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To Cordoba belong all the beauty and ornaments that delight the eye or dazzle the sight.

- Stanley Lane-Poole
Built on the shores of the Guadalquivir River, Cordoba was founded by the Romans in the 2nd century BC. Since then, the city has seen many a conqueror, from Visigoths to Moors to Christians. This eventful past forged Cordoba into a unique melting pot, traces of which are still evident in the city's diverse architecture. Nowadays, Cordoba is one of the most picturesque destinations in Southern Spain with its whitewashed alleys, flower-pot adorned courtyards, and the emblematic Mezquita.
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Originally constructed as a Mosque in the 700s, the Mezquita is the ultimate symbol of Cordoba, an architectural masterpiece of Islamic and Christian elements co-existing in the same structure. Yet, the wonders of Cordoba don't end there. Another of Cordoba's symbols is the impressive Roman Bridge that dominates the landscape, while the Juderia - Cordoba's former Jewish Quarter - is a UNESCO-listed maze-like neighborhood you'll want to lose yourselves in. Its architectural wonders aside, Cordoba is a city to explore with all your senses, starting with the mouthwatering salmorejo, Cordoba's typical dish, a flavor that will forever bring back memories of this sunny Andalusian city once you've savored it at least once.

Where to stay in Cordoba

We've painstakingly researched and refined our selection of accommodation in Cordoba to be able to present you the very best places to stay in this magnificent small city. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Central 3-star Hotel in Cordoba
Central 3-star Hotel

Things to do in Cordoba

When in Cordoba, your first stop must be the former mosque converted into a cathedral, la Mezquita. The contrasting architectural styles of the two religions providing a backdrop for a journey back in time with an expert guide, whether you opt for a private, or small group, tour. Beyond that however we can arrange tours to discover the artisans still working to this day in traditional ways, or to go behind closed doors and explore the courtyards of Cordoba, hidden spaces that tell tales of times gone by.
Mosque-Cathedral and Jewish Quarter Private Tour
Mosque-Cathedral and Jewish Quarter Private Tour
Artisans in Cordoba Private Tour
Artisans in Cordoba Private Tour
Cordoba Courtyards Private Tour
Cordoba Courtyards Private Tour
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