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  • juan pablo papaleo
    Monte Grande, Argentina1 contribution
    Two years ago I went to Cordoba with my mother , It was amazing , We saw a some lakes and rivers they were beatifull. One day we went to the top of a mountain and we could see the whole city and forest. Also the hotel food was delicious
    Written April 28, 2020
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  • artzero
    297 contributions
    The church itself is impressive no doubt. But joining the official tour (@4:30 and 6:30) means you would have access to different corners and external corridors plus the rooftop of the church with stuffing views!! I highly recommend. The tour is ARS900 only and it’s about an hour long. You can request an English guide.
    Written July 22, 2022
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  • Marcelo_Cordoba
    Province of Cordoba, Argentina20 contributions
    Along one of the most scenic routes in the hills of Córdoba province, and just a short drive from the Capital, this area boasts amazing paths for the casual hiker, as well as massive boulders to climb using the required gear. Bring water, and a few extra SD cards for the extra photos!
    Written December 12, 2018
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  • BrightKnight91
    108 contributions
    this tunnels are amazing.. it is different from the normal activities but it is great.. it is a bit far from the city but it is a value !!!
    Written July 22, 2019
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  • Jenna
    462 contributions
    You can never expect what you see in the market. It’s just full of unique and wonderful pieces. I couldnt help but take loads of photos!
    Written February 26, 2020
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  • Jenna
    462 contributions
    I thought I forgot to take photos during the tour because I was enjoying it. The guide was very informative and the collections were very special. The guide even took us to some rooms exclusive for their tours.
    Written February 26, 2020
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  • Nicole
    Montevideo, Uruguay99 contributions
    Very nice space to have a picnic time with friends or solo! There are plenty groceries, bakeries and coffee shops nearby, you can visit Potro Rodrigo and Mona Jimenez iconic memorial sculptures. It has been renewed quite recently!
    Written March 3, 2022
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  • kph
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands67 contributions
    The place is very interesting and the building is beautiful. Staff is very friendly. Be aware that tickets can ONLY be purchased online due to COVID, but the site is not very responsive, internet is slow and a COVID statement must be filled in per person, which makes it a very slow process. Luckily the museum was empty when we visited, otherwise the queue would have been impossible.
    Written October 27, 2021
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  • paulm0407
    Medellin, Colombia30 contributions
    We were a group of 15 persons and stayed there for one weekend.
    Two guides picked us up at our hostel in Villa General Belgrano and drove us in their Land Rover. The ride took about 3 hours but we could already enjoy the very peaceful and beautiful landscape. After that we had to hike about 90 minutes and arrived at the Pueblo Escondido.
    We stayed there for two nights and did a hike to the peak of the Cerro Aspero, visited the small but very beautiful art gallery, entered one of the abandoned mines and at our way back to the Land Rover we visited the waterfall Salto de Tigre.
    We got very good food and enjoyed the homemade beer.
    All in all it is a place for everyone looking for nature, peace, and silence. You have to know that there is no mobile reception or wifi. But this is what makes this place very special. I recommend it for everyone who wants to experience a little adventure.
    Very impressive and unique.
    Written December 9, 2015
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  • Thoth
    Torquay, Australia231 contributions
    As a lover of science this is a fun museum that stands out to me from the group, it’s free on Wednesday’s as a whole heap more are in the area so pop in if you’re around, a lot of kids are here but it’s beautiful design of a spiral through time is wonderful
    Written July 18, 2019
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  • Rick F
    San Fernando, Argentina102 contributions
    Champaquí is the highest mountain in the province of Córdoba, Argentina at 2884m. You cam do a three day hike in to climb it, but you can also cheat as there is a road to Cerro Los Linderos, about two kilometers from the top. The road was built for the construction of a 500kV transmission line from the nuclear power station at Embalse to Mendoza.

    The road climbs 2000m in less than 40km and is best done with a 4x4 (though there were regular cars at the top!). Once at the top there are spectacular view to the west towards the Andes and east towards the Sierras Chicas. You can expect to see eagles, vultures and condors.

    Once at the top it is about a 2 km hike to the peak of Champaquí, with a bit of a scramble up the final pull but nothing impossible. At the top there are memorials to San Martin and the indian chief Champaquí. The actual peak has a survey station.

    Take appropriate clothing as it can be cold and windy on top (we were lucky) and temperatures even in summer can drop to below freezing. Also be aware that the Valley of Calamuchita can have violent hail and thunderstorms and you do not want to be on top if one hits.

    The trip will take the best part of a day. On the way home, go via the road to Puente Blanca to get a nice swim in the Santa Road river.

    Written November 22, 2017
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  • Mario880
    Cordoba, Argentina120 contributions
    Sunshine, birds and a tragic and romantic story of Nazis, hotels and past glorious days ended under water. Wonderful museum
    Written March 11, 2014
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  • SiobhanS
    Surrey246 contributions
    This church is really rustic on the outside but absolutely stunning on the inside with painted wood. It has a really nice atmosphere too.
    Written December 24, 2019
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  • dmillerop
    Overland Park, KS36 contributions
    Some of the most iconic pictures of Spain come from inside the Catedral. This Moorish Mosque and Catholic Cathedral are world famous for their beauty. The Red and white alternating stone arches are something to behold.
    Written February 28, 2020
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  • teresitaanain
    Cordoba, Argentina18 contributions
    Great place to go with kids !! it is safe, nice and very large, the playground is very safe and fun. We went with my grandchildren. There is a big space to bike, skates o simple walk thru the park. Nice green space to spend the day and so near the stadium Kempes, and now to the new Convention Center and The Contemporaneo Museo de Artes
    Written July 2, 2019
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