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Information about Salta:
In this section you can find tickets to Buenos Aires, from Salta.
The city of Salta is one of the most important in northern Argentina, noted for its cuisine, music and landscape, it is established as one of the mandatory destinations within the tourist route of the country, it is the capital of the homonymous province.
The most visited points of this town in the north of the country are: Salta Cathedral, the Natural Amphitheater, San Bernardo Hill, San Francisco Church, Bishop's Hill, the Cloud Train and the Salinas Grandes. Broadly speaking, it is possible to see the natural and historical heritage that Salta has, "the pretty one".
As previously mentioned, this province has a famous cuisine highlighted by the traditional and folklore that it entails in each of its meals and drinks. Empanadas, roasts and different varieties of wines make this northern territory one of the most recognized in Argentina for its culinary history.
As a main point of visit throughout Latin America we find the Train of Las Nubes, from there you can contemplate the diversity of flora and fauna of the entire city of Salta.
Some towns near the city of Salta are: Tilcara, San Salvador de Jujuy, San Ramón de la Nueva Orán, San Pedro de Jujuy, Joaquín V. González, Monte Quemado, Metán, Cafayate and San Miguel de Tucumán.
We provide some information about departures to Buenos Aires from Salta:
Departure times: 11:30 a.m., 12:45 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
It is possible to travel with the long distance micro companies: Balut, El Rapido Internacional and VOSA, among other companies.
We give you some tips if you plan to travel to Salta:
- If you plan on touring the city, it is often convenient to rent a car
- A celebration many times little known, but highly recommended is La Pachamama Ceremony
- An attraction often ignored is the hill of the virgin and its cave
- If you travel to Salta, you may want to take advantage and also take a 1-day excursion to Salinas Grandes and Purmamarca, or to Cafayate
- Many times the road to Iruya is not recommended by own car, due to the state of the roads
- If you plan to make the train trip to Las Nubes, remember that there are only departures on Tuesdays and Saturdays, so it is convenient to book in advance
- Remember that Salta is a city located in an area of high altitude, so there are many people who take a few days to get used to it
Here you can find information about the Salta Terminal.
Information about Buenos Aires:
The City of Buenos Aires, also called CABA (or Autonomous City of Buenos Aires), is, by far, the most visited city in the country. It also has the Bus Terminal from where more buses leave and arrive more throughout Argentina, the Retiro Bus Terminal Station, although it has other terminals such as Liniers Terminal, Morón Terminal, Saaverda Bridge and San Just to name some of the busiest.
If you plan to travel to Buenos Aires by bus, some points you can not miss are: La Boca, Plaza Francia, Avenida de Mayo, Recoleta, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Basilica of the Blessed Sacrament, football stadiums such as "The Monumental" or "La Bombonera", Puerto Madero, San Telmo, and many other points of interest, is a city with many activities and points of interest to travel.
On this same page you can buy your tickets online, with the option of paying by credit card and in installments.
Tips on the Retiro Bus Terminal, Buenos Aires:
The Retirement Terminal is located around 300 meters from the Retiro Railway Station. Buses depart from the Terminal with destinations to almost all Argentine provinces and to numerous neighboring countries in Argentina.
The Terminal has about 390 meters and 3 different levels. The first level of the Terminal (ground floor) is where the parcel services, parking (parking) and other services are located. The second level is where the long-distance buses leave, where the departure and arrival platforms are located, also at this level are the commercial premises. The third and last floor is where the ticket offices to buy tickets and the bank are located.
Some more information about the Retirement Terminal: the number of reports from the Terminal is +54 11 4310-0700, the email is firstname.lastname@example.org
We give you some tips if you plan to travel to Buenos Aires:
- You must visit the most emblematic neighborhoods of the city: La Boca, San Telmo, Palermo, Puerto Madero, Belgrano
- Don't forget to visit the Art Museum
- Remember that Buenos Aires is a very large city, and like every large Latin American city, it has somewhat high levels of insecurity. Do not neglect your belongings, or walk through non-tourist areas at night!
- It is ideal to travel during Easter, as there is not so much crowding, but still, there is a gastronomic and tourist offer
- Some other safety recommendations are: do not change money on the street, pay with change in taxis
- Remember that there are buses / microphones 24 hours a day, and the metro / subway stations close at around 10:30 p.m.
- We recommend not taking taxis in the street, better order it by phone, to make sure it is not a fake one
- Remember that the size of the City is really immense, and we recommend walking it, so take good shoes to explore this beautiful city
- We recommend, if possible, visiting the neighborhood of La Boca, and the stadiums of the most popular football teams in Argentina, River Plate and Boca Juniors, if you can witness a "classic" (match between Boca vs River) it would be ideal
- Some emblematic sites of the City that we recommend to visit are: Cafe Tortoni, Botanical Garden, Los Bosques de Palermo, Caminito, Avenida 9 de Julio (and the Obelisk)