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Cordoba was originally a Roman settlement but was successively taken over by, first the Visigoths and then the Muslim conquests of the 8th century. Later, it became the capital of the Caliphate of Cordoba as the exile capital of the Umayyad Caliphate.
For years during its Muslim period, Cordoba was a booming intellectual city with strong foundations in learning and education. Then, through the Christian Reconquista, Cordoba was taken by the Kingdom of Castile in 1236.
Due to this tumultuous history, Cordoba has features of both its Christian and Muslim past, especially prevalent in its architecture, some of which still stand today. Although tourists sometimes pass on visiting Cordoba in preference for other Spanish cities, you won’t be disappointed if you spend a few days in the area.
One of the most iconic Moorish pieces of architecture in Cordoba that’s a must-see is the Mosque-Cathedral which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1924. Other amazing structures are the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Roman Bridge, and everything within the Cordoba Old Town.
History-lovers will be in heaven in Cordoba and if you want to learn more, the Archaeological Museum is a wonderful tribute to the area. But, all you have to do is wander through the city and you’ll stumble upon something magically intriguing.
Fun Fact: Cordoba is actually spelled Cordova in English. Have you heard both pronunciations?
With such a rich and complex history, Cordoba’s charm is simply within its walls. You don’t have to look far to find something interesting. Between the combination of its Muslim and Christian past to the colorful traditions that have emerged throughout time, there’s so much to see and explore in Cordoba.
If you’re in Cordoba in May, be sure to explore the Feria de los Patios where locals decorate their patios and courtyards to become a flower-filled wonderland.
Nothing captures Cordoba’s dual identity quite like the Mosque-Cathedral, a unique must-see.
Experience the expansive patios of the 15th-century Palacio de Viana.
Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, or the Castle of the Christian Kings. It’s another interesting landmark tying together Cordoba’s Christian and Muslim history.
Old Town Cordoba and the Jewish Quarter are both glorious areas to have a stroll.
The Roman Bridge is another icon that takes you back to the city’s Roman roots and do make sure to check out Calahorra Tower which guards the southern gates.
Cross the Guadalquivir River on your way to Seville with amazing views of the Mosque-Cathedral, the Roman Bridge, and more.
If you want something a little more structured, check out the Archaeological Museum or spend the day at the Aquasierra (waterpark) with kids.
Major airports in Madrid, Malaga, and Jerez are two hours away.
Hourly AVE high-speed train service along the national train network.
Accessible by car via major national highway.
Parking is a hassle in Cordoba.
Public transportation Aucorsa offers over a dozen bus lines covering the city.
Whether you have a few hours to kill before your hotel lets you check-in, or you’ve already checked out of your Airbnb but won’t be catching a train until this evening, you’ll need somewhere to safely store your luggage in Cordoba.
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Once you store your luggage with Bounce in Cordoba, hurry on your way. There’s so much to see and do in the city!
Mosque-Cathedral: Probably the most unique attraction that you can’t see anywhere else in the world is Cordoba’s Mosque-Cathedral. As its name suggests, it’s a dual place of worship for both Christians and Muslims and truly captures Cordoba’s interesting historical identity.
This Visigoth Christian Church was split in half in 711 when Cordoba was captured by the Moors. But in 784, Emir Abd al-Rahman had the church destroyed, choosing to start building a mosque instead, eventually completed after two centuries in 987.
This mosque was again converted in 1236 back into a church after the city was reclaimed by Christians and this final version is how it remains today. However, it’s rightly known as the Mosque-Cathedral because it is, indeed, both.
Not to mention, it’s a gorgeous feat of architecture with over 850 double-arched columns with roots in both Muslim and Christian spiritual traditions.
Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos: Another landmark to highlight the Christian/Muslim history of Cordoba is the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos which was a castle commission by the Catholic King Alfonso XI of Castile in 1328. It would later become a Muslim library at the height of the Moors’ intellectual prime.
Feria de los Patios: If you’ve planned a visit in May, be sure to explore the Feria de los Patios as locals decorate their patios with the winner announced at the end of the month. You’ll experience gorgeous flowers everywhere and the sounds of traditional live flamenco guitar playing in the background as you meander.
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The price for luggage storage in Cordoba is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Cordoba which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near The Jesuit Complex, Church of Society of Jesus, National University of Cordóba and many other areas.
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The most popular restaurants to visit are Don't Worry Güemes, La Mamma, and The North Market. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Cordoba are On Apart, Apart Hotel Coralt, and Petit Continental Hotel.
Cordoba offers several scenic parks including Sarmiento Park, Plaza San Martín, and Parque de Las Tejas.
If you're looking for a good museum in Cordoba, we recommend National University of Cordóba, The Jesuit Crypt, and Emilio Caraffa Provincial Fine Arts Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Cordoba's most popular historical attractions including Church of Society of Jesus, National University of Cordóba, or Colegio Nacional de Monserrat and monuments like Bicentennial Lighthouse, General José María Paz, or Monumento a Dante Aliguieri. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of La Cueva Del Oso, Antiguo cartel de Calle Santa Fe, or Puente Viejo.