Beatiful gardens to walk in, with fountains and pools. The palace-fortress of the Catholic Monarchs is good preserved building and has some beautiful roman mosaics on it.
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Palacio Real - I believe there are 6 royal palaces throughout Spain. This one is as beautiful and is being renovated. The gardens are expansive and it has a museum as well.
Check out the irrigation systems as it is all intricately designed to carry water to the gardens.
It´s said that the first bullfight or Corrida in Christian times happened here. Two bulls were fighted in honor of King Juan.
Located under the Salon de los Mosaicos, these thermal baths from Arab origin were used by the king.
Is the main northeast tower of the fortress, it´s an octogonal platform that offers great views of the city of Cordoba.
After visiting the Mosaics Salon you will find a gallery that takes you to the stairs of the towers. Both towers offer great views of the Fortress, and the city.
The gardens of the palace - were we spent some time in the shade - are lovely. This palace/fortress of the catholic monarchs was built in the 14th century.
A rectangular patio which is a fine example of Moorish architecture. There are motifs in Stucco around the base of the walls with drawings of castles and lions, ad patterns.
The gardens of the Alcazaar were wonderful, full of flowers, fountains, statuary and of course people. Don't let that deter you though as they are beautiful.
Check out the Alcázar pools and magnificent gardens lined with statues of the kings once linked to this palace-fortress.
The fortress of Cordoba is close to the Mezsquita and is largely unrestored except the outside walls