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Salto is in the citrus growing region of Northern Interior (Uruguay), on the east bank of the Rio Uruguay. It is closely connected to the neigbouring Argentinian city of Concordia that lies across the river on the western bank. Salto has just under 100,000 residents.
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Points of Interest in Salto
- Salto Grande hydroelectric dam, 20 km north of the city, is a popular tourist site. This giant dam was built as a joint venture between the governments of Argentina and Uruguay.
The famous healing thermal spa of Fuente Salto is just 6km north of the city.
The hot springs at Daymán are 6kms south, and are accessible by city bus (14 pesos, 25 min). There is a water park Acuamanía with a few slides, and a separate thermal spa which has three sets of pools of different temperatures plus various fountains and showers and a large grassy area for sun and lunch. Entrance costs 70 pesos Uruguayos for foreign travellers, rental of a locker costs 35.
Salto has a free, municipal zoo with almost everything except elephants. The conditions are not exceptional, but are better than at many South American zoos.
Restaurants are also located along Calle Uruguay, there are a number to choose from. Some have outdoor seating.
- La Parrilla Calle Uruguay 928, tel. 24997
- A.E.B.U Calle Brasil 768, tel. 30606
The main street in town is Calle Uruguay, which is pedestrian-oriented and has several shops and services including foreign exchange bureaux and banks with ATMs that accept foreign cards.
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