CORDOBA ​is the city where cultures and religions mix. Islamic, Jewish and Christian religions have inhabited together making Córdoba one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. It was the capital of Al-Andalus (how Arabs called this Autonomous Community) and still has all the charm they left; its architecture, its art and its culture. The most important monument of the city is The Mosque (La Mezquita), a dream for the eyes! 

Iconic dish

Salmorejo (tomato soup with egg, bread and ham) and Flamenquines (Breaded Spanish ham roll).

In the city

Wander the beautiful Jewish borough and its narrow streets, the core of this neighbourhood is Calleja de las Flores, where flowers hand on the walls along the whole street. The Royal Mews would be a good option.

Kids

A great option is enjoy the wild animals at the Zoo.

 

Charge your batteries

The best places to fill your belly is the Jewish borough (La Judería) and Plaza Corredera. In addition, restaurants such as Taberna Rafaé, El Abanico or Bodegas Mezquita will blow your mind with its delicious food.

Outside the city

We don't know a better way to discover the region than hiking with www.senderoscordoba.es. Let the locals guide you to the unknown places through amazing trails. In case of a various days trails, accommodation and meals are provided. In case you have any doubt contact them in English or Spanish.

May events

During the entire month you could enjoy a visit to the Posada del Potro, a space for the interpretation, production, research and dissemination of flamenco.

April events

From the 14th until the 21st you will be able to enjoy the stunning Holy week in Cordoba where the entire city celebrates the Christ's passion with different parades, sororities and religious art.  A wonderful traditional moment to live in you are in Spain at the time. 

Additional information

The best way to reach Córdoba is from Sevilla Airport or Malaga Airport located about 1-2 hours by car. We recommend to spend 2-3 days enjoying the beauty of the city.