Where to Go / What to Do in Córdoba

The calm and amiable colonial city of Cordoba offers visitors an agreeable tour around its Central Park, where you can visit the famous Portal de la Casa de los Condes de Ceballos, place where Agustín de Iturbide signed the Cordoba Treaties, official recognition of the end of the Spanish Conquest in Mexico. As in every great colonial city, in Cordoba there are numerous Catholic temples and convents, currently mute witnesses of the economic and social development experienced by the city, such as the Parish of the Immaculate Conception, the Temple of San Miguel, San Jose, San Juan and the convent of San Antonio.

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