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All reviews narrow streets jewish quarter interesting area souvenir shops small synagogue tapas every corner wander around nice walk old town take your time walking tour mosque cathedral maze jews history stroll
We stayed at a lovely apartment in this area and it was a joy to get up every morning to stroll the streets. There are many little restaurants and shops as well as the Mesquite and other museums. Definitely the best place to stay in...More
We wandered around during siesta time so the narrow streets were very quiet. The architecture is interesting and you get a sense of how life might have been lived in the past. Would like to have gone back during evening when things were open and...More
The small synagogue is a little jewel box with fine carving. Just 3 doors away is a recreation of a Jewish house, not mentioned in the Rough Guide. The floors are covered with carpets and the walls with hangings or texts of prayers or religious...More
The Jewish quarter of Cordoba is right next to the cathedral/mosque but is almost in a different world! Much quieter and with artisan’s shops dotted like gems away from the tat of the more touristy areas.
Filled with beautiful architecture, amazing history and an atmosphere that is right out of the 800s-900s. Take your time wandering the maze of streets and while you might think you are lost, you are truly not far away from your recognized landmarks.
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