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.
NOT TO BE MISSED
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.
Electric current:220 V and 50 Hz, bipolar type sockets.