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San Lorenzo

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San Lorenzo is a town near Salta, Argentina. The town is very green and home to a lot of nature, and is an easy day trip from Salta.

Get in[edit]

You can take the 7E bus from Salta. It costs $7 (November 2017), and the fare must be paid by transit card. If you don't have a Salta transit card, just get on the bus and find another passenger who will let you give them the cash and use their card.

Get around[edit]

Map of San Lorenzo (Argentina)

See[edit]

Do[edit]

  • Finca Lesser. Horse riding, the scenery, the views... It's spectacular!!
  • 1 Quebrada de San Lorenzo (at the end of Juan Carlos Davalos). Take a hike through beautiful mountainside forests. The 7E bus from Salta takes you all the way to the trailhead, which has tourist information, bathrooms, a few restaurants, and a couple of shops. From there, keep going west to find the trail. Follow the yellow arrows and ignore the "propiedad privada" signs. The trail ends at a clearing with a wacky metal statue and beautiful views of San Lorenzo and Salta. Free.

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

  • La Monumental.
  • 1 Andres Restaurant, Juan Carlos Davalos 1401, +54 387 492-1600. Daily 12:00–16:00, Th–Sa 20:00–00:00.
  • 2 El Duende, Av. Juan Carlos Davalos 2309.
  • Dionicio Pizzeria.

Drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

  • Casa Hernandez, José Hernández 406. A lovely B&B run by a lovely Dutch couple. They have four rooms and a delicious breakfast including bread baked in the kitchen. They are incredibly helpful and so enthusiastic about San Lorenzo and Salta.

Connect[edit]

Go next[edit]

  • The obvious direction to go is back to Salta, from which you can access plenty of other small towns and natural attractions.
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