Our most recommended things to do in Córdoba, Argentina

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Alberdi Neighborhood: Revolutionary Identities Walking Tour

2. Alberdi Neighborhood: Revolutionary Identities Walking Tour

You'll walk through the Alberdi neighborhood to learn about local activism and its neighbors' main role in Córdoba revolutionary events: Cordobazo and University Reform. You'll start with a walk at the San Jeronimo cemetery, where you'll visit the graves of three of the leaders, then walk to Julio César Villagra Stadium to learn how the passion for soccer gives this place a unique identity. Continue your walk to the University Reform Museum, and the National Clínicas Hospital, an national historic building. Finally, enjoy a picnic next to the river (Costanera). You'll try a traditional “merienda” (included) and learn how to prepare "mate" (Argentinian tea).

Cordoba Private City Tour

3. Cordoba Private City Tour

With 1.5 million inhabitants Córdoba City offers a mixture of its colonial heritage and the lifestyle of every modern city. Visit with us the most ancient constructions of Argentina and discover their history beneath the activity of modern shops and buildings. Take a look at the main square with its beautiful Cathedral Church and the Colonial City Hall, become a witness of the past at the Jesuit block visiting the Jesuit Compañía de Jesús Church, the University courtyard & Montserrat School. Go on a shopping spree, while learning about the silver and leatherwork produced by Argentinean craftsmen. Find belts, buckles, ponchos, bags and purses, wallets, and other kinds of leather and alpaca goods. Find stores like Arandu, Crespo, Cardon, or simply souvenirs at La Emilia to take back home. Take a walk-through Patio Olmos Mall downtown; famous modern shops, facilities, and eating-areas built within a century-old building, once a public school. Visit the Buen Pastor Exhibition center in the middle of the University quarter. Take a picture of the Gothic-style Capuchinos church and finish your day at Palacio Ferreyra, the fine art museum placed at a historical family house.

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