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      Tucuman Car Hire & Travel Information

      Tucuman is in the Andean Northwest region of Argentina. It's the smallest province of Argentina and is surrounded by Salta, Catamarca and Santiago del Estero provinces.

      Cities

      Amaicha del Valle is a traditional northern town and still has Indian population.
      San Miguel de Tucuman is a city in Northern Argentina.
      Tafi del Valle the largest tourist town in the Tafí Valley.

      Tucuman is in the Andean Northwest region of Argentina. It's the smallest province of Argentina and is surrounded by Salta, Catamarca and Santiago del Estero provinces.

      Talk

      In Tucuman people speak Spanish with an accent similar to that of other Argentinean provinces (a mix of Italian, Spanish, and Creoles "Gaucho" accents, among others), but with some unique local words.

      Get in

      As in most of Argentina, travel to and from Tucumán can be done by Bus from almost every city, and even from some cities in Bolivia or Perú. Another choice is travelling by train or by plane. At Teniente Benjamín Matienzo International Airport, at 9km east from San Miguel de Tucumán, There are 5 daily flights from Buenos Aires with Aerolíneas Argentinas and LAN.

      Get around

      Taxis are fairly cheap and a good bet for foreigners who don't know the public transportation's routes or schedules. That said, the city busses are fairly simple and as there are not very many of them, fairly easy to use.

      What to see

      The main tourist section is right around the central plaza. Government buildings, old houses and churches abound. Inside, a small museum has artifacts from the colonial and revolutionary periods.

      What it is really valuable of Tucumán province is nature. Nicknamed "The Garden of the Republic", it is the ideal spot for those liking hicking, horse riding or mountain climbing. 

      To Do

      Tucumán town night life is one of the hottest around the country. As an important university center, the community of young people is huge; from Thursday to sunday´s night, streets are vibrating with action.

      Drink

      Tucuman has no shortage whatsoever of places to drink. Most of the cafes are open until 1 or 2AM and serve beer, wine and spirits. The same goes for the restaurants. As for nightclubs, there are quite a few but most open only on the weekends and only after 12PM.

      El Reino, 115 Catamarca Street. They play mostly dance hall music.
      Teatro de la Paz, 150 9 de Julio. A cultural center with various workshops by day, it turns into a bar with live music at night.

      Pollock: a selected urban tribe meets on Thursday´s night to plunge into the rhythmic pulses of techno, acid house and the like. Undoubtedly a very special venue for those not attracted by the looming anonymity of crowded megastructures.