Córdoba in Argentina: An Unforgettable Journey through History, Art and Nature

Located in the heart of Argentina, the city of Córdoba and its surrounding region offer a panorama rich in culture, history and breathtaking scenery. The country’s second-largest city is a destination of choice for travellers in search of authentic adventure, combining the charm of its colonial past with the excitement of a dynamic urban life, all in an exceptional natural setting.


A preserved cultural and historical heritage

Manzana Jesuítica de Cordoba

Manzana Jesuítica of Cordoba

The historical heritage of Córdoba, nicknamed “La Docta” because of its university, founded in 1613, is a veritable open book on Argentine history. The Manzana Jesuítica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a perfect example of this, offering visitors an immersion in Jesuit architecture and history in South America. Just a few steps away, the Cabildo and Córdoba Cathedral stand proudly, witnesses to the colonial era and jewels of Baroque architecture.


A jewel box of urban art

Cathédrale de Cordoba

Córdoba Cathedral

Córdoba also stands out for its artistic effervescence. The city’s streets are transformed into open-air galleries where graffiti, murals and artistic installations interact with the urban space, particularly in the Guemes district. The “Arte de Nuestra Gente” programme has given a boost to urban art, turning the city into a veritable living museum, accessible to all. The Museo Superior de Bellas Artes Evita, housed in the magnificent Palacio Ferreyra, completes this cultural offering by exhibiting works by local and international artists.


Breathtaking landscapes

Sierras de Córdoba

Sierras de Córdoba

The countryside around Córdoba offers a breathtaking spectacle, from the Sierras de Córdoba to vast lakes such as San Roque. For nature lovers, the Ansenuza National Park is a paradise for observing the region’s fauna, especially birds. Adventurers will be drawn to Cerro Uritorco, offering memorable hikes and horse rides with breathtaking views over the surrounding valleys.


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At the Gates of Córdoba

Vallée de Calamuchita

Calamuchita Valley

The Córdoba region is full of picturesque little villages and nature reserves. La Cumbrecita, an Alpine-inspired pedestrian village, and Alta Gracia, with its rich history and Che Guevara museum, are must-see destinations. The Calamuchita Valley will appeal to wine lovers, offering tastings in vineyards nestling in the heart of the mountains.



Córdoba and its region are an invitation to discovery, a journey where history, art and nature come together to offer an unforgettable experience. Whether exploring its rich heritage, immersing yourself in its vibrant urban art or venturing into its grandiose landscapes, Córdoba promises magical moments, far off the beaten track.



Photo credit: Visit Córdoba


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