An Enchanting Revolutionary History Sightseeing Tour of Cordoba
An enchanting revolutionary history sightseeing tour of Cordoba emerging from under the shadow of its big brother Buenos Aries, visit Cordoba with a guided tour and see this district has now opened up as being one of the unique parts of Argentina.
Popular with Argentine tourists for many years it is slowly welcoming more and more foreign visitors and custom Cordoba tours each year. The Province has an enchanting revolutionary history started by the Jesuits when they arrived in the early 1600s.
Valleys and mountain ranges surround this city home to many Scientific Institutes and Universities. As home to South Americas second oldest University, the city has a huge student population giving it a youthful feel.
Many Private Tours show that its wonderful old 19th-century houses have been transformed from crumbling wrecks to trendy boutiques, antique shops and art galleries.
This is the city's oldest neighbourhood, and local government has invested heavily in turning it into the vibrant quarter it is today to welcome more Cordoba escorted tours.
Top 10 Things to Do in Cordoba
Live Like a Gaucho for a Day on a Private Tour of Cordoba
Colonial Cordoba was once long forgotten and passed over for its big brother Buenos Aires, but now it is the place to be.
Live like a Gaucho (cowboy) for a day on a private tour of the Cordoba flat plains and ride horses as they did and many still do. The spectacular sightseeing opportunities here are a one off. You can book a Private Cordoba Tour and visit the Worlds oldest University.
Take a private guided tour at Evita's Fine Arts Museum and see the exquisite artworks of Fransisco Goya and Juan Carlos Castagnino and appreciate the taste and style of the local peoples as reflected in this amazing collection at this Museum.
Travel Tips for Cordoba
As a year-round destination, Cordoba enjoys a constant temperature with no extremes. Depending on your booked Private Tour the best time to visit is the Winter season from May to September when it is the festival season, and the temperature is around 20º. In May is the Cruces de May Festival when beautifully flower decorated crosses are arranged in squares and streets. July is the time of the guitar festival where the streets are alive with music.
Your holiday costs can vary depending on your requirements and Pre- Reserved Private Tours. On average hotel rooms range from 20-50$ a night to 150$ in a five-star hotel. There are many places to eat, and you can eat as cheaply as 11$ or go a bit more upmarket for 20$. Tipping is customary, and you should allow 10% on your bill if you are satisfied. Taxi service averages are about 10$, but local buses are cheap and reliable.
Always carry small change in coins for the bus as this is all they accept and check change and notes before leaving shops. If you see a demonstration stay away as they can get a bit volatile at times and avoid protest focal points. Don’t wander off the tourist-friendly neighbourhoods and just be aware of your surroundings. There are a huge amount of stray dogs here its best not to try to befriend them.
The weather in Cordoba changes little over the year with the average temperatures hovering the 70s. Hottest times are in the summer months from November to March when they reach the upper 70s. Rainfall averages around 100m a day over the winter months and is hardly registered during June to August. Here the sun seems to shine for at least 8 hours every day.