Visit the picturesque city of Cordoba Argentina with high expectations, because that is exactly what you will discover. Cordoba Argentina is located on the base of Andes known as the Sierra Chica, at the northern tip of a triangle between Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires. It is the ideal...
Visit the picturesque city of Cordoba Argentina with high expectations, because that is exactly what you will discover. Cordoba Argentina is located on the base of Andes known as the Sierra Chica, at the northern tip of a triangle between Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires. It is the ideal location for excursions into the Andes and is close to two fascinating countries in South America. It is known as the heartland of Argentina, because of its geographic location, and a great base camp for future trips into the Andes or into the Pampas.
You may be shocked to find the colonial evidence in their churches and other buildings, but it is still very prevalent. Fortunately it is backed by modern economic growth to keep Cordoba Argentina prospering well into the twenty-first century. At the center of the town is the Plaza San Martin, which is dedicated to Argentinas liberator San Martin. In 1573, Cordoba Argentina was the second largest city, and used to be the center of arts where scholarly people such as priests and teachers would convene at churches and universities. Some notable buildings to visit are the seventeen-century El Cabildo (Town Hall), the Romanesque Iglesia Cathedral and the Jesuit Iglesia de la Compania, which is the oldest surviving building dated from 1622. One of the most important Historical museums here in Cordoba is the Museo Historico Provincial Marque de Sobremonte. After enjoying the sight of the architecture and fascinating history, then it is time to visit the Primero or Suquia River.
Then once your stomachs are rumbling grab a bite to eat at Brunnen Bier, Sobremonte Plaza or La Cocina de Oses. They have numerous steak houses to visit and enjoy such as La Parilla or Rancho Viejo. But if you arent tired enough, then how about a dinner and a tango show at Tierra de Tango. They also have many other International foods such as Italian or Mexico where you can sit and enjoy a feast with a light breeze on your face and perhaps a glass of wine