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How to Spend 24 Hours in Cordoba Spain

Home to the famous and breathtaking Mezquita, Cordoba is a city rich in history, architecture and Spanish charm, perfect for a one day visit. Get lost wandering the streets and alleys, soaking up the heat and atmosphere, whilst stumbling upon hidden corners, gorgeous squares and cool bars. 

In this guide, you’ll find a complete itinerary of all the most important must see Cordoba attractions, with an interactive map, organised to make the best use of your time.

We also share recommendations for central places to stay, ideas about where to eat local food, and tips about how to make the most of your 24 hours in Cordoba.

Cordoba in one day

When to Visit Cordoba

You can travel to Cordoba at any time of the year.  Cordoba in winter  will be mild and it’s unlikely to rain, although the evenings will be chilly. Locals tend to wrap up in coats and boots, but a long sleeve top and trainers are enough on all but the worst days, of which there are few.  

Avoid summer if possible – you’ll find yourself missing things in your quest for shade! Southern Spain is very, very hot and Cordoba even hotter, because of its location in an area known as “the frying pan of Europe”. It will also be rammed with day tripping tourists from the coast.

Spring and autumn are the best times to visit. There will be fewer tourists, you are likely to get better deals on accommodation and the weather will be perfect.  

Is this your first time visiting Spain? Get all the information you need in our Spain Travel Guide , including what to pack, the best time of year to go, getting there and practical tips to help you have the best trip!

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Getting to Cordoba

If you are flying to Cordoba, you can choose to fly to any one of 4 airports, Seville San Pablo Airport is the closest, followed closely by Malaga Costa Del Sol Airport , then Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaen Airport and finally Jerez Airport if you are already in Spain.

You can hire a car at all of these airports and drive through the gorgeous Spanish countryside to Cordoba – probably the quickest and easiest way to get to your destination.

From Seville Airport you will first need to get a bus into the city, which runs often and takes about 35 mins, you can buy your ticket on the bus. Once in the city, you can catch a direct Renfe train, which runs frequently and take anywhere from 42 mins to 1hr 25.

From Malaga Airport you will need to take the train from the airport to Malaga María Zambrano, the train runs every 20mins and takes 8mins, once there you can catch a direct train, again they run frequently and take anywhere from 45 mins to 1hr 05.

From Granada Airport you will need to take a bus from the airport to the city, the buses run approximately 30 mins after every arrival flight from outside the arrivals hall, and take 60 mins, you can buy your ticket on the bus. Once there you can catch a direct train, they run every few hours, with more in the afternoon and take anywhere from just over an hour to 1hr 44.

From Jerez Airport you will need to take a train to Jerez de la Frontera, the trains run frequently in the morning until 12:15, and then there is one additional train in the early evening, the journey takes 9 mins. Once there you can catch a direct train to Cordoba, they are not that frequent, every few hours and take anywhere from 2hr 40 to 3hrs 05.

You can also book a private transfer from the airport with Klook directly to your accommodation in the city. Klook works with a large range of local operators to bring the the best options and prices for your transfer.

Where to Stay in Cordoba 

Luxury: Las Casas de la Juderia – Booking.com | Agoda

Mid-Range: Balcón de Córdoba – Booking.com | Agoda

Budget: La Boutique Puerta Osario – Booking.com | Agoda

Hostel: Cordoba Carpe Diem – Booking.com | Agoda

Things to See & Do in Cordoba

Cordoba is a wonderfully atmospheric city. Discovering hidden corners and pretty courtyards is a bit of a past-time here and it’s easy to just wander for hours, enjoying the vibe and beautiful surroundings.

Compact and intimate, you can see everything in our itinerary on foot. The time spent strolling between attractions will be filled with colour and rich history from the life and buildings of this special city.

Interactive Map of Your Cordoba Itinerary

How to use this map – Use your fingers (or computer mouse) to zoom in and out. Click or touch the icons to get more info about a place, and click the arrow in the box top left to open the index. To add to your own Google Maps account, click the star next to the title of the map.

Take a Cordoba in a Day Tour

If you’re looking for a Seville to Cordoba day trip, or would prefer a walking tour or half-day guided tour, check out these Córdoba day tours.

You can also book free walking tours of Cordoba , but be aware that you are expected to tip an amount that you consider fair, at the end of the tour. We’ve had mixed results with these tours, some of them have been superb and others a bit lack-lustre.

Be Awed by the Mezquita of Cordoba

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of the mosque cathedral of Cordoba  is the most awe-inspiring, breathtakingly beautiful building and one of  Spain’s most famous landmarks .

Entering through the  Puerta de las Palmas  (Door of the Palms), to see 850 red and white columns standing before you, and the marble floor seemingly disappearing into infinity, is a real show-stopping moment. Take in the sheer scale of the building, the numbers of columns and arches and the vast footprint stretching out in front of you, before you start to explore.

Wander further in to the Mezquita cathedral to see the older and remarkably well preserved, intricate and symmetrical Moorish architecture of the original mosque built by Abd ar-Rahman I and dating from 786. Tiles, gold leaf and beautifully carved wood provide rich colour and texture. 

In 1146, during the Spanish reconquista, the conquering Spanish army entered Cordoba and holy mass was celebrated in the mosque by the King of Spain. The mosque officially became a cathedral and many chapels, the choir, transept and tower were added seamlessly to the existing building. The Gothic and Renaissance architecture displayed to all the might and fervent religiosity of the Spanish monarchy. 

The courtyard, which was used for purification rituals prior to Muslim prayer became a garden in 1597. Nowadays, the charming Patio de los Naranjos and its orange trees and palms provide shade from the hot Spanish sun to tourists and pilgrims.

Once you’ve explore the interior and spend a few moments in the patio enjoying the shade, you should climb the bell tower, which stands guard over the building.

Climb to the top for panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and a great opportunity to study the roof of the building, which just reminds you of the immensity of the undertaking. You do need to book a slot for this, so perhaps do that first before entering the Mezquita.

If you do nothing else in your 24 hours in Córdoba, visit the Mezquita. A guided tour will help you understand the fascinating history and architecture of this building. You can get your  priority Mezquita Córdoba tickets here.

TOP TIP: The mosque-cathedral opens to visitors at 10am, be there on the dot for the best chance of seeing the building without hordes of other tourists.

Huge mosque cathedral building seen from above and lit up at night

Visit the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

The  Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs  is another stunning building worthy of a visit, more for the gardens than the interior though. 

The Alcazar is a medieval citadel located in the historic center of Córdoba, on the river and very close to the Mezquita. The citadel served as one of the primary residences of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon.

It is not possible to visit the whole interior of the Alcázar in Córdoba, although what is open is well worth a look. The first permanent tribunals of the Spanish Inquisition were held here when they began using the Alcazar as a headquarters in the 15th century, converting much of it, including the Arab baths, into torture and interrogation chambers.

But that wasn’t the first time this place saw blood spilled in the name of religion. In front of the Alcazar and the 10th century Caliphal Baths , is the Plaza Campo Santo de los Mártires, also known as The Holy Martyrs Field. This is where, in 304 AD, the Roman’s executed Córdobans for proclaiming their Christian faith.

The gardens are magnificent, stretching over some 55,000m2 across three levels and laid out with traditional Islamic symmetry. With elegant fountains and ponds, formal walks and a large variety of species, this is a lovely place to while away an hour or so.  Get your guided tour priority tickets here.

symettrical gardens including heding and palms

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Take a stroll around cordoba’s patios.

Cordoba is one of the hottest cities in Europe, regularly reaching temperatures of over 40°c in the summer months. This necessitates finding shady places, and from the days of the Romans and Moors, every house was originally built with an internal courtyard, or patio, filled with plants and water features, to help keep them cool.

As you wander the city, you will often see a pop of colour behind a gate or hear the soft sounds of running water, and you may be able to get a peak at the patio if the door or gate is open.

The best patios though are in the neighbourhood of San Basilio, where the bougainvillea carpeting the walls and pots full of colourful blooms are on display for eveyone to see. Residents are happy for you to pop your head in, and many will ask you to enter for a closer look.

The courtyards are a feast for the eyes with tubs of flowers everywhere, scrambling jasmine and native orange blossom scenting the air, all with a backing track of tinkling water just to set the scene to perfection. 

Cordoban patios are at their best between April and early July, before the weather gets too hot and the plants start to suffer.

Palacio de Viana – The Patio Museum

Located on the northern edge of the old city, behind an unassuming entrance, is the ancient Viana Palace , home to a museum of courtyards and patios.

Set in a traditional Andalusian mansion, the museum features twelve hidden patios, all beautifully arranged and planted in the traditional way, bringing together plants, flowers, light and water.

Fiesta de los Patios de Cordoba

So popular were the patios that in 1918 the city council started a  patio contest , Fiesta de los Patios. The festival was started to share these hidden treasures with visitors to Cordoba and to honor the residents’ hard work in creating these beautiful places. During the Spanish civil war, the competition was interrupted and then reintroduced in the 1950’s.

The residents really take this contest seriously and the patios are amazing. Huge palms and shocking pink climbing bougainvillea line the courtyards which are deliciously scented and cool.

The contest takes place for two weeks in May each year, when the city also comes alive with parties, food, flamenco dancing and live music. 

hanging plants in blue pots with white stairs from a courtyard

Visit the Ancient Templo Romano

From the San Basilio quarter, take a ten minute walk north through the Juderia (jewish quarter), passing many historical buildings, to Plaza de Santa Victoria, home to the Cordoba Archaeological Museum .

