Tourism in the Province of Córdoba

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Tourism in Córdoba

Las Sierras de Córdoba

Tourism in Córdoba surprises foreign visitors with its numerous attractions, framed by the various north-south mountain ridges. Its rivers, creeks and lakes, its endless woodlands in the south and semi-arids desert in the north, its mild mediterranean weather and its unique natural scenes of the Sierras lure visitors to this privileged province year round.

Traditional and modern at the same time, cultural and historical from every point of view, its Spanish colonial and Jesuit legacy is evident in ancient estancias and churches. Córdoba presents one of the most significant hotel offers in Argentina, along with a remarkable infrastructure and expert vendors that cover the recreation, adventure, gastronomic and leisure activity demands of all kind of visitors who come along to enjoy this province in Argentina, located in the heart of the country.

Córdoba, the capital of the province Córdoba, is the economic and political center, where the idiosyncrasy of the people of Córdoba are breathed everyday by its 1,3 million inhabitants.

Villa Carlos Paz is the star of the summer and one of the most significant receptive local tourist destinations in the country during the hot season, not only due to its incredible natural attractions but also due to the wide range of musicals, shows, theaters plays staged at this location.

Every year in October, Villa General Belgrano attracts tourists from all over Argentina and the world by its german like Oktoberfest, the National Beer Festival. At the small city of Cosquín, Argentinian folklore capital, its music festival Festival Nacional del Folklore stand out, but also the popular rock music festival called Cosquín Rock.

People from asphalt jungle cities like Buenso Aires go crazy driving on Córdoba roads that cross various mountain ranges, such as the Sierras Chicas, Sierras Grandes, Traslasierra, Altas Cumbres, Pampa de Achala and the Camino al Cuadrado. In the valleys small villages like La Cumbre, Rumipal, San Marcos Sierras, Nono, Mina Clavero, Cura Brochero, Jesús María, La Falda, Alta Gracia, Santa Rosa de Calamuchita, San Javier and Río Ceballos invite the tourists to stay for a while and enjoy the lovely sourroundings.

Believers of UFOs and aliens coming to earth have their own pilgrimage site at Mount Uritorco, near to Capilla del Monte.

A vibrant and dynamic capital, the Sierras with its lakes and rivers, natural and historical-cultural attractions, in addition to a mild mediterranean climate, turn the Province of Córdoba into one of the most privelidged for receptive tourism. Once you visited Córdoba you will love it.