This is the capital of Cordoba Province and one of Spain’s most momentous. All inclusive Cordoba holidays are in a district famous for its prosperity of centuries-old architectural memorials and battlements. The core of Cordoba is just 1 mile long and covers an old section overshadowed by an 18th century shared mosque and cathedral.
Cool patios, cobblestoned paths and alleys exemplify Cordoba and the nearby Jewish Neighbourhood, more frequently than not bedecked with happy geraniums. Outside the old city walls (segments of which still linger) lies up-to-date Cordoba, an gathering of commonplace mid-rise housing and commercial buildings focused around the railway station.
Holidays in Cordoba are common with established middle market holidaymakers pulled in by the resort’s past, architecture and archaeological remnants. The student inhabitants enlarge tourist numbers around the summer holidays. A lot of Spanish holidaymakers as well as Northern Europeans as more and more tour companies offer interesting All Inclusive Packages to Cordoba.
Hotels are popular and are for the most middle market possibilities. There are no hotels above 4-stars and little to none self-catering options. With the student population comes a large choice of hostels, but if you don’t fancy a budget busting stay then look out for our budget range of holidays in B&Bs or moderate hotels in the old town. If you are looking somewhere less casual in Cordoba try the large hotels outside the city walls.
Little knickknack shops around the cobblestoned lanes will offer the best holiday mementoes of the old your time in Cordoba. New shops and larger stores revolve around on Avenida Ronda de los Tejares. Bazaars operate in Plaza Corredera every day with the exception of Sunday or in Gran Via Parque every Tuesday and Friday.
Leather and ornaments are common purchases with local silver latticework, watercolours and wooden statues, with products often offered right from the studios.
Cordoba holidays are well known for their walking tours around Jewish Quarter, cathedral and Fortress with museums proving a popular choice. The Bullfighting and Archaeological Museum being the most popular. Horse-drawn carriage rides are common place all around Cordoba or you may like to visit the zoo.
The holiday nightlife in Cordoba consists of energetic pubs and clubs around the Jewish section. You can also locate a few nightclubs close to the bullring. Why not bring your all inclusive holiday in Cordoba to a spectacular finale with a concert or opera.
Holidays in Cordoba have an extensive choice of cafes and tapas bars that offer old time Spanish cuisine that include the must try Cordovan pie. This is a delicious pie with crystallized pumpkin and almonds… delicious. Go to the outer section for a choice of fast food outlets.
Take the headache out of deciding where to eat and try one of fantastic all inclusive options that include everything in the price.
Take one of the included options of a full day tour around the nearby scenery that take in the famous Sierra Morena, or the nearby towns in the region. We also have another all inclusive option that takes in Madrid.
Map of Cordoba, Andalucia
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