In Buenos Aires, art and culture is everywhere: the sculptures in parks, the Latin American masterpieces in galleries and museums, or the tango melodies that soar out of a cafe's window... But to understand and feel it, there is nothing better than meeting the artisans of this creative world. Jujuy is the northernmost province of Argentina, bordering Chile and Bolivia. The Quebrada de Humahuaca houses small villages that have recently been declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. Its surroundings offer the possibility to immerse yourself in the culture and legacy of the local populations, brought here centuries ago by their Incan ancestors at the height of their expansion from Peru towards the South.