Festivities in Cordoba start in February with the throwing of water balloons during Carnival. If you want to stay dry, you’d better stay home, but where’s the fun in that? Throw yourself into the party, dancing the night away to the sounds of the cuarteto, the distinctive Cordoban merengue which spills out from houses and bars.
Cordoba is centred on its Old Town, the so-called Jesuit Block centred upon a beautiful church with a glorious arch and roof of Paraguayan cedar. Here you’ll find the historic University of Cordoba, founded in 1613, with its impressive colonial architecture.
We can arrange for you to stay in the city, or you may prefer one of the charming estancias like the Relais & Chateaux, El Colibri with its polo horses and walking trails winding through the spectacular sierras just outside Cordoba.