One of my favourite cities in Spain
As my wife has several work meetings each year there over the years i have seen most of the city and walked around the cobbled streets seeking out old bars and restaurants. The patios are famous and open to the public for viewing, just take a look at the pics below..
Córdoba is a city in the southern, Cordoba in the Spanish region of Andalusia, and the capital of the province . It was an important Roman city and a major Islamic centre in the Middle Ages. It’s best known for La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating from 784 A.D., Right in the centre of the city featuring a columned hall and amazing mosaics.
There are some lovely little patios that are hidden in the back streets and many small bars to eat and drink .
if you go to the side door of the Mezquita at 9am you can get in for free as its only open for 1 hour at that time but after that you need to pay.
There are 3 great hotels right in the centre walking distance to everything and we have stayed in all 3 and they are great. i normally use booking.com to get best prices.. stay in the centre if possible as driving is very difficult . If this has been of interest please leave a quick comment below thanks..
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Use Booking com and the link below and we both get money back…
After your stay, you get € 15 on your credit card. And i get € 15 back too!
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