Parador de Cordoba

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida de la Arruzafa S/N, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14012, Spain

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45
Average
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  • Families75
  • Couples78
  • Solo50
  • Business71
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    Parador de Cordoba is a 4 star hotel located on Avenida de la Arruzafa S/N in a quiet part of town with easy drivable access to the city center. Attractions in the vicinity include Palacio Museo de Viana, Archaeological Museum of Cordoba, and Museum of Fine Arts, Cordoba. Parador de Cordoba received an 84% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included being easy to find, featuring a nice pool area, and large rooms. Reviewers also mentioned the hotel is nice but far from the city, a great value, and employs a quiet and helpful staff. Guests mentioned that you can catch a local bus service to get into the city center. There were few negative comments such as noisy roads and hot rooms. Amenities include a business center, room service, restaurant, and swimming pool.

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Forum Posts

el rey de bocadillo

by johnnienewt

i was thinking of visiting cordoba and was wondering if anyone knows of el rey de bocadillo? or is he really a myth? i would love to meet him as i consider any eccentric person to be a star, also i think that i would be coming from sevilla or possibly malaga is it buses or trains?
many thanks, johnnie

Re: el rey de bocadillo

by Roadquill

I have no idea who el rey is, but getting to Cordoba from Sevilla is extremely easy via train (about one hour) and can be done one way for about 9 euro. Slightly more for a slightly faster train. I did a day trip, got a late start and still saw a great deal of Cordoba. Obviously I wish I had another day. Karl

Re: el rey de bocadillo

by Odinnthor

No he is not a myth. Don't know how to find him though. Perhaps the first video will give you a clue.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shQ7aVz8XLg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx8kVEc43jw

Re: el rey de bocadillo

by johnnienewt

thanks for your help fellers, he really is a star, i think i will send him a mnchester city scarf and a pair of comic specs for his collection, i'll just address it to el rey bocadillo villa del rio cordoba, its bound to get there eh, may wait till the new footie season in august this year.
cheers johnnie.

Travel Tips for Córdoba

Fiesta de San Rafael

by GentleSpirit

Without knowing it beforehand the second day of my stay in Cordoba (Oct. 24) was the festival of the patron saint of the city, San Rafael. Many businesses are closed and there are limited city services. The communist unions had called a transport strike for that day (though Im not sure how successful it was) I had met a policeman the previous day who seemed intrigued that an American could speak spanish so well.

Spaniards go out to the country with their families on this day and I was invited to join the policemans family. There was nothing special, really just hanging out and relaxing. They take a little barbeque sort of thing to cook and all the men compete, trying to show off their skills as chefs.

That evening there was an outstanding flamenco show at the Alcazar put on by one of the flamenco schools in the city. I was later told by flamenco fans that what i saw that night was probably one of the most genuine performances.

Puerta del Puente (Bridge Gate)

by Martin_S.

Puerta del Puente (Bridge Gate) is found at the end of the bridge (now isn't that a surprise) crossing the Guadalquivir River, it and the bridge itself were supposedly built by the Romans, Julius Caesar if I remember correctly. It later had changes and repairs made to it by the Moslem rulers.

those wonderful parks

by pepples46

when ever the heat get too much..there is relief close by, f.g.... the Park Maria Luisa ..gives shelter from the Sun. the temp. can get into the early 40deg so many, Cordoba has been an easy going City as far as I remember, and I felt safe..no hassles

Late afternoon we crossed...

by Sakura_Kobe

Late afternoon we crossed Puente Romano and see Mezquita and Alcazar over Rio Guadalquivir. In Spain, my sense of time needed to reset. They had the twilight at 9 p.m. This is the most beautiful time of the day. We saw the view of Mezquita and Alcazar in the twilight. The sky which was getting red a little by little was wrapping them up. That was a breathtaking view!!! You should not miss it when you are in Cordoba.

Traditional Food of Cordoba

by cwest03 about Taverna Salinas

We found this restaurant recommended in a few different guides so we thought we'd give it a shot. Luckily it was about a 5 minute walk from our hotel so it was very convenient. The service was great, the food was out of this world and the price was just right. We let the waiter pick our wine and we got a great ¬8 bottle of local wine.

English menus are available upon request I can't remember the Spanish name for this dish but it basically consists of spinach and garbanzo beans that are kind of stewed together. We also had the potatoes, gazpacho and anchovies and a wonderful bottle of wine. This place comes highly recommended.

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Address: Avenida de la Arruzafa S/N, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14012, Spain