From here, head to the impressive  Roman Temple  which was discovered in the 1950’s. It’s eight imposing columns stand alone against the blue skies marking the Roman period in Cordoba’s history.

From there, the 17th century Plaza de la Corredera makes a charming place to stop and enjoy the lively atmosphere, perfect for sitting and enjoying a late afternoon beer or glass of cool and crisp Cava, Spain’s delicious sparkling wine.

round roman columns atop brick square columns with parts or a ruined building

Cross the Puente Romano

The  Puente Romano  is the city’s famous Roman Bridge, which dates from the 1 st  century BC and was extensively rebuilt in the 10 th  century during the Moorish occupation of the city. 

This low and distinctive bridge crosses the wide Guadalquivir river, which heads south through Andalucia before reaching the Atlantic Ocean. The bridge is supported by seventeen stone arches, only two are left from the original structure – see if you can spot them.  

This is a beautiful bridge to walk across, passing the famous Calahorra Tower (also a museum) before crossing and heading into the old town and Jewish quarter. In the early evening, as the sun sets behind the city, the light is perfect for capturing those iconic images of the bridge and Mezquita in harmony. 

TOP TIP: Linger past sunset for the sky to turn a magical shade of deep blue and the honey coloured Mezquita and bridge to be dramatically lit for the night.  

historic honey coloured building and Roman bridge lit up against the night sky

Explore Tapas!

Tapas is a way of life in Spain. Go to any bar or restaurant and you’ll find traditional Spanish food served as a  tapa  (snack) or a  racione  (small plate).

Tapas is loosely used to describe both those dishes, as well as  pintxos  (food on a stick) which come from the north of Spain, and  montadito  (food on bread). Sound good?

True tapas is served and eaten as a snack with a beer or other alcoholic drink, sometimes this comes free with your drink. If not, expect to pay around €3-4 for each tapa when you’re in a city like Cordoba.

Raciones are larger plates – usually a half-portion – and tend to be the size used to serve  jamon  (ham) or cheese, so perfect for sharing.

Raciones will cost a little more, especially if you order Jamon Iberico , usually the most expensive item on any tapas menu. Jamon Ibercio is prized ham from the leg of the Black Iberian pig and has a strong meaty, cured flavour. 

If you’re a tapas newbie, taking a tapas tour is the perfect way to learn the ins and outs of this very Spanish tradition. Plus, you’ll also get to try tapas in the best places in town.

TOP TIP: If you find the stong flavour of Jamon Iberico too much, then try  Jamon   Serrano , a less intense and lighter flavour, and not quite so punishing on the pocket either.

See a Flamenco Show

The national dance of Spain, flamenco is really more theatre than dance. The passion, rhythm and story at a live flamenco show will get your feet tapping and your heart beating, especially if you take in a show at an historic location like the 10th century Arabian Baths of Santa Maria. 

There is even a word for it – ‘ duende’ – which does not have a direct translation but refers to how the performance affects those watching.

Couple dancing flamenco in a semi dark arched room

Where to Eat in Cordoba

Mercado victoria.

Head to the gourmet food market of  Mercado Victoria  for lunch. This gentrified food court, where you’ll find kiosks showcasing and serving great local Spanish food, is lively and fun.

One of the top things to try is the  flamenquin  (little flamenco dancer), a deep-fried roll of breaded pork fillet, filled with Gruyere cheese, jamon Serrano, lemon juice and olive oil – you won’t regret it

Bodegas Mezquita

Bodegas Mezquita  serves delicious tapas and regular menu choices, offering traditional Spanish food. The wine list is reasonably priced – try the silky smooth local  montilla  with dessert, a type of sticky and sweet sherry (but it’s not called sherry because it’s not made in the revered ‘sherry triangle’).  

Go after 9pm if you want atmosphere and conviviality. This is the absolute earliest that Andalucian Spain will deign to eat, and Cordoba is renowned for its late restaurant hours. Don’t be surprised if families are still arriving for dinner at 11pm.

Top Five Cordoba Travel Tips

  • To hang out where the locals do, head for Paseo de la Ribera, or just La Ribera. This is where you’ll find the most authentic  taberna Cordobesa.
  • You won’t be able to enter the Mezquita if your shoulders are bare or you’re wearing hot-pants – make sure to cover up or take a shawl or wrap.
  • Book your Mezquita tickets before 11am or after 3pm. This gives you the best opportunity to enjoy the architectural masterpiece without hordes of other people around.  
  • Head for Calleja de las Flores in the Juderia . The most Instagrammable spot in Cordoba, this street of flowers with every house displaying colourful and lush pots and hanging baskets, is a truly gorgeous sight.
  • Don’t forget to look up! As you walk along the alleys and squares of the city, look up to fully appreciate the beauty of the architecture, the colours of the ubiquitous window boxes and the traditional materials are still present in many buildings. 

alley of white houses and flowers, with a bell tower at the end

More Than One Day in Cordoba?

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If you have another day or half a day in Cordoba, take a taxi out to the  Medina Azahara , the shining city. This fascinating archaeological site sits on the outskirts of the city and was once a huge and fortified place and city.  

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Visit the  Caballerizas Reales  (The Royal Stables of Córdoba) which were founded by Philip II in 1570, with the aim of creating the purebred Andalucian horse.

  • How about taking a  road trip to other incredible Andalucia cities  from Cordoba?
  • Get the train to Sevilla Santa Justa station and in 45 minutes you’ll be in gorgeous Seville. There are several services per day starting from around €11, a trip well worth making if you have time.

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Córdoba is a great starting point for your trip to the south of Spain, especially if you are coming from elsewhere in Spain with the high-speed trains that are available. What we love about Cordoba are the rich cultural influences it has had over time, which you can see today in the architecture, sights and food. It is also known for being a place where three different cultures, Christians, Muslims and Jews all coexisted, albeit with differing circumstances. We loved so much about Cordoba, from the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, the beautiful plant-filled Patios you will stumble across everywhere, and the Juderia (Jewish quarter) of Cordoba. So to help you plan your trip, here’s our Córdoba Spain travel guide so you can enjoy the best things to do in Córdoba, best places to eat in Córdoba, best Córdoba hotels and everything you need to know before you go to Córdoba Spain. We also have a printable Córdoba travel guide at the end of this post.

Córdoba Spain Travel Guide

Contents Cordoba Video Cordoba Map Things To Do In Cordoba Spain Where To Eat In Cordoba Cordoba Hotels Cordoba Travel Essentials | Getting There | Getting Around | Day Trips | When To Go | How Long To Go For | Tips

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Córdoba Spain Map

Here is our Córdoba Spain Map, with Córdoba restaurants and landmarks pinpointed so you can easily find your way around. We also have a printable Córdoba Spain travel guide PDF at the end of this post with the map and summary of this Córdoba blog post so you can easily save it to your phone or print it out to take with you. 

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Things To Do In Córdoba

The historic centre of Córdoba is filled with beautiful streets that really feel like you have stepped back in time.  The combination of Roman, Christian and Moorish architecture, among others, is unlike anywhere we have ever seen. Cordoba was founded by the Romans in 169 B.C. From 711 Cordoba was under Moorish rule. During this time, Cordoba became the worlds largest city with around 1 million residents. In 1236 Cordoba was conquered by Christians. 

Streets With Flowers In Cordoba

One of the main examples of Moorish architecture and one of the most beautiful sights in Cordoba is the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba , otherwise known as the Mezquita. The red and white arches that engulf you as you explore the Mosque-Cathedral are incredible, but then to reveal a Cathedral in the centre of all of this is just unlike anything we have ever seen before.

The courtyard at the front of the Mosque-Cathedral is the beautiful Patio de los Naranjos (Patio of the oranges) , which is full of orange trees.  

During your visit to the Mosque-Cathedral, make sure to also climb the Bell tower for amazing views over Cordoba. 

Mosque Cathedral Cordoba Spain

Another incredible place to visit during your trip is the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos . This is a fortress and palace from during Christian Rule. The highlight of our visit here was exploring the beautiful Moorish-style gardens.

Alcazar De Los Reyes Cristianos Cordoba

The Puente Romano (Roman Bridge of Cordoba) is a beautiful example of Roman architecture in Cordoba. It’s nice to look at this bridge from afar and walk over it for the full experience. At the end of the bridge is the Calahorra Tower , which you can go up and also has a museum. We didn’t do this as it would have been our third tower in Córdoba, and we were definitely satisfied. 

Roman Bridge And Mezquita

The Fiesta de los Patios is held each year for a two week period in May, and during this time, residents open their beautiful courtyards to the public. 

If you don’t happen to be visiting Cordoba in May, we would definitely recommend going to Palacio de Viana , where you can see twelve beautiful patios filled with incredible plants, flowers and trees. 

Palacio De Viana Cordoba

Exploring the narrow lanes of the Jewish Quarter (Juderia) of Cordoba is one of the best things to do in Cordoba, although it can be a little touristy. Some places to see here include the Cordoba Synagogue ,  Casa Sefarad (a restored house and museum), La Puerta de Almodovar (an original gate into the Jewish Quarter and Historic Centre of Cordoba) and Capilla Mudejar de San Bartolome (a small chapel). 

There are so many beautiful streets in Cordoba to explore. Perhaps the most popular is Calleja de las Flores, filled with beautiful flowers, plants and patios, but be sure to get there early to avoid the crowds. Another one of our favourites, Calle de Pedro Jimenez, feels like you enter a world that no-one else knows about. It’s a tiny little street that has a water fountain and a small courtyard at the end. 

