Plaza Belgrano, San Salvador de Jujuy

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Head to Plaza Belgrano for a glimpse into city life in this grand and vibrant square. Survey the large garden at the center, where an impressive carved statue of Manuel Belgrano (credited as having designed the national flag) stands flanked by tall trees and elegantly manicured shrubbery. Grab a drink at one of the coffee shops around the plaza and watch the world go by. Plan your Plaza Belgrano visit and explore what else you can see and do in Province of Jujuy using our Province of Jujuy tourist route planner.
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  • Absolutely nothing charming about this square. Poorly maintained and quite dirty, a couple of relatively nice buildings around but nothing exceptional and a lot of traffic. A big disappointment when c...  more »
  • Manuel Belgrano started life as a lawyer and economist, bécame a politician, and finally a General whose main campaigns were fought in the far North of what is now Argentina. He is credited with creat...  more »
  • beautiful with its gardens and fountains that the night light up giving a beautiful effect.
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  • Central place of the city. Nice to relax and it has some interesting cutltural things to see as the first flag of Argentina designed by General Belgrano (free entrance). An tourit office is also located on this place
  • Nice park and one of the better sites in the area, nice place to relax in Jujuy.
  • Traditional plaza, with a nice fountain, but tends to be dirty and in the weekend mornings it has either hobos or drunks
  • It's the main square of the town. It's a regular square of the Spanish colonnies
  • Not ready for prime time