Hotel Cordoba Center
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cordoba Center Córdoba
Travel Blogs from Córdoba
... the bus to drive back down the hill to your original location! Seriously! By the time we had finally got to the top of the hill to enter we had 25 minutes to look around. Why? Because even though the medina closed at 7:30, you had to be back at the bus by 7pm (even though from the top of the hill to the bottom of the hill only took maximum 10 minutes).
All that aside I'm glad we did it (although the amount of hilly exploration i can do in ...
... br> The tower views would have been better in the afternoon as the sun was rising from behind the Mezquita complex. It is closed this afternoon, presumably due to the processions heading into the cathedral. It was okay but dubious if worth even the entry fee [2E].
John and I wandered the streets in the southwestern corner of the World Heritage Site. It was an easy morning, meandering here and there.
We stopped at the Cafe Viena for [what else?] a coffee. It ...
... Catholic Cathedral for the last eight hundred years. The Muslims still claim the Mosque as their own, and today both non-religious and religious tourists from around the world come to visit this amazing building. When we finished, we caught a taxi to the train station and go to see some of the other beautiful buildings around Cordoba including a castle.
... women, because I have one too.
Guapo/guapa - beautiful/cute - used so frequently that the lady at the store register will call you guapo/guapa.
€ = Euro
1€ converts to $1.36 OR
$1 converts to .74€ (as of January 5, 2014)
Fun fact: Spaniards don't tip, not even a few cents! On the other side the the tortilla, don't expect stellar customer service in Spain either. And, you can't tip to make it ...
... exist today. It is about 600m x 400m in size.
When Cordoba was reconquered in the 13th century, the mosque was handed over to the Catholic Church who did not tear it down but instead added Christian features to it. The minaret was also converted into a bell tower. After the reconquista most mosques in Spain were destroyed and had churches built in their place.
Quite odd walking through the columns and arches of ...