San Salvador de Jujuy, San Salvador de Jujuy

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Provincial capital San Salvador de Jujuy remains best known for its predominantly indigenous population and pleasant climate. Nicknamed the "Silver Cup," the city makes a great base for exploring the scenic surrounding area. Roam the city center and admire the colonial architecture and quaint, tranquil streets. Visit the main cathedral, explore the museums, try out local delicacies, or enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the charming town surrounded by the imposing Andes. Plan to see San Salvador de Jujuy and other attractions that appeal to you using our Province of Jujuy trip generator.
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  • To walk and then with the old town, the Cathedral, the square, the House of Government, the Cabildo, stroll through the pedestrian, beautiful city!
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  • Jujuy Cathedral was declared a national historic monument in 1931.en inside is a large box that represents the moment that has blessed the flag created by Manuel Belgrano in 1812. has a pulpit which is ordered to build in 1.761 made of wood carved yrecubierta in a patina of gold leaf. It represents the dream of Jacob. It is worth knowing it.
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  • The city already did not like me. It had been many years ago and kept a different image. I found it dirty, degraded, unfortunately. Of course there are interesting places to visit: the Cathedral with its pulpit, for example. Is pretty square and the area surrounding it; else has no main attraction. The banks of the River are also neglected, defaced bridges. I found beautiful traditional places to eat, as it had in other times. Important: Perico Airport taxis are expensive: $ 480 pesos. But you have to know that there is taxi service shared, only charged $60 per passenger.
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