Córdoba & Estancias

Cordoba is today Aragntina’s second largest city and was formerly the most important town in colonial times.

In the late 16th and 17th century the Jesuit Order established their headquarters and founded the first university of Argentina.

Surrounded by mountains this area is the peffect spot for horse riding in beautiful Estancias as well as for a visit to the Jesuit Estancias which are now a UNESCO World heritage site.

Suggested Itineraries

    4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

    Arrival to Cordoba, transfer to your boutique hotel onprivate service with English guide.

    • 3 nights of accommodation with breakfast included.
    • Early morning departure to visit the town of Jesus Maria where you will discover the Jesus Maria National Jesuit Museum.
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    3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS

    • Arrive to Cordoba, where you will be meet and driven north to Dos Lunas, a simple yet charming Estancia located in the Ongamira Valley.
    • 2 nights of accommodation with homemade meals included.
    • Surrounded by a lovely scenery, impeccable attention and good riding and walking, Dos Lunas will be a relaxing and unforgettable experience.
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    3 DAYS / 2 NIGHTS

    • Arrival to Cordoba. Private transfer with English guide, including a City Tour of Cordoba before continuing 45 minutes to arrive to Estancia El Colibri.
    • Two nights of accommodation at El Colibri, toenjoy outstanding meals, and the many activities that they offer: horseback riding, hiking, and polo lessons.
    • El Colibri has a fabulous outdoor swimming pool and spa area. Nearby you have the opportunity to play golf, as well as visit the Jesuit site of Santa Catalina.
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Aliwen Recommends

  • Stay at a fabulous Estancia for a real horse ridding experience
  • Polo Clinics and classes!
  • Jesuit Estancias: Alta Gracia, Jesus Maria, Santa Catalina and La Candelaria
  • The Home Museum "Ernesto Che Guevara", where Che lived his childhood, in Valle de Calamuchita

Córdoba & Estancias Map