One of the most important cities of the Roman empire in Spain, Cordoba is the city of sculptures and taxidermy, very famous for having the named Casco Viejo de Cordoba urban area declared by Unesco in 1994 as the biggest patrimony of mankind, it was also a major Islamic center in the Middle Ages It’s best known for La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating from 784 A.D. where there is a massive praying hall with byzantine mosaic art. More recently with the major influence of the catholic culture, cordoba also became famous for the San Rafael Images around the city.
Until nowadays there is a legend telling that there is a secret passage connecting the Azahara Medina with The Musk, but in our case, we are not going to take the fastest highway but the sweetest roads, visiting the coolest towns between the destinations and having a great time with our local drivers and guides. Because happiness is all along the way. Don’t forget to check about the famous guitar music festivals that put together flamenco, rock, jazz, blues, classic and many other kinds of music.
Ready, set, Cordoba!