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What are the smallest and most beautiful cities in Argentina

Due to our large extensions of territory we have regions with a very low population density. Most of these destinations are in Patagonia and are a beautiful postcard. Some others are in the north of the country and are a beauty that today retain their purity and customs despite the passage of time.

1 – Purmamarca (Jujuy)

This surreal place offers views of its iconic Cerro de los Siete Colores through the Paseo de los Colorados, a 3 km road that advances between mountains of unusual shades of pink, red, and yellow and the Cuesta de Lipán, to the Salinas Big. This city has 3,456 inhabitants

2 – Khaki (Skip)

With whitewashed houses, cardón wooden signs and ancient and colonial lanterns, Cachi is a perfect landscape where time goes at its own pace. It offers the possibility of visiting the vineyards of the Isasmendi wineries and Miraluna and its high crops (at 2,500 meters). In addition, you can eat tamales and typical empanadas of the region in several of the restaurants that you will find there. The amount of inhabitants is 7,315.

3 – El Chaltén (Santa Cruz)

Known as the “national capital of Argentine trekking”, it is one of the youngest towns in our country and is part of Los Glaciares National Park in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. Through it you can access the trails that take us to paradisiacal places such as Laguna de los Tres, Laguna Sucia or Laguna Capri, among many more, which delight us with hanging glaciers and views of the peaks of the mountain range such as Poincenot and Tower.

Its name means “mountain that smokes” because its typical view is carried out by the Fitz Roy, a stone peak that is usually surrounded by clouds. Its inhabitants are around 4,000 inhabitants, although this number varies because many spend the winter in other places due to the cold.

4 – Villa La Angostura (Neuquén)

This exclusive destination is the most visited on the Seven Lakes route. Also known as “the garden of Patagonia”, it is surrounded by imposing mountains and has very green and dense vegetation with wide and clear beaches and a protected area with a Myrtle Forest. It is visited by many fans of adventure tourism and several sports marathons are held annually.

5 – La Cumbrecita (Córdoba)

Known for being the only pedestrianized place in Argentina, it is located in the department of Calamuchita in the Sierras Grandes de Córdoba. It is a small town located at an altitude of 1450 meters above sea level between pine forests, gravel roads and air free of pollution. With a calm rhythm and its variety of outdoor activities, it is visited by both national and international tourism, receiving 360,000 people per year. Its inhabitants are around 2,500.

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