The Venue

Latitud: 31o 25' 15'' (Sur)
Longitud: 4h 16m 47,2s (Oeste)
Instituto de Astronomía Teorica y Experimental (IATE)
(Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Astronomy)
Laprida No 922
Barrio Observatorio,
Ciudad de Córdoba,
Provincia de Córdoba, Argentina

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How to get by Air

Córdoba city’s International Airport is known as Ing. Ambrosio L.V.Taravella. Is located 0,9 kilometres Northwest from Córdoba city and 31º 18' '7" South and 64º 12' 08" West.

Due to the vast number of passengers and aeroplanes that are received daily, it is the country's third largest airport after Aeroparque and Ezeiza. It covers an area of 1020 hectares and the platform is as large as 57,350 m2.

In the year 2006 the airport expanded and a new building of 1,9 hectares was inaugurated intended for receiving a greater number of passengers and aeroplanes. The terminal is divided into three levels.

On the lower level the arrival halls are located. In both halls shops, tourist information offices and car rental companies can be found.

On the middle level the varied airline’s desk can be found and, finally, on the upper level the waiting room and boarding halls are located.

Moreover, a large number of magazine and sweet shops, as well as regional items shop and an ample parking space with a total capacity of 450 vehicles are available at the airport.

Main Air Routes:

The main air routes to and from Córdoba are:

  • Buenos Aires (Aeroparque)
  • Buenos Aires (Ezeiza)
  • Mendoza and Bariloche
  • Iguazu Port
  • Rosario
  • Curitiba (Brasil)
  • Porto Alegre (Brasil)
  • Rio de Janeiro (Brasil)
  • San Pablo (Brasil)
  • Santiago (Chile)
  • Lima (Perú)
  • Ciudad de Panama. (Panama)
  • Madrid (Spain)

The major airlines that operate at Córdoba’s Ing. Ambrosio L. V. Taravella Airport are Aerolineas Argentinas, LAN, GOL, Iberia, Copa

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How to get by Land

By car

There is a considerable number of routes that can be followed in order to arrive at Córdoba. The main ones are National Route No. 9, National Route 19, National Route 20, National Route 36, National Route 38 and National Route 60.

The National Route 9 links Córdoba with the Capìtal Federal, part of Santa Fé province including Rosario City, with Santiago del Estero, Jujuy, Salta and Tucumán. National Route number 9 links Córdoba with Santa Fé and Paraná, in addition to Entre Ri;os province.

National Route 20 links Córdoba with San Juan and Mendoza provinces while number 36 links Córdoba with la Pampa, Chubut, Ri;o Negro and Santa Cruz. Moreover, this route if combinated with National Route makes the access to Mendoza possible.

Finally, National Routes 38 and 60 link Córdoba with La Rioja and Catamarca respectively.

By bus

The most frequently used companies in Córdoba in terms of bus transport are El Turista, CATA and Flecha Bus, as long as we travel from any spot within the country or from Buenos Aires.

Córdoba provides bus services to Mar del Plata, Paraná, San Juan, San Miguel de Tucumán, Santa Fé, San Luis, San Carlos de Bariloche and Salta. The “Tren de la Sierra” train should be used in order to travel to the “Capilla del Monte” chapel.

Another companies that provide train services linking Córdoba to other spots of the country are Panamericano, Cacorba, El Rápido, El Serrano, TAC and Mar del Plata.