A Travel Price Comparison for Vacations, Tours, and Honeymoons Brasilia vs. Cordoba

Should you visit Brasilia or Cordoba?

Which city is more affordable and which is best for your travel style? If you're trying to figure out where to go next, comparing the travel costs between Brasilia and Cordoba can help you decide which place is right for you.

Brasilia

The capital city of Brazil, Brasilia is a uniquely-planned city that was constructed in four years from 1956-1960 in the shape of a large bird or airplane. Renowned for its modern architecture, the city listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and attracts architecture aficionados worldwide. For more information about this, check out this guide to architecture in Brasilia.

Cordoba

Cordoba is the capital of the Cordoba province and the second largest city in all of Argentina. The city is in a beautiful setting surrounded by valleys and hills. Within the city you will find many colonial buildings and beautiful architecture. Cordoba also has many universities and scientific institutes, giving it the nickname "La Docta." Because of the large number of students, Cordoba's population is young and active, which keeps the atmosphere light and fun.

Which city is cheaper, Cordoba or Brasilia?

These are the overall average travel costs for the two destinations.

The average daily cost (per person) in Brasilia is $65, while the average daily cost in Cordoba is $61. These costs include accommodation (assuming double occupancy, so the traveler is sharing the room), food, transportation, and entertainment. While every person is different, these costs are an average of past travelers in each city. Below is a breakdown of travel costs for Brasilia and Cordoba in more detail.




Accommodation

Brasilia's average price for two people sharing a typical double-occupancy hotel room is $54. A typical place to stay for one person, per day is $27.

The prices for places to stay in Cordoba can vary by date, location, and type. Generally, the average cost for accommodation per person is $22, while a typical double-occupancy hotel room for two people will cost around $44.


  • Accommodation Hotel or hostel for one person
    Brasilia $27
    Cordoba $22
  • Accommodation Typical double-occupancy room
    Brasilia $54
    Cordoba $44


Food

The price of a meal in Brasilia can vary widely. However, the average price for food per day is $25 per person, and a typical meal will cost around $10 based on the spending of previous visitors. Less expensive dining options can be found by eating street food or at fast food restaurants.

Food in Cordoba costs travelers about $28 per day on average. Restaurants can vary significantly in price, so choose wisely if you're trying to save money. Fast food and street stalls are typically your cheapest options, which sit down restaurants can be significantly more expensive.


  • Food Meals for one day
    Brasilia $25
    Cordoba $28

Typical Food prices in Cordoba

Here are some examples of typical meal expenses from previous travelers to Cordoba:


  • Empanadas
    $0.13
  • Sandwich
    $0.04
  • Ice Cream
    $0.04

Food Tours and Cooking Classes in Cordoba

For Cordoba, here are some samples of tours and activities related to meals and dining experiences:

  • Cordoba Spanish Cooking Class & Market Tour: $118


Local Transportation

While taxis and private drivers typically cost much more than public transportation, people usually spend around $17 per day to get around in Brasilia.

To get around in Cordoba, the average visitor spends $15 per day, per person. This includes the costs of taxi rides and private drivers as well as public transportation, which tends to be much more affordable.


  • Local Transportation Taxis, local buses, subway, etc.
    Brasilia $17
    Cordoba $15

Hired Cars and Shuttles in Brasilia

Some specific examples of transportation prices in Brasilia:

  • Private Transfer: International Airport of Brasilia (BSB) to Brasilia: $68
  • Private Transfer: Brasilia to International Airport of Brasilia (BSB): $68
  • Private Airport Transfer: Brasilia International Airport (BSB) to Brasilia: $37
  • Private Airport Transfer: from Brasilia to Brasilia International Airport (BSB): $37

Typical Local Transportation prices in Cordoba

Some typical examples of transportation costs in Cordoba are as follows:


  • Taxi Ride
    $0.05

Hired Cars and Shuttles in Cordoba

Also for Cordoba, here are a few examples of actual transportation services:

  • Cordoba Private Arrival Transfer: $100
  • Cordoba Private Departure Transfer: $100
  • Cordoba to Granada Private Transfer: $275
  • Cordoba to Seville Private Transfer: $444
  • Private Transfer IN or OUT in Upscale Vehicle with Professional Driver: $100
  • Private Airport Transfer: Cordoba to Ingeniero Ambrosio Taravella Airport (COR): $19
  • Private Transfer from Córdoba to Malaga (AGP) Airport: $336
  • Private Transfer: Cordoba to Córdoba Airport (ODB): $622
  • Private Transfer: Córdoba Airport (ODB) to Cordoba: $622
  • Private transfer from/to Cordoba to/from Malaga: $261
  • Private transfer in Cordoba from Airport or Train Station: $75
  • Transfer in Private Car from Cordoba to Ingeniero Ambrosio Taravella Airport-COR: $14


Entertainment

Activities, things to do, and other forms of entertainment usually cost around $15 per person, per day in Brasilia. This cost includes the price of admission tickets to attractions and museums as well as daily tours.

In Cordoba, the costs for things to do, activities, admission tickets, and other sightseeing expenses are on average $14 per person, per day.


  • Entertainment Entrance tickets, shows, etc.
    Brasilia $15
    Cordoba $14

Tours and Activities in Brasilia

Here are a few actual costs in Brasilia for available activities, ticket prices, and tours:

  • Half Day Cultural Tour: $138
  • Half Day city Tour: $138
  • City Tour Brasilia Noturna: $91

Tours and Activities in Cordoba

Also, here are some specific examples of entertainment, tickets, and activities for Cordoba.

  • Private Walking Tour of the Patios of San Basilio in Cordoba: $12
  • Cordoba Jewish Quartier Guided Tour: $15
  • Patios of Cordoba Festival Tour: $15
  • Guided Tour of Medina Azahara at Night: $17
  • Alcazar Skip the Line Guided Tour: $19
  • Guided Tour to the Popular Patios of Cordoba: $19
  • Patios tour in Cordoba: $19
  • Alcázar Reyes Cristianos Guided Tour with Tickets & Priority Access: $19
  • Olive Oil tasting breakfast & Tour: $19
  • Patios of Cordoba Walking Tour in Spanish: $20
  • Medina Azahara Tour from Cordoba: $21
  • Cordoba's Authentic Patios: 2-Hour Tour with Tickets: $22


Alcohol

While the amount that someone spends on alcohol while visiting Brasilia may vary from person to person, on average a person spends $11 per day on alcoholic beverages.

Alcoholic beverages can often be a significant portion of a traveler's budget, and the costs can vary greatly from person to person. In Cordoba, the average amount that a visitor spends on alcoholic beverages per day is $11.


  • Alcohol Drinks for one day
    Brasilia $11
    Cordoba $11

Sample the Local Flavors in Cordoba

Some specific costs for nightlife related activities in Cordoba:

  • Evening Wine Tasting Córdoba: $25
  • Cordoba Mezquita Tour with Wine Tasting: $35
  • Córdoba Rooftop Experience with Wine Tasting: $107
  • Wine Tour Privado - Calamuchita: $130



When comparing the travel costs between Brasilia and Cordoba, we can see that Brasilia is more expensive. However, the two cities are actually relatively comparable in price, as the difference is somewhat minimal. Generally, this means that you could travel with generally the same travel style and level of luxury in each place. Since both cities are in South America, it's no surprise that their costs are relatively close, as many destinations here have somewhat similar travel prices overall.

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