Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay, is situated 260 miles (418 kilometers) southeast of Salto.
During your time here in Salto, visit Artigas Square. Another attraction is the Salto Fine Arts Museum.
It's hardly surprising Salto is so popular with travelers from all over the world; the region is dotted with captivating natural and man-made attractions. Quebracho, lays 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the north, and Termas del Arapey sits 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southwest.
Step back in time during your stay in Uruguay. Take a trip to one of the ruins for which this place is known.
This destination has a number of places for swimming, so make sure you fit that into your itinerary. Snorkeling is another popular watersport here.
For discerning travellers, one of the joys of traveling is learning new tastes. Make sure you visit the region's bars, cafés and restaurants. Amongst the variety of ingredients often used in this part of the world are milk and fish. Chivito (sandwich) and empanada (small pie) are just two local dishes sure to imbue visitors' palates with a true taste of Uruguay. And your meal is not complete until you have enjoyed ensaimadas (catalan sweet bread), a popular dessert here.
When the time is right to check out and say "Adiós" to Salto, you'll be well stocked up with happy memories to keep forever.