The rangers at the entrance to Parque Nacional Calilegua in Aguas Negras have information about trails and conditions. There's another ranger station at Mesada de las Colmenas, 13km past Aguas Negras and 600m higher…
Has information on walks. Often open Sunday afternoons despite the official hours. Conversely, it's often not open when it's supposed to be.
Attached to the Museo de la Vid y El Vino, the tourist office offers an invaluable printout of winery opening times.
This office gets top marks – it's friendly, efficient and multilingual. Ask staff about provincial road conditions.
Located by the bridge in the center of town, this complex includes a decent artisanal market and a cafe.
This office is at the southern entrance to town, plus there's a kiosk at the border. They're often shut.
On the 3rd floor of the Aduana building; offers information and advice on the region’s national parks.
If you plan on crossing the Bolivian border, stop here to apply for your visa first.
In the cabildo (municipal building), this is a helpful tourist office.
Gives out maps, and also runs desks in the bus terminal and at the airport.