SET Idiomas in Cordoba: a perfect city for students and travellers

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Cordoba is Argentina’s second largest city and is located slap bang in the middle of the country. It is a city that is known for its colonial architecture, historical monuments and is full of universities and language schools. As a result of this it is very much a town that caters for a student population with enough bars and clubs for you to visit a new one each day of the year.

SET Idiomas is based in the very center of Cordoba one block away from the central hub of Buen Pastor which is a great place to go and stroll around on a sunny day. The area is surrounded by cafes and bars and tends to fill up up in the evenings with dancing waiters , music and a lively city atmosphere that has a real buzz about it. The best way to get to know the city quickly is by taking a bus tour which SET IDIOMAS does as an excursion

Learning Spanish at SET IDIOMAS means that you are perfectly located to visit pretty much anywhere in the city. Plaza San Martin is a green space and known as the nucleus of the city and is just a few block away. The city’s cathedral stands proudly off the square with a bronze statue of San Martin, the liberator of Argentina, perched in the middle of the plaza.

So with so much culture and fun nightlife at your fingertips Cordoba really is one of the best places to study Spanish in Argentina.

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