Hotel Averroes

Campo Madre de Dios 38, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14002, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Campo Madre de Dios 38, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Palacio Museo de Viana, Calleja de las Flores, and Museo de Julio Romero de Torres.
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Day 15-17: Exploring Cordoba

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 25, 2021

127 photos

... conflict or losing their identity. And now, I come to Cordoba. A city that 700 years ago was a model for progress and development. And, though it was ruled by Muslims, it was a city where the three monotheistic faiths lived in harmony. Then, when the Christians took over, the era of tolerance ended and Jews and Muslims were forced to either flee, convert or die. Now I want to learn, what secrets did this Middle Age civilization have that it seems even now we have a ...

Coolest Place of Worship/Mosque/Church EVER!

A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 13, 2014

8 photos

... known for all of the flowers that decorate the streets. They hang out of windows and off balconies all around the area. This buildings were lighter in color so having the green, pink and red against them made them really stand out. As we walked through there was some sort of special event taking place that made the roads very busy with people. We aren't positive on the even but we gathered that it was a bunch of cafes that opened up ...

Olives, Oranges, and Paella

A travel blog entry by angelahelmer on Sep 08, 2013

4 comments, 15 photos

Córdoba feels like a magical place. There are horse drawn carriages everywhere and grand architecture from Roman and Arabic influence. The statues represent historical figures of all different backgrounds who respected and learned from each other. Jewish, Arabic and Catholic figures line the streets with plaques telling their stories of innovation and education.

The Mesquita itself is a mixture of all three major religions that co-existed here in ...

Religious History Day

A travel blog entry by haspain on Jul 20, 2013

28 photos

... the tools of the inquisition. The Synagague was very neat. It fell into a state of disrepair during the inquisition, when all of its worshippers were exiled or worse but it wasn't destroyed as were all of the others in Cordoba. It's still quite damaged on the inside, which gives it a pretty unique atmosphere.

I think the lady at our hotel, who was otherwise awesome, oversold the Christ of the Lanterns was extremely difficult ...


A travel blog entry by heathm9 on Jun 03, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

We took the metro to the train station this morning. The only way you can use the automated machines to buy train tickets is if you use there credit card. So we had to pull a number like the DMV and wait for them to call our name with only four people working. An hour later we get on the fast train to cordoba. The countryside is pretty with Olive groves everywhere. We arrived in town put ...