|Milk (1 liter)||$0.81|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$108.66|
|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$75.56|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$121.71|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$0.87|
|Pack of cigarettes||$3.48|
|Water bottle (1.5 liter)||$1.26|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$972.20|
Welcome to Uruguay's second most populated city (after its capital, Montevideo,) and the perfect place to visit if you're also looking to border cross into Concordia, Argentina for a day trip or extended travelling in Argentina. It's a city that's well known for its delicious citrus fruits, as well as its wide selection of hot spring resorts! For more information about hotels in Salto and its selection of hot springs resorts, click here. There are a number of plazas, restaurants, museums to check out and lots of shopping to do (as is typical in most border towns.) All you need is to book some cheap flights to Salo and you'll soon be on your way to this stunningly beautiful city.
Did you know that Salto, and more specifically Northwestern Uruguay is home to 'one of the largest groundwater reservoirs in the world?' The Guarani Aquifier makes up the thermal pools and hot springs from which much of Salto's tourism derives. Dayman is one such thermal hot springs complex, with a large number of heated thermal pools to enjoy, in a variety of different temperatures. The mineral water has long been touted as being extremely healthy, and which can cure a variety of physical ailments, relieves stress and is just plain relaxing and enjoyable. While in Dayman, don't forget to check out Acuamania. It's another great place to enjoy the mineral hot springs, with a variety of heated pools at various temperatures, as well as water slides and a 'river,' which you can float around in or hang out in your donut float. If you're ready to enjoy the hot springs of Salto, than you'll definitely need cheap flights to Salto, to make that dream a reality. For cheap tickets to Salto, Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Salto, as well as professional travel guides and other helpful information to access when travelling.
If you're looking for more land bound activities besides the hot springs, why not check out the Museum of Man and Technology, in a beautiful 20th century colonial style building, which once was home to the Central Market of Salto. The aim of the museum is to show how technological innovations have influenced mankind, with some exhibits as old as 2,000 years old, and incorporate an impressive amount of Salto and Uruguayan history, as well. Check out some really fascinating historical artifacts like gaucho knives, wagons, as well as old cameras and an impressive exhibit about electricity. Another fun activity is to check out the Calle Urugay, which is bursting with activity from its pubs, restaurants, street performers, shops and market life. Come and people watch, have a bite to eat or get a drink and cut loose in one of the city's main hot spots. If you're interested in taking a day trip and border crossing a bit, you can cross into Concordia, Argentina, to see a quaint town on the riverfront, with a beautiful little plaza, as well as an interesting cathedral and some beachfront. If you're ready to check out the city streets of Salto, or just experience hot springs and museums alike, be sure and book your airline tickets to Salto in advance, so you can plan your itinerary with Fligthub's helpful travel information. Just by booking your flights to Salto, you also have access to Argentina, as well.
Salto is a wonderful city to experience during travel, and offers tourists a chance to experience this ecological paradise, and do some healing for the body, mind and spirit at Salto's main attraction, its natural hot springs and thermal pools. Whether you're here to check out Salto's beautiful colonial buildings, experience its history or its vibrant culture, be sure you've got your cheap flights to Salto booked and your bags packed with all of your swim gear.