Hostal Posada los Alcazares

Corregidor Luis de la Cerda, 68, Cordoba, 14003, Spain

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    Hostal Posada los Alcazares is a 1 star hostel located on Corregidor Luis de la Cerda in the middle of the old part of town. Attractions in the vicinity include Hammam de Al Andalus Banos Arabes, Great Cathedral and Mosque, and El Cardenal. Hostal Posada los Alcazares received a 99% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included being pretty, friendly, comfortable, and affordable, as well as having an ideal location. Reviewers also mentioned the hostel is Simple, but can be noisy. Guests mentioned that there is a “useful” refrigerator in the reception that sells cold pop, beer, and water. There were few negative comments such as the rooms were small. Amenities include Wireless Internet access, air conditioning, and flat-panel television.

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A,dalusia belgian

by karelberge

Can you send me timetable and prices for the trip from
Madrid to Cordoba,
and also for
Madrid Sevilla,

Good afternoon,

Karel Berge

Re: A,dalusia belgian

by K_V_B

The website of the Spanish Railways has all the info you need.
www.renfe.se. If you get to that site you will see a small drop-down selection box in the bottom left, called "seleccion su idioma". There you can select English and wich might enable you to understand the site better.

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Cordoba - History (cont)

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Cordoba received actual independence from Baghdad caliphs in the X-th century at Abd-ar-Rachman III. It turned into the biggest and rich city of Western Europe. The population of the city reached 500 thousand. Arts, sciences, crafts prospered there.

admire the Moorish...

by Krystynn

admire the Moorish architecture/ works at the Mezquita. Here's a pic of the Mihrab. In case you're wondering why there are so many Moorish monuments and buildings here... well, the Moors conquered Spain in the year 711 A.D. and made Cordoba their capital!

The streets of cordoba

by ilyathemuromets

Walking around Cordoba is quite a nice experience. THe streets are very narrow and made of stones - transports you back in time. However, watch out for the cars that drive like crazy. Walking around at night the street were very quiet and poetic. In the day light, you are bound to stumble upon some very interesting things. So take some time too cool from from other all famous destinations.

Wonder Andalusian Atmosphere

by Clairea about Casa Pepe

We stopped at this local tapas bar on our way to Madrid & it was wonderful. Here's a description from my trip journal:
"When we stopped for coffee and a rest, we got a glimpse of the local color at the Restaurante Casa Pepe. Inside, bull heads were displayed in every corner, making one feel like their every move was being watched. The ceiling was carpeted with racks of antlers and behind the counter, their shelves were filled with hams, cheeses, and pastries." MANCHEGO CHEESE!!!!

Another great find

by karenincalifornia about Almudaina

We had another memorable meal in Cordoba and that was at Almudaina Restaurant. The decor of Almudaina was very nice. It was located in an old residential house in the Juderia. The walls were brick and adorned with Cordoban dishes. The main room opened up to a high ceiling with a beautiful light fixture. Tables lined the walls on two levels. The restaurant specialized in local Cordoban cooking. Everything was very good and beautifully presented. My family ordered fried calamari, solomillo (filet mignon), fish and shrimp, fish and vegetables. We could not stay for dessert because we were running out of time and needed to catch the last train back to Malaga, but they looked very good.

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