure how rocky it is and how much rain there will be. Any advice much appreciated.
I would like to attend a spanish course in Salta. Can someone recommend a good spanish school?
Hello! We'll be visiting Argentina next week. We've been to Buenos Aires in the past, and this time we're going to Salta. In Buenos Aires we found a place to exchange our American dollars for Pesos at a great rate (~7%). Can anyone recommend a place in Salta? We'll be arriving in BA early Sunday morning and our usual place won't be open before we fly on to Salta.
Can foreigners rent cars at the salta airport
Are internal flights expensive ?
What is the best method of car hire in Argentina and can you access Bolivia with an hire car ..?
Is bus or train the best option ?
Is there a bakery that makes custom cakes for birthdays, etc. in salta ?
I am planning a trip in the north of Argentina in October. I have about 2.5 weeks to leave BA and go to Iquazu, and from there go to Salta and onto Mendoza. I would like to see as much terrain as possible when going from one place to the next, however I simply won't have time to do all the legs by bus I don't think. Does anyone have an opinion/advice on the following:
Which is the best bus trip:
- Iguazu to Salta, or
- Salta to Mendoza, or
- Mendoza to Santiago, or
- Mendoza to BA?
Any feedback much appreciated. Adios!
Hi, I'm looking into possible locations for a December vacation of maximum 13 days. I'm hoping to see Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls for sure. I also wanted to see the salt flats in Uyuni, the Tatio Geyser, Moon Valley and around Salta, but I know it'll just be ridiculous to try and fit all this stuff into a 13 day trip. So, I'm wondering if I can see similar types of landscape in and around Salta and maybe stay there for 5 days instead.
In my quick research on VT and Google, I see that there is the Salinas Grandes which looked kind of cool. Can someone let me know if it is indeed a similar type of salt flats to those in Uyuni, but maybe smaller? Are there geysers in the area? I see that many people rented their own cars to visit. My friend and I only know how to drive automatic, so we'll probably have to do tours. Do you know of any good tour companies that do day or overnight trips to these areas?
I know I'll need to do a bit more research in the area but if you have any recommendations to steer me in the right path, please let me know.
I understand that there are direct flights from Buenos Aires -> Salta -> Iguazu -> Buenos Aires offered by Aerolineas Argentina. Will it be cheaper to book these in Argentina or is it pretty much the same price (quoted865) if I just book on their website? Is Aerolineas an acceptable airline?
Thanks very much in advance.
Hi! My Mom and I will be in Salta for 6 days. We would like to move around and possibly get a tour guide for a few days. Can anyone recommend a reliable, English speaking tour guide?
Also, what are your "must see" in Salta?
Cheers, from New York, USA
Hi - We are travelling north Argentina from Salta and hope to get via bus to Calama, Chile. We aim to keep travelling north to Peru.
Does anyone know the best way to travel by road this way? We hope to travel via bus, but happy to look at other options as well.
Hi there, does anybody know the price of the cable car up to Cerro San Bernado? Is it worth the trip, and what is there to see/do at the top? I will have only a little time in Salta and would like to know if this will be a 'must do'! Thanks in advance
I am planing to visit salta and then go back to Mendoza by bus. is there any bus company that make that trip and how many hours does it take?
My wife and I are considering spending a week in the Salta. We wpild appreciate any information on things to do, where to stay, towns to visit in the area etc.
I plan going to Salta by joining a local bus tour from Iguaza to Salta via Tucuman and vice versa. Is the road transport between these two places safe? Grateful for your advice.
Hello. I was considering visiting Salta in the next few months and I don't know much about it except the photos that I have seen. I was interested in seeing the salt flats and some of the gorges. I heard it is generally better to book your trips when you arrive. I was wondering what should one definitely see when I am there. I want to go and see the salt flats and the mountains. I am guessing you can get tours when you arrive. I was wondering how much it would cost and is it possible to do the salt flats and surrounding areas in 1-2 days. Thanks
I am flying into Salta from Bs.As. in a couple weeks and I need to take a bus from Salta capital to a small town in the north of Salta province. I did this several years ago but I don't remember much of anything about the process...
I land in Salta at 2:00 in the afternoon and would like to go to the terminal right away if possible. I feel like a dunce asking all this, but hopefully someone can help me out:
1. Grabbing a taxi from the airport, are they just outside the terminal? Is there a specific company I want to look for? I know in Bs.As. I always use the Manuel Leon, as advised by others, but I don't know what the deal is in Salta.
2. What's the name of the terminal/where do I tell the driver I need to go?
I've checked the schedule on La Veloz website so I should be able to get a bus that afternoon and be on my way.
Thanks for your help and if you see any glaring holes in my plan, or know of any important information I should know that concerns this, please let me know. I'd really appreciate it!
Who knows some nice and more or less affordable (till about 200 pesos per day) accommodation in:
If possible with a website.
Is there any way to travel from Salta to Iguazu by plane, without having to stop in Buenos Aires? I was hoping to fly direct, but cannot seem to find anything. Perhaps there are charter flights available through a local travel agency in Salta? Any suggestions?
How far is Puerto Iguazu by bus from Salta?
How many hours the trip take?
Does anybody know if I can take a bus in the morning or late in the afternoon?
thanx in advance,
Me nad my husband are going to salta and after that we are flying from sao paolo on jan 18th. My question is how do we get from salta to sao pàolo without wasting too much time and money?
We can both fly and take the bus?
i heard that there are buses tyhat goes from salta to iguacu any suggesations on companys?
Thankful for answers
Hola!If I would take the bus to Salta from Buenos Aires how many days would it take. What are the prices? Any links? Is it better to by flight ticket to save time? Best regards/Mikael
"Fuentes empresariales señalaron que en rigor, las primeras dos fechas están programadas para noviembre y diciembre de este año y que a partir de la semana entrante, se empezarán a vender los pasajes para la nueva temporada que arranca en marzo de 2008. La refacción de los 10 vagones que componen el tren y su puesta en marcha insumió alrededor de 45 millones de pesos que invirtió el sector privado y 27 millones más que el gobierno nacional destinó a la refacción de las vías."
It says that the first two runs are scheduled for november and december. And that they will start to sell tickets for the new season (starting in March 2008) the next week.
I'd like to know when the dry season is, if it is smart to visit Salta in mid december.
This is to inform to anyone interested in this tour, that it is said that the train will start running again during next October.