Cordoba Tours and Travels
Argentina’s second largest city is an enticing blend of bustling, contemporary metropolis and fascinating, Jesuit colonial heritage. Once the de facto capital of the Americas south of Lima, Córdoba’s importance was due largely to the Jesuits and the college they founded here in 1613, which later became a respected university. A temple followed in 1640 and for the next century the Society of Jesus dominated life here, placing such emphasis on education as to garner the city the nickname La Docta – ‘the Learned’. Today, these monuments testify to the Jesuit’s influence and serve as prime examples of how European and indigenous values and cultures were blended together during South America’s colonial period.Read More
Cordoba Tailor made suggestions
Here are some of the recent tailor made itineraries we have created for our clients which include a visit to Cordoba.