Located in the heart of the Argentina, the Central Region comprised the provinces of Córdoba, Santa Fe and part of San Luis.
This Region has some of the most popular tourist attractions in Argentina mainly in Córdoba Province and Northeast of San Luis Province since most of Santa Fe consists of green flatlands use for farming.
Towards the Northwest of these plains are the Sierras of Córdoba. The highest peak, Mount Champaquí, towers
some 2,790 meters above its surroundings. Its fertile valleys contrast with deserts and salt pans, a particularly appealing landscape. Towards
the North, scattered chapels and “estancias” begin to appear. These constructions date back to the 17th and 18th centuries, and many of them are a Jesuit legacy.