Cordoba is the only metropolis in the Southern Cone with preserved Jesuit missions in the middle of the downtown area: the Manzana Jesuitica (Jesuit Mansion) , near the San Martin Plaza. Close by you can visit the Belas Artes Evita Peron museum , housed in the beautiful Palacio Ferreyra.
At night, try the city's official drink, Fernet with Coke, and discover the rhythm that puts the Tango to shame: the quartet. The bars are all in Nueva Cordoba; the clubs in Ex-Abasto (on the other side of the river) and in Chateau Carreras (for the playboys). The culinary route goes through the Cerro de Las Rosas.
When it’s time to rest, your best bet is to head to the mountain estates, like Villa General Belgrano, La Cumbre, or La Cumbrecita.