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EXPLORE CORDOBA

Thanks to its strategic importance, being the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, Cordoba became a port city of great importance. In addition to the unique Mosque-Cathedral, the city’s treasures include the Alcazar, the Roman Bridge and the ancient Jewish Synagogue, now a museum.

Explore Cordoba

NOT TO BE MISSED

MOSQUE-CATHEDRAL

Emblem of the changes that have marked the religious past of this city, When you explore Cordoba the Mosque-Cathedral is a must-see. Inside, you can admire a multitude of impressive arches supported by 856 columns of precious stone and marble.

ROMAN BRIDGE

Built by the Romans in the first century BC, this great bridge joined the two banks of the Guadalquivir for more than twenty centuries. In 2014, the Roman Bridge was chosen as the setting for some "Game of Thrones" scenes.

ALCAZAR OF THE CHRISTIAN KINGS

The ancient fortress was the royal court for 160 years after its construction by Alfonso XI in 1328. In this very place, Christopher Columbus met with Isabella, the Catholic, to organize the expedition that led to the discovery of America.

PUEBLO VIEJO

Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the historic center of Cordoba is one of the largest in Europe: inside is the Roman Bridge, the Alcazar with its magnificent mosaics, the Caliphal baths and the Great Mosque.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

WHEN TO VISIT

From April to October, the weather is really pleasant, mild and not very rainy.

HOW TO GET THERE

Train: Accessible by train from the main cities of Spain.

Airplane: Cordoba International Airport is located a few kilometers from downtown.

Bus: It is the cheapest way to get to Cordoba from the main cities of Spain.

Car: The highway network connects Cordoba with the main cities in Spain.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Currency:Euro

Language: Spanish

Electric current:220 V and 50 Hz, bipolar type sockets.