5 Must See Places in Cordoba, Day Trip from Seville, Spain

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28 Responses

  1. Sylvia K says:

    Ah, those are indeed beautiful places and I have been there!! Thanks for sharing and for the memories, Indrani!! Hope you've enjoyed a lovely weekend and have a great new week ahead!

  2. Nice places to visit 🙂

  3. That's an awesome list 🙂

  4. An interesting piece on frozen history

  5. enjoyed ur post !

  6. I loved the Jewish Quarters! 🙂

  7. Architecture and craftsmanship at its best… Thanks for sharing.

  8. Uppal says:

    Loved the post for narration and elegant pictures!

  9. Mridula says:

    Loved all the pictures!

  10. That's a good list. A mosque, Jewish snagogue and Christian monarchs staying in proximty seems to be indicative of harmony.

  11. Nice list, quite helpful and I'm bookmarking it… 🙂

  12. A wonderful list. All the places look great 🙂

  13. All the pictures are very nice and description is very informative . I think you write timings of the places first time ever ?

  14. Bookmarked for a future visit. That mosque is stunning! Moorish architecture is so subtle the richness lies in the details.

  15. WOW!! What a virtual drooling!! Enjoyed the trip through your words…beautiful places!!!

  16. I hope I get to go there someday!

  17. Interesting Post, Indrani.. Thanks for sharing!

  18. Very nice places Indrani, with good pictures and it is helpful. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  19. Wow ! So wonderful Mezquitas and the other cultural heritages of Spain !! Lucky are those who get to visit and explore !!

  20. Sri Kri says:

    Informative post.Thanks a lot for sharing.

  21. Hi Indrani,

    Thank you for taking the time to compile this list!

    Just yesterday I met a fellow nomad who is currently working in Cordoba and he did tell me it’s a wonderful city — I guess he is right!

  22. Dane says:

    This is actually really well done! I remember when I was there and went to the tourist information place and they gave me far less information than this haha. I did not see any of this! The photos make it look beautiful though.

  23. A great compilation Indrani. The Roman Bridge looks stunning. Did you book a day trip or did you do all this on your own? A very detailed guide and will help anyone planning a trip to Cordoba.

    • Indrani Ghose says:

      This was completely self planned Swati. It was a day trip from Seville.

  24. Joe says:

    I’m ashamed to admit I don’t know much about Córdoba, and nor have I looked in to it as a possible destination to visit. I can see now that I was mistaken. It looks like a place steeped in history and culture, and that bridge looks mighty impressive!

  25. I was supposed to do the same trip from Seville to Cordoba. However I had to cancel my Seville trip and hence Cordoba had to be missed. I had heard so much of the Mesquite and hopefully I can go there next time. Now you have given me more reasons to visit Cordoba

  26. Wonderful list and guide. Surprised to see the Jewish quarter, I thought these areas were dominated by the Arabs in the past. It must have seen a lot of struggle during the crusade.