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No northern Argentine airport is more frequently used than Martín Miguel De Güemes International Airport, which boasts Argentinas fifth-longest runway. In 2010, approximately 614,000 passengers used this airport, which is situated under four miles southwest of Salta with car hire in Martin Miguel De Guemes Airport. The airport is known as Argentinas main gateway to the Andes Mountains.
In 2000, the current airport terminal was constructed to include a Hertz counter, which makes it easy for passengers to compare car hire bargains. Direct flights throughout Brazil, Bolivia and Argentina are available here. Other amenities include tourism and information services, wireless internet access, a press room, shops and telephones.
Salta is a picturesque city next to the Andes Mountains whose architecture is reminiscent of buildings in Andalucia, Spain. The San Bernardo Hill summit offers the most impressive views of the city and the surrounding Lerma Valley. Four-wheel drives are the safest vehicles in which to travel through the colorful Calchaquíes Valley and the Río Juramento, a popular rafting spot.
Salta is famous for its pleasant highland subtropical climate, which sees mainly dry and warm weather. Salta receives more than 80 percent of its annual rainfall during its hottest summer months, making October through March the least popular time to visit. Autumn is nearly as hot as summer, but much drier. Winter frosts and below freezing night-time temperatures are common, but snowfall is fairly rare and daytime temperatures from May to September typically stay above 20°C. Saltas culture festival lasts the entire month of April.
Drivers with car rental in Martin Miguel De Guemes Airport must travel alongside buses, motorcycles, pedestrians and even horse-drawn carts on Saltas busy streets. The largest vehicles have the unofficial right of way and local drivers have reckless tendencies. The more rural roads outside the city, however, are far calmer and less crowded.