You can also walk past the Roman Temple of Cordoba. 

There are also some interesting plazas you can walk through in Cordoba, including the Plaza de la Corredera,   Plaza de las Tendillas , and one of our favourites, Plaza del Potro where you will find a fountain, a Flamenco museum, which is free to enter and the Museo de Bellas Artes (Museum of Fine arts). 

Plaza Del Potro

Casa de las Cabezas , otherwise known as the House of Heads , is a restored house that shows what life was like in the middle ages. 

You can also visit the fresh fruit and vegetable market, Mercado Victoria . 

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Where To Eat In Córdoba

The food in Southern Spain is definitely some of our favourite in Spain. From traditional to modern tapas, simple dishes full of flavour and always a highlight on using seasonal ingredients. Some local dishes to try in Cordoba include the salmorejo, a cold soup made from tomatoes, bread, garlic and oil which originated from Cordoba, flamenquín (ham and pork rolled together, crumbed and fried) and Rabo de Toro (strewed bull’s tail). 

If you are looking for a nice modern restaurant experience, Regadera is fabulous and one of the best restaurants in Cordoba Old Town along the river. A light and bright space with an open kitchen, the food here is a modern take on classic Spanish cuisine using fresh and seasonal ingredients. The service here was really friendly. We loved the fluffy and creamy Acorn Iberian ham croquettes with a confit garlic mayonnaise, salmorejo which had delicious bits of Iberian pork jowl, bread crumbs and ‘fried egg’, as well as confit Iberian pork cheeks with light and airy ‘gnocchi’.  

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El Paseo Ibérico is a tapas bar with lots of locals, a great place to get a drink and some local cheese, Jamon Iberico and other cured meats. The owner is very friendly and generous. Although this wasn’t our favourite food experience in Cordoba, the food was still good, we had a great time here and it felt like we were having an authentic experience. 

El Paseo Iberico Restaurant

A great place for breakfast in Cordoba is La Bicicleta . This nice cafe has amazing freshly squeezed juices and delicious tostadas, we loved the salmorejo tostada. The service here was really friendly. 

La Bicicleta Cordoba

If you’re looking for traditional desserts to try, we enjoyed the Pastel Cordobés (also known as manolete ), a pastry filled with Cabello de Angel (made from pumpkin but the end result tastes more like apple). You can find these at bakeries in Córdoba. 

Pastel Cordobes

Other places to eat in Cordoba that looked great but we didn’t get time to try include La Tinaja, Garum 2.1, Jugo Wine Bar & Shop, Casa Pepe de la Juderia and the Michelin starred Noor Restaurant. 

The Best Córdoba Hotels 

Here are our picks for the best Cordoba Hotels…

Balcon de Cordoba

Balcón de Córdoba – A beautiful 4-star boutique hotel located steps away from the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. Here there is a rooftop terrace with stunning views over Cordoba. Check prices here . 

Hotel Hospes Palacio del Bailío – Stunning 5-star hotel in a 16th-century palace. Located about 10 – 15 minutes walk from the Mosque-Cathedral. Check prices here .

Las Casas de la Judería de Córdoba – Charming boutique hotel with a traditional design set within 5 noble houses. Located in the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba, close to the Alcazar and Mosque-Cathedral. Check prices here . 

H10 Palacio Colomera – 4-star boutique hotel located within Casa Colomera, a palace built in 1928 in Plaza de las Tendillas. Also has a rooftop terrace. Check prices here . 

There are also some great options for Airbnb in Cordoba Spain. Click here for $50 credit towards your first stay. 

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Córdoba Travel Essentials

View From The Mosque Cathedral Bell Tower

Getting There

How to get to Córdoba? You can reach Cordoba a number of different ways depending on where you start your journey.

If you are starting your journey within Spain , you can easily reach Cordoba from Madrid (2 hours) and even Barcelona (4 hours 45 minutes) with the high-speed trains . If you are already in Southern Spain you can reach Cordoba within 45 minutes on a train from Seville, 1 hour 30 minutes on a train from Granada and a 1-hour train from Malaga.

For flights to Córdoba Spain , the nearest airports to Cordoba are Seville Airport, Malaga Airport, Jerez Airport and Madrid Airport. Flying into Barcelona Airport is also great if you want to experience Barcelona first then make your way to Cordoba.

The easiest way to reach Cordoba is via high-speed trains, which we definitely recommend booking in advance for the cheapest fare. We use Trainline for most of our train bookings in Europe. But depending on where you are coming from, there are also many bus services. ALSA bus is a good one to look up. You can also hire a car to explore Andalucia. We will go into each option on how to get to Córdoba in detail, from multiple different locations in our upcoming ‘How To Get To Cordoba Spain’ article. 

How To Get Around Córdoba

Walking The Streets Cordoba Spain

You can easily get around Cordoba by walking. Cordoba is not too big and is a beautiful city to walk around. We didn’t need to use public transport at any time in Cordoba, but depending on where you are staying you may need to get a taxi from the train station to your accommodation. 

When To Go To Córdoba Spain?

So when is the best time to visit Cordoba? Cordoba can get really hot in summer, so if you can, avoid visiting in July and August. The shoulder seasons of Spring and Autumn will give you the best weather in Cordoba , including March, April, May, September, October and November. We were there at the beginning of April and loved the weather and what we presume would be fewer crowds. We had cold mornings and evenings, and warm days. If you want to visit in Summer, then June would be your best bet as it is the least hot of the summer months. 

Something to keep in mind when picking your dates to visit Cordoba is the many festivals and events. You may either choose to visit for these festivals, in which case we would recommend booking in advance and be prepared to pay more, or you may want to avoid these times of the year. In Cordoba, May, in particular, has a lot of festivals, including the beautiful Fiesta de los Patios . There is also Holy Week or Semana Santa during Easter. 

So in our opinion, the best time to visit Cordoba is in March, April, May, June, September, October or November . 

Getting Out | Day Trips from Córdoba

One of the main places to visit near Cordoba is the ancient ruins of Palace Town Medina Azahara (Medinat al-Zahra) that dates back to the 10th century. This was meant to be the most luxurious and magnificent place to have been built, but only 74 years after it was built, the city was destroyed during civil wars and looted. This is a UNESCO world heritage site and can be reached by tourist buses from Cordoba. We, unfortunately, didn’t get to visit this area but would definitely love to go back to see it. We imagine you would need at least half a day to include this in your Cordoba itinerary. 

How Long To Stay In Córdoba?

How many days should you stay in Córdoba? There are so many amazing sites in Cordoba, and even exploring the streets and neighbourhoods deserves time. We would recommend a minimum of 2 nights in Córdoba (at least one full day) if you want to see the main sights in Córdoba. If you want to visit Medina Azahara, then we would recommend at least 3 nights in Córdoba (at least 2 full days). 

Our Córdoba Travel Tips

Many people skip Córdoba completely or only visit as a day trip from Seville. If you have time in your Southern Spain Itinerary, although it’s possible to do a day trip, we would definitely recommend staying there to make the most of mornings and evenings. Córdoba is a great starting point to your trip to Andalucia if you are coming from other areas further north in Spain . 

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A complete guide to Cordoba

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If you’re thinking Seville or Granada , think again. Cordoba is unfortunately bypassed by tourists in favor of these other cities… And they truly have no idea of what they’re missing!

Cordoba has a lot for the curious traveller. The most famous sight is its Mezquita (mosque), declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. In 1994 UNESCO also added to its list of world heritage the historical center of Cordoba, and in 2012 the traditional Fiesta de los Patios Cordobeses was designated Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Aren’t these reasons enough to include this fabulous destination in your itinerary around Spain?

Have a look at my complete guide and decide for yourself!

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Being so close to Seville, I’ve been countless times in Cordoba. I love its typical white alleys, decorated with colorful flower pots, are surrounded by exquisite gems of Islamic architecture.

I’m amazed every time I get an email from a reader asking me tips to visit the Mezquita and a small portion of the old town in just a few hours. I can’t help myself and I always reply “ why don’t you consider spending a night there? “. That way you could explore other aspects of the city: the untouristy modern district; the Jewish quarter, with a small yet beautifully preserved synagogue; and the city’s sign of identity — its wonderful patios.

The following section is the ultimate travel guide to the city. You can find all the information that you need to know to help you plan a wonderful time exploring this great town.

Here is a complete summary of all the guide:

1. When to visit Cordoba 2. How many days to spend in Cordoba 3. How to get to Cordoba 4. How to move around Cordoba 5. Cordoba hotels: where to stay in Cordoba 6. What to eat in Cordoba 7. What to do in Cordoba 8. Tips to visit the Mezquita in Cordoba 9. How to buy tickets to the Mezquita in Cordoba 10. Mezquita tickets sold out. What can you do? 11. Is the Mezquita night visit worth it?

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Self-guided Walking Tour of Cordoba (with Maps!)

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Cordoba is a great city to explore on foot as it’s not too big a city and has a lot of highlights which are just located close to each other. This Andalusian gem has a lot to offer when it comes to history, art and culture. Let us take you on a guided tour through 22 of Cordoba historic sites!

As far as history goes not a lot of cities have more to offer than Cordoba. The Romans, Jews, Muslims and Christians all left their mark on the city and this clearly shows in the local historical highlights. Prepare yourself for an interesting journey through historical Cordoba!

