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The Cathedral of Córdoba is the oldest church of Roman Catholic Archdiocese in the city and is also Argentina’s longest-serving church to be in continuous service. This National Historic Monument showcases frescoes, a painting by Argentine artists such as Manuel Cardeñosa and Emilio Caraffa. There is a crypt in the cathedral in which significant historical facts and figures are buried. This beautiful cathedral is lovely to witness. This place is a religious tourist attraction that does not ask for an admission charge.



This monument was built in 1906, and is a recreational, cultural and commercial center of the city. This building was constructed as a women-prison and was re-inaugurated in 2007. Nowadays, this place showcases work of Córdoba’s emerging artists. There are many cafes, and a lot of music shows happen here. One can stop by for a program or can check local newspaper La Voz del Interior for show details. This place remains open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm. One can take a rich dive in Argentine culture by visiting this attraction.



The Plaza San Martín is a major tourist attraction and is popular for its greenery, tall tree lines and has different varieties of various trees and plants. This plaza was made in the 16th century when urbanization was started in Argentina. The Plaza’s square has a beautiful monument of bronze sitting on a base. This attraction was named after the popular Argentinian and American hero San Martin. Other attraction is the plaza is a votive-lamp and a small octagonal fountain. This place showcases the Spanish architecture and attracts art lovers from around the world.



Evita Fine Arts Museum is an art museum in Cordoba. The museum is housed in a palace which was designed by a French artist. It maintains 12 exhibit halls, library, a sculpture garden and an auditorium with a seating capacity of 120. This museum showcases around 500 artworks. The place opens for its visitors from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. It could be a nice experience to visit this museum, especially for art lovers.

Travelling to Cordoba, Argentina

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Cordoba is a beautiful city and capital of Cordoba Province. It is popular for its eye-catching, beautiful Spanish Colonial Architecture. The city is located at the foothills of Sierras-Chicas mountain range. The city is a major tourist attraction, and every year hundreds of tourists visit Cordoba and explore its Spanish architecture. The city was founded by Jeronimo Lus De Cabrera in 1573 and was the first Spanish Colonial capital of the area, now known as Argentina. The city holds an honor to house the seventh oldest university of Spanish-America, The National University of Cordoba. It was founded in 1613. Jesuit Order built this university, and because of this university, the city got a new nickname, ‘La Docta’ which means ‘The Learned’. City tourism often surprises visitors with its various attractions, along with its various mountain families from the North and West of its boundary. Its creeks and rivers, along with its infinite green areas and the woodlands, its beautiful weather and its unique natural scenes attract visitors to this amazing city. From being modern and traditional, historical and cultural, every reason is enough for you to fall in love with the city. Its Spanish and Jesuit legacy can be seen in estancias and churches. Cordoba throws a famous National Beer Festival every October, this fest attracts tourists from entire Argentina and outer lands. With its Reservoirs and Dams, natural and vintage - cultural attractions, in addition to an enormous tourist - friendly climate, turns Cordoba into one of the most happening and extraordinary tourism spots.All these things along with friendly locals and lovely atmosphere make Cordoba a beautiful place to add in your exploration diary.

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Cordoba Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

There is no need to buy a ticket for visiting this city. However, every attraction in the city may have their admission charge.

How To Get Around?

The options for getting around this beautiful city are by walking, cycling or hiring black-yellow meter taxis or one can go for a city tour in a Red British double-decker bus.

What Should I Wear?

Your dressing should be directly proportional to the weather in which you are visiting. Try to pack neutral colored and easy to go clothes. Try to carry a light jacket or Pashmina as nights and evenings become cold sometimes. Carry good shoes and sunglasses.

Cordoba Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Best time to visit this city is in May and October. During these months, Days remain warm and nights are cool.


Argentine Peso is the currency used in entire Argentina, including Cordoba.

Will I Need a Guide?

It is good to hire a guide from a reliable source. It will give ease to your journey, and your guide will explain you about monuments and local life.

How To Get There?

There are many ways to travel to Cordoba. Most convenient one is by boarding the AVE Train, it connects the city to major nearby cities like Madrid, Barcelona, etc. It also saves time and money. Other options are by renting a car or taxi and driving through N-432, A-45 roads that connect Cordoba to neighboring cities. There is no direct air service as there is only one private airport for private planes. If you are traveling by air, then you have to land in either of the following cities- Jerez, Seville, Granada, and Malaga. Last option is to board a public bus from Madrid or Malaga.

Additional Info

A mid-range exploration of the city will cost you around 55 $/day (1981 Argentine Peso) which includes your food, stay and travelling. This may vary as per your travelling and lifestyle.