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Córdoba is the second largest city in Argentina, with about 1.4 million inhabitants, and is the capital of the Cordoba province. It is in the heart of the Argentinean territory on the Pampas. The city is surrounded by valleys, formed up by three main mountain groups. It is known for the colonial buildings in the center as well as for the beautiful hills in the surroundings.

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There are many colonial buildings in the city center, most of them built by the Jesuits in 17th and 18th centuries. The Manzana de los Jesuitas, declared Humanity's patrimony by the UNESCO, is a whole block of such buildings, between 27 de Abril, Obispo Trejo, Caseros and Av. Vélez Sársfield.


  • Cathedral, Independencia / 27 de Abril.
  • Iglesia Sagrado Corazón, Obispo Oro / Buenos Aires, in neo-gothic style, well worth visiting.
  • Iglesia de Santa Catalina de Siena, Plaza Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera
  • Monasterio de Santa Teresa, Obispo Trejo / 27 de Abril, a interesting pink building
  • Iglesia de San Francisco, Entre Ríos / Buenos Aires
  • Compañía de Jesús, Manzana de los Jesuitas, oldest church of Argentina (1671)
  • Iglesia María Auxiliadora, Av Colón / Rodríguez Peña (gegenüber Plaza Colón), große monumentale neogotische Kirche in Barrio Alberdi

Other buildings

  • Palacio Ferreyra, Av. Yrigoyen / Derqui
  • Palacio Municipal, Av. Figueroa Alcorta
  • Cabildo, Plaza San Martín, colonial style, with a museum
  • Palacio de Justicia, Av. Figueroa Alcorta
  • Ex Rectorado de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba - Obispo Trejo / Caseros, very fine colonial building with a museum and a beautiful patio.
  • Colegio de Montserrat, Obispo Trejo / Duarte Quirós. School of the Jesuits.
  • Banco de la Provincia de Córdoba, San Jerónimo / Buenos Aires, neo-classicistic style.
  • Monument of San Martín, Plaza San Martín
  • Monument to Vélez Sársfield, Plaza Vélez Sarsfield (Av. V. Sarsfield / Av. H. Yrigoyen)
  • Monument of Myriam Stefford, in the outskirts, on RP5 (Av. Armada Argentina), near the toll station of Los Cedros, a huge obelisk
  • Faro, A lighthouse 1000 km from the sea, near Plaza de España


There are many museums housing all kinds of things.


  • Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Emilio E. Carrafa, Plaza España, with interesting paintings
  • Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes Dr. Genaro Pérez, Av. General Paz 33, somewhat more "underground" than the Carrafa, interesting.
  • Museo Ecclesiástico Déan Funes Plaza San Martín in the Oratorio O. Mercadillo, religious art
  • Museo de Arte Religioso Juan de Tejeda, Independencia 122, best museum for religious art in Argentina
  • Museo del Teatro y la Música Cristóbal de Aguilar, Velez Sarsfield 317, Teatro El Libertador
  • Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Chateau Carreras, Parque San Martín, Av. Ramón C. Carcano. A little 19th century castle with a beautiful patio, which exhibits modern art.
  • Art Galleries in the Paseo de las Artes, Belgrano/La Cañada/Pasaje Revol
  • Museo Iberoamericano de Artesanías, Belgrano / A. Rodríguez, folk art of Latin American Indians and typical "latinoamericanism" pieces
  • Museo Cultural General Paz, Pringles/Catamarca, Bo. Gral. Paz (sometimes closed)


  • Museo Paleontológico de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Velez Sarsfield 249, where there is the fossile of the greatest pre-historic spider of the world.
  • Museo de la Anatomía Dr. Pedro Ara, Chubut 149.
  • Museo de Ciencias Naturales Dr. Bartolomé Mitre, H. Irigoyen 115.
  • Museo de Mineralogía Alfredo Stelzner, Av. Velez Sársfield 299
  • Museo de Zoología, Av. Velez Sarsfield 299, 2nd level
  • Museo Nacional de Meteorología Dr. Benjamin Gould, San Luis 801. Best museum for meteorology in Argentina.
  • Museo de Antropología de la UNC, H. Irigoyen 174.


