Hospederia Duque San Martin Cordoba

Address: Barroso, 4, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Cordoba: 2 Night Stay

A travel blog entry by travelmaniax on Aug 26, 2014

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... The architecture is like a mosque (the equivalent of a church for Muslims), with lots of arches and patterns, and not so many pictures and pillars, like the other full Cathedrals in Spain. A section of the floor at one end of the Mezquita was converted into glass, so you could see the old tunnels beneath the floor of the Mezquita. The decoration on the arches was mostly red and white lines, like you can see in ...

Are You Going to Cordoba Fair?

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 25, 2014

71 photos

... to assorted saints). The result is a breathtakingly beautiful, if occasionally disorienting, religious structure that continues to function as the city's cathedral.

The interior really is awe-inspiring; we both audibly gasped when we first stepped in. Photos don't do justice to its size and imposing grandeur, but Dennis did his best with our little point-and-shoot. It's so big that I was completely lost and turned around inside--it's kind ...

Recapping my Incredible Opportunities.

A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Jan 27, 2014

9 photos

... it, it is worth every penny.

So Cordoba. Where this entry is dedicated to. Me encanta Crodoba. It is absolutely beautiful. It hits the perfect mix between modernism and old town. In the old town, the buildings are short, the roads small, and the people quaint. You can tell it was originally designed to walk through, not to drive through. Everything is right around the corner, and the luscious greenery ...

Patio Palace and the Mosque-Cathedral

A travel blog entry by haspain on Jul 21, 2013

17 photos

... a plant.

In the afternoon we returned to the Mezquita-Cathedral to take our time and see everything. Other than the teenaged tourists trying to be sneaky but obviously playing hide and seek, it was pretty peaceful. Well, at least for the last 10 minutes before closing when they weren’t letting anyone else in and everyone was leaving. We stayed until we were kicked out.

Bad News: Today, in a solid team effort, we killed Andrew’s camera. First I fumbled ...

Seville y Cordoba

A travel blog entry by brittlinnt on Jun 09, 2013

... our first stop. Seville is the third largest city in Andalusia (the southern peninsula of Spain). Here we visited El Palacio Real which is a palace that is still used by the current Royals, but only as a vacation home. Must be nice. We saw the building that represents Spain during the exhibition of all the Latin countries. This building was used for a scene in Star ...