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Living in Cordoba, Argentina:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

six local experts

If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cordoba, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Cordoba what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:


6 comments on “Cordoba”

It is pleasant and has everything you need. However, be warned that services in general are terrible, from banks to plumbers. If you are patient and able to plan around it, Córdoba is nice enough. Be sure to visit the surrounding sierras.

Carolina, says: 2024

Walk fast through crowds and your chances of getting pickpocketed will drop significantly. We get lots of sun and the people are really friendly, and the internet and other services work fine for the most part.

Cordoba is a beautiful city. It’s less expensive than Buenos Aires; with a budget of 600 USD you can live as a king.

Leandro, says: 2023

If you’re moving to Córdoba you need to know 2 things: the nightlife here is crazy, so if you’re into it, consider moving near the city center; and it’s much cheaper and safer than most of the big cities in the country.

Leandro, says: 2023

Córdoba, the second largest city in Argentina, is an excellent place for several reasons. there are many parks and large green spaces which contribute to the beauty of the city, and its mediterranean air (Parque Sarmiento, Parque General San Martín, Ciudad Universitaria, etc). Secondly, you can have all the fun you want here! There are lots of cinema complexes, theatres, stadiums and show venues (Orfeo Superdomo, Quality Espacio, Teatro del Libertador San Martín, Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes). Finally, less than an hour drive from downtown, you can find Córdoba’s mountain range, where you can find an infinite number of places to relax and do some sightseeing.

Anyone who it’s moving to Cordoba should know it’s a city with almost two million people, so it has a really unique rhythm of life. It has one of the oldest universities in Latin America, the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, so it’s also a city full of students. Cordoba it’s a really great place, it has the highest quality of life of all the big cities in Argentina.

Enrique, says: 2020

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