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All reviews jewish quarter narrow streets 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
Very nice place for roaming about in the history of Cordoba. Cobbled streets, plenty of shops, restaurants, not far from Mezquita Cordoba and other attractions and a very calm atmosphere. Really loved Cordoba as I've been there twice.
Lovely Jewish we stayed in, it was clean and tidy and relaxing, two bedrooms, nice traditional kitchen, park flooring and my god the beds was so comfortable and clean with crisp sheets n duvets. It's a must for anyone.
The Jewish Quarter was the heart of Cordoba's Jewish community before the expulsion of the Jews from Spain in 1492. As such it was home to some of the greatest thinkers and scientists of Spain at the time, including Moshe Ben Maimon, better known as...More
The old quarters of Cordoba are wonderful for just walking around - although hard on the feet (cobbles). Each corner reveals something new, especially if you can spy into some of the beautiful patios, and you can really imagine life here centuries ago. We even...More
It’s picturesque and easy to walk around. Remember that most places close around two to four, especially in the summer. Some streets haven’t changed since the medieval times. It makes you realize how much was lost during the bombing of WW2 in Europe and the...More
We stayed very close to the Jewish area in Cordoba and found it perfect. A wonderful area to walk around and full of tapas bars and interesting shops. Suggest you stay nearby to take advantage of the closeness of everything.