Ant of these three....depends on what you want to do. Cordoba is the largest of the three obviously.
I could live in la Cumbre...if I had $255K USD (plus all the extra costs) to spend on a house.If you like small towns, La Cumbre (and neighboring towns) in the Sierras de Córdoba. It used to be premier Anglo-Argentine hill town resort for the railway expats, after WWII, the British did a comprehensive survey of the best places to live in the world and La Cumbre was in the top 5. After the British left, it has stagnated a bit, but still has great homes, clubs, recreation and restaurants for a town its size.
Tandil in the province of Buenos Aires is a safe city with nearby sierras ideal for adventure sports such as hiking, mountain biking. The city has never voted for the 'K's which may explain its prosperous status and its attraction for high tech companies and talent to settle there.
Mendoza is a great walkable city. Beautiful tree lined streets. Great year round weather. Decent public transportation, though to get the the scenic mountains it still takes the use of a car or extended research and planning of public transport.
* Mendoza city the gateway to smaller livable San Rafael, and even tiny mountain town of Marlagüe both in Mendoza province. Explore to the north to San Juan city and the entire Valle Fértil department of San Juan province.Mendoza is a great walkable city. Beautiful tree lined streets. Great year round weather. Decent public transportation, though to get the the scenic mountains it still takes the use of a car or extended research and planning of public transport.
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