Salta la Linda is full of monuments. It is a village north of Argentina where the war of independence from Spain began. It is the most colonial city in the country, which has colonial monuments and it is a pleasure to walk around the Plaza de Armas. The Church of San Francisco is pure Baroque, from the entrance of the gates there seems to be fabric curtains, the color is beautiful and at night the church is amazing. Along with the Cathedral, this is the most visited church in the entire city.
Across the square of July 9, and steps from the Cathedral and Church of San Francisco, this lovely building, symbol of the city of Salta, is the best preserved of Argentina. Constructed in the year 1780 in a colonial style, the building remains unchanged. Today, you there are two interesting museums: the Museo Histórico del Norte, and the Colonial Museum and Fine Arts. The schedule to visit the Cabildo are Tuesday to Sunday from 9.30 am to 13.30 pm and from Tuesday to Friday from 15.30 to 20.30 . Saturdays it is open from 16.30 to 20.30 hs.
The Convento de San Bernardo is the oldest religious building in Salta, dating back to the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century. It's located on Calle Caseros and was built in honor of San Bernardo Abad, one of the patrons of the city. Its carved door (dating to 1762) is a real jewel of colonial art. It is not open to to the public as a Carmelite monastery has lived here since the mid-nineteenth century. It was declared a National Historical Monument in 1941
Church 200 years old, surrounded by huge mountains and indigenous communities. Green pastures with rare insects ... Not seen in your region. In this church, you can see the construction of hundreds of years, see how they lived and what they did. Know a little more about the culture.