Daily Car Hire Rates in Cordoba
*daily rates in Cordoba based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Cordoba Car Hire - Did You Know?
- The city was founded in 1573 by Jeronimo Luis de Cabrera.
- It’s the second oldest colonial regional capital in Argentina.
- The tennis player David Nalbandian began his career here.
- The Cordoban song style Cuarteto is the most popular form of entertainment here.
- It’s the home of Argentina’s space program.
Nearest Petrol Stations to Cordoba
See the nearest petrol stations to Cordoba below, we recommend you plan head before you return the car to Cordoba to avoid any Refueling fees.
Cordoba Mini Guide
The second largest city in Argentina rises up out of the Pampas like a welcome mirage. Around two million people live here, many of them in beautiful old colonial buildings which make Cordoba well worth seeing. In Canada and Nuevo Cordoba you will see amazing architecture which was built by some of the first settlers of Cordoba. Cordoba is known as a city of science which has many different universities and places of study.
All those students make Cordoba a lively place which has lots of bars and nightclubs. Unfortunately this has also caused it to have a large red light district. Cordoba city is part of a large province of the same name. With car hire Cordoba you can get around in the province and see attractive towns like Cuesta Blanca and San Marcos Sierras.
You can also drive to some spectacular hilly countryside, see the Pampas and go wine tasting. Within Cordoba itself there are some excellent markets where you can go shopping and find good bargains. The best of them, the Mercado de Abasto is out of town and so best reached with car hire Cordoba. Although our cars have air conditioning and heating for winter and summer most of the year the temperature is really pleasant in Cordoba. Nevertheless autumn and spring are the best seasons in which to plan a visit. Cordoba has its own regional airport where we also have cars for hire. There are good motorways which connect the city to Buenos Aires
Latest Update from Cordoba:
- Traffic has become increasingly congested in the city centre in the last year because of roadworks and new construction. Be aware when driving into or through the centre that your journey time may increase.
Travellers coming from Buenos Aires will find prices are a lot lower in Cordoba so if you have to make any special purchases, you'd be better off waiting until you arrive in Cordoba.