Time To Allow: 3-5 hours

The estimated time depends on whether you decide to spend some time inside the churches, palaces and other attractions. Note that some of the places on this list have certain opening hours.

Best time to do it

It’s hard to find a better view in Spain than that of Cordoba’s Roman Bridge with the beautiful light of the setting sun. So with that in mind, we would advise you to explore this route during the late afternoon or early evening when the sun is slowly starting to set in spring or autumn. If you visit Cordoba in the summertime, it’s best to walk this route in the early morning to avoid the extreme heat.

1. Torre De Calahorra

Torre De La Callahora, Cordoba

Walk across the bridge to the Tower at the far end.

Tower offering panoramic views, plus a town museum featuring waxworks & a model of the Alhambra.

Located on the far side of the Roman Bridge, the Torre De Calahorra is the oldest defensive building in Córdoba. It was first erected by the Moorsand later in 1369 Henry II of Trastamara ordered a massive reconstruction and reinforcement program. He added a third tower making the Calahorra Tower some kind of a fortress and giving it its current appearance.

The Tower contains the Living Museum of Al-Andalus and on top you have a beautiful view of the bridge and the historic old town.

2. Puerta del Puente

Rear Of Puerta Del Puente, Cordoba

From the cathedral exit via the Torre Campanario turn left and left again to head south towards the river on Calle de Torrijos.

Enter the square past the statue, orange trees and fountain for your first look at the Roman Bridge.

You will pass beneath the 16th century Puerta del Puente on your way to the Roman Bridge. The gate was also called Arc de Triomphe and it originally formed part of the city walls. It was built by Felipe II in 1522 and it replaced the door of the Roman era.

You can enter the gate to see a small exhibition on its history, as well as a viewpoint at the topto look over the Guadalquivir river and back over the city.

3. Roman Bridge of Córdoba

Puente Romano At Night

Cross over the Ronda de Isasa to get to the Roman Bridge.

Roman bridge of Córdoba was originally built in the early 1st century BC across the Guadalquivir river. Most of the present structure dates from the Moorish reconstruction in the 8th century. In the center of the eastern side of the bridge is a small shrine to St Raphael, at whose feet the devout lite candles. Interest in the Roman Bridge in Córdoba peaked recently due to its appearance in Game of Thrones.

4. Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

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Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba or Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba , is a unique Mosque-Cathedral which has been a place of worship for both Muslims and Christians throughout its history. It is believed that the location occupied by the Mosque-Cathedral was dedicated to numerous divinities in ancient times. The building comprises the courtyard which is called Patio de los Naranjos, where the laminar or minaret is found and the interior space, which features impressive columns along with red and white arches.

5. Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos

Alcazar De Los Reyes Cristianos

The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos or Palace of the Christian Kings Builtwas built under Castilian rule in the 13th and 14th centuries on the remains of a Moorish ruin. The fortress served as one of the primary residences of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon.

It features a castle, its own delightful gardens and a moorish bathhouse. There is a museum, cloister, tower to climb, prison cells, Impressive Roman mosaics, and, finally, a wonderful series of gardens and water features some stocked with large koi.

There are great views of the city and Caballerizas Reales which you will be heading to next.

6. Caballerizas Reales

Passion And Spirit Of The Andalusian Horse At The Caballerizas Reales

The Caballerizas Reales or Royal Stables were built on orders of King Felipe II in 1570 as a center for developing the tall Spanish thoroughbred warhorse or Andalusian horse.

The main stables are probably one of the most beautiful stables you will ever see, with its vaulted ceiling supported by sandstone pillars is divided into smaller separate areas, known as boxes.

There is a show most nights which is worth coming to see.

7. Baños del Alcázar Califal

Displays In Caliphal Baths Cordoba 3

These are the remains of baths were built during the reign of the Caliph  Alhakem II and modified in the late 11th to the 13th centuries by the Almoravid and Almohad rulers.

8. Maimonides Statue

Moses Ben Maimon, Cordoba

In this small square you will find the bronze sculpture of philosopher, theologian & doctor, Cordovan Ben Maimónides, which was erected in 1964. Legend says to rub his feet for good luck! Maimónides was a jewish scholar from the Middle Ages who was born and raised in Cordoba. He tried to show that the philosophy of the ancient Greek thinker, Aristotle, and Judaism supported each other.

9. Synagogue

West Wall Of The Synagogue Of Cordoba

Carry on down Calle Judíos, past the signs for the interesting Zoco, Municipal (you will be coming back later to see this) and you will arrive at the synagogue.

Located in the heart of the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba, its 14th century synagogue is one of the three best preserved Medieval synagogues in the whole of Spain.

It has a small courtyard which leads to a narrow entrance hall. To the right, there is a staircase leads to the women’s area and directly in front lies the main hall, which is decorated with Mudejar-style carvings. The wall supporting the women’s area has three arches decorated with more exquisite plasterwork. In 1492 after the Jews were expelled from the city, the building was used first as a hospital, then as the Hermitage of San Crispin and finally, an infants’ school.

10. Zoco Municipal

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Head back the way you came, up Calle Judíos to get to the Zoco Municipal.

Zoco Municipal is a Craft Market located in a Mudejar style building with two floors and a magnificent arcaded patio. It was inaugurated in 1954 and built in the gardens of the original Casa de las Bulas.

This is an ideal place not only to find indigenous products in the area but also to see them crafted. Leather productsare in great demand for their extraordinary quality and tradition, since their appearance in Córdoba dates back to the arrival of Muslims, back in the 8th century.

11. Chapel of San Bartolome

Capilla Mudejar De San Bartolome In Der Calle Averroes, Cordoba

Leave Zoco Municipal directly opposite the entrance you came in. You enter a narrow lane, Calle Averroes, and turn right. After a few twists and turns you come to the Sandstone archway entrance which enters into a lovely courtyard, off which is the Chapel of San Bartolome.

This small chapel was built between the 14th and 15th centuries, in the Baroque style was incorporated into the former Cardinal Salazar hospital, and then restored in the 19th century, and is a splendid example of Mudejar architecture.

The building is a wonderful blend of Christian structure and Arab architecture. The main entrance is covered by a portico with three arches. Inside look out for the tiled plinth, the geometric forms, the Gothic vaulted ceiling and the traces of former murals behind the altar.

12. Hospital del Cardenal Salazar in Córdoba

Hospital Del Cardenal Salazar

When you come out of the Chapel of San Bartolome you can turn left and left again to head towards see the small and baroque Plaza del Cardenal Salazar. However you will be heading back this way so it is optional.

The former 18th century Hospital del Cardenal Salazar, is today occupied by the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters, and is one of the best examples of Baroque architecture in Córdoba. Past its imposing facade the building has an almost square plan, surrounding two courtyards.

13. La Casa Andalusí

Patio Casa Andalusi

La Casa Andalusí is a restored 12th-century house allows the visitor to experience the lifestyle of medieval Cordoba, with its mixed Moorish-Christian influences. There is also a ancient Roman mosaic to see here. It is a small house with a lovely indoor patio and a few rooms of relics.

14. Almodovar Gate

Almodovar Cordoba, Espana

Head back out to the Calle Judíos and carry on the way you were going to get to the Almodovar Gate.

The Almodóvar Gate, which is mainly of Christian construction and dates from the 14th century. In the time of the Moors, it was known as Bad al-Yawz, and it is the only surviving gateway into the city of the nine built by Abd al-Rahman I. It is flanked by towers to both sides, which are linked by a parapet walk.

15. Minaret of San Juan

Alminar De San Juan De Los Caballeros Cordoba 4

Walk north up alongside Paseo de la Victoria until you come to Calle Lope de Hoces. The Minaret of San Juan is another optional stop, it is about a 5 minute walk from here and we will be coming back this way.

Head down Calle Lope de Hoces and you come to a small square Plaza de la Trinidad, go straight across to Calle Tesoro. When you get to Plaza de Ramón y Cajal turn right and then left onto Calle Gral. Argote and you will come to Plaza de San Juan.

The minaret of San Juan is a 10th century Moorish minaret attached to the church of the Order of San Juan. The minaret is a square tower built of solid stone ashlars or blocks, but its most notable decorative features are the twin horseshoe arches with marble columns. It was not attached to the Mihrab but occupies the northwestern corner of the mosque. It has a square ground plan and a winding staircase with a solid newel. Outside we can still see the remains of the twin windows and the frieze placed along the top of the lowest part.

16. Roman Mausoleum

Roman Mausoleum, Corduba, Spain 2

Head back the way you came towards Paseo de la Victoria, from there cross the road to the Jardines de la Victoria and head north to the Roman Mausoleum.

The Roman Mausoleum is a fully restored burial crypt which dates to the during the reign of Tiberius in the 1st Century A.D.

It is a huge, cylindrical buildings, which are an unusual style for the Iberian Peninsula, and probably designed by an Italian architect, who took other mausoleums of the imperial capital as his model. The Mausoleum was built the main Corduba-Híspalis (Seville) road of which some excavated remains can be seen.

17. Palace of La Merced

Palace Of La Merced, Cordoba

Stay in the park and head north. Turn right on Av. Ronda de los Tejares and walk about 500m until you get to Jardines de la Merced. Which is a nice landscaped park featuring a 19th-century fountain, tree-shaded walking paths, roses & a mosque. Walk anti-clockwise around the park to get to the Palace of La Merced.

