Food and shopping:
Because Córdoba is a smaller city, it offers less international food and has more traditional food. However, there still are international options; past Fulbrighters have recommended a Mexican restaurant called Cielito Lindo and a popular market with a large variety of food stalls called Mercado Victoria.
One past Fulbrighter found a convenience store in Cuidad Jardín that sells Sriracha and a lot of other Asian food products, located after the roundabout on Calle Antonio Mauro. She also found peanut butter in El Corte Inglés, a large national retailer.
The city center offers cafés with Wi-Fi, such as Café y Té and La Bicicleta, which has a popular reputation for having the best mazmorra in Córdoba.
A blog from the experienced:
- A traveler who lived in Córdoba for a year: http://youngadventuress.com/2012/11/colors-of-cordoba.html
Guía del Ocio. Also online at www.guiadelocio.com, a weekly listing of cultural events, arts, film, children's activities, shops, bars and restaurants in the Córdoba area. Similar leisure-time guides come free as supplements in the major newspapers during week-ends.