Central Argentina includes the provinces of Buenos Aires, Cordoba and La Pampa.
Córdoba is the second largest city, and the main location for urban development in central Argentina. Nestled in a deep valley, Cordoba is surrounded by mountains creating its own microclimate. This beautiful city is open to tourism not only because of its rich history and tradition, but also because of its impressive scenery. But Cordoba is also proud of its cultural and religious heritage, providing tours to all the prominent Jesuit sites. There are many activities to do, but when the time comes to relax, the beautiful lakes, hills, and rivers will melt away the day.
Buenos Aires offers its visitors a chance to see history at their fingertips. Reflecting its European architecture and spirit, it boasts museums, parks, theaters, cultural centers, and (of course) the tango. And no visit is complete without a walk down to the river delta, a biking afternoon, tango classes, and experiencing the ”land of the gauchos” with horseback riding and “Asados” (Argentinian BBQs). Football and polo matches are a favorite among many visitors looking for seeing what makes Argentinians passionate.