  • Museo del Automóvil, in the industrial complex CIADEA, Bo. Santa Isabel.
  • Museo de la Industria, Parque General Paz, Bo. General Paz, many cars and motorbikes of local production, and an interesting giratory house (casa giratoria).
  • Museo para Niños Barrilete, Av. Costanera, La Vieja Usina. A technical museum for kids.

Historic Museums:

  • Museo Histórico Marqués de Sobremonte, Rosario de Santa Fe 218, shows the history of city and of Argentina.
  • Museo Histórico de la Universidad, Obispo Trejo 242, at the "Ex Rectorado" (now Facultad de Derecho), will show the university's history.
  • Museo Colonial Hispanoamericano, Entre Ríos 24.
  • Museo Obispo Salguero, Obispo Salguero 84, Art and historic documents.
  • Museo Obispo Fray José Antonio de San Alberto, Manzana de los Jesuitas, religious items
  • Museo Numismático del Banco Nación, P. San Martín, Banco de la Nación, coin collections
  • Museo Banco de Provincia de Córdoba, P. San Martín
  • Museo Ernesto Che Guevara [1], Alta Gracia

Varied exhibitions:

  • Museo de la Ciudad, Cabildo, Plaza San Martín, varied exhibitions, often very interesting
  • Centro José Malanca, Entre Ríos 40
  • Centro Obispo Mercadillo, Rosario de Santa Fe 39

Parks and squares

  • Parque Sarmiento, Nueva Córdoba, the most popular park of the city, with a zoo, a flower garden and an artificial lake
  • Parque Las Heras, Bv. Las Heras / Av. Gral. Paz, a little park at the river Suquía
  • Parque de la Vida, at the La Cañada river, south-western Córdoba, a great, pleasant park with interesting scenery
  • Parque General Paz near the Río Suquía
  • Parque San Martín, Av. Ramón C. Cárcano, at the Río Suquía, 10 km. west of the city center. Córdoba's greatest park with a ferial complex, a soccer stadium and a (run down) nature reserve.
  • Jardín Botánico[2], near Río Suquía 8 km (5 mi) west of the center.
  • Isla de los Patos, Av. Costanera / Hualfín (Bo. Alberdi), an island in the Río Suquía with a little park, ideal for families.
  • Plaza San Martín, San Martín / Rosario de Santa Fe, the heart of the city, surrounded by historic buildings
  • Paseo de Sobremonte, La Cañada / 27 de Abril, an old, very pleasant square of 1785.
  • Plaza España, Chacabuco / Av. Yrigoyen, modern square in a rationalistic design.
  • Plaza Colón, Av. Colón / Mariano Moreno, Barrio Alberdi, green, beautiful square
  • Plaza de las Naciones, Av. Sagrada Familia, Barrio Cerro de las Rosas, great picturesque square with a hill
  • Paseo de las Artes, Belgrano / Fructuoso Rivera, square with well-known art and crafts market and old-style buildings


  • Córdoba Observatorium, in Barrio Observatorio, one of the world's most important until 1900.
  • Centro Espacial Teófilo Tabanera, Ruta C-45, Falda del Cañete, 15 km (9 mi) south-west. Argentina's main space center, with a museum.
  • Observatorio Bosque Alegre, 25 km (15 mi) south-west of the city, now the main telescope.

Carmelite Monastery

Cordoba Cathedral


Plaza San Martin

Plaza Espana

Santa Catalina de Siena Church

Palacio Ferreyra

Compania de Jesus

National University of Cordoba

Colegio Nacional de Monserrat

General San Martin Theater

Teatro del Libertador

Plaza Italia

Sagrado Corazon Church

Emilio E. Carrafa Provincial Fine Arts Museum

Torre Angela

Manzana Jesuitica

Palacio de Justicia

Marques de Sobremonte Historical Museum

Museo de Bellas Artes Dr. Genaro Perez

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About Cordoba


Córdoba was founded in 1573 and for a long time it was the largest and most important town in the region that today is Argentina, until in 1776 Buenos Aires was declared capital of the Virreinato del Río de la Plata. Córdoba's university was founded as early as 1613 by the Jesuits. The Catholic Church had much influence on social life until 1900, and Córdoba sometimes was called "Argentina’s Rome". In 1918 a student revolution, the Reforma Universitaria, led to a modernization of the university, which until this time had been very conservative and elitist. This revolution spread to all cities of Argentina and most of Latin America.

