Located northwest of Buenos Aires, Cordoba is the second-most populous city in the country and one of the main student centers, boasting seven universities.
Enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Cordoba's student district. The Plaza San Martin, for example, is always bustling with activity, whatever the time of day or night. It also offers a wide selection of bars and clubs. During the day or evening, you will have the opportunity to discover the city's cultural attractions by taking advantage of the many plays and exhibitions offered at venues like the Paseo del Buen Pastor, an artistic and commercial center.
To perfect your look and shine your brightest at the clubs, make sure to visit the Barrio Guëmes Feria Artesanal (Craft Fair) on Saturdays and Sundays, where you can buy traditional handmade clothing and jewelry while enjoying a drink.
Cordoba is also distinguished by its history marked by the Jesuits. This will become evident during a visit to the Jesuit district where you will find the oldest university in Argentina.