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  • Flights from Greece to Cordoba

    Have you always dreamed of travelling to Argentina? Search for cheap air tickets to Cordoba and you will never regret your choice! Though 700 kilometres away from Buenos Aires, Cordoba is far from being a suburban town – this is America's Cultural Capital ’06 after all! A much loved travel destination, Cordoba blends the old and the new, history and innovation, city and countryside. In Cordoba you’ll find a magnificent skyline with excellent colonial architecture, a breathtaking natural backdrop and an immense variety of museums and galleries; nothing less than you would find in the Argentinian capital. Organise your trip and accommodation in Cordoba and get ready for one of the most interesting experiences of your life!


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    Information about Cordoba

    Cordoba (Córdoba) is Argentina’s second largest city with a population of 1,400,000. It’s the capital of the Córdoba Province and one of Argentina’s most important university cities.

    Cordoba was founded in 1573 by Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera, followed by Jesuit missionaries. The Jesuit legacy is great and still evident around the city, the most important accomplishment being the University of Cordoba (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba), founded in 1613 – then known as “Colegio Máximo de Córdoba”.


    Córdoba, named after the Spanish city Córdoba, is also known as “La Docta” – stemming from “doctorate” – referring to its academic heritage.

    Deeply historic and extremely vibrant and interesting, Cordoba boasts a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites; side by side with the latest trends in the arts and music scene, as well as many nightlife hotspots.

    Visit Cordoba and feel the youthful energy, meet interesting people, taste delicious food, enjoy all the history you can get and have the time of your life!

    Airport

    Cordoba’s international airport (Aeropuerto Internacional de Cordoba "Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella") is located 9 kilometres north of the city and can be reached by the bus A5.

    Getting around Cordoba

    You can get around Cordoba by bus and taxi. Fares start at 1.10 ARS and minimum taxi fare costs 12.00 ΑRS.

    Cordoba Guide

    Your day in Cordoba starts at the Manzana Jesuítica, the Jesuit Block.


    The Jesuit Block includes a number of religious and secular buildings dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Attractions not to be missed are the Compañía de Jesús church and the Monserrat National College (Colegio Nacional de Monserrat), both part of Cordoba’s History Museum.

    Cordoba boasts a great wealth of museums, the most significant and interesting of which are the following:

    • The History Museum (Museo Histórico Provincial Marqués de Sobre Monte) is the largest colonial building in the city. Collections focus on the early colonial times of the 18th century.

    • The Superior Fine Arts Museum (Museo Superior de Bella Artes Evita), housed in an elegant building designed by Palacio Ferreyra, owns excellent art collections of various themes, spanning from 18th century Peruvian art to contemporary Argentinian art from the late ‘60’s.

    • The Provincial Fine Arts Museum (Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Emilio Caraffa) is one of the city’s most important museums of modern art. Housed in a neoclassical building designed by Juan Kronfuss, it hosts interesting temporary exhibitions.

    Finally, don’t miss the Paseo del Buen Pastor, the largest cultural centre and social hotspot in Cordoba. It was built in 1901 and first served as a monastery, before it was converted to a female prison. Since 2007 though, it has been representing the latest trends in fashion, design, gourmet food and nightlife.


    Cordoba’s official language is Spanish.

    Visa Requirements

    To travel to Argentina, you need a passport with validity extending 6 months after your travel dates. Greek citizens do not need a tourist Visa, for a maximum stay of 90 days.

    When to Go

    Cordoba’s climate is subtropical and has four distinct seasons; please keep in mind that the seasons of the Southern Hemisphere are the exact opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere.

    Summer (December - February) is hot and humid, with January being the hottest month of the year.

    In autumn (March - May), Cordoba gets cooler and the humidity levels keep falling, until they come to an end, at the end of May.

    Winter (June-August) is mild with low temperatures without extremes and a medium to low humidity.

    Spring (September - November) becomes warmer and rainier, with pleasant temperatures.

    Overall, you can visit Cordoba all-year-round, as long as you plan your itinerary accordingly.

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