Paseo de las Artes, Cordoba

A former immigrant hub transformed into a bohemian neighborhood, Paseo de las Artes is known for its antique shops and weekend street market. Watch the artisans set up their stalls with handmade pieces of jewelry, leather goods, knitwear, paintings, and silver bombillas--straws for drinking mate. Buy a sandwich cookie from one of many bakers peddling sweets on trolleys, or refresh with a local beer at one of the area's bars. Occasional street shows and live music performances underline the bohemian atmosphere of this dynamic neighborhood. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Cordoba fast, fun, and easy.
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  • How good Buenos Aires googled you some resemblance to something known and would say that it is a mixture of San Telmo to the port of fruits. Music in the streets, artisans, breweries. Very nice
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  • Paseo de las Artes, a very interesting place to visit. You can make a walk by all the stands and see some works of our craftsmen.
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  • I periodically go to the Uptown Arts stroll. It is a nice visit for weekends, although sometimes there are many people and it is difficult to move through the area. You can see and buy crafts of all types and prices. You can take advantage to enter the many galleries that opened in the surroundings, visit Iberoamerican handicrafts Museum that is on the same campus and finish eating and drink rich in any bar in the area. There are many and all well decorated! It is a good walk and economic, for the whole family.
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  • The otherwise frightening, dark streets get filled with an incredible atmosphere. Chatty and nice vendors offering their handmade crafts (mostly mates, food, artisan y decorative objects). The site is well visited and decorated and even offers an indoor part.
  • Very nice place to buy Artisan fast very nice to walk during Saturday's on the day and at night and also on Sunday the surrounding area is very beautiful with a lot of bars and restaurants to have a nice view off quarterback City if you are around town town you should go to these area call Guemes
  • Some very interesting crafts. I have a low tolerance for junk being sold as "crafts". But not here! Agood experience.
  • One of the nicest fairs I have ever visited. Great for souvenirs, not a lot of generic stuff compared to other markets. Great mood and live music.
  • All handmade products.. rly nice

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Where to stay in Cordoba

Cordoba offers a range of accommodations to suit all budgets, the vast majority of which are concentrated in the city center. To get the most out of the historical sights on your Cordoba vacation, stay close to the Jesuit university. For budget options, especially youth hostels, look near the intersection of Boulevard Illia and Boulevard Peron. You can stay in a resort in the hills surrounding the city to enjoy a more relaxed holiday in a natural setting.
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