Destination guide: Cordoba, Argentina
Cordoba is the second most important city in Argentina and a UNESCO-designated American Capital of Culture. It is also an example of the preservation of national history, since it has several impeccably maintained colonial buildings, built between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
LAN Airlines offers flights to Cordoba so you can enjoy its beautiful scenery, which, together with its movie theaters, theatres, discos and bars, creates a unique Cordobean bohemian atmosphere.
Cordoba - Things to do
Teatro del Libertador General San Martín
It’s well worth going to a performance here, if only to see the opulence of the country’s most historic theater. The theater was completed in 1891, and the floor was designed to be mechanically raised and leveled to the stage, so seats could be removed, allowing for grand parties for the aristocracy of the early 1900s.
Latitude: -31.4192200000000 / Longitude: -64.1877593994141
Number: +54 351 433 2319
Opening Hours: box office 9am-9pm
Pricing: admission AR$25-160
Address: Av Vélez Sársfield 365
Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Emilio Caraffa
One of the city’s best contemporary art museums is the neoclassical Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Emilio Caraffa. It stands ostentatiously on the eastern side of Plaza España. Architect Juan Kronfuss designed the building as a museum and it was inaugurated in 1916. Exhibits change monthly.
Latitude: -31.4284987500000 / Longitude: -64.1836832800000
Telephone Number: +54 351 433 3414
Pricing: admission free
Address: Av. H. Yrigoyen 651
Nueva Cordoba’s landmark building, the Palacio Ferrerya was built in 1914 and designed by Ernest Sanson in the Louis XVI style. The building itself is amazing, and has recently been converted into a fine-arts museum, featuring more than 400 works in 12 rooms spread over three floors. If you’re into art or architecture, this place is a don’t miss.
Latitude: -31.4277000000000 / Longitude: -64.1848600000000
Opening Hours: 10am-8pm Tue-Sun
Address: Av H Yrigoyen 551