Cordoba

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Cordoba

Commonly known as La Docta (“The Scholar”), for its emphasis on higher education, Cordoba is Argentina’s second-largest city. Founded in the late 16th century by Spanish explorer Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera, the city rests among central Argentina’s rolling pampas and rocky sierra.

Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city’s famed Jesuit Block contains a colonial baroque church and flower-lined courtyards. The Franciscan Order also built fine chapels in the city center. Argentina’s oldest university was founded here in 1613 by the Jesuit Order.

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La Calera and Alta Gracia

Tranquil villages speckle the province, including La Calera and Alta Gracia—the childhood home of Che Guevara.

In the surrounding countryside, some of Argentina’s finest estancias receive guests for day trips and overnight stays. Most of our clients choose to stay in one of these Estancias, staying for three or four nights.

What to do in Cordoba

Visitors to Cordoba’s Estancias enjoy:

  • Polo
  • Horseback Riding
  • Golf
  • Wing Shooting
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Bird Watching
  • Tours Of Local Wineries.
  • Traditional Asados
  • Golf

LANDED can also arrange visits to the nearby Ongamira Caves, the Cordoba Mountains, Jesuit Churches, and city tours of Cordoba.

What is the Weather Like?

The climate of Cordoba is subtropical, with dry, mild winters, and warm, rainy summers. During the months of April, May, August, September, and October you are most likely to experience good weather with pleasant average temperatures that fall between 68°F and 85°F. However, temperatures drop at night. Although unlikely, during these winter months there have been a few cold spells over the years, in which the temperature can drop below freezing.

The warmest months are October through March, with highs in the low 90s.

These averages are changing, please check extended weather forecasts using your favorite weather app prior to departure.

Getting There

Cordoba hosts the third most important Argentinian airport, after the international and domestic airports in Buenos Aires. The city receives several international and domestic flights.

By air, Cordoba is 90 minutes from Buenos Aires. Flights from Mendoza take around one hour and forty minutes and one hour and fifty minutes from Iguazu.

Start your journey today

LANDED delivers the finest in custom, private travel to Central America, South America, and Antarctica. These regions are our passion; we know them first-hand and by heart. Speak with one of our travel designers and let us create a tailored itinerary for you in Cordoba. 

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