Villa Dolores is a city in the province of Cordoba, Argentina located in the southwestern side of the province with a population is approximately 40,000 inhabitants.
Although it is one of the smallest cities in Cordoba, many other provinces rely on Villa Dolores for its major export in potatoes. Wine consumption is also a large trait in this town having its own import route from the capital city of wine in Argentina, Mendoza.
Tourism is a large part of the popularity of Villa Dolores with many tourists visiting during its tourism high season (January - February), tourist attractions aren't the usual theme parks, large monuments and historic backgrounds as in other towns, instead, Villa Dolores is famed for its peaceful environment with breathtaking views of the Cordoba mountain range. It is also known for its hidden rivers that run freshwater streams from the mountain tops. The best known location with its purest stream is "La Piedra Pintada".
Night life 
The town's nightlife is very quiet during the week but picks up on weekends when young locals and tourists alike hit the nightclubs, restaurants, pubs and bars.
External links 
Municipal information: Municipal Affairs Federal Institute (IFAM), Municipal Affairs Secretariat, Ministry of Interior, Argentina. (Spanish)