Airplane is one of the most common ways to get to Salta. Interconnected with Buenos Aires, having flights on daily basis (during high season, even more than one), and also with other destinations of the country: Cordoba, Jujuy and Tucumán. Although in these cases the frequencies are not daily and tend to vary according the season. The airport “El Aybal” is located 9 kilometers from the city, through the Route Nº 51. A public Bus service exists transporting to downtown.
There’s a vast number of Bus companies arriving to Salta. Some of most important ones are: “La veloz del norte”, “La Internacional”, “Flecha Bus”, “Andesmar” among others. The trip from Buenos Aires takes approximately 20 hours. The Bus terminal is placed a bit away from downtown (about 1500 meters) and does not have lockers service.
Several routes connect Salta with the main cities of the country. From Buenos Aires, there are two alternatives for reaching Salta: Route N° 9: starting from ‘La Panamericana’ (another route) continuing this route until reaching Tucumán. Heading, soon after, to Rosario de la Frontera, Metán and finally Salta. The entire trip takes approximately 1800 kilometers. Route N° 34: in this case- Buenos Aires, Rosario, Rafaela, Fernandez, La Banda, Tucumán and finally, Salta. This is a little shorter option than the previous one taking 1650 kilometers approximately.
Provincia de Salta
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