Cordoba, city of orange and black eyes, hugging silhouette Guadalquivir. The wisdom of every corner of this land has been passed by the disparate people who, since ancient times, lived in the city. From prehistoric, Roman and Moorish past, Cordoba has enjoyed a confluence of cultures and races has made a gem in itself, possessing a monumental legacy and scholar difficult to overcome. So much so that in 1994 UNESCO declared part of the historic Cordoba, a World Heritage area.

Puerta de Almodóvar - Monumento a Séneca - Calle Judíos - Casa Andalusí - Sinagoga - Zoco Municipal - Plaza de Tiberíades - Monumento a Maimónides - Plaza de Maimónides - Museo Taurino - Plaza del Cardenal Salazar - Monumento a Al-Gafiqi - Hospital del Cardenal Salazar - Capilla de San Bartolomé - Calle Romero - Calle Deanes - Calle del Buen Pastor - Plaza de Ángel Torres - Casa del Indiano - Calle Leiva Aguilar - Convento de Jesús Crucificado - Calle Barroso - Plaza de San Juan - Alminar de San Juan (Igles
Puente Romano - Sotos de la Albolafia - Molino de la Albolafia - Calle Amador de los Ríos - Baños Califales - Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos - Caballerizas Reales - Torre de Belén - Calle San Basilio - Iglesia de San Basilio - Calle San Basilio, 50 (Casa-Patio) - Puerta de Sevilla - Monumento a Ibn Hazam - Murallas de la Avenida del Corregidor
Puente Romano - Triunfo de San Rafael en el Puente Romano - Sotos de la Albolafia - Molinos de Don Tello, Enmedio y San Antonio - Torre de la Calahorra - Museo Roger Garaudy - Parque de Miraflores - Puente de Miraflores - Ronda de Isasa - Calle Pozo de Cueto - Calle Cara - Plaza de la Alhóndiga
Plaza de la Agrupación de Cofradías - Palacio de los Fernández de Mesa - Calle Velázquez Bosco - Calle Encarnación - Iglesia Conventual de la Encarnación - Calle Rey Heredia - Calle Cabezas - Palacio de los Marqueses del Carpio - Arco del Portillo - Plaza de Séneca - Calle Ambrosio de Morales - Convento del Corpus Christi - Calle del Reloj - Plaza de la Compañía - Triunfo de San Rafael - Iglesia de la Compañía - Iglesia de Santa Victoria - Calle Marqués del Villar - Plaza de Jerónimo Páez - Palacio de los P



The artistic and cultural wealth of the city of Cordoba is incomparable. Center of the world during the Middle Ages


  • The Mosque of Cordoba is the most important monument in western Islam and one of the most amazing in the world. In its history summarizes the complete evolution of Umayyad in Spain as well as the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque construction cristiana.Para visits: Consult Hours of museums and monuments
  •  The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a fortress and palace of solid walls, encloses much of the architectural evolution of Córdoba. Roman and Visigoth coexist with those of Arab origin in this majestic site, since it was a favorite haunt of the various rulers of the city. When Córdoba was conquered in 1236 by Ferdinand III, the building, which was part of the old Palace Caliphate, was totally devastated. Alfonso X the Wise begins its restoration, completed during the reign of Alfonso XI. Throughout history it has multiple uses, such as Head of the Holy Office (Inquisition) or prison (in the first half of the nineteenth century).
        For visits: Consult Schedule of museums and monuments
  •  The world-famous navigator, Christopher Columbus, born in 1451, spent part of his life in Cordoba, under the protection of the Catholic Monarchs. In the eighties of the fifteenth century, Christopher Columbus was received by the same monarch in the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos in Cordoba, where the Court had established during the last years before the conquest of Granada. Columbus presented his project to the kings, showing the king cold and evasive, more concerned with the war against the Nasrid than other events.
  •     The yards are the yards What?, due to the dry and hot weather Cordoba, the inhabitants of the city, first the Romans and later the Muslims, adapted the popular house type of needs, housing centering around a courtyard, which usually had a source in the center and often a well that collected rainwater. Muslims readapted this scheme ushering housing from the street through a hallway and placing abundant vegetation to increase the feeling of freshness.

Directions from 'Los Castillarejos' to Cordoba

La Mezquita de Córdoba
Medina Azahara