Discover the best top things to do in Cordoba, Mexico including Palacio Municipal de Cordoba, Museo del Cafe, Parque 21 de mayo, Hacienda San Francisco Toxpan, Teatro Centenario Pedro Diaz, Centro Cultural Casa Baltazar.
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4.5 based on 105 reviews
This is one of the social areas of Cordoba, a lively place at night. Nearby hotels offer a cool place to sit, eat, and view the local scene in the evenings.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
If you're visiting Cordoba you can't miss the coffee museum in the very heart of the town. it owns a reproduction of a typical "finca cafetera" with many coffee plants of different varieties and exposition of old machines and tools once used to prepare coffe. There is also an interactive section were you can learn about the story of coffee, and how it goes from the plant to the cup. finally the best part: sensorial experience, discovering different ways to make coffee (filtration!), different flavors coming from different toasting, varieties, etc. Everything was well explained (in Spanish, no idea if they can speak English) by coffee loving people that really knew the everything about coffee. And it was only 50MXN to get in an learn a lot! Don't forget to buy something to help this good initiative and sustain local producers!
Per gli italiani di passaggio: da non perdere! e cercate la moka Bialetti per un momento di orgoglio e nostalgia di casa :-)
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Pretty park with the city building on one end and the Catholic church on the other - across the street along one side there are restaurants with Seating out on the sidewalk. Features couples dancing and bands on Saturday, light show on the municipal building on weekend nights, coffee place across the street to the right of the muni bldg. Toy vendors, shoe shine booths, bandstand.
5 based on 12 reviews
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The older than 100 years (Centenario) theater is the main venue for quality Performances in town. It has been renovated a number of times most recently in the past 15 years, it was a movie house ('50s to '70s) and recuperated to be a modern Theater. Perhaps it most notorious as it is the main venue for the yearly "Emilio Carballido Festival", named after Mexico´s most renowned playwright, which takes place during August. The inside of the building doesn't have any remarkable features for the lay person, however it might be interesting to visit it's facade and entrance
5 based on 3 reviews
We offer a space in which the city of Cordoba can meet with itself, it's neighbours and the rest of the world through spacial coincidence and cultural exchange. Entrance to the galleries is always free.
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