Here you will find a complete list of your Salta hostel options, and as you can see, there are many.
As the most touristed city in northwestern Argentina, Salta might be expected to be frantic, frenzied, and frenetic. But “La Linda” surprises, and delights &em; it retains the relaxed and tranquil atmosphere of a smaller town, while offering all the services of a large urban city.
Stimulating and sophisticated, Salta offers a profusion of hostels, as well as restaurants, cafes, bars and other amusements such as its popular peñas, live folkloric music shows. Tour agencies crowd the central streets, so it’s easy to arrange day trips to the eye-catching countryside around Salta or onward travel to other parts of the country or beyond. It’s a popular stopping point for travellers on their way to or from Bolivia, but offers worthy attractions in its own right and is worth a few days to explore.
From gracious colonial architecture to an intriguing variety of museums – such as the Alta Montaña with its displays of mummies recovered from nearby mountains – you’ll find a wealth of options to entertain yourself. The surrounding area provides some memorable day trips from Salta, from exquisite little Cachi nestled in a valley over a high mountain pass, to the Tren de Las Nubes that will take you almost literally to the clouds, and an abundance of other choices.
A profusion of hostels can be found in Salta, most within walking distance of the bus station and the central plaza. Long-distance buses from the bus station in the southeast corner of the city centre can whisk you to destinations throughout Argentina or points beyond, with most travellers carrying on to Chile or Bolivia from here.