The Palacio de la Merced is a baroque 18th-century convent now housing government offices & hosting occasional events. It is free to enter and see its central cloister, with its porch, and the baroque fountain.

18. Malmuerta Tower

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Head across the park to see the Torre de la Malmuerta.

According to popular legend the octagonal Torre de la Malmuerta gets its name comes from a vengeful husband who killed his wife because he incorrectly believed her to be an adulteress.

The tower was joined to the city walls by an arch that still exists to this day. There is only one octagonal room inside with a series of loopholes that lead to the exterior of the building, which is crowned by a semicircular dome. A series of steps lie at one end leading to the top floor which has magnificent views of the city.

19. Palacio de Viana

Patio De Las Columnas Palacio De Viana, Cordoba

Either way when you get to Calle de Sta. Isabel, turn right and walk about 150m until you get to the small Plaza de Don Gome, and the entrance to Palacio de Viana.

The Palacio de Viana is a stunning Renaissance palace with 12 beautiful, plant-filled patios. Occupied by the Marqueses de Viana until 1980, the large building is full of firearms, historic furnishing and paintings as well as a library with more than 7,000 volumes. You can just walk round the lovely patios and garden with a self-guiding leaflet, or take a guided tour of the rooms as well.

20. Palacio de Orive

Palacio De Orive,Cordoba

Head south (left) down Calle Enrique Redel until it bends around to the east, switch to Calle Hermanos López Diéguez and continue south. When you get to the T junction turn right onto Calle San Pablo. Walk 40m and you will come across the Plaza de Orive to the south, which houses the Palacio de Orive.

The Palacio de Orive is an unique Renaissance building, built in 1560, is one of the most notable works of the architect Hernán Ruiz II. The most striking feature is the entrance with its decorative arches and its inner courtyard. It is a government building and if open free to enter.

21. Templo Romano

Templo Romano, Córdoba

Carry on down Calle San Pablo until you come to the large town-hall with a pedestrianized are in front of it. The other side of it is the Templo Romano. The ruins of the former Roman Temple are, apart from the Roman Bridge, the most considerable heritage of the Roman culture that influenced the entire region two thousand years ago.

Several monumental columns, topped with massive yet beautiful capitals, aloft to the skies over Cordoba. Especially after nightfall, when the illuminated columns appear in warm colors, visitors are overwhelmed by their natural beauty.

The Templo Romano is a 1st-century AD Roman temple is viewed from the street. Its 11 tall white columns make a striking sight, especially when floodlit. Dedicated to emperor worship, the temple is thought to have looked east towards a huge Roman circus where horse races and other spectacles were held.

22. Plaza del Potro

Plaza Del Potro

After go south 450m along Calle San Fernando, and turn left onto Calle Romero Barros after 100m you will come to the Plaza del Potro.

Continue to head south to come to the Guadalquivir River and walk along the Paseo de la Ribera to come back to your starting point.

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4 FEB 2007 : With Google's new technology, I have been able to program a customized, dynamic map of Cordoba . All of the monuments are not yet located on it, but in the near future I hope to complete this pain-staking task.

Following a section on driving and parking in Cordoba (tourists' main complaint) are links to a few maps of Cordoba that I have found on the web. It's a marvelous city to explore on foot. Any one of the maps below will help you locate the major attractions. If you are trying to get around the city by car, you may find some difficulty.

Locating a good map is not easy, and computer-generated directions are not always reliable (Cordoba's streets and traffic have changed a lot in 2005, so that even locals haven't figured out how to navigate certain areas in the old city, especially those who don't normally drive there). I have rescued more than one foreign driver trying to make his way through the old city's tangled, one-way streets by getting into their car and pointing the way.

Update 3 Jan 2008: Googles maps seem to have corrected their data on traffic directions for several key streets.

Driving and Parking in Cordoba

If you're planning on making a brief stop in Cordoba and you're driving, don't try to go into the historic center by car (north of the river, east of Paseo de la Victoria and south of Ronda de los Tejares). Park and walk to get the most out of a brief stop (see below).

I don't want anyone to waste hours trying to drive to their hotel in the historic district, so I will go ahead and warn you. The historic part of Cordoba is a wonderful walking city, but terrible to drive or park in. If you are staying at a hotel in the historic center, ask them for parking advice and directions before you drive into the city (preferably in writing), as you literally could save yourself hours of frustration. You may want to park in one of the large underground public parking lots indicated below and then catch a taxi to your hotel if it does not have its own parking. (Ideally, turn in your rental car at the train station and catch a taxi or walk to your hotel).

UPDATE 3 January 2008: Streets around Mezquita blocked to traffic. In late 2007, the city council placed an automated, license-plate-reading roadbloack at the beginning of Amador de los Ríos street, just next to the Alcázar. This blocks traffic to several popular hotels around the Mezquita-Cathedral, including Maimónides and El Conquistador.

Cordoba Maps

NEW : Dynamic, printer-friendly map of Cordoba with multiple views (satellite and street map ) and levels of detail. Programmed by me and Google-powered. I will continue to add important landmarks to it in the months ahead. You may also use it to find addresses .

Microsoft's new Local.Live Map and satellite views of Cordoba . Cordoba is Spain's first city to be included in this new Microsoft venture. I have added informational markers. Click on "Bird's Eye" for photos and "Road" for street map. Extremely good.

Download tourist map of Cordoba (800K). As a service to humanity, I have placed 2 bright "P" symbols on the upper and left edges of the maps approximately where there are 2 large underground public parking lots . Note: traffic flows both ways on Avenida del Aeropuerto on the west side of the city center, and towards the train station along Paseo de la Libertad (parking lot on north side of the city center, just north of the long Paseo de Renfe park). Update: now there is another public parking lot on Paseo de la Victoria northbound.

Another Cordoba map A basic pdf map, slightly out of date but nice in that it is oriented along an E-W axis so that everything fits on one page when printing.

Official Map from the Cordoba City Hall. Since they've made it impossible for a tourist to find or operate, I've given you a shortcut straight into a view of (central) Tendillas Square. Now you're on your own. You must figure out how to enlarge it, move it around and find things like parking on it (which for some reason doesn't show up...). Hint: icons on the upper right, and click on "mapa en pantalla completa" at the top right corner of the screen for a large version. You may want to write to them to ask for good maps and directions into the city (don't expect a response).

Hotmaps : zoomable no-frills tourist map of Cordoba. No directions available. The printable view is nice, but it cuts off the bottom of the map where the Mezquita, Alcazar and Roman bridge are. Beware of the parking lots shown. The one on Gongora street is hard to get to and often full. The one on Avenida de Ronda de los Tejares is under El Corte Ingles department store and, if it's not full, is fine for fairly short-term parking only.

Map Quest : Cordoba is in their Spain map database of dynamic maps. Beware of the directions, however, as drivers may find that traffic in many streets in the city center now flows in the opposite direction or is cut. Their database is out of date and is missing major changes made on the north side of the city in recent years (Last checked Jan 2006).

MSN Maps and Directions . Another dynamic map with an very out-of-date database, but allows for larger map sizes (select on upper left). To see map of Cordoba, select Spain from the menu and input a postal code of 14001 .

4 January 2006

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The Definitive Córdoba Spain Travel Guide

LAST UPDATED – 10/17/2022 – Córdoba Spain travel guide

Because of its rich culture and breathtaking historical sites, creating a Córdoba Spain travel guide was one of the easiest and most satisfying projects I have undertaken as a travel blogger. Once referred to as the “Constantinople of the Occident” and “Pearl of Moorish Spain” in because of its blend of different cultures who have, throughout its history peacefully coexisted, the beautiful city of Córdoba is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. At one time, Córdoba was the world’s largest cities with over a million people calling the city home.

While the city is no longer one of the largest in the world, it is still one of the most culturally diverse cities in Europe. In fact, Córdoba is the only city in the world to host four cultural heritage sites. This includes the Mezquita, which is not only the largest mosque in the world, but the world’s largest temple of any kind. Córdoba is located in the breathtaking Andalusia region of Spain, which is located in the southern region of the country. Andalusia is well-known for its rich bullfighting history, delicious tapas, large olive plantations, stunning beaches, and flamboyant flamenco dancing. As the third largest city in Andalusia, Córdoba attracts a large number of tourists each year to tour its history, enjoy its food and beaches, and to immerse themselves in its rich and diverse culture.

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In my Córdoba Spain travel guide, I am going to give you all of the information you need to plan a successful trip to Córdoba, Spain. I cover the best times to visit and the best ways to get there so that you can maximize what you are able to see and do on your trip.  In addition, I outline the top things to see and do while you are there and where the best places to stay and eat are.  With this information in hand, you can be confident that your trip to Córdoba will be one that you remember for the rest of your life.

At a Glance

Before you start making any travel plans, you will want to make sure to take care of all of the passport, VISA, and immunization requirements for your trip.   In addition, you will want to make sure you have a clear understanding of what language they speak in Spain and what currency they use so that you can plan any translation needs you might have for your trip and exchange currency before your trip if necessary.  I have included some of this key information in my Córdoba Spain travel guide below for you to review as you start to make your travel plans.

Passport, VISA, Customs, and Immunization Requirements

In order to assist you in navigating the legal requirements for visiting Spain, I have included a link to my Spain Passport, VISA, Customs, and Immunization Requirements for Visitors Guide as well as some information on the EU’s new ETIAS VISA requirements below for you to review.  These guides will give you all of the information that you will need to meet the VISA, passport, customs, and immunizations requirements and recommendations for visiting Spain.

