Cordoba 4 Beds Hostel

Address: Balcarce 485 , Cordoba, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5000, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Balcarce 485 , Cordoba, is near El Paseo Buen Pastor.
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    • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
    • Breakfast Available
    • Wireless internet connection in public areas
    • High-speed internet in room


    • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
    • Drycleaning onsite
    • Continental Breakfast
    • Multilingual staff
    • Concierge desk

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cordoba 4 Beds Hostel

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    Travel Blogs from Cordoba

    Day 86

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Apr 28, 2015

    ... we had any questions but no one had a clue what he was saying half the time although at one stage Gilly picked up on the word 'trains' and decided to ask him about that. Gilly was trying to be nice but just ended up opening a can of worms. It was just so awkward. It was like seeing someone you only half know walking down the street and instead of just saying 'Hi' and walking on you, you stop and get into some bollocks conversation ...

    A quick detour to sunny Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Sep 25, 2014

    17 photos

    ... who were taken away from them. The toll during those 7 years was around 30,000 dead, 9000 missing, with over 500 children taken shortly after birth - I found all of these numbers staggering. Just over 100 of these children have contacted the organisation and have been reunited with their grandmothers.

    Following the museum, we had to head back to the hostel for our bags to head to the bus terminal and Puerto Iguazu - our second last stop in Argentina, which is pretty ...

    My second stop, Córdoba

    A travel blog entry by nicolelass on Oct 27, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the shop keep I wanted to take it. But the shop keep told me to wait a minute.

    Next thing, a chubby old Argentina man comes out and starts speaking to me in prefect English. He asked me where I was from and what happened to my old camera, etc. Then he said to me, "Look, electronics here in Argentina are very expensive and $1,800 is to much for a camera". He told me to come back later as they might have a second hand camera for me. I left the shop feeling ...

    Easter in the City and the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by travelkaz on Mar 28, 2013

    60 photos

    ... Just as well we did, as we got tickets no problem upon arrival - they know their country best! We arrived at La Cumbrecita mid afternoon. The town is of German decent, but the name is not the only thing that will come to make me think that the German settlers may have been to our very own Cumbria, and named the town in it's honour. Very typical of a Lakes village in style, and also crawling with bank holiday tourists. I instantly feel a familiar fondness for the place. We ...

    Crazy bus ride to Cordoba

    A travel blog entry by killerchicas on Feb 03, 2013

    ... right bus station. Luckily,
    another bus company saw the desperation in our eyes and drove us to the
    right bus station. Due to too much traffic we had to walk the last few
    blocks. One of the employees from the bus company accompanied us and
    even helped us carry some luggage. Walking too fast Anja disappeared
    under her backpack - she fell horizontally on the floor. In the end, we