Pension El Portillo

Address: Cabezas, núm.2 , Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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      Day trip to Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Nov 21, 2014

      138 photos

      We did a day trip to Cordoba to see the sights but spent most of the time visiting the Great Cathedral and Mosque down by the river and old Roman bridge.

      We took the 10:15 am Renfe train from Seville SJ main station (the fast train
      cost was 26.00 Euros per person) a bit expensive for a 45 minute ride.
      On the return we took a slower train for 10.00 Euros per person. It was
      very ...


      A travel blog entry by gabrieladulceee on Jun 13, 2014

      35 photos

      ... drink and a desert for 5 euros. It was great. It was fun to just chill out after the long bus ride, and appreciate the beautifulness. After lunch though, we went to visit Mezquita De Córdoba. It was a nice mosque, and inside it, was a church! It was crazy but very beautiful! We also than visited the Castillo Almodóvar del Río, which was also beautiful. It was so hot, so the walk up to the Castillo (Castle) was ...

      Being lost in Cordoba isn't so bad

      A travel blog entry by lostinspain2014 on Feb 15, 2014

      2 comments, 59 photos

      ... gardens in front, and a big iron gate and fence makes it look important.

      2. churches. every church in cordoba is catholic, and im sure everybody got pretty annoyed hen i took pictures of every single one, but come on, you just dont see architecture like that in Georgetown.

      3. The Manolete Monument. Manolete is a famous Torero (a guy that shakes the red cape in front of a bulls face to make it angry) from the 30's. born and raised ...

      Cordoba - the mosaic city

      A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Oct 04, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... street and that the taxi had no right to be there. Eventually, after a bit of a screaming match between driver and tourists, the pedestrians moved to both sides of the street. It was still not wide enough for a car to go through. Finally they all went to one side of the street so we could pass. Later in the day we saw a very pregnant woman turn with her belly facing the road and I thought for sure the passing taxi was going to hit her, but all was well.

      The Cathedrosque

      A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... to go to a Synagogue but this was closed from the 18th to the 30th for some work. Came across some shops of course and an artisans market and workshop. Would go back to those later. No queue at the Mezquita and since up to 20,000 Muslims could pray there when it was a mosque, there were no issues with controlling the entrance of visitors.

      Originally the building on this site was a Visigoth Christian church. It was purchased by ...