Córdoba is the capital of the Argentine province with the same name. Although it is the second-largest city in the country, it has a distinctly small-town feel to it.
From the Cordoba Travel Guide
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i had a excellent few days in cordoba and especially because of this fine hostel. its small and feels homely, is in walking distance of the center and the staff really made sure it felt comfortable and advised me on nice places to visit! thumbs up!! ... more
This is place is family based. So you live almost "together" with a very nice and young family that tries to help you out in anything they can. They even invited me for food and the trip back to the airport. To fully benefit from that Spanish knowledge would be beneficial. Location is very good. ... more
I stayed at CHE SEGUERO for 3 nights in the beginning of April , the staff are great very friendly and very helpful they will do anything for you.The hostel is in a great location located near all of night life is , easy walking distance to the bus terminal and the other attractions in the city. ... more
Are Mendoza/Cordoba fun?
doing spanish course in Buenos Aires for two weeks and want to do a third in either Mendoza or Cordoba. Are they fun places or boring compared to BA. will be there at the beginning of Feb. please help four girls up for a laugh. ...
From Buenos Aires to Cordoba
Hey, everyone! Could you please tell me about getting by bus from Buenos Aires to the Blas Pascal University in Cordoba. Greatly appreciate your help. ...
Lima to Cordoba by bus
Hi, i need to get from Lima (Peru) to Cordoba (Argentina) at the start of next month by bus. Does anyone know what the best/quickest route would be? Thanks! ...