Jujuy is located about 830 miles (1336 kilometers) northwest of the national capital Buenos Aires and approximately 560 miles (901 kilometers) south of La Paz.
During your tour of the city, don't miss the historic places of worship. The Chapel of the Immaculate Conception and the Jujuy Cathedral are two of Jujuy’s most popular examples of these. Enjoy the solemn atmosphere at these special places.
The nature parks in the vicinity of Jujuy give visitors an insight into the animals and plants which inhabit the region. To walk through one of the most visited conservation reserves, visit Calilegua National Park.
The Jujuy area boasts some gracious civic spaces; Plaza Belgrano is one of the most-loved. It's the sort of place that draws back residents and visitors time and time again.
Quebrada de Humahuaca is one of the most frequently visited parks and gardens around Jujuy. It is a tranquil oasis where locals and visitors alike come together to enjoy the fresh air and greenery.
To get inspired, go and see the Pucara de Tilcara, one of the more rewarding cultural destinations in Jujuy. Take advantage of the quiet atmosphere, ask the staff about any special events, grab something from the gift shop or just admire the lovingly crafted exhibits.
If you’ve still got time to spare after checking out all the star attractions in Jujuy, be sure to pop over to the Tropic of Capricorn Monolith.