Pedestrian Cordoba Street

Spending a day or two in Pedestrian Cordoba Street? These helpful tips will help ensure your stay is a great one!

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Pedestrian Cordoba Street is located about 160 miles northwest of the national capital, Buenos Aires.

While you're in Pedestrian Cordoba Street, don't miss the chance to spend a few hours in Rosario to enjoy the National Flag Memorial. Rosario is not far from Pedestrian Cordoba Street, so take the time and have a look at the local area.

The wider region has a lot to offer guests. Granadero Baigorria and Funes are two fantastic places that you are sure to enjoy.

The cultural food here has its own special flavors, so don't miss the opportunity to try several of the local dishes.

Dive into the exciting food scene of the area and sample local delights, often starring chimichurri and eggplant.

Of course, no stay in this destination is complete without having a taste of pizza or empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers).

All visitors should have a chance to try panqueques (crêpes), a well-regarded, mouthwatering treat.

If you'd like to unwind with a good brew, have a taste of Schneider Fuerte. It's a common choice in Pampas.

If you're on the lookout for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink, make sure you try el submarino (hot chocolate).

Wine is loved by many all over the globe, and Pampas holds true to this, boasting a number of delightful wines, including Torrontes and Chardonnay.

As you prepare to head off on your adventures, do what the more worldly adventurers do and learn to use a selection of handy words and phrases in the local language. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" means "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" ("This gentleman will pay for everything") is another one to know.

Witness a strong sense of national pride on the 25th of May for Revolution Day.

After you have spent all your Argentine pesos and it's time to take the plane, train, car or bus home, don't forget to say a final "Adiós" to Pedestrian Cordoba Street. You'll forever cherish the good times you've had.

When you're ready to head home, the Rosario - Islas Malvinas International Airport is 8 miles west of Pedestrian Cordoba Street.

Accommodation in Pedestrian Cordoba Street

Make a booking for one of the 6 Pedestrian Cordoba Street accommodation options featuring on Expedia's easy-to-use Pedestrian Cordoba Street hotels guide before you start your journey.

Examples of the high-end short or long stay accommodation options in or near Pedestrian Cordoba Street are the Esplendor Savoy Rosario, San Lorenzo 1022, and the Majestic Hotel Rosario, San Lorenzo 980. More budget-friendly places worth considering include the Hotel Solans Presidente, at 919 Avenue Corrientes, and the Hotel Solans Republica, at San Lorenzo 955.

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