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Cordoba


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  • View of the Roman Bridge in Cordoba by night with the Great Mosque in the background

This city of multiple cultures is located in the heart of Andalusia, and is perfect for exploring on foot. Museums, religious and civil monuments, stately houses and archaeological sites can all be found here in Cordoba.Read more...

What to see The city of Cordoba is dominated by its Great Mosque. You'll be amazed at the 'forest of columns' inside, and the cathedral and the famous Orange Tree Courtyard. We also recommend another two of the city's interesting defensive monuments: the Calahorra Tower, and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a genuine fortress in whose interior you can see the Mosaics Hall. A stroll around the old Jewish quarter with its narrow streets and tiled façades will bring you to the Plazuela de las Flores square, the house of the Dukes of Medina Sidonia, and the only synagogue still standing today. Gastronomy The old part of town and the neighbourhoods of San Lorenzo, San Andrés and Santa Marina are the most typical areas for 'going out for tapas' and sampling some of the local specialities, including the chilled tomato soup known as 'salmorejo' and the classic 'flamenquín' (a deep-fried pork and Serrano ham roll). Nightlife Don't miss the opportunity to take in a flamenco performance at one of the 'tablaos' (flamenco clubs), or see the show featuring thoroughbred Andalusian horses at the Caballerías Reales stables. Nature and active tourism The mountains in the Sierra de Hornachuelos and the Sierras Subbéticas are ideal for arranging hiking routes and enjoying all kinds of outdoor sports.


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Cordoba


Cordoba


Cordoba


Cordoba


Cordoba