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
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
Leaving Buenos Aires late Friday night we arrived in Cordoba early Saturday morning. Our first experience from a friendly, yet, COMPLETELY loco cab driver to Hostel Tango ( http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Tango-Hostel/Cordoba ...
Posted in Viva La... by Viva La
Cordoba was all about the food; empanadas, locro, tortas, and AMAZING steak for just a couple of dollars. We stayed three days with great weather and could definitely have stayed longer, but decided to get on the bus again, this time crossing the border to Uruguay... ...
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