10 exciting Córdoba attractions

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Córdoba attractions to enjoy during your stay

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Our top recommendations in Córdoba

Palacio de Viana

Palacio de Viana- Cordoba

Why do we recommend Palacio de Viana? A lovely palace with five centuries of history behind. Fourteen absolutely beautiful courtyards and gardens. The palace stands on the site of a former building that belonged to the caliphate. Today, its rooms house various collections: leather, silver works, porcelain, weapons, a library, and excellent paintings collection (with exciting pieces from Julio Romero). You can decide to visit the Patios or the palace and art collection (or both)

Medina Azahara

Medina Azahara- Cordoba

Why do we recommend Medina Azahara? Located eight kilometers South-west of Cordoba Medina Azahar is an outstanding example of the power, vision and ambition of its founder, Abd Rahman III. Less than one-tenth of the city has been excavated and not all of this is opened to the public. The numerous buildings were spread over a large area on three terraces on the slopes of the Sierra. These buildings were defended by a double wall

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos- Cordoba

Why do we recommend Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos? A fortified palace it was built in the 14th Century under Alfonso XI on the same site where an Arab Alcazar stood. One of the most outstanding elements of the Alcazar is its magnificent park, which has survived in Arab style. It is interesting to note that what is today a top tourist attraction in Cordoba used to be a prison in the XIX century. Many

Roman bridge and Calahorra tower

Roman bridge and Calahorra tower- Cordoba

Why do we recommend Roman bridge and Calahorra tower? The bridge is of Roman origin. It crosses the Guadalquivir though its 800 feet long, with 16 beautiful arches. The bridge was rebuilt in Arab times. The bridge was key in the commerce and importance of Cordoba. On the South end you will find the Torre de Calahorra. There is no entrance fee to the bridge. If you are arrive to the bridge from the Mosque

The mosque of Cordoba 9.5 rating

Great mosque of Cordoba – history, plan and visit – a complete guide

The Great Cordoba Mosque is a grandiose and fascinating part of the Muslim art, initiated by the Caliph Abderraman I, that resumes in its history the evolution of the Omeya style in Spain on top of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque style of the Christian construction, This is one of Spain´s landmarks, a must-visit, unique place in the world and for many people Spain´s most beautiful cathedral aswell. The Cordoba Mosque was named a UNESCO