The narrow lanes are like arteries pumping life into Córdoba’s historic heart. Here, you’ll find unique boutiques and restaurants offering Sephardic cuisine.
This iconic building is a mashup of Islamic and Christian architecture, a symbol of Córdoba’s complex history.
It’s one of Spain’s last standing medieval synagogues, offering a glimpse into the life of the once-thriving Jewish community.
A narrow street ending in a plaza, adorned with colorful flower pots and offering stunning views of the Mezquita tower.
The palace offers a unique blend of Roman ruins and Moorish architecture, surrounded by terraced gardens and fountains.
The ancient Roman bridge offers breathtaking views of the Guadalquivir River and the Mezquita.
The Royal Stables give you a chance to see the Andalusian horses, known for their agility and grace.
These ancient baths offer an insight into the luxurious lifestyle of the Caliphs.
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Boasting 12 different patios, each offers a unique blend of flora and aesthetics.
This is Córdoba’s first gastronomic market, offering a plethora of culinary options.
A rectangular square bustling with cafes, it’s the perfect spot for people-watching.
Famed for its fountain and proximity to the Flamenco Museum, it’s a hub for cultural aficionados.
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