One of Spain’s most historically significant cities in Spain, Cordoba. During medieval times, Cordoba was regarded as one of the greatest cities in the world.
The Mezquita is a magical sight to behold as it mixes together the original Islamic Mosque with the Christian cathedral that was built within. Although viewed as one of the greatest religious vandalisms in history, the Mezquita turned out to be attractive enough to get tourists excited to explore it today.
Not only does Cordoba have one of the most interesting and captivating structures in the religious world, but it also happens to be a former capital of the Roman province of Hispania Ulterior as well as the former capital of the Arab state of Al-Andalus and a caliphate. The wealth of intellects in the city had brought about legendary figures such as Seneca, Averroes and Maimonides.
There is an incredible and historic quarter of Cordoba which features an attractive network of small streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards that are placed all around the Mezquita. These quarters reflect the city’s prominence in the Islamic world during medieval times.
With all attractions accessible on foot, you can check out plenty of Cordoba’s attractions as well as the old Jewish quarter, Juderia. With our local expert guides, we can tell you all interesting facts about Cordoba in a fun and enjoyable tour.