Córdoba


CÓRDOBA

Located within the Andalusian autonomous region, Córdoba is a summary of past and modernity, and has been declared World Heritage Site.

Few places around the world can be proud of having been Hispania Ulterior capital under the Roman Empire rule as well as the Umayyad Caliphate’s capital, lamp that lit the world with leading figures such as Seneca, Averroes or Maimonides, becoming a lighthouse for the civilised world.

Crossed by the River Guadalquivir, its province has an incomparable natural and patrimonial wealth. Córdoba is a land of olive trees and grapevines, of majestic towns with traditional style gastronomy, internationally recognized, which makes the travellers’ stay an unforgettable experience.

Plaza del Potro. Córdoba. © Shutterstock

Plaza del Potro. Córdoba. © Shutterstock

View of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato

View of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato

Architectural detail of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato

Architectural detail of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato

Flowers Street, from there you can see the Tower of the Mosque-Cathedral.Córdoba. © Shutterstock

Flowers Street, from there you can see the Tower of the Mosque-Cathedral.Córdoba. © Shutterstock

Mihrab of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Manuel Lama Baena

Mihrab of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Manuel Lama Baena

Architectural detail of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato

Architectural detail of the Mosque of Córdoba. © Xurxo Lobato