San Miguel de Tucumán is the capital of Tucumán Province. It is an important city for the Argentinean history. It remains reflected in its buildings, with architecture of different styles due to the immigrants who lived in the zone. It is outstanding the Casa de Gobierno, the Casa de la Independencia, and the Basílica de San Francisco.
Tucumán's streets have beautiful trees. It has cultural centers, such as the Teatro San Martín, a neoclassic construction, the Timoteo Navarro Fine Arts Museum, and natural areas, squares, and parks, such as the Plaza Independencia and Parque 9 de Julio.
Also, it is outstanding for being a city with many stores and excellent places for enjoying the night-life, such as the Casino.
Architecture, historical tourism, religious tourism, gastronomy, handicraft, stores.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 38 or National Road 9. Airway, to Teniente Benjamín Matienzo Airport. Also, by bus.
Weather: Subtropical with a dry season.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, gastronomy.
Surroundings: Tafi del Valle, Valles Calchaquíes.