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The Docta free Walking Tour offers a tour of about 2 ½ hours visiting the most emblematic buildings of Cordoba as well as the history and traditions of this beautiful city. The walk around the historical center starts at 11 am in the plaza San...more
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La Docta is in fact two tours, one at 1100 and one at 1700. You can do either or both! We did both, there is virtually no overlap.
The first was led by the entertaining and fluent Pedro, an economics student at the university. As...More
I joined both, the morning and the afternoon tour and they were both really great. The morning with Anna Lia was very informative and interesting.
We saw many places, tried Alfajores and heard a lot about the history of Cordoba and Argentina in general. We...More
My husband and I did the evening walking tour with Delphi. Delphi was informative, funny and animated. We went back for the morning tour the following day. Again the tour guide was terrific (unfortunately I cannot remember the tour guides name). We especially enjoyed the...More
We did the morning and evening tours yesterday and even though we had done plenty of walking by 8pm last night it was all very worthwhile. Annalie in the morning and Danni in the evening were knowledgeable fun friendly and the tours were never ever...More
The best introduction to Cordoba you can get. I researched popular activities in town prior to my arrival but it was just a fraction compared to all the information, tips and recommendations that I've received during both tours. Both guides (Anna and Jota) were very...More
We did the morning tour with Analia, and it was excellent. She was very knowledgeable, friendly, and enthusiastic about her city, and really made the history of Cordoba come alive. She was also very helpful with tips regarding where to go for various activities. Highly...More