Travel Immunizations

Before you leave for your trip to Spain, you need to make sure you have all of the proper vaccinations.  Not only to protect yourself but to protect others.  If you have questions on what immunizations you will need and what to look out for when you go to get them, I have included in my Córdoba Spain travel guide below some general guidelines I can pass on to you from experience.

  • Most specialized travel clinics will not accept insurance so you will have to pay for your travel consultation and immunizations and then request reimbursement from your insurance company later.
  • Some immunizations aren’t accepted by every insurance company, so check with your insurance provider before getting your immunizations.
  • Check with your regular doctor first, as often they can do a travel consultation for you and write you the necessary prescriptions for your immunizations, even if they aren’t able to give them to you.  This way you can ensure that at least your travel consultant will be covered by your insurance up-front.
  • Check with  Walgreens   or other drug stores that give flu shots to see if they have any of the immunization shots that you require before going to a specialized clinic that doesn’t accept insurance to get them.  Walgreens can give you many of the immunizations necessary for international travel, and they accept insurance up-front.
  • The  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website   can be a great resource for answering any travel immunization questions that you have.

In case you are unsure of what travel vaccinations you might need, I have compiled a list below of some of what you might expect your physician to recommend.

  • Hepatitis A & B  (if you haven’t had them).
  • Tetanus  (if you aren’t current).
  • Transderm SCōP Patch (for motion sickness) or at minimum Dramamine pills if you get motion sickness easily and you plan on getting out on the water or doing adventure activities.

Packing Tips

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Outside of taking care of the passport, visa, and immunization requirements so that you can get into Spain and don’t get sick, there is no more important pre-travel planning task than making sure you pack the right clothing and gear for your trip.  To help make sure you are properly packed and prepared, I have included links to some of my packing resources for you to review in my Córdoba Spain travel guide below.

Top Things to See and Do

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For those travelers who are visiting Córdoba to learn about its history, immerse themselves in the city’s diverse culture, and enjoy the city’s breathtakingly beautiful structures, gardens, and buildings, then Córdoba will not disappoint. There is no shortage of fun and amazing things to see an do for travelers of all interests. If you are starting to fill out your travel itinerary and would like some suggestions on what to see and do in Córdoba, I have included in my Córdoba Spain travel guide a list of the top things that I would recommend that you see and do for you to review.

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Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba

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Also known as the Mezquita of Córdoba, the Great Mosque of Córdoba is one of the most important historical sites and most popular tourist attractions in the city. With some of the most amazing Mujedar architecture that can be found anywhere in Andalusia, the mosque is one of the most beautiful buildings inside of Spain. Its detailed carvings, breathtaking mosaics, and variety of beautiful stonework that includes marbles, jasper, pophyry, and even gold will leave you speechless.

The mosque was believed to have been built nearly 2,000 years ago on the site of a Roman temple dedicated to the Roman God Janus and converted to a Visigoth church. When the city fell into Moorish rule, the structure was converted into a Muslim temple that its rulers hoped would rival the great mosques of Damascus and Baghdad. However, when Córdoba fell to Ferdinand the 3rd in 1538 and came back under Christian rule, the structure was converted into the cathedral that you see today. If you want to visit the Great Mosque-Cathedral, you can purchase a ticket on the day of your visit, or book a tour in advance. Entrance is limited to 20-25 people every 30 minute time slot to avoid over-crowding, so I would suggest planning ahead.

Plaza De La Corredera

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The beautiful city of Córdoba is in no short supply of stunning plazas, and the amazing Plaza De La Corredera is certainly no exception. Constructed in the 17th Century, the square has often been the site of many public spectacles including bull fights and inquisition burnings. Today, the plaza is home to a wide array of popular shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is also the site of the ever-popular Mercado de la Corredera, which is a busy morning food market that sells a variety of fresh produce and other goods. If you are in the mood for some shopping and food, the Plaza De La Corredera is a great place to stop.

Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos

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Arguably my favorite thing to see in the city of Córdoba that I am outlining in my Córdoba Spain travel guide is the breathtaking Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. Also referred to as the Alcázar of Córdoba, it is medieval alcázar located in the historic centre of Córdoba near the Grand Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba. If you love to walk thru absolutely drop-dead gorgeous gardens with beautiful flowers, surrounded by some of the most stunning architecture in the city, then the Alcázar will be right up your alley. Not only is it beautiful, but there is a lot of history behind the Alcázar as well. At one time, it was the primary residence of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon. If you want to visit the Alcázar, I would suggest getting there right when it opens to avoid the large crowds that it attracts daily.

The Roman Bridge

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One of the most amazing and historical structures that I recommend in my Córdoba Spain travel guide is the amazing Roman Bridge that dominates the landscape in Córdoba’s historical area of town. Built to cross the Guadalquivir river, the bridge was originally constructed all the way back in the 1st Century, but has been reconstructed several times since then. It is a beautiful foot bridge that attracts thousands of visitors each year. If you are a fan of the infamous HBO miniseries Game of Thrones, you will probably recognize the bridge as it was featured prominently in that show.

Calahorra Tower

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If you walk the Roman Bridge while in Córdoba, at the end of the bridge on the left bank of the Guadalquivir River you will find the beautiful Calahorra Tower. This impressive gate was built by the Almohad Caliphate in the 12th Century to protect access to the bridge and the center of the city. The tower was restored in 1360 by King Henry II of Castile and declared a national historical monument in 1931 because of its beauty and historical significance. No stroll across the Roman Bridge is complete without visiting this amazing tower.

San Lorenzo Church

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The Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba isn’t the only beautiful place of worship in the city. In fact, the city of Córdoba has many beautiful cathedrals and churches that attract visitors from around the world each year. One of my favorite churches in the city is the San Lorenzo Church. Located in the historical center of Córdoba, it was one of twelve holy buildings that were commissioned by kind Ferdinand III of Castile after he retook the city of Córdoba from the Moors in the early 13th century. One of my favorite things about the church are the 14th century paintings of the life of Jesus inside the church. If you are in the historical center of Córdoba, the San Lorenzo Church should definitely be on your itinerary.

Patio De Los Naranjos

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If the beautiful Mezquita is on your list of places to visit while in Córdoba, then you won’t want to miss out on visiting the Patio De Los Naranjos while you are there. Located adjacent to the world-renown Great Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, the Patio De Los Naranjos is a stunning rectangular garden that features a grid of irrigation channels, stone lined trees, and absolutely stunning orange trees that were planted all the way back in the 15th century. Walking thru the maze of trees on the patio on a beautiful day is a great way to momentarily escape the crowds inside the Mezquita and enjoy the beauty of the the historical center of the city.

Templo Romano

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One of the most fascinating pieces of history in the city of Córdoba that you can tour is undoubtedly the remnants of an ancient Roman temple. Construction on the Templo Romano, as it is called locally, was started in the second half of the first century during the reign of the Emperor Claudius (41-54AD), but wasn’t finished until the reign of Domitian (81-96AD). Built of primarily marble, this temple would have been a magnificent sight to behold in the days of the Roman empire. The very fact that so much of this ancient temple exists to this day for tourists to view is a testament to how well the Romans constructed their buildings. No visit to the historical center of Córdoba is complete without visiting these amazing Roman ruins.

Palacio de la Merced

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A part from perhaps the Grand Mosque-Cathedral, I don’t think there is a more beautiful building in the city of Córdoba than the Palacio de la Merced. That is why this breathtaking palace has made it onto my list of the top things to see when you visit Córdoba. While it was once home to the convent of La Merced Calzada, and at one point in its history was a monastery of Mercedarian monks, the palace building is today used as the headquarters for the Provincial Government of Córdoba. Visiting the palace is well worth the time if you are able, and especially so considering entrance is free.

Iglesia de San Francisco

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While the outside of the Iglesia de San Francisco in the historical area of Córdoba may not be much to look at, the inside of the church is a whole different story. Personally, I love the look of this beautiful old church from the outside. It is modest and appealing, which is something I admire about it. However, the inside of the church can be characterized as anything other than modest or bland. With an absolutely breathtaking alter and a beautiful Our Virgin of Protection statue, you will be awe-struck by how beautiful this humble little church is on the inside. The church isn’t as accessible to tour as some of the other churches in Córdoba, so make sure you double-check the current hours of operations before you plan your visit.

How to Get There

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If you are visiting Córdoba from outside of Spain, there are a number of ways that you can get there.  For those visiting from outside of Europe, the easiest way to get to Córdoba is to fly into the  Córdoba Airport (ODB) .  If you are visiting from elsewhere in Europe and have the time, an attractive alternative to flying into Córdoba would be to take the rail system.  The rail system in Europe is quite advanced, and the rail system within Spain is no exception.  In fact, taking the train can save you time versus driving if you are heading to Córdoba from other locations within Spain as well.  If you are traveling to Córdoba from another location within Spain and would like more information on travel times by train and by car, I have included a map in my Córdoba Spain travel guide below for you to review.

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Best Time to Visit

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Average Temperature (°F)

Because it is located in the southern part of Spain, the temperatures in Córdoba typically don’t drop below freezing, even during the winter months.  However, that doesn’t mean that temperatures don’t get a little chilly during the months of December thru February.  If you are looking for warm weather when you visit, you will want to target the months of May thru September.  During these months of the year, there will typically be high temperatures in the upper 70s or even 80s and low temperatures that don’t get much cooler than the upper 50s.  The summer months of June thru August are typically the busiest tourism months in Córdoba, so the shoulder months of May and September may be your best options overall.

