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It is located in the west of the  center Region  of the country, bordering to the north with  Catamarca  and  Santiago del Estero , to the east with  Santa Fe , to the southeast with the  Province of Buenos Aires , to the south with  Province of La Pampa  and west with  saint Louis  and  La Rioja . Its capital and most populous city is  the namesake  Cordova  founded the  July 6th  from  1573 . It is located in the central region of the country, on both banks of the  Suquía river . It is the second most populous city in the  Argentina  after  Buenos Aires  and the largest in the country. It constitutes  an important cultural, economic, educational, financial and entertainment center of the region. 

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How to get to the City of Córdoba

Plane: it has the  Ingeniero Ambrosio Taravella International Airport, known as Pajas Blancas Airport, located 9 km north of the center of the city of Córdoba. From Buenos Aires the journey takes approximately 3 hours. In the place there are services that travel to the capital: taxis, buses and the Aerobus, which every half hour make the airport/terminal route and vice versa.

Train: three lines currently operate. The  Bartolomé Miter railway  managed by the company  Ferrocentral , has a formation that allows connection with  Villa Maria ,  Glen of Gomez ,  rosary beads  and  Buenos Aires . The service to and from Buenos Aires makes weekly trips covering 652 km in about 15 hours to go to Buenos Aires and 14 to return to Córdoba.

Bus: from Buenos Aires there are regular passenger transport services departing  from the Retiro terminal in Buenos Aires as well as from other parts of the country, whose final destination is Córdoba Capital.  The trip takes about 9 hours.

Car: From Buenos Aires to Córdoba capital it is all double lane highway.  through the Rosario - Córdoba Highway. Within the province all roads are in fairly good condition, paved.

How to get around in the City of Córdoba

Bus: most lines operate throughout the day, although after midnight the frequency is less. The payment system is with a rechargeable contactless card. The Bus Terminal of the City of Córdoba is located near the  city center . and it is the largest terminal station in Argentina

Trolleybuses: it is one of the three cities  argentinian  that they have in their urban transport system, lines of  trolley buses  working. It works since 1989 and  They are run exclusively by women. The payment system is also by contactless card.

Taxis and shuttles:  taxis are identified with the yellow body color. The remittance service must be requested by telephone or by going to the bases of the authorized companies. They are identified by the green body color.  

What to see in Cordoba

Montserrat School

In the second half of the 17th century, the University of the Sons of Loyola spread its prestige throughout the American continent. However, they did not yet have a Convictory Seminary or College. It was the significant influx of young people who came to  Cordova  to study, which motivated its creation.

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Jesuit Apple 

Also called Manzana de las Luces, it is an area located  in the heart of the city, declared  World Heritage  by  unesco  on  the year 2000 .  It includes: the Domestic Chapel, the  National College of Monserrat , the Church of the  Society of Jesus , the former headquarters of the  National University of Cordoba  and the Residence. Córdoba became the central point of evangelization tasks of the  Society of Jesus, which is a  religious order  from  regular clerics  of the  Catholic Church  founded in  1534  in the city of  Rome . It was approved by the pope  Paul III  in 1540.

ciudad manzana jesuita

Cordoba Cathedral

Old construction of more than 400 years. It has a mixture of architectural styles, such as classic and American baroque. On the edges of the towers, the statues of the musical angels stand out, with trumpets and feathered skirts  Aboriginal or American Indian. There  There are the remains of Deán Funes, those of Fray Mamerto Esquiú and also the remains of General José María Paz and his wife Margarita Wilde and the steel figure of Christ the Redeemer that was made in Paris in 1901 and was brought to Argentina separated into three bodies to achieve an easier installation.

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San Martin Plaza

Learn about the founding beginnings of  Cordoba city  offers a series of very interesting facts and circumstances that give more brilliance to this beautiful city: Plaza San Martín, the site where on July 6, 1573 the Spanish conqueror Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera founded the city and organized the first seventy blocks far from the river on high ground The square shows an equestrian monument of General San Martín made of bronze and granite base with perimeter decorations that respond to themes of the republic


The Council

Together with the Cathedral it was one of  the first buildings that were located in front of the aforementioned square that functioned as a public space. The original Cabildo was smaller and the current appearance was achieved at the end of the 18th century, it is of classical architecture and the arcade was added later. It was the government house, municipality and police station and you can visit its front, its cells, the upper galleries and the City Museum. Both in the catacombs and in the corridors that lead to the central patio, you can see floors and ceilings made of original materials, such as baked adobe bricks and carob tree braces.

el Cabildo

Jesuit Estancias

The Jesuit Estancias were agricultural establishments that had stalls, corrals and paddocks for cattle, sheep, mules and horses, orchards for vegetables, fields for growing wheat and corn, dams and ditches for irrigation of crops and the operation of mills. Built between 1616 and 1725 by the Jesuits, they arose to financially support their evangelizing work in the region.

