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Visit a 400 year old building called Estancia Jesuítica de Caroya in Cordoba
Learn about historical Cordoba from one of our experienced local guides
Situated in central Argentina, the city of Cordoba is known for its vibrancy, as well as for its beautiful colonial architecture. There’s only one way to discover the most interesting places in the city, and learn about its history and culture: join us on this free walking tour of Cordoba, and explore the city by foot.
All year round
2 hours 30 minutes
San Martin Statue, in the middle of San Martin square, Cordoba
Capuchin Church, Buenos Aires St. (next to Sagrado Corazon Church), Cordoba
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Meeting point: San Martin Statue, located in the middle of San Martin square.
We will visit the Catedral (Cathedral), the Cabildo (the old colonial town hall), 'La Mundial' Building (the narrowest building in South America, featuring an attractive facade), Casa de Obispo Mercadillo (a historical house, now used for cultural exhibitions), and Manzana Jesuitica (a Jesuit Block, including a church, university, and residence).
The duration of the tour is about two and a half hours. It starts from the meeting point, and ends at Capuchin church.
10:45 - 11:00
Meeting point at San Martin Statue
11:00 - 13:15
We will visit the Catedral, the Cabildo, Edificio 'La Mundial', Casa de Obispo Mercadillo, and Manzana Jesuitica
We end the tour at Capuchin Church
- Bilingual guide.
- We work on a tips-only basis. This ensures our guides always give you the best service.
How to recognize our Tour Guides? Please look for the guides in a red vest.
Cost: This tour is free to take, and you get to decide what, if anything, the tour was worth when it’s done. A name-your-own-price tour is a tour for every budget.
Language: The tour is in English.
There is no cancellation policy.
How can it be free?
As in many other cities around the world, our free tour works on a tips-only basis! Our guides are highly knowledgeable and passionate about what they do. We believe that if money is given, it should be voluntary, and relative to the quality of the tour and the budget of the traveller.
Where is the meeting point located?
The meeting point for the morning walking tours is at San Martin statue (in the middle of San Martin square). The meeting point for the afternoon walking tours is at the Ferreyra Palace.
Is the tour tiring?
No. We walk at an easy pace, and because there are so many sights to stop and see, it means there is never more than 10 minutes of continuous walking.
What if it rains?
The show must go on! Our tours run in all kinds of weather. Just bring your waterproof jacket.
What if I have to leave before the tour ends?
No problem - but please let your guide know so he/she doesn't wait for you at the next stop.
Do I need to bring anything?
We suggest you wear comfortable walking shoes, and perhaps carry a bottle of water.
How can I recognize the guide from La Docta Free Walking Tours?
The guide will wear a red vest to make it easier to identify him/her.