In the 1950s the city was industrialized by the Perón and Frondizi governments. Today, Córdoba is Argentina's second technology hub behind Buenos Aires and leads above-all in motor industry (Renault and Fiat) and in high-tech sectors like software and electronics.

Córdoba has played a major role in some of the revolutionary movements in 20th century Argentina. So, in 1955 in the city started the conservative Revolución Libertadora which led to the resignation of Juan Perón some days later. In 1969 and 1971, two left-wing riots known as Cordobazo and Viborazo were among the main reasons for the end of the military dictatorship which had governed Argentina since 1966.


Córdoba has a lot of cultural life, except in summer when the scene moves to Carlos Paz and other hillside resorts. But it's too a good center for sports.

Cultural life

There are over 50 theaters and culture centers and some "arte bars", where you can see theater, art exhibitions and different music acts. Every 2 years there is the Festival de Teatro del Mercosur, Argentina's most important theater festival, with many groups of South America.

Most important theaters include:

  • Teatro del Libertador, Av. Vélez Sársfield / Duarte Quirós, the biggest and most traditional, in Italian opera-house style, featuring opera and classical music, but also more modern pieces.
  • Teatro Real, San Jerónimo 66, facing Plaza San Martín, the second traditional theater, with a wide variety of shows, including opera, music, and humor.
  • Teatro Comedia, Rivadavia 254 (was heavily damaged by a fire, now closed)
  • Espacio Cirulaxia, Pasaje Pérez 12
  • documentA / Escénicas, Lima street
  • Teatro María Castaña, Tucumán street
  • Teatro La Cochera, Fructuoso Rivera 541
  • Teatro Pacífico, Dean Funes 266
  • Teatro Maipú, Maipú 350
  • Studio Theater, Rosario de Santa Fe and Maipú, a theater and discotheque
  • Teatro Córdoba, 27 de Abril / Belgrano (with cinema exhibitions)

Modern theater is also shown in Cineclub Municipal Hugo del Carril.

Multiplex cinemas are in the shopping centers of Patio Olmos, Nuevo Centro and Córdoba Shopping, but there are some traditional cinemas in the city center like Gran Rex in General Paz and Colón and Cinerama, Colón between Tucumán and Sucre.

There are also cineclubes, cinemas, with some of them being very active cultural centers.

  • Cineclub Municipal Hugo del Carril [3], Bv. San Juan and Obispo Trejo,
  • Teatro Córdoba Cine para ver [4], 27 de Abril / Belgrano
  • Facultad de Lenguas of the University, the
  • Centro Cultural España Córdoba (see below)
  • Sociedad Británica (British Society).

Many "arte bars" show movies, too.

In the many cultural centers there are not only a wide variety of shows and exhibitions, but you can also assist at many courses:

  • Ciudad de las Artes, Av. Ricchieri (Parque Sarmiento; Bo. Villa Revol), a new cultural complex with many institutes
  • Paseo de las Artes (see above)
  • Pabellón Argentina, the cultural center of the University
  • Centro Cultural España Córdoba, Caseros / Independencia, shows of modern music, theater, cinema and multimedia arts, and literature
  • Goethe-Institut, Plaza España (Nueva Córdoba), German culture center
  • Casa Grote (Padre Grote, Bo. General Bustos), "underground" culture center, with exhibitions, music and theater.
  • 990 Arte Club (Bv. Los Andes y Las Heras)

There are also cultural activities at the CPCs (municipal district centers).


In the Parque Sarmiento and Ciudad Universitaria you can do a wide variety of sports, including soccer, basketball, mountain-bike, and hockey.

The Universidad Nacional de Córdoba [5] offers courses in a variety of sports, including climbing and sailing. Secretaría de Educación Física, Av. Valparaíso S/N.

Association football (soccer) is the most popular sport, like in most of Argentina. The best-known soccer teams of Córdoba are Belgrano, Talleres and Instituto. Belgrano plays in First Division, Talleres and Instituto in Second Division (B Nacional). Córdoba has also a very good basketball team, Atenas, which holds the record of championships in Argentina and is known as one of the best outside the USA.


  • Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Av. R.C. Cárcano, Parque San Martín. Known also as "Olympic" stadium (although there never were olympic games in Argentina). It doesn't belong to a specific club, so all important football matches and many other sports and entertainment events are held here. With 55.000 spectators (all-seater) it's one of the largest in Argentina.
  • Estadio Presidente Perón, Jujuy / Quevedo, Bo. Alta Córdoba, Instituto's stadium, is the second largest. Capacity: 30.000.
  • Estadio Gigante de Alberdi (official name: Julio César Villalba, Belgrano's stadium), Arturo Orgaz / La Rioja, near Av. Colón in the Alberdi neighborhood, is the third largest with 28.000 spectators.
  • Estadio Boutique (Talleres), Av. Riccheri 3200 / Av. Talleres, Bo. Jardín, Capacity: 16.500.
  • Orfeo Superdomo, Av. Rodríguez del Busto and Cardeñosa, the largest indoor stadium of Argentina with a capacity of about 12.000.
  • Polideportivo Carlos Cerutti, another large indoor stadium, where Atenas' basketball team plays regularly. Pinzón 1950


Although some locals do so, it is not recommended to swim in the polluted Río Suquía, except for the extreme north-west of the city. Houses in the south, or northwest of the city are guaranteed to have swimming pools, all the way to Unquillo.

You can swim at the following spots in the surroundings:

  • La Calera, 18 km (11 mi) north-west from the center, where the Suquía is clean and there are many pleasant spots, with rocks and little cascades, like Diquecito and Casa Bamba.
  • Río Ceballos, a very attractive suburb, 30 km (18 mi) north-west from the center in the hills, can be reached by a very good highway. There is the La Quebrada artificial lake, with a dam, and in the surroundings there are many little rivers and cascades.
  • Anizacate, Los Aromos, La Bolsa and La Serranita near Alta Gracia, 30 km (18 mi) south-west, with river beaches and much tranquility.
  • Villa Carlos Paz, at River San Antonio, although the more central beaches and the Lake San Roque seems to be polluted, so better go to the beaches south of the central area like Playas de Oro and nearby beaches at Mayu Sumaj and Icho Cruz. At Cuesta Blanca 10 km (6 mi) there is an isolated, very attractive beach after a 40-min walk, the Playa de los Hippies.

There are many buses (every 20-30 min) to all mentioned spots.

If you are in a hurry you can swim, too, in the many piscinas (swimming pools) in the outskirts of the city itself, and even in the city center, but most of them are rather poor, and you will have to pass a medical examination. The largest public swimming pool is the Pileta Municipal in Sarmiento Park, but is only open between December and March and often very crowded.


Events like congresses, big concerts, and exhibitions are hold at the following centers:

  • Predio Feriar, Av. R. C. Cárcano, Parque San Martín. Great events and congresses, some festivals.
  • Orfeo Superdomo, Rodriguez del Busto / Cordillera (Bo. Villa Cabrera), music and sports events including boxing
  • Pajas Blancas Center, M. P. de Cabrera 7500, concerts and congresses
  • Forja, Bo. Talleres Este (5 km {3 mi} east of center), often concerts, but also congresses
  • La Vieja Usina, Av. Costanera R. Mestre (Bo. Alberdi), frequent music and theater events.
  • Sala de las Américas, Av. H. de la Torre (Ciudad Universitaria), many concerts and theater events.
  • Centro Cultural Gral. Paz, Catamarca / Pringles, an old warehouse, many rock concerts and theater events
  • Anfiteatro, Parque Sarmiento, beautifully located but actually little use.

Some events also take place in the soccer stadiums mentioned above.


Most restaurants are in the Cerro de las Rosas area, the Avenida Colón and in Nueva Córdoba, but nearly in all parts of the city you will find some good places to eat.


