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A real link to the past

Cervantes wrote about this old inn/cattle yard in Don Quixote and though I'm sure that it's much... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2013
Sean T
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Cervantes slept here!

Mentioned in "Don Quixote", the interesting building now houses a small but interesting art museum... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2013
PadrePeter
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Reviewed 1 October 2014

This is a lovely area in the old part of Cordoba, several bars and restaurants, museums, full of atmosphere. We visited the Centro Flamenco Fosforito, and learnt all about Flamenco, a most attractive building the Plaza del Potro. Well worh the 2 euro admission, a...More

2  Thank Greekislandlovers
Reviewed 6 September 2014

If you know nothing about flamenco, learn; If you are an expert, learn more. A wonderful old building, which, though medieval, is still very disabled friendly with a good lift. The models of the building through the ages are very child friendly too.

1  Thank john c
Reviewed 28 November 2013

I kind of stumbled upon Posada del Potro. Not that I had not heard about it, but at that point in time, rather late one afternoon in Cordoba, what was on my mind was lunch, and I was looking for a nice place to sit...More

6  Thank basuanjan
Reviewed 7 October 2013

This charming little posada brought to life the scenes from Don Quixote. Not to be missed during a visit to Cordoba, especially as it is right in the centre of the town and close to other sites. And if you haven't read Cervantes, after visiting...More

Thank J M
Reviewed 28 May 2013

Cervantes wrote about this old inn/cattle yard in Don Quixote and though I'm sure that it's much cleaner and better decorated today it really feels that it links you to his time in a way that isn't true in lots of historical spaces.

2  Thank Sean T
Reviewed 18 May 2013

Mentioned in "Don Quixote", the interesting building now houses a small but interesting art museum. It is well worth a visit, if only because it stands in a very interesting area.

Thank PadrePeter
Reviewed 15 May 2013

We popped in to see this on the way to the Plaza de la Corredera. We should have made the Potro the main aim. It is beautifully restored/maintained and well worth a visit.

2  Thank Chris B
Reviewed 28 April 2013

Charming place that fortunately seems to be overlooked by most. Wished i could have had a quick look at the rooms.

Thank FergusChandler
Reviewed 5 April 2013

An old patio with rooms, used to be the hostal where Cervantes stayed several times: he included the posada in some episodes of El Quijote. Kept identical to ancient times.

1  Thank maria f
Reviewed 12 January 2013

Intimate space with fountain, fine art gallery right on the square, cafes for watching the world go by.

2  Thank TAmember11152012
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