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Best city in Cordoba?

10 days ago

Good night. I'd like to be recommended a place to stay in Córdoba. We're a couple and a 1-year-old baby.
The idea is to stay and go out and explore the nearby villages to get to know.

12 replies
Argentina
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10 days ago

Valle Hermoso without a doubt! It is close to La Falda and is a good place to visit towns such as La Cumbre, Capilla del Monte, etc.

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10 days ago

Hello how are you, Villa General Belgrano is a German village that is great, great places

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9 days ago

It also depends a lot what kind of place you like best. Because you have Villa Carlos Paz, and at night it's great because you can go out to eat without problems over the pedestrian. It's more tourist, there's a lot more people than in other places, but it's safe and it's not that expensive. In case you want to check out the Maipú hotel, which is half a block from Luxor Theatre, one and a half block from the pedestrian (it's the new center) is super-affordable, has a private bathroom, small pool and dry breakfast. Not a 5-star hotel, but it's downtown and it's all close, the terminal one block away, the super two, etc.

Argentina
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9 days ago

Thanks for the tip!!!

Argentina
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9 days ago

I went several times to San Marcos Sierra, on Route 38 like going to Cruz del Eje, already near the border with La Rioja, great landscapes, very warm people and excellent treatment. mountain rivers, near a dam, a chapel from the time of the colony, as soon as I can return.

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9 days ago

Hi, we recommend Mina Clavero, we loved the place!

Argentina
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9 days ago

If you get close and you're in a car don't stop going to San Miguel from the rivers, you won't regret it. There are campsites over the streams that have sleepovers too for your baby. I don't know what kind of vacation you like, but for my Carlos Paz in season, it's horrible. But that depends on everyone...

I was there last week and where I've been and where I've been I'm in the huts in the heathen lands a village called Villa General Belgrano a very tourist village

Followed by the previous publication exactly the village is villa city park next to the tourist village of Villa General Belgrano

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8 days ago

Córdoba has three main tourist valleys, each with different characteristics, Calamuchita, Traslasierra and Punilla. For personal preferences Calamuchita has everything in villages like Villa General Belgrano, La Cumbrecita, Villa Berna, Los Reartes and Santa Rosa de Calamuchita.

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8 days ago

I traveled most of Córdoba and recommend Mina Clavero, from there you have a lot to go, the rivers are beautiful. In Nono you have the Sauces River which is not very deep with sandy beaches ideal for children.

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5 days ago

You have three valleys: the paravachasca, the puncture and behind the saws. I particularly like the last one, I suggest you sail and see each other's sights. Good luck.