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I know  distinguished by its special combination of mountain landscapes, Central European architecture and excellent cuisine.

The Calamuchita region is located 80 km southwest of the city of Córdoba, bounded by various chains of the Sierras Chicas and Sierras Grandes. This area is characterized by hosting large lakes such as the Los Molinos dam, the Río Tercero Reservoir, the Piedras Moras dam, the Second Usina and the Cerro Pelado Reservoir, in which it is possible to practice water sports such as sailing and motor sailing, kitesurfing, kayak and jet ski. The main cities and towns of the valley are: Ciudad de Embalse, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita, Villa Gral. Belgrano, Villa del Dique, Villa Rumipal and  The cross.



Includes departments of  Cruz del Eje, Ischilín, Minas, Pocho, Río Seco, San Alberto, San Javier, Sobremonte and Tulumba. In addition to San Marcos Sierra with its splendid environmental quality, Cruz del Eje with its large Reservoir, the Sierra de Guasapampa and the Charquina archaeological site, the old Bismuthine mines, the magnificent Taninga Tunnels and the Chancaní Nature Reserve with its dense quebrachales.


Traslasierra Valley

This region, whose real name is  Valley of San Javier , is located to the  West  of the  Big Saws  and to the east of the Sierras Occidentales; whose tourist capital is the city of  Villa Cura Brochero  and is the most important commercial center, the city of  Villa Dolores . The mentioned city and Mina Clavero, constitute the most outstanding urban centers. It is followed by the towns of Nono, Las Rabonas, Los Hornillos, Villa de las Rosas, Las Tapias, San Javier, Yacanto, Luyaba and La Paz.


Punilla Valley

It is one of the main tourist centers of that country that houses more than 30 tourist towns and  makes up most of the territory of the  Punilla Department .  The localities that have city hierarchy are:  Carlos Paz , San Roque Dam, Cosquín ,  Skirt  and  Chapel of the Mount . There are also smaller towns, although they stand out as tourist centers, for example:  tanty ,  Bialet Massé ,  Holy Mary ,  big house ,  beautiful valley ,  big orchard ,  Villa Giardino ,  The Summit ,  Cocos , among others. All of them are located longitudinally along the Punilla Valley, forming an uninterrupted urban agglomeration in the process of expansion.

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Cordovan Gastronomy

Cordovan empanadas: one of the most delicious typical dishes of Córdoba that you find anywhere and of great variety  made of ground beef, paprika and a special dough.

Alfajores from Cordoba: product  emblematic, delicious and great pride in its gastronomy. They are prepared with flour, powdered sugar,  margarine,  eggs, baking powder,  malt extract,  honey,  milk candy and fruit candy, among others.  

Dulce de leche: it is a delicious dessert that accompanies thousands of recipes. is prepared with  condensed milk, and  water and boil for 15 minutes in a slow cooker.

Pasta: noodles, ravioli, gnocchi, cannelloni and lasagna with different red sauces such as pomarola, filetto, white and polenta  accompanied with white bread.

Milanese: to  meat base  in breadcrumbs and is accompanied with salads, mashed potatoes, French fries and  sometimes mozzarella cheese, tomato, ham and two fried eggs are added.

Choripanes: sausage sandwich on French bread, and accompanied by lettuce, tomato and dressings (picles, pickles, etc) plus condiments.

Picada: cold meats or cold cuts such as salami or salami, cheeses, olives, snacks such as French fries, peanuts  etc.

Fernet with coca: alcoholic beverage  made from various types of herbs that are macerated in  alcohol  of wine,  filtered and rested in barrels of  Oak  for a period that can be from six to twelve months. This Cordovan aperitif is  add a cola drink.


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