-The historical House of the Independence Declaration – La Casita de Tucumán: the Casa Histórica is one of the most important museums in Argentina and recognised as the birthplace of the nation.



San Miguel de Tucumán, also called Tucumán, capital of Tucumán provincia (province), northwestern Argentina. The city is situated in the northeast of Argentina at 447 m above sea level.

It was founded in 1565 by the Spanish colonial governor Diego de Villarroe

The fifth-largest city of Argentina after Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Rosario and Mendoza.

Popularly known as “El Jardín de la República” ( The Garden of the Republic).

It is a place of historical and archaeological interest (a the jesuitic tracks)and also bwith a great variety of landscapes and climates .

There are eleven micro-climates around the city.
The average temperature in Summer rates 26º C.

Places of interest :

-The historical House of the Independence Declaration, On July 9, 1816, a congress gathered in Tucumán declared independence from Spain.The meeting place of the congress, the House of Tucumán, has been reconstructed as a national monument.

-Cathedral: founded in 1685 and remodeled in the mid-nineteenth century by the French/Basque architect Pierre Etcheverry.The facade has a portico with Doric columns and in the towers, Ionian and Corinthian. In the tower on the left is an old wall clock that belonged to the Cabildo de Tucumán. It was bought in Britain in 1840.(Inside there are beautiful frescoes)

-Casa Padilla Museum,

-El Cadillal dam .in lake el cadillal you can visit the aerochairs, its a nice atraction because you can have a beautiful views

Going by plane you will arrive to “Teniente Benjamín Matienzo” International Airport : 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) east from the city.