10 Things To Do in Cordoba
Updated: Jul 3, 2019
From being an important Roman city, to a major Islamic centre during the middle ages, this city is definitely a must if you're obsessed with history. There are quite a few cultures crossing over in Cordoba, which just adds to its charm and intrigue. It has one of the biggest historic quarters in the world and has been named a UNESCO world heritage site. The Mezquita (an absolute must see) is one of the world's largest mosques and temples as well. You'll probably get a little lost walking down all the narrow streets, but don't worry, they'll always bring you somewhere fantastic! Here's a list of my favourite things to do in Cordoba!
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1. Walk Across the Roman Bridge
3. Patio de los Naranjos
4. Climb the Bell Tower
5. Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos
6. Calleja de las Flores
7. Maddow Coffee Shop
8. Taberna el Capricho
9. Roman Temple Ruins
10. Stuff Your Face at Canadian Rio
Although Cordoba is much smaller than Seville or Granada, it's oozing with historic charm and walking through the streets really is like walking in history. Some of the buildings look like they're carved from sand, while others are a more traditional white Spanish style. For its historic appearance alone, I'd go back instantly.