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Cheap Flights to Cordoba, Argentina

The third largest airport in Argentina, Ingeniero Aeronáutico Ambrosio L.V. Taravella International Airport (COR) is the biggest as far as names go. Thankfully, the airport also goes by the name of Pajas Blancas and is conveniently located only nine kilometers from the center of town. The city is the capital of the province, which goes by the same name.

Ground Transportation

Taxis, hotel shuttles, and other forms of private transport are readily available at COR. The following are a few budget and public options when you’re ready to leave the airport.

  • Express Service between downtown, the main bus station, and the airport is provided on the Aerobus route, courtesy of the Ersa bus company.
  • Local buses, also run by Ersa, run from the airport to the downtown core and several suburbs and other urban areas.
  • Regional buses to other locations near Cordoba, including other cities and outlying urban areas, are provided by Fono Bús, Eder and Intercórdoba. These are available directly from the airport.

Airlines that fly to Cordoba

COR is an airport that has gone through various expansions and renovations in the last few years, which includes the addition of new airlines that serve regional and national routes. More intercontinental additions are planned for the future. There are currently no direct flights from Canada, and the only connecting flights available leave from YYZ in Toronto. You can reach Cordoba with only one stop, but most routes require two.

  • Aerolíneas Argentinas, the national flagship carrier, dominates the roster at COR and operates flights to virtually every airport in the country, although some on a seasonal basis only.
  • Air Europa represents the only connection to the European continent in this airport, with regular scheduled service to Madrid, Spain. The airline also flies to Cordoba from Paraguay.
  • LATAM, the airline group that corners most of the market for regional flights across the South American continent, has a strong presence here. Fly from Chile, Brazil, or various destinations within the country.

What to see and do in Cordoba.

Located in the geographic center of the country and equipped with several public transportation options, Cordoba is an ideal place to visit. It has all of the modern conveniences and amenities of any big city, along with a number of interesting things to see and do.

  • Sports. It’s not just professional soccer that has a large and devoted following here, but also basketball, rugby, and motorsports. The city has hosted several important sporting events throughout its history, including Basketball World Cup and World Rally Championship.
  • Colonial Monuments. The city is home to several pristine holdovers from colonial times, including historic buildings and schools in addition to landmarks. The most famous of these is the Jesuit Cathedral near the main square. The altar is made of stone and silver, virtually all of the decor is gold, and the ceilings is decorated with murals depicting Biblical stories.
  • Festivals. Several special events take place annually in Cordoba that you won’t find anywhere else, and some others you might be familiar with. Carnival is celebrated here in february, with the unique additions of water balloon fights in the streets. Spring Day is held in September, as the location below the equator means the seasons are reversed, and consists of public dancing and musical performances.

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