Las Casas De La Juderia

Calle de Tomas Conde 10, Córdoba, 14004, Spain

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Las Casas De La Juderia
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    Las Casas De La Juderia is a 5 star hotel located on Calle de Tomas Conde, a short distance from the city center. Attractions in the vicinity include Sinagoga, Calleja de las Flores, and El Cardenal. Las Casas De La Juderia received a 92% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included great linens, well stocked bathrooms, helpful and courteous staff, and good location. Reviewers also mentioned the area is full of history. Guests recommend getting a room away from the street in an effort to escape noisy traffic in the middle of the night. There were few negative comments such as inconsistent restaurant service. Amenities include swimming pool, internet access, and room service.

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Forum Posts

Medina Azahara?

by Montresta

I've just read about it. Very interesting.
Is it open to visit's or they're still working on it?

Re: Medina Azahara?

by bhinton

Yes, the Medina Azahara is open. We are going to visit it in May. You can get information on line at the Cordoba Turismo. There is also a bus that leaves from Cordoba and takes you to the Medina and back for 5 Euros. You can make reservations for the bus by using the link on the Turismo site.

Travel Tips for Córdoba

Zoco Municipal (City Crafts Market)

by Martin_S.

On the same street as the Synagogue and across from it is the Zoco Municipal, a project supported by the city where they have gathered together craftsmen who both work and sell at this spot. There is also a general store where they sell many products, not just from one craftsman. A great place to pick up souveniers or presents at fairly reasonable prices.


by LoriPori

Inside the magnificent Mezquita, Cathedral section, you will find many different Chapels, each unique in their own right and many statues.
The Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) stands out for its Mudejar plasterworks and holds the remains of King Ferdinand and Alfonso XI.
One of the more impressive chapels is the "Capilla de San Anton" pictured here. You can't help notice the rich gold tones of the chapel.
Also throughout the Mezquita, Cathedral section, are dozens of statues dedicated to various saints

Medina al Azharaha

by roamer61

located a short distance from the city center is the archeaological site of medina ala azharaha. It is one of the more important such sites in the region. It was built as a palace-city in the 10th century by the last of the caliphs of the Cordoba Caliphate. It was sumptupus and was a clear indication of the power of the caliph. However, only 7 decades later, it was razed and burnt during a series of civil wars and by the invading Berbers of North Africa. Today, the ruins can be seen, still quite impressive. A glimpse into another time and another era.

The desserts- oh my!

by mdicusmd about El Caballo Rojo

Excellent food! Traditional Andalucian fare with a Moorish twist. The range of dishes are remarkable - from game dishes such as venison and boar to seafood. Just pick anything- you cannot go wrong! I had the venison in a sweet wine sauce- it was cooked to perfection. We did share some of the food- duck a l'orange, duck in Madeira, etc. It was ALL excellent.

Cafe Gaudi

by barryg23

Cafe Gaudi was the first restaurant we visited in Cordoba. On our first evening we had booked an evening walking tour of the city with the tourist office for 8.30pm, so we had to find somewhere open early serving quick meals. Cafe Gaudi was exactly that.

Many Cordoba restaurants don't open before 8pm, and indeed the first few we tried were closed. But Gaudi is more of a diner/bar than a restaurant and is open all day long. We both ordered the set menu del dia for 10 Euro. This gave us a 3 course meal including bread and a drink, which was pretty good value, especially as in many places the menu del dia is only available at lunchtime.

For starters we both had salmorejo, which is a Cordoban version of Gazpacho, the famous Andalcian soup, served cold. The Cordodan version is thicker than regular Gazpacho, but equally as tasty. For main course we had another Cordoban speciality called Flamenquin, which is a deep fried roll of ham, cheese & pork.

The food was nice and good value, though we did visit better restaurants during our stay in the city.


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 Las Casas De La Juderia

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Address: Calle de Tomas Conde 10, Córdoba, 14004, Spain