Córdoba is one of the richest provinces in Argentina and shares the country’s passion for beef. But there are other typical food you must taste at least once in Córdoba. Young goats, peanuts, olives and more flourish in the city’s hills and valleys, produced by new generations of European descent. Recipes and condiments introduced by colonies of Italians and Germans who settled in the region are part of the region’s classic cuisine. Whether you travel to the tourist zones or enjoy street foods, there are many ways to discover the flavors of Córdoba.