A city where past and present coexist in perfect harmony; framed by the beauty of the mountain landscape and crossed by crystalline water courses.

Cordoba City is located at the very heart of the province with the same name which, at the same time, occupies a similar position in respect of the country. Its roads are prepared to receive travelers, regardless the reason of their visit: business, study or vacations. In all cases, there are plenty of opportunities to be amazed by the beauty of the mountain landscape. Located at a bit more than 430 miles from Buenos Aires City, its excellent connectivity converts it in an attractive and strategic option for every kind of visitors.

Cordoba, one of the most important cities in the country, hosts the famous Jesuit Square, declared Mankind Heritage by the UNESCO. This site preserves part of the Jesuits’ legacy, who arrived and settled down in Cordoba in 1599: the Jesuit Church and its Private Chapel, the Maximum School (1610), the University (1622), the School of Our Lady of Monserrat (1687) and the Novitiate (1710). Córdoba is a faith’s site: the number of churches is proof thereof. Their construction reflect the colonial style of the times they were built. Bell towers aare particularly outstanding (the bell towers of the Cathedral and of the Basilica of Our Lady of Ransom are the most acknowledged). The Cabildo (old town hall) offers an excellent opportunity to learn about the role that this city had in Argentine policital history. This building is part of the traditional circuit that also comprises San Marti­n Square, Juan de Tejeda Museum of Religious Arts, Marques de Sobremonte Historical Provincial Museum, the Jesuit Square and the Spanish Cultural Center.

Cordoba city outstands not only for its historical cultural heritage but also for its closeness to a mountain landscape that invites to every kind of recreational and sport activities. In an area ranging between 24 and 124 miles, it is possible to practice trekking, climbing, diving, horseback riding, paragliding, fishing, birdwatching, golf and many other activities.

(Source: www.argentina.travel)