Also called "Cordova, the learned". It has an important historical and cultural legacy. Here was founded the first Argentinean university, the America’s fourth oldest university and one of the most important in the continent.
For its many churches, it is also known as the “city of the bells”. It has many historical buildings related to the religion, such as the Manzana, the Jesuitical Crypt, and the Compañía de Jesús church.
In addition, it has different areas, like hundreds of parks, a Botanical Garden, and a Municipal Zoo, where the wild flora and fauna wild of the zone can be contemplated.
The night-life is relevant in the city. In addition, Córdoba has its own musical pace: El Cuarteto, and its own drink, Fernet con Cola. It has pubs and theaters to enjoy a great diversity of shows.
And for those who prefer the cultural life, it has museums, such as Superior de Bellas Artes Evita, the Juan de Tejeda Religious Art museum, amongst others.
It has natural areas providing the possibility of practicing hundreds of outdoors sports, like excursions, fishing, and paragliding, amongst others.
Attractions: Architecture, cultural life, night-life, natural areas, parks, theaters, museums, religious tourism, gastronomy.
Activities: Hiking, mountain bike, sport fishing, excursions, cultural tours.
How to get there: All year long.
When to go: By land, through National Road 38, 2 and 9. Airway, to Pajas Blancas International Airport.
Weather: Pampa temperate.
Transportation, accommodations, food.
Surroundings: Capilla del Monte, Villa Carlos Paz, La Falda.