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La Falda’s main plaza is a charming, tranquil affair, all the more so for being removed from the main drag. On weekends, and daily in summer, there’s a feria artisanal here.
Take a guided tour of the once-extravagant, now-decaying Hotel Eden, built in 1897, where the guest list included Albert Einstein, the duke of Savoy and several Argentine presidents...
Far more interesting for the stream-of-consciousness commentary on the evolution of the hippie movement in Argentina (dating back to the Greek Philosophers) than the actual artifacts it holds, this small museum on th...
El Viejo Molino is a 17th-century flour mill that was used to grind the town’s cereals until the 1950s.
One of the most beautiful of the Sierra’s Unesco World Heritage sites, the Jesuit estancia of Santa Catalina, some 20km northwest of Jesús María, is a quiet, tiny place, where the village store occupies part of the ...
1260m Cerro Pan de Azúcar offers good views of the sierras and, on a clear day, the city of Córdoba. An aerosilla runs to the summit regularly in summer – check with the tourist office in the off season.
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