Córdoba is a lively (major) city with a high density of university students (1 out of 7 inhabitants is a university student!) and correspondingly a lot of social and cultural activities. In the heart of the Pampa lands, it is surrounded by mountains and valleys and known for the colonial buildings in the center. Founded in 1573, Córdoba was long the region’s most important city.
Around Córdoba there are many inspiring trips to be done. You could for example explore the tranquil Traslasierra Valley, discover the immense plains and deep gorges of the Quebrada del Condorito national park or visit Che Guevara’s museum in Alta Gracia, where he spend many years of his childhood.
Patagonia Spanish school in Córdoba, Argentina, is a medium-sized school with almost 20 years of experience teaching students from over 50 countries. With a maximum of 6 students per classroom, Patagonia Spanish in Córdoba is definitely one of the schools with best teacher-student ratios in Latin America. A test center for the DELE exam, this quality Spanish school is also recognized as an associate center of the prestigious Instituto Cervantes.