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If you’re thinking Seville or Granada, think again. Cordoba is unfortunately bypassed by tourists in favor of these other cities… And they truly have no idea of what they’re missing!
What are the best hostels in Cordoba? Searching for the perfect hostel can be a bit overwhelming, especially when there are so many to choose from. Below is the ultimate list of my top 3 hostels in Cordoba: you won’t need to search anywhere else!
Looking for the best budget hotels in Cordoba? If you crave for the comfort and privacy of a hotel room, close to Cordoba’s top tapas bars and attractions, you can spend hours searching through deals. So I’ve compiled a list of the best and cheapest hotels in the city.
What are the best mid-range hotels in Cordoba? The city is not particularly expensive (at least to European standards), so you won’t need to look hard in order to find a number of wallet-friendly options.
What are the best holiday properties in Cordoba? If you prefer a slower, less jam-packed approach to a couple of days in Cordoba then renting an apartment should be your first option.
This guide will help you find the best boutique hotels in Cordoba. Thanks to it, you will find the most charming and romantic hotels in Cordoba so you can feel the magic and enchantment of history on every corner you take.
What are the best luxury hotels in Cordoba? This is an expert guide to the best hotels in Cordoba’s old town, including the top places for rooftop terraces, swimming pools, romantic rooms, and gorgeous views of the Mezquita of course.
What are the best places to stay in Cordoba? Because the city is known for a lot of things. If you plan to visit this wonderful and historic destination, you will experience unique cultural attractions and sights, and a vibrant nightlife.
Is the Mezquita night visit worth it? It’s open both at night and during the day, but when is best to visit the Mezquita? Well give you the inside scoop so that you can make up your own mind.
There’s no need to buy tickets to the Mezquita in advance (unlike at the Alhambra where tickets sell out). Just go to the ticket office on Patio de Los Naranjos to buy them when you arrive.