Cordoba Free Walking Tour
Cordoba free walking tour takes you through the second-largest city in Argentina and the capital of the Cordoba province. It is known for its rich history, beautiful architecture, and lively student culture. Visitors can explore the many museums and historical sites, such as the Jesuit Block, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cordoba also has a great nightlife scene and is home to many bars, clubs, and restaurants. In addition, Cordoba is a great starting point for exploring the nearby Sierras de Cordoba mountain range, where visitors can go hiking and enjoy the scenery.
♦ Meeting point: Jesuit Block
♦ Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs
♦ Duration: 2 hours
♦ Availability: Everyday
♦ Price: Tip only basis
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Cordoba Free Walking Tour – Itinerary
Cordoba free tour begins at the famous Jesuit Block, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in the heart of the city. The block is a collection of buildings dating back to the 17th century, including the Colegio Nacional de Monserrat, the Church of the Company of Jesus, and the Escuela de Cristo. These buildings are considered masterpieces of colonial architecture and are a must-see for any visitor to Cordoba.
From the Jesuit Block, make your way to the beautiful Plaza San Martin. This grand square is the main public space in Cordoba and is surrounded by impressive 19th-century buildings. In the center of the plaza stands a statue of General San Martin, a national hero in Argentina who played a key role in the country’s fight for independence. Take some time to admire the statue and learn about San Martin’s role in the country’s history.
Continuing the tour, we visit the Cordoba Cathedral, one of the most important religious buildings in the city. The Cathedral is an impressive example of colonial architecture and is home to many works of art, including a beautiful altarpiece and several stained-glass windows. Inside the Cathedral, you can also admire the beautiful architecture and learn about the history of the church.
After that, visit the historical and cultural site of the University of Cordoba, one of the most traditional and oldest universities in Argentina, founded in 1613. The University has been a center of culture, art and science throughout its history, and the buildings and monuments that make up the university are a testimony to this. You can appreciate the fascinating architecture of the different buildings, the courtyards and the patios, and the famous clock tower.
Finally, walk to the lively Sarmiento pedestrian street, where you can see the colorful street art, and enjoy the local bars and restaurants. This lively street is one of the most popular places to go out in Cordoba, and you’ll find a wide variety of bars, cafes, and restaurants to choose from. Take a stroll down the street and admire the street art, enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, and take in the sights and sounds of the city.