On top of being a cool cultural experience and a great place to grab some unique, local produce, Salta's Central Market is probably the cheapest place you can eat in town. Walk past the initial offering of cell phones, DVDs and other knickknacks and you'll arrive inside a color-cornucopia of flowers, spices, fruits, veggies, chickens, horse hoofs - pretty much any Argentinean ingredient your little heart desires. If you're not in the market for raw goods, no worries: just head up to the second level and you'll find an array of restaurants and food stands at your disposal. All that's left to do is pick up a snack like pizza, empanadas or the like and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere from above. It's pretty much a can't-lose cultural experience.