1 Córdoba city
Argentina’s second city is home to some important colonial architecture as well as one of South America’s oldest universities.
2 Jesuit history
The province of Córdoba owed its early importance to the Jesuits, whose legacy lives on in the form of estancias, churches and museums, which offer a fascinating insight into early colonial Argentina.
3 Cerro Colorado
Intriguing pre-Columbian pictures are etched onto the side of a cliff in the Reserva Cultural Natural Cerro Colorado.
Ride on handsome horses, swim or just relax and enjoy breathtaking views in the unspoilt countryside on an estancia.
The province’s rugged sierras and professional infrastructure make it a great place for adventure sports, especially hang-gliding.
6 Parque Nacional Quebrada del Condorito
This national park offers spectacular mountain views and is a major condor breeding ground.