Most people visiting Argentina go to Buenos Aires and call it a day, but this country actually has many more amazing cities in store. Córdoba is the case in point, and if you’re not sure what to do during your visit, here’s where you can spend your time.
Córdoba spent many years under the Spanish colonial rule, and many of its most popular buildings are evocative of this part of its past. Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba are the first buildings that come to mind, but the Cathedral of Córdoba and Los Capuchinos Church are also great examples of colonial architecture in this city.
Sarmiento Park is Córdoba’s largest and most beautiful public park, with walking paths and an artificial lagoon on the premises, but it’s not the only one. Tejas Park and the beautifully landscaped Parque del Château are also worth checking out.
If you want to explore Córdoba’s rich history and art scene, the city’s top museums are the place to be. Evita Fine Arts Museum and Faro Museum Emilio Caraffa are amongst the most popular with tourists, and they’re truly impressive inside and out.