Strolling Though Cordoba

Visiting Cordoba and knowing every corner of the streets, walking and discovering museums, monuments and other landmarks of the city is a great experience within reach.

In Cordoba you will find places like the Arabic Bath, beautiful streets and squares ... come to discover them:

Among the monuments that you can visit there are the famous Mosque, the Roman Bridge, Mausoleums and what was once a large Roman temple, the old Royal Mews, Medina Azahara...

If you like museums, in Cordoba you will find an archaeological museum, a bullfighting museum, a large botanical garden, a museum of the inquisition...

Streets and Squares of Cordoba

Historical streets which run like arteries through the city of Cordoba:

Calle de las Flores
This street is located near the mosque and is one of the most traditional streets of Cordoba with latticed balconies with flowers that delight the eye. It's a typical Arabic layout which goes up a hill and into a small square.

Calleja del Pañuelo
This street is also situated near the Mosque and ends in a small square with a fountain which relaxes the senses with its sound and the sweet scent of orange blossom that surrounds this place in spring.

Calle Claudio Marcelo
One of the main streets of the city dating from the early twentieth century and which currently has a large number of shops and offices.

Calle Cruz de Conde
Here you will find the main shops in the city.

Calle Gondomar
Another of the traditional business and shopping streets of Cordoba.

Calle de la Feria
Old street where was held the fair in Cordoba.

Paseo del Gran Capitan
Among the buildings situated in this Avenue you find the Grand Theatre, which celebrates performances throughout the year.

Cuesta del Bailio
One of the ancient sites that communicated with the Medina through the wall and from which you access Plaza de Capuchinos.

Calleja de la Hoguera
Also known as Andalusian University Street, there is situated the Islamic University "Averroes" which studies Andalusian culture and Arabic philology.

Calle Cabezas
Legend tells that the heads of the seven infants of Lara, killed in Soria, were exposed in the arches of this alley where you can find buildings of the thirteenth to the sixteenth century.

Plaza de Capuchinos
With an aesthetic that seems to have been frozen in time, at this place is situated the Convent Santo Angel.

Plaza de la Corredera
Former site of the Roman circus that has come to be used as a bullring and place of performance is today a place where we can enjoy coffees or drinks.

Plaza del Potro
This old square was once the place of sale of livestock and handicrafts. In this square you'll find the Museum of Fine Arts.

Plaza de las Tendillas
One of the main meeting points in Cordoba being the most central square of the city.

Plaza de Maimonides
Outstanding with traditional architecture of Cordoba, is this square situated very close to the square Cardinal Salazar.

Plaza de Tiberiades
Next to Calle Judios is situated this square which has a monument in honour of Maimonides, one of the great thinkers and physicians of Jewish Cordoba.

Plaza del Cardenal Salazar
Outstanding are the patios, the XIII century Mudejar chapel and monument to the famous occultist Al-Gafeqi from the 12th century.

Plaza de los Aguayo
Ancient XVI century square where is situated a religious school.

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