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Argentina's second city is full of culture and home to seven universities giving it a young, lively population. Founded in 1573, Cordoba was the largest and most important town within the region due to its Jesuit population. The Jesuits founded one of South America's first universities in 1613 and we were able to have a private guided tour of the …
Cordoba is the second largest city in Argentina and located in the middle of the country. It was founded in 1573 by Jeronimo Luis de Cabrera who named it after the Spanish city Cordoba. It is considered the second oldest Spanish colonial city in South America.
For us it was the last stop before finishing in Buenos Aires - the end of our …
Right, I'll keep this short as I've fallen behind on my bloging. Cordoba is amazing.
200,000 students gives it a really good vibe and makes it a great place to go out. I've also never been to a city before with such a high percentage of stunningly beautiful women!
We stayed in Hostel Morada, a little walk from the centre. But the …
We reached Cordoba today after a long 22 hour bus ride. Surprisingly, the ride was not as bad as we had originally thought it would it be. Throughout the bus ride all you see is beautiful flatlands with cattle - horses, cows and in some cases goats. It's surprising to see how scarcely these flatlands are populated compared to Buenos Aires and …
No in depth description of a magnificent bus trip this time as it was 10hrs overnight so there was nothing to see. We arrived in the city early in the morning and it was cold and wet. Not a good start, but the weather did improve during our stay here. We caught a taxi to the Morado Hostel and as we were so early the room wasn't quite ready so while …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMorada Hostel Cordoba
Good location, a 20 minute walk to Plaza San Martin. Helpful friendly staff - Diego took us along to the football at a reasonable price, and we were able to change USD at a good rate. Average breakfast - the 'bread rolls' were like small Inca bricks! Cool building with interesting decor. Nice private double. However, the Argentinians like to party late and hard - don't expect to get much sleep on a Fri or Sat night!
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