Average Precipitation (Inches)

If you are planning on spending a lot of time outside when you visit, then you will want to target one of the months where the weather is typically the driest in Córdoba.  The summer months of June thru August are the driest months, but as I said above, they are also typically the busiest tourism months in Córdoba.  If you don’t mind larger crowds, then you should plan your visit during the summer.  However, if you prefer not to have to navigate larger crowds around the city, then the shoulder months of May and September may be better options.

Where to Stay

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One of the most important decisions you are going to have to make when planning your trip to Córdoba is where you will stay.  When you travel, the accommodations you choose are oftentimes amongst the biggest expenditures for your trip.  So not only do you need to be comfortable where you are staying, but you also need to be comfortable with how much you are paying to stay there.  Finding the right accommodations for your trip involves looking at the amenities, the location, and most importantly, the price.  If you are starting to plan your trip to Córdoba and want some hotel and hostel suggestions, I have included some great options at different price points in my Córdoba Spain travel guide below for you to review.  As always, don’t be afraid to expand your search to room sharing sites such as Airbnb or VRBO if you aren’t finding a hotel or hostel that meets your needs.

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Where to Eat

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When most people plan a trip, the primary focus is one how to get there, where to stay, and what is on the list of things to see and do.  What many travelers neglect to plan, is where to eat when you are there.  Granted, it is sometimes fun to be spontaneous when choosing a restaurant while traveling, and it is always smart to get recommendations when you arrive.  However, it can also be advantageous to have some ideas of restaurants you would like to try during your trip written down beforehand as well.  This way you can be assured that you won’t miss out on a highly recommended culinary experience that you will regret.  To help you decide on some restaurants in Córdoba to add to your list, I have included a list of some highly recommended options in my Córdoba Spain travel guide for you to review below.

Recommended Tours and Excursions

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There is an abundance of amazing things to see and do in the Córdoba area and one of the best ways to experience those things is on a tour.  If you are looking for fun tours and excursions to fill out your trip, I have included some category links to recommended tours and excursions in my Córdoba Spain travel guide you can review below.

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If you are visiting my Córdoba Spain travel guide to see pictures of Córdoba, you will find some of my very favorite images I took of this beautiful city in the gallery below. Please feel free to browse the gallery and comment on which photographs you like best.

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Visit Cordoba: Top 15 Things To Do and Must-See Attractions

Things to do in cordoba.

You’re planning to visit Cordoba during your next trip in Spain?

Cordoba, along Seville and Granada is one of the three most visited cities of Andalusia, and it is not by chance!

Visiting Córdoba in 1 or 2 days is discovering one of the most beautiful old town of Andalusia, as well as prestigious monuments like the mosque-cathedral of Córdoba or the Alcázar.

It’s also the perfect destination for a day trip from Seville (it’s only at 40 minutes by train!).

In order to help you plan your stay , I have created this guide of the best things to do in Cordoba , with all the best places to visit and points of interest. If you’re planning to spend more than a day in town, you should also have a look at the list of my favorite accommodations in Cordoba , for every budget. It’s located at the end of the article.

And as always, I will also give you my best tips to make the most out of your trip!

So, what are the best things to do in Cordoba? Where to stay?

Discover the top 15 must see attractions in Cordoba now!

1.  Jewish Quarter of Cordoba (La Judería), the heart of the city

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To enter the historic center of Cordoba, you will pass through the Almodovar Gate, surrounded by its high walls and battlements. It marks the entrance to La Judería, the old Jewish quarter of Cordoba.

Stroll through its typical Andalusian streets with whitewashed facades and flowery balconies. Don’t miss la calleja de las Flores, Cordoba’s most famous little alley, which leads to a nice view of Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral.

This neighborhood is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes the majority of historical monuments to visit in Cordoba. It’s the place where you will find the city’s main attractions such as the Mosque Cathedral and the Alcázar . I will tell you more about them below.

In this area, you can also shop in the numerous lather crafts and jewellery stores.

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The mosque-cathedral of Cordoba (also sometimes called Mezquita ) is the city’s emblematic monument and certainly the most impressive.

Built in 785 by a Muslim emir on the ruins of a church, it has been enlarged and embellished over several centuries. Nowadays, it’s considered one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic art in Spain.

Following the Christian conquest, a cathedral was erected at its center, creating a singular architectural mix. Inside you can admire columns and endless red and white arcades, glorified by the beautiful lighting.

Spending an hour or two photographing the columns from every angle is the dream of every photographer.

This is one of the most impressive monuments I’ve had the opportunity to see, the atmosphere is really special there. You will love it!

All the important information you need to visit the Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba can be found on the Mezquita’s official website.

  • Buy your tickets at the vending machines, to avoid the big waiting lines. They are located right next to the ticket booth.
  • If you know the exact date of your trip to Córdoba, you can buy your tickets in advance here . They also include an amazing guided visit of the mosque-cathedral.
  • Visit the Mezquita around 12:45 there are a lot less people and you can take beautiful pictures of the arcades without anyone around.
  • It is also possible to climb the minaret of the Mezquita for 2€

And last but not least, here is a great tip to save money:

If you plan to visit Cordoba’s 3 main monuments (the Mosque-Cathedral, the Alcazar and the Synagogue) in one day, the best is to book a guided tour of the 3.

To book it, you just have to click on the following button:

Last but not least, if you also plan to visit Seville and Granada in addition to Córdoba , you can buy the Andalusia Pass. It includes:

  • A skip the line ticket for the Alcazar of Seville
  • A skip the line ticket for the Alhambra of Granada and the Nasrid palaces
  • A guided tour of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba
  • An audio guide for Seville and Granada, to download on your smartphone.

To book your Andalusia Pass , you just have to click on the button below:

Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

This is the other must-see monument when visiting Cordoba: the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos (“Alcázar of the Christian Kings” in English) . It served as a residence for Catholic kings, but was also the headquarter of the Holy Office during the inquisition. At that time, it was converted to a prison.

You can start your visit by climbing into one of the Alcázar’s 4 towers. You will end up on the ramparts, with a unique panorama of the city to enjoy.

Then go back downstairs to visit the interior of the Alcázar of Cordoba, with its mosaic salon, the royal baths and the moorish patio. You can then enjoy the highlight of the visit, the beautiful gardens. Large paths lined with trees and orange trees with beautiful fountains and ponds in the center.

Visiting the gardens is truly relaxing and refreshing, the perfect opportunity to have a break in the shade and quiet.

For only 4.50 €, the visit is really worth it. And if you want additionnal historical information during your visit, I highly recommend you to book a guided tour by clicking here (the guides are really good). The Alcazar of the Christian King is a must-do, very relaxing after a day of visit in Cordoba!

Alcazar of Cordoba

Located in the Jewish quarter, it’s the only existing synagogue in Andalusia and the third best preserved in Spain. Although small, it’s worth a visit especially for the nice stucco decorations of the main hall.

Until the expulsion of the Jews,  Cordoba Synagogue served as a temple. Later, it has been used as a hospital and school before being recognized as a national monument in the 19th century.

Cordoba Synagogue

Very close to the synagogue, you can find the chapel of San Bartolomé. This chapel is a perfect example of Mudéjar art and architecture. Located inside the Faculty of Arts, it was built in the 14th century. Inside, you can admire its unique nave with a ribbed vault and walls decorated with earthenware tiles.

You’re going to Cordoba?

You probably know it: the hardest part of planning your trip is to find an hotel offering a good value for money!

The closer you get to your travel dates, the harder it will be to get a good deal. Lots of people will be visiting Cordoba on the same dates as you , so you can be sure that the best deals are booked extremely quickly!

Hopefully, there is a pretty simple solution to this problem: do like me and book your hotel as early as possible!

So, my best advice is to take 5 minutes (now) to have a look at the list of travelers’ favorite hotels in Cordoba.

And if you see a good offer, book it!

Most hotels offer free cancellation, so it’s quick, easy, and you will avoid the the inconvenience of finding nothing but mediocre rooms at exorbitant prices.

To check the current best deals for your hotel in Cordoba, simply click on the green button below 😎:

Once you’ve booked your hotel, it will be time to continue reading this guide and find out more about the best things to do in Cordoba!

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On a piece of land belonging to the Alcázar, you can find the royal stables of Cordoba (las caballerizas reales in Spanish) founded in 1570 by King Felipe II, a horse lover.

You may not know it, the famous race of Andalusian horses was created here. The stables can be visited and you can also attend a horse show, held every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for about 15 euros.

Royal Stables of Córdoba

The bridge gate is as its name suggests, located just opposite the Roman bridge of Córdoba. It was built in the 16th century on the site of ancient Roman and Moorish gates. Pretty aesthetic, I must say!

Bridge Gate Cordoba

Now let’s head to the Roman Bridge, another must-see monument in Cordoba, great for beautiful shots of the old city, especially at sunset. The complex formed by the bridge over the Guadalquivir river and the view of the mosque-cathedral is one of the most beautiful views of the city.

Built in the 1st century BC, it was the only bridge in the city for nearly 20 centuries and the main access to Cordoba.

Crossing the bridge will take you directly to the Calahorra Tower.

Roman Bridge Cordoba

At the end of the Roman Bridge ,  you will find a defensive tower from the Muslim era: the Calahorra Tower

Declared as a national historical monument, after serving as a school and prison, it now houses the museum of Al-Andalus. This museum is about the coexistence of Jews, Muslims and Christians, a topical theme. You can also see a model of the mosque and access the tower’s terrace to enjoy the view of the bridge and river.