  • choripan: sandwiches with argentinian chorizo, stands near parque Sarmiento
  • 31 Grados, Bv. Chacabuco, pleasant modern bar which serves hot dogs ("panchos") in all sort of exotic flavors, and electronic music
  • Juanito, Av. Pueyrredón, Mexican food, often crowded at weekends
  • Mega Döner, Ituzaingó / Rondeau, Döner Kebap in various flavors
  • Ugi's Pizza, Bv. Illía / Ituzaingó, cheap pizzas (a clone of the Buenos Aires original)


  • Rincón Chino, Av. Colón, All-You-Can-Eat with Chinese and Argentine food
  • Potrerillo, Bv. Las Heras / Av. Tillard, Mexican food, after 3AM it converts into a (mainstream) discotheque
  • Casa de Salta, Caseros / Independencia, northern Argentina food
  • Al-Malek, Derqui 255, arabic food, pleasant, good food, but often crowded
  • Plaza Austria, Costanera, German food and local beer, at the Río Suquía
  • Las Tinajas, Bv. San Juan, another at Av. Colón, a huge All-You-Can-Eat with Argentina and Chinese food
  • Equilibrate, V. Sársfield 29, vegetarian restaurant and delivery


  • Rita (four restaurants, in Nueva Córdoba, Villa Cabrera, Alta Córdoba and Carlos Paz), modern and stylish resto-bar with electronic music or live bands, and a wide variety of ethnic food.
  • Il Gatto, Av. Gral Paz and Av. Colón, Italian food
  • Guccio, Av. H. Yrigoyen 71, international specialties
  • Rancho Grande, Av. Rafael Nuñez, typical Argentine "Parrilla", meat.
  • San Honorato (0351) 453-5252. Pringles esquina 25 de Mayo. Closed on Mondays, open for lunch & dinner. Built inside an old bakery, San Honorato is not only delicious food; it is an experience in itself. After ordering, you will be asked to proceed to the vine cellar, where the owner and his son welcome you with a glass of wine and some bites while your food is cooking. $50 - $100.


Cordoba has a very vibrant nightlife although it dies of somewhat during the university holidays over Christmas and doesn't get going again until March-ish. There are places to cater for all tastes from dingy bars to live shows to the latest and greatest music. The main events can be seen at the Site "Córdoba.Net" [7] and in the La Voz del Interior newspaper. If you like electronic music, the web portal Cosmobeat [8] will guide you to the main events in city and surroundings. Only the gothic scene is under-represented, there are only irregular parties. Also don't expect too much night life between Sunday and Tuesday, when only a few clubs are open (particularly Monday).

In the following three districts there is the most active night life:

  • Nueva Córdoba, where many students from the interior live, there are many bars and pubs and some mainstream clubs
  • Ex Abasto. the "red-light district" near River Suquía, many rock and cuarteto clubs and some greater discotheques, wide variety of music between mainstream and underground. The surrounding area is relatively unsafe, so keep at the main streets, which at weekends are full of young people.
  • Chateau Carreras, near Parque San Martín, the most "chic" area, expensive clubs, most of electronic music, some with international pop or cuartetos.

There are also some expensive clubs in the Cerro de las Rosas district. In Alta Córdoba and nearby General Bustos districts there are many arte bars with live music. In the suburbs of Villa Allende, Saldán and La Calera there are some popular clubs too. In summer there is a very active night life in Villa Carlos Paz, minibuses will take you to the biggest clubs from Plaza Vélez Sarsfield at 1AM if you pay the entrance fare in advance.

The authentic urban music of Córdoba is the lively, fast Cuarteto, invented in the 1940s but has changed greatly in the 1980s and 1990s, including more Central American (merengue) and pop influences. Bands of this genre play live several times a week, in the so called bailes, at sport centers, halls and great discotheques. Most of the visitors of these bailes are working-class youths or slum kids. If you want to visit a baile, particularly that of the most popular singer La Mona Jiménez, take a local with you, because there is frequent fighting and other alcohol excesses, but men generally only get in trouble if they speak to someone's girlfriend. For women there are no special dangers, because Argentine men are generally very polite to them, but don't feel disturbed if many boys want to speak to you...

