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Calle Balcarce, Salta

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
In the few city blocks it encompasses, Calle Balcarce treats visitors with numerous chances to taste outstanding local specialties and unwind to the sound of live guitar music. The hub of Salta's nightlife, the street remains one of the region's top places to grab a bite to eat or go clubbing with friends. The liveliest spot in town after dark, this area features plenty of bars and restaurants catering to budget-conscious residents and tourists. Each Sunday, the street hosts a popular handicraft fair, offering everything from wooden furniture and jewelry, to locally made liqueurs and sweets. Add Calle Balcarce and other attractions to your Salta trip itinerary using our Salta vacation generator.
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  • It is the street more busy. With shops and bars. It is the forced output to meet. Many people that are bad but like any pedestrian
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  • They are three blocks, weekends come to life and day are a short walk from crafts and some antiques and that night becomes a Center food and fun, from 18 years onwards. Guarded by local police. It has become a landmark of northern Argentina.
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  • Whenever I travel to Salta sleep by day and by night I'm going to dinner and listen to folklore to Balcarce Street, where I have dinner first and discover each spectacular artist, I have the luck that my wife was dancer of the Ballet of the Chúcaro and Norma Viola and danced at the festival of Cosquín and led me to know enough of our music not dancing so it was impossible. Daniel
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