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“narrow streets”(208 reviews)
“jewish quarter”(235 reviews)
Cordoba, Spain
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All reviews narrow streets jewish quarter interesting area souvenir shops tapas small synagogue every corner wander around nice walk old town take your time walking tour mosque cathedral maze jews history stroll
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We loved our walk and shopping in the Jewish Quarter in Cordoba. The alley ways were so eclectic and made for some colorful photos. Unfortunately, it rained for part of the day which put a damper on our experience, however we still have some great...More

Thank jazsacher
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

When in Cordoba, wandered through the narrow streets in the Jewish quarter, well worth a look and stroll.

Thank ryanc3
Reviewed 1 week ago

After our incredibly good guided tour of the Cordoba Mezquita our excellent guide, David, took us through the former Jewish Quarter of the city. We were glad that he was in the lead as we would clearly have got lost in this interesting area without...More

Thank Brucestewart
Reviewed 1 week ago

Worth a walk around to get a flavor for what life must have been like in the walled city. Unfortunately the old synagogue was closed for repairs and restoration

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Streets full of shops and restaurants... nice white buildings to take a walk!! We spent about 30m walking in the streets and visit some shops. Is in the way to the cathedral..

Thank NunoP1426
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very easy to get lost tho! Really tiny and cramped streets filled with tourist trap type shops. The streets wind in circles and you never really know where you’ll end up. The maps don’t help either. Many ppl walking around holding maps with confused looks...More

Thank Jkarr11
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing area you go back to the middle ages. It is all very well kept. The old narrow streets give you one surprise after the other. During the day it offers lots of shelter from the sun. Try to visit early in the morning to...More

Thank GfromUtrecht
Reviewed 1 week ago

Besides the Jewish Quarter in Seville, the Judería in Córdoba is the best preserved neighborhood in the area, although it has become rather touristic. Don't miss the statues of Moses Maimonides and of Seneca, the world famous local heroes.

Thank BoThi
Reviewed 1 week ago

Picturesque, but not much left of historical interest. Worth a short visit as one meanders through the streets

Thank John M
Reviewed 1 week ago

As they say in the Michelin guide, it's worth the detour. Visit the Jewish quarter but don't expect to see the synagogue unless they've finished refurbishing it.

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10 July 2018|
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Response from Eva_Bravo | Reviewed this property |
No guide required. Just stroll around. It is impossible to get lost.
Alex T
7 July 2018|
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Response from Mirela C | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Alex. I think a map or a guidebook is enough. It’s a nice area to walk around, it shouldn’t take you more than 2 hours. Hope this helps.
4 April 2018|
Response from Glyn E | Reviewed this property |
Try Google maps and TA for eateries Hayling Seagoon