|Arriving at Jujuy|
Llegar en tu auto.
Visitors may travel on Interstate Highways 9 and 34 ( Rutas Nacionales 9 y 34) to Jujuy from Buenos Aires and other originating points located in the central provinces of the country. Interstate 9 takes you to the City of Salta and then to the City of San Salvador de Jujuy via the historic and beautiful Cornice Road (Camino de Cornisa).
Interstate 34 is a more direct route and connects with Interstate 66 ( ruta nacional) to reach the City of San Salvador de Jujuy as your destination.
Interstate 40 ( ruta nacional), the most extensive interstate road in the country, covers more than 4,900 km (from La Quiaca-Jujuy in the north to Cabo Vírgenes-Santa Cruz to the southern tip of Argentina), and constitutes another route of access toward the north in order to reach Jujuy, although it is less traveled.
Interstate 40 ( ruta nacional) connects with Interstate 52 in Susques, west of San Salvador de Jujuy. Heading west on Interstate 52, it is possible to visit San Pedro of Atacama (Chile); turning east on I-52, travelers may reach Purmamarca and the Quebrada de Humahuaca.
Arriving by Bus.
The following are the bus companies the serve Jujuy either from within Argentina or Chile:
(Consult with the bus terminals for departing and arriving points and bus schedules)
Accessing city streets in San Salvador de Jujuy.
Arriving by plane.
International Airport Horacio Guzman serves as the hub for arriving and departing flights to those travelers visiting Jujuy.
The Airlines companies that serve Jujuy are: