Things to do in Cordoba, Spain

Located in Spain’s sunny Andalusia region, the medieval city of Cordoba is one of the three most visited cities in the region alongside Seville and Granada.

A melting pot of history and culture, history fans, architecture fans, and those who go giddy over gardens will all find something to fall in love with here.

So read on and discover what to see, where to stay, and how to get to the Spanish city of Cordoba, we’re sure you’ll be itching to buy your tickets by the end!

Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba  – Mezquita

Dating back to the 10th century the Mezquita is one of the oldest buildings still to exist from the time the Muslims ruled Iberia.


Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

This palace-fortress, the headquarters of the troops for the Catholic Monarchs, was the main residences of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon.


Torre De Calahorra

The fortified gate known as Calahorra Tower is the oldest defense building in Cordoba, having been built by the Moors in the 12th or 13th century.


Roman Bridge of Córdoba

The bridge featured in series 5 of Game of Thrones, becoming the Long Bridge of Volantis with some technological help to extend it!


Palacio de Viana

This beautiful Renaissance palace covers 6,500 square meters with 12 tranquil courtyards (patios) and art and antique collections spanning 500 years. 


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