Plaza San MartinCurrently Open
- Address: San Jeronimo & Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Argentina
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: 45351-42858
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Plaza, Square, Family And Kids, Neighborhoods
Surrounded by street Independencia (northwest side) , Rosario de Santa Fe ( northeast side ), Buenos Aires ( south side) and St. Jerome ( south side),this lively center of Cordoba dates back to 1577 and is a green space amidst the buzzing town of Cordoba. It is also the current historical down and town and has prominent structured that date back to the Spanish times like the Cathedral, the Cabildo, the two buildings cited Pasaje Santa Catalina convent and the museum of the Discalced Carmelites (more known as the Church and convent of the Teresas ) , the Oratorio del Obispo Market ( in Rosario Santa Fe street 39 )
There are also some buildings that mark the modern era and are the head offices of significant financial institutions of Cordoba.
The Museo de la Ciudad, a block to the south is also worth visiting. The Cabildo on the west side of the plaza was used as military headquarter and is now used as a nucleus for many socio-cultural events.
- This place is an ideal hang out for a lovely evening in Cordoba. The hustle bustle and charm will make it a pleasant experience for you.
- You can hire the yellow or the green taxis or take the local public buses.
- El Solar de Tejeda Restaurante
- La Perla
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95% of people who visit Cordoba include Plaza San Martin in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
40.32% of people start their Plaza San Martin visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Plaza San Martin
69.49% of people prefer walking in order to reach Plaza San Martin
Worth a look. On the edge of historic areas of Cordoba. Nice Church and shopping nearby.
Nice public park in the form of a large plaza, with a equestrian statue of San Martin (a military national hero from the Argentinian independence wars) in the center. I specially recommend visiting the church, and passing by the Tourist Information Center which is located at the building to the right of the Church; they have lots of information and maps there and were very helpful in getting us oriented for the rest of our visit.
A restful park with plenty of benches and pigeons.
It is an amazing place to get to know, I like the style of the buildings and there are restaurants around as well as clothing and footwear shops, the atmosphere is pleasant and so are the people.
A really nice place for taking pictures and then move on. There's still so much to see. Just be careful with some dove poop.