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Cordoba Segway 2 hours Sightseeing Tour
"Start with a brief safety orientation. Follow your guide through Cordoba on this 2-hour tour. Visit Tendillas Square Capuchinos Street Colon Square and Corredera Square. See the ruins of the Roman Temple. Ride along the riverside to Old Town. Learn about the mosques and cathedrals along the way. Cruise along the Roman Wall on this 5-mile (8km) Segway tour. Finish your tour close to worl a Moorish castle built between the 8th and 15th century.""""Take a 2-hour guided tour around Cordoba by Segway. See Cordoba's landmarks and highlights in the most convenient way. Visit Tendillas Square Capuchinos Street
From EUR40.00
 
Bike Tour Around Cordoba
"Meet your guide in central Cordoba for this 2 hour bike tour. Enjoy the easiest and the most comfortable way to get around the city by bike. You will be able to see the historical places such as the surroundings of the Mosque-Cathedral the riverside the Roman Bridge the Jewish Quarter Tendillas Square and Corredera Square. This is a 5-mile (8-km) guided tour that will save time and prevent foot pain while you discover all the secrets of the city!"""
From EUR25.00
 
Cordoba Tour During Patios Festival
"After the Courtyards Festival of Cordoba declaration as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO the interest for this breathtaking tradition has hugely increased. In Cordoba a Pie we are aware of the fact that the splendor of the typical cordovan courtyard does not only reach its maximum in May (the date of the Courtyards Festival) so we organize tours to the patios also the rest of the year. The Patios that are visited on this tour are the ones in the San Basilio neighborhood. There are 7 houses of different ages to be seen on this tour (from 14-21 century). Courtyards ful odors colors and breathtaking views.""""A guided tour through the Patios of Cordoba. Visit with 7 courtyard of 7 families. See patios full of flowers
From EUR15.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Córdoba

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Darkness

Be prepared for a disappointment.He have seen many pictures displaying the many columns of the cathedral, showing their density and rigorous geometry. We plan to make some good photos, and, at the...
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Getting around the historic section of town

Remember that Cordoba has been around since Roman times. The streets of its Historic Quarter,patricularly the Juderia, were not designed for cars and SUV's, rather for horses and carriages. On some...
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The Gypsy

You will see the gypsies near most of the major tourist attractions in most of the major cities in Spain. An older lady will offer a herb , it is NOT FREE! Easier to say "no, gracias" and just get on...
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Torre De La Calahorra

This is really not a serious danger but I thought I would add it to my tips. When you are visiting the Torre De La Calahorra the steps are narrow, a little step and winding.So just be careful, don't...
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Hot-hot-hot

If you are too hot on the beach, don't plan a trip to Córdoba, because it will be hotter there! When I visited it was 26 C degrees in Estepona (sea-shore) and 36 C degrees in Córdoba, just 3.5 hours...
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Flower girls

Watch out for girls or even adult women with flowers. They will try to approach you if you look lost or you look like an easy tourist target. They will try to sell you these flowers by giving you a...
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Wilting

We were warned that Cordoba gets very hot in July. Yes, it is very hot, but we went anyway. We're glad we did. We had no choice, other than to miss it, and we didn't want to do that. Cordoba is worth...
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No Quiero Rosemary, Por Favor

Avoid anyone bearing rosemary like the plague. We got taken to the cleaners by a rosemary bearing gypsy in Granada, and we were not about to let this happen a second time. We saw the gypsies hanging...
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Oranges... all over the place!

These are oranges at La Mezquita in Cordoba, Spain. There are orange trees all over the place in Cordoba, and in many other Spanish cities for that matter. Alittle word of caution... don't eat them....
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Accomodation in May

Unbelievable. We try to get accommodation during the festival of the Patios, with no luck at all!Prices of hostels up to 100 Euroshotels that normally you can get for 50 Euros, were up to 175 Euros!So...
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Juderia

While walking along this little streets, you will be safe, as there are lots of tourist (at least during the day, I had never been at night)Just be careful of the gypsies around trying to sell you...
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Do not come in summer time

Unless you want feel 45 C degrees or more (that is on the shadow) ... I had been once in July and August and I promised myself never to come again on that time!Well it is called the frying pan of...
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Attacked in the Jewish quarter!!

This is the kind of thing that could really happen anywhere. But it happened in Cordoba. My friend and I were walking home after dinner one evening, near the Jewish quarter, when we were followed by...
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BE VERY CAREFUL

In Cordoba it's really hot. Temperatures are really high. When you arrive there you think your skin will disappear and you're going to melt. Drink a lot of water and cover your head. Use sun cream too...
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Top Hotels in Córdoba

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Plaza de Maimonides 3, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14004, Spain
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Magistral Gonzalez Frances 15-17, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain
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Rami­rez de las Casas Deza 10 - 12, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14001, Spain
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Plaza Pineda n-2, Córdoba, 14003, Spain
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Calle Romero Barros 4-6, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain
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Calle de Tomas Conde 10, Córdoba, 14004, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Córdoba

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Cathedral / Mosque

The cathedral is the main reason for most people to go to Cordoba, 8 Euro entrance fee and € 37 with a guide, if you go before 10 am you will have no tour groups and the entrance might be free (was...
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Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos or Castle of Christian Kings is situated in historical center of Cordoba. Construction of this castle was started in 1328 according to orders of King Alfonso XI of...
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STREETS AND PATIOS OF CÓRDOBA...

Plaza Tendillas situated in the center of Cordoba and exists since XIV century when quarters of Military of Order of Calatrava were built here. Present time square started the process of its formation...
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Calahorra tower

This tower was built by Moorish rulers of Cordoba to protect entrance to Roman Bridge over Guadalquivir River from its south bank. Tower was reconstructed and reinforced in 1369 according to orders of...
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Roman Bridge

The main bridge from the old city dates from Roman times and is still in use today. it was built in the first century BC and was expanded to its current size during the Moorish occupation. The tower...
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Cathedral Mosque the Mihrab

I’m no great specialist in Islamic Architecture and especially in architecture of Mosques. As far as I know Mihrab is special niche in Mosque pointing direction toward Mecca. Before 1236, during...
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Oleg_D.

"City of Roman, Moorish and Castilian cultures"
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GentleSpirit

"Cordoba-The center of Al-Andalus"
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Hosell

"CORDOBA,in the heart of Andalucia"
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hojasdehierba

"CORDOBA: CITY OF THREE CULTURES"
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lina112

"Magical Córdoba"
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