Luna de Cristal

Plaza de las Canas, 1, Cordoba, 14002, Spain

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Luna de Cristal
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    Luna de Cristal is a 2 star hotel located on Plaza de las Canas in the old town area. Attractions in the vicinity include Museum of Fine Arts, Museo de Julio Romero de Torres, and Posada del Potro. Luna de Cristal received a 84% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included being a unique-looking boutique in a good location and having charm. Reviewers also mentioned the hotel is small but comfortable, has a great location and fancy bathrooms. Some guests recommended staying here only if you “intend to party until 3:00 a.m.”. There were few negative comments such as being noisy. Amenities include air conditioning, multilingual staff, cable television, and wireless high-speed internet access.

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Hotel in Juderia

by maestrousmc

I recently came across an inn/hotel in the Juderia and can't seem to find it anymore. It had somewhat of a unique boutique-like look to it. Any help would be great as I promised a friend that I'd gladly make reservations. Thank you!

Re: Hotel in Juderia

by worldinabag


Maybe Hotel Conquista -

Re: Hotel in Juderia

by Jawnuta

The one I have in my tips is right next to Juderia, and it is boutique, inexpensive and nevly renovated charming building.
You can beat the prices. Bathrooms are fancy,AC is strong and there is free parking on the weekends right outside.
If you can't find yours, see if you like mine.

Travel Tips for Córdoba


by LoriPori

After crossing the Roman Bridge, you come upon the 16th century PUERTA DEL PUENTE or BRIDGE GATE. Built in 1571 and designed by Hernan Ruiz III, the Puerta Del Puente with its impressive twin columns located on each side, is a Doric Triumphal Arch. Once you have passed under it, you are treated to your first views of the Mezquita Catedral.

Alcazar de los Reyes...

by Christianne

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos.
The Palace of the Christian Kings was built in 1328 by Alfonso XI.
Four towers on the corners of the Alcazar existed but today remain only three.
The Torre de los Leones situated in the entrance of the Palace,the Torre de Homenaje with an octagonal shape, and the round Torre del Rio. The Torre de la Vela was destroyed in the 19th century.

definitly suncream

by pepples46

light backpack for strolling around Town good shoes, you are a lot on ya feet suncream, buy in Spain anyway...lots of it otherwise, there is nothing I can think of..leave some room in ya Luggage for all the fine things ya will see and maybe this fabulous pottery!!

where to park the Car?

by pepples46

Cordoba hasn't got an airport, still no problem to arrive by train or bus from Madrid or Sevilla.
Torre de Calahora..
the Tower has been build by Henry II around 1365 over an arab. fortress on the site of the roman bridge.
we arrived by Car and found our way through Cordoba quite easily around...parked at Torre de Calahora, which used to be a secure parking area.
parking by the River was also good, but make sure you don't leave anything in the car, lock and secure..for getting around, have a look at the map.

A taste of Argentina

by barryg23 about La Tranquera

Busy Corregidor Luis de Cerda runs alongside the Mezquita and through much of the old town. Given its location, its no surprise that it's full of restaurants, most of which are overpriced and touristy. However, one - La Tranquera - did catch our one , so we popped in for a quick drink one evening during our stay.

La Tranquera is more of a tapas bar than a restaurant and serves Argentinian food such as empanadas, milanesas and various cuts of steak, along with local specialities like salmorejo and flamenquin. The bar is little more than a small room with about 10 tables, with the kitchen/bar area at one end. On the wall are posters and pictures from Argentina (tango, football, Buenos Aires, etc).

We had already had dinner by the time we visited so we didn't order food - though it looked very good, but instead had a glass of red wine each - from Argentina of course. Portions were large and the prices were low. La Tranquera is a nice alternative to the expensive, touristy places found around the Mezquita.


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