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Visit the main sights of Buenos Aires and Córdoba and explore the low prairies full of intriguing flora and fauna.
The Pampas region consists of flatlands in the heart of Argentina. Grasslands stretch over the horizon in this vast area, which is dotted with some of the country’s largest cities and provinces. Admire the historic and cultural sights of Buenos Aires and Córdoba and embark on a road trip to the picturesque countryside.
Explore the country’s capital and its most iconic sights, such as the Obelisco that marks the city center. See the Teatro Colón, the Recoleta Cemetery and the Caminito Street Museum in La Boca. Relax in Parque Las Heras and explore the trendy shops and cafés of Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood.
Travel to the coastal retreats of Pinamar and Cariló and rent buggies to climb over sand dunes beside the dense forest.
To the west is the large city of Rosario and Córdoba province, whose eponymous capital is among the country’s largest cities. Admire the elegant colonnade of the Cabildo and the majestic façade of the Córdoba Cathedral on the central Plaza San Martín. Visit scenic suburban villages, such as Capilla del Monte with the mossy Cerro Uritorco mountain that locals claim is visited by UFOs.
Explore the flora and fauna of the countryside, which is rich with cattails, reeds and water lilies, despite the dry atmosphere. Gaze up at the birds, such as the pampa finch, the yellow finch and the double-collared seedeater.
Learn about the fascinating history of the Pampas area. It was initially reached by Spanish groups in the early 17th century but staunch resistance by indigenous people prevented expansion until the late 1800s. Note that the area’s name is from the Quechua term for plains.
The region occupies the central part of Argentina, incorporating the Buenos Aires province and Cordoba. Fly to Buenos Aires’ international or domestic airports and ride a bus west for about 10 hours to reach the heart of the Pampas region.
Expect warm summer days with cool nights and cold winters with little precipitation. Winter nights are frosty with flurries of snow.
The Pampas region is a picturesque endless stretch of lush prairies and big cities.