Calahorra Tower

The plaza de las Tendillas is a very pleasant square, ideal for a break. Its water jets and fountain makes it even more enjoyable in Andalusia hot weather! I suggest you to extend this moment of relaxation in one of the many bars and restaurant terraces around. Don’t miss the magnificent buildings facades on the square.

If you’re staying 2 days in Cordoba , it’s also a good place to visit in the evening, when the fountains are illuminated and the Andalusian night life starts around tapas and sangria.

plaza de las tendillas

As it’s not far from the plaza de las tendillas, you should definitely go have a look at he the Roman temple of Cordoba. Located in front of the town hall, this temple impresses with its dimensions. The are no guided visits available, you can just see the columns from the street but since it is on the way between the two most famous squares of Cordoba, it is worth a brief visit.

The Roman Temple, in Cordoba

Your path will then take you straight to the most famous square in Cordoba: the Plaza de la Corredera (Corrodera Square) . Its rectangular shape and its arcades recall the classic “Plaza Mayor” of Castile but it’s actually the only square with such features in Andalusia. For centuries, it has been a gathering place for parties, markets, bullfights and even….executions!

Today it’s with the plaza de las Tendillas the best place in Cordoba to enjoy a drink or a lunch on a terrace. There is also a market, where you can buy fresh produce.

Corredera square Cordoba

As it’s located about ten minute walk from the plaza de la Corredera , you should continue your visit of Cordoba with a stop at the Viana Palace (“Palacio de Viana”). The highlights of the visit are for sure the 12 magnificient patios and gardens. Art enthusiasts will also be delighted by the impressive collection of paintings, ancient dishes and tapestries that can be found in the palace’s multiple outbuildings.

All information for your visit can be found on the Viana Palace official website.

One of the Viana Palace patio

If you have more than one day to visit the city, here is a list of museums in Cordoba that might interest you:

  • The archaeological museum and its collection of Roman objects discovered in Cordoba
  • The fine arts museum : collections of modern Spanish and baroque art
  • The bullfighting museum for those who are not opposed to this practice of course
  • The ethnobotanical museum and the botanical garden
  • The Julio Romero de Torrez museum, housing a collection of the famous local painter
  • The gallery of the inquisition which presents the instruments of torture used in the inquisition. It’s not recommended for children.

Cordoba archaeological museum

Finally, don’t leave Cordoba without tasting its typical dish: the salmorejo . It is a cold soup (perfect for the hot weather!) made of tomato, olive oil, bread crumbs, garlic, vinegar on which they put small pieces of Serrano ham and eggs.

And to finish with a sweet touch, why not give an ice cream a go? Personally, I have tried the one from Cremeria di Vaniglia , close to the plaza de las tendillas and they were amazing!

ice cream cordoba

Madinat al-Zahra (Medina Azahara)

The remains of the mysterious city of Madinat al-Zahra (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) are located at 8 kilometers from Cordoba .

The this city was built by a caliph in tribute to his wife named “Azahara”. The palace was built with marble, gold and precious stones!

In addition to the palace, Madinat al-Zahra city consisted of 3 levels and there was also a mosque. Nowadays, it’s is in ruins but it’s a very interesting visit for history lovers!

The best way to enjoy the visit is for sure to book a guided tour from Cordoba.

Everything is included: transportation, the guide, and access to the historical site.

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Monastery of San Jerónimo de Valparaíso

In front of Madinat al-Zahra , you can find the impressive monastery of San Jerónimo de Valparaíso, built in the 15th century.

It was originally a Gothic building, but you can find some Renaissance and Baroque architecture elements.

For several years, the family of owners has done a great job of restoration and you can now admire a large art collection.

Be careful, visits are only private, so you need to make a reservation before going.

It’s totally possible to visit Cordoba in one day . Even without hurrying, you can see all of the most important attractions of the city.

  • Start by visiting the Jewish Quarter and its flowery streets
  • Then head to the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, a unique place in Andalusia
  • Lunch in a terrace at the Plaza de las Tendillas for example.
  • Then go to the Plaza de la Corredera. Along the way you can see the Roman Temple of Cordoba.
  • Walk along the Guadalquivir to get to the B ridge Gate and the Roman bridge of Cordoba
  • Cross the bridge, and arrive at the Calahorra Tower
  • Finally, end your day in town with a visit to the Alcázar of Cordoba and its magnificent gardens.

And if you don’t want to walk all day, you can opt for the Hop-on Hop-off tourist bus. It stops in from of every tourist attraction of the city!

You can click here to book it.

If you spend 2 days in Cordoba , you should do the program I recommended just above for the 1st day. However you can visit the Alcázar on the second day, in order to split the 2 longest visits.

  • Start the day at plaza de la Corredera for a coffee on the terrace.
  • Visit the Viana Palace and its 12 patios
  • Why not try the Salmorejo for lunch? (Followed by an ice cream of course!)
  • Visit one or more museums of Cordoba to choose from the list above. I personally recommend the museum of the inquisition
  • If you have a car, visit Madinat al-Zahra or  the monastery of San Jerónimo de Valparaíso
  • Option Be : Hostel located in the district of Judería. Bed in dormitory from 22€, breakfast included. The positive aspects of this brand new hostel: perfect staff welcome, comfortable bed, very clean, outdoor pool and great location.
  • Ayre Hotel Cordoba : Located within a 10 minute drive from the center of Cordoba, at the center of a beautiful and quiet garden. Room with classic decoration but very spacious from 61€, breakfast 10€. The best: quiet location, large outdoor pool and free parking. We love to be far from the crowds and the city.
  • Hotel Boutique Caireles : Located in front of the Mosque of Cordoba, right in the historic district. Modern and bright room from 67€ breakfast included. The best: the view of the Mezquita from the rooms, the kindness of the staff who also speaks French. My favorite for its great value for money!
  • Eurostars palace : Located on the paseo de la victoria, within a 5 minute walk from the entrance of Judería and Mezquita. Huge room and very good design from 110€ per night, breakfast at 14€. The best: good geographical location, swimming pool on the roof. The best choice in Cordoba for an affordable luxury stay!

To help you prepare for your visit to the city, here is the Córdoba tourist map, in very high resolution. I advise you to download it on your Smartphone, so you will have it during your trip!

Cordoba Tourist Map

This other map of Cordoba, extremely complete and accompanied by the list of activities will also be very useful during your stay in Cordoba

Cordoba Map

I loved the city of Cordoba , it’s easy to go over by foot and in one day in Cordoba, without much hurry, you can see all the must-see attractions of the city. As most alleyways and the historic centre are pedestrian only area, it’s very pleasant to walk around in complete safety, without noise.

The Mosque Cathedral of Cordoba  particularly impressed me, even if I had seen several pictures before entering it in real. I really had the impression to discover it for the first time, it’s hard to realize how amazing it is before going there!

The Alcázar of Cordoba gardens are also particularly beautiful and well put together. Everything is very geometric and graphic, I liked that, in addition to being able to enjoy a little shade and quietness!

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Córdoba

Córdoba , capital of Muslim Spain, is the main city in a territory located in the centre of Andalusia. The Guadalquivir river, at its wider middle course, crosses this province from east to west and provides irrigation for a wide plain where cereals, grapevines and olive trees grow.

Towards the north, the landscape becomes progressively wilder until it reaches the summits of the Sierra Morena , with dense forests and abundant wild game for hunting.

In the south, the land rises gradually until it reaches the mountains of the Subbética range. These lands with their limestone soils feature spreading olive groves and white villages and noble towns with well-conserved Baroque architecture.

This mountainous landscape is home to a varied fauna. The province of Córdoba, which still bears traces of its Iberian, Roman and Muslim past, is rich in traditions ; it has an outstanding architectural heritage, and its gastronomy has undergone a considerable resurgence with the revival of a range of dishes from the traditional cooking of the region.

The province of Cordoba is located in the north centre of the Autonomous Region of Andalusia . It borders the provinces of Malaga , Seville , Badajoz , Ciudad Real , Jaén , and Granada .

The capital city is Cordoba .

Since Palaeolithic times, the province of Cordoba has been marked by the hand of man. The Tartessians and Oretani people fought over these lands and the exploitation of its iron, lead and copper mines.

The Romans conquered it, and were fascinated by its beautiful landscapes and the fertile valley. Numerous constructions throughout the province stand as witness to their presence. After the Muslim expansion across the Iberian peninsula, the territory of the Al-Andalus empire in Cordoba became a major hub for the export of cultural and economic ideas in medieval Europe .

With the independent Emirate established by Abderramán I and the Omeya caliphate of Abderramán III, Cordoba reached the pinnacle of its historical prominence. The teachings of great men –Seneca, Maimonides, Averroes...– spread the splendour and influence of Cordoba all over the world.

After the Christian conquest, the repopulations of the valley of the Guadalquivir by Charles III of Spain and the social unrest in the 19th century, the province changed course towards a new historical destination. Today this privileged enclave in Andalusia is home to a priceless architectural heritage , which will captivate the most demanding traveller.

The land in the province of Cordoba spreads between olive groves and grapevines and is bathed by the tributaries of the Guadalquivir river which runs through it from one side to the other and separates it in two: the mountain area of Sierra Morena and the flat countryside of the Guadalquivir. To the south there is another area which is not as extensive, but higher: the Subbética mountain ranges.

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