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Historic Centre of Cordoba

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Historic Centre of Cordoba

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Discover Andalusia and the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba, Spain, on this guided city tour. Visit important monuments and local points of interest like Cardinal Salazar Square, the Mosque of Cordoba, the Chapel of San Bartolome, Cordoba Synagogue, and more.
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Sydney, Australia3,183 contributions1,595 helpful votes
The whole historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site but our top 2 highlights were the Mezquita and exploring the historic Jewish Quarter. The historic centre is fairly small and it’s easy to walk between all the main sights so you can see a lot in a short time. However, you need to allow at least a couple of hours for the Mezquita so we decided to stay overnight at Hotel Mezquita which gave us a lot more time to explore. An overnight trip was enough time to do the following: 1. On arrival, we went straight to the Mezquita and after lunch we did a looped walk covering Calleja del Flores, Plaza Tendrillas, the Roman ruins and back to the ancient Roman Bridge (which is also the Long Bridge of Volantis from Game of Thrones). The bridge, Callehorra Tower, Puerta del Puente and the Triunfo del Rafael are all within a stone’s throw of each other. 2. The next morning, we climbed the Mezquita bell tower, then walked to the Alcazar. From here, it was only a few minutes walk to the Jewish Quarter, where we visited the synagogue and explored the narrow, winding streets between Calle Judios and the Puerta de Almodovar. GETTING THERE: From Madrid, the high-speed train took I hr 45 mins.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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John D wrote a review Sep. 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3,218 contributions671 helpful votes
My wife and I visited Cordoba this past November. There is much to see in the Historic Center of Cordoba. We toured the Mezquita and strolled through the Juderia. We walked across the Roman Bridge and ate at three different restaurants during our stay. It is a great place to walk around to see the sights.
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Date of experience: November 2019
Martyn Cymro wrote a review Aug. 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,108 contributions453 helpful votes
I stayed in Cordoba for 4 nights and just managed to see everything there is to see. The old town with its maze of alleyways, historic buildings, beautiful patios and many squares is a delight to explore. It all has to be done on foot, so not a place for those opposed to walking. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Esteban wrote a review Jul. 2020
The Hague, The Netherlands6 contributions13 helpful votes
Walking there was really cool some parts of here remind me of my trip to the middle east and you will see the connection between Europe and the middle east. in total it was a very nice day there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chaitanya wrote a review May 2020
Cambridge, Canada754 contributions222 helpful votes
The historic centre of Cordoba is beautiful and amazing. The town is mesmerizing in the evening under the street lights and definitely a place to walk around and enjoy the beauty of the town.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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