The order of the following list is from cheap to expensive:

  • Clarke´s Irish Bar, Independencia 229, Cordoba Centro, the only authentic Irish bar in Cordoba, Irish owened with real cans of Guinness imported from Dublin! a must see for tourists
  • Bar de Don Mario, San Martín / Rondeau (Nueva Córdoba), a little, cheap rock bar in Nueva Córdoba, frequented by students
  • La Rústica, Zona Ex Abasto near Av. Tillard, cheap bar with local punk rock and heavy metal, no live music, but sometimes strip dancers, frequented by students and "rollinga" (rock) youths
  • Pétalos de Sol, Av. Figueroa Alcorta / Bv. San Juan, one of the most popular and typical student rock / reggae bars in the centre, open every day.
  • Paris Bar, student club in Nueva Córdoba, with pop music, a chic but a bit "retro" atmosphere
  • Los Infernales de Güemes, Belgrano 631, each table got a chance to sing or play for the whole bar's pleasure!
  • X bar, wide range of cocktails and a wide range of prices too, good music and great vibe, Av Marcelo T. de Albear 362
  • Santa Lupita, mexican style bar, good vibe, music, and one of the best cocktail bars in the city. Belgrano 891.
  • Dada Mini, cool bar with a great menu, often there is live performances. Achaval Rodriguez 250.
  • 990 Arte Club, Bv. Los Andes, alternative club with live music, at the Abasto, rock, reggae and sometimes theater. One of the centres of Córdoba's "hippie" culture.
  • Jamaica, Montevideo / Figueroa Alcorta (centre), afterhour bar with rock and reggae music
  • Beep Pub, Sucre near Av. Colón, gay afterhours bar with shows
  • Casa Babylon. Bv. Las Heras 34 (Ex Abasto), alternative club, electronic music on Fridays, but Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays there is live music of local and national bands of all musical genres.
  • La Barra Boliche, Lima / Alvear (Centro), big mainstream club with three floors (pop / cuarteto / electronic)
  • Palm Beach, Bv. Las Heras (Ex Abasto), Cuarteto club, only open if there is a live band
  • Refugio Guernica, Av. Tillard, rock club, frequent local and national live bands.
  • Zen, Av. Fuerza Aérea near Cañada, big gay disco with two floors, now very much the "in" place
  • Dublin, Bv. Chacabuco Ecke San Lorenzo, Irish Pub with some traditional Irish food and beer
  • Johnny B. Good, Rafael Nuñez, another at Yrigoyen, expensive after-office and cocktail bar with live rock and electronic music
  • Rinzaclub. Bv. Illía 34, electronic music and pop, Wednesdays recommended
  • But Mitre. Marcelo T. de Alvear (Nueva Córdoba), big, expensive club with very "chic" visitors
  • Carreras, Av. del Piamonte S/N (Zona Chateau), techno-house club with expensive drinks
  • El Colono, Av. del Piamonte S/N (Zona Chateau), cuarteto and mainstream music
  • Piaf, Barrio San Martin, best-known gay club in Córdoba
  • Eiffel Resto Bar, Barrio Nueva Córdoba, Transito Caseres 518, Drink, Pizzas and "Lomitos" A beef sandwich (delicious!)


Córdoba is a good shopping city, where you can buy near all kind of things at reasonable prices. The most active zone is the peatonal area and the nearby Mercado Norte, with cheaper prices. There are modern shopping malls, too: Patio Olmos and Garden Shopping (central district), Dinosaurio Mall and Córdoba Shopping (northwest), and the Nuevo Centro Shopping (west) where there is also the Sheraton Hotel. In the Nueva Córdoba area, but also in some central galleries, there are many modern-style shops and boutiques for young people, with often self-designed clothing. Note that electronic items like televisions, cameras and computers usually have higher prices than in Europe and the US; particularly cellular phones even tend to be more expensive and are using old standards like GSM and CDMA.

Local arts and crafts are sold at the Paseo de las Artes (Saturday and Sunday after 5pm), where you also can buy some local food like salamis, honey, and alfajores (a local sweet with dulce de leche) in the very pleasant Güemes district (see above). There is also a smaller arts and crafts market at Plaza San Martín, and some others at other city squares. In summer most craftsmen move to the Sierras, where there is an attractive market at the dam Dique San Roque 10 km (6 mi) north of Carlos Paz, 15 km (9 mi) west of La Calera and 25 km (15 mi) from Córdoba itself, via route E-55.

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