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Located in the center of the Argentine territory, this province is popularly known as the “country’s heart”. Framed by hills, rivers and lagoons, it exhibits a perfect balance between nature and urbanization, adventure and history. Its capital, also called Córdoba, is the second most important city in the country. From there, depart all roads to the fresh mountain rivers, quiet lagoons, green hills and the history beat still alive at every corner.
In Córdoba, it is possible to wake up with the warm city sun and listen to the many church bells that welcome the new day. Before everyday’s rhythm invades the city, the little streets invite to explore the Jesuit Square, declared Mankind Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO. Here, walls speak about the Jesuit Missions that came to these lands in 1599.
From the capital city, distances are shorter and in very little time it is possible to be at the middle of nature and unique cultural landscapes like Colonia Caroya, Jesús María, Villa Carlos Paz, Alta Gracia, Capilla del Monte, the Uritorco Mount, Cerro Colorado Mount and the Calamuchita Valley. Accompanied by good mates and the regional characteristic folk music, the journey begins to discover the country’s heart beats. While visitors get close to the hills, homemade cold-cuts and artisanal wines make them stop at any of the small towns by the route. The temperature rises and the green hills hide countless activities to enjoy until sunset. Many crystalline water rivers and lagoons invite to refreshment or fishing, in the silence of the afternoon preceding an evening sky with infinite stars.
In the evenings, the lights of diverse festivals and peñas light up the streets and call for a toast after an intense day. Córdoba’s people exhibit their characteristic good humor and invite to another drink for the next visit.
Córdoba has an excellent connectivity. Its strategic location places it at a land communication hub –National Route N° 9- that connects it with the cities of Buenos Aires, Rosario, Santiago del Estero, Tucumán, Salta and Jujuy. There are regular bus services to and from the most important destinations in the country and the region.
It also has an excellent air connectivity within Argentina and the region:
> Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, operated by Aerolíneas Argentinas, LAN and Andes Líneas Aéreas.
> Mendoza, operated by Sol Líneas Aéreas and Aerolíneas Argentinas
> Salta, operated by Andes Líneas Aéreas.
> Chaco, operated by Aerochaco.
> Montevideo, operated by Pluna.
> Porto Alegre, operated by Gol Líneas Aéreas.
> Rosario, operated by Sol Líneas Aéreas.
> San Miguel de Tucumán, operated by