Basílica Nuestra Señora de la Merced
The tiled domes of this modest church are one of the defining features of the Córdoba skyline. Check out the baroque pulpit dating from...
Built at the beginning of the 18th century by the Jesuits, the Cripta Jesuítica was originally designed as a novitiate and later...
One of the best spots in town to catch Latin dance grooves such as salsa and bachata. Weekends it often has live bands.
Córdoba’s indoor market has delicious and inexpensive food, such as pizza, empanadas (baked savory turnovers) and seafood. Browsing the...
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In the busy Albasto scene, this live-music venue and disco is a good place to start, if only for the fact that it gets a crowd before 1am. Fridays are Latin dance parties; on Saturdays there are live bands.