Cordoba travel guide

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You're Going to Love Cordoba

Cordoba is Argentina's second largest city, with a population of around 1.4 million. It is in the heart of the renowned Pampas and makes a great base for exploration. Surrounded by beautiful plains and mountains, it is also famed for its colonial city center.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Cordoba

When to Visit Cordoba

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Cordoba is pleasant all year round, with warm and sunny days even in winter. The city is more humid in the rainy season, which runs from November to March.

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How to Get to Cordoba

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Where to Stay in Cordoba

Link Cordoba Hostel on Jujuy has good basic dorm accommodation. The NH Panorama on Marcelo T. de Alvear offers comfort in a central location.

Popular Neighborhoods in Cordoba

Where to stay in popular areas of Cordoba

Most booked hotels in Cordoba

How to Get Around Cordoba

The Cost of Living in Cordoba

Shopping Streets

Nueva Cordoba is the main shopping area, with lots of department stores and malls. Paseo de las Artes is a good place for local crafts and foods.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Cordoba will cost ARS$20 and a loaf of bread is ARS$30.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 12.27
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 133.93
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 1.03
C$ 3.50

Where to Eat in Cordoba

Casa de Salta on Caseros is a good choice for northern Argentinian food and Rancho Grande on Avenida Rafael Núñez is an excellent 'Parrilla' meat restaurant. Expect to pay around for dinner ARS$150 in a budget restaurant and ARS$300 in a more upscale eatery.