Tryp Cordoba Hotel

Avda. Jardines De La Victoria S/N, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14004, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avda. Jardines De La Victoria S/N, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Calleja de las Flores, El Cardenal, and Museo de Julio Romero de Torres.
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Travel Blogs from Córdoba

Carousing at Cervezas Califa

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 18, 2014

17 photos

... tried the IPA, a wheat beer and a stout which were all fantastic but after 3 glasses each was way too much alcohol for our weakened tolerances. Honestly, we were drunk. But the beer was amazing and we were happy.

Still feeling the effects of the alcohol later that night, for dinner we grabbed some supplies from a nearby supermarket to make some ham and cheese rolls to eat in a park. We went for another short walk around town before heading back to ...

The Great Mosque

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Apr 05, 2014

19 photos

... amazing how well it was preserved over the nearly 2000 years of its existence! A stone's throw from the Mezquita is the Alcazar which is a palace with extensive gardens. Although much smaller than the Alhambra in Grenada, the gardens were just as impressive and reminded us of a desert version on the Butchart Gardens in Victoria. Besides being a residence for the various royalty that called Cordoba home, the building also served as a fortress and was even used ...

N-502

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Jun 20, 2013

28 photos

... city in blazing heat.

On the edge of Cordoba, I stop to check on the location of my hotel for the night, the Hostal Santa Ana. I've got a sketch map which, unhelpfully, places it slap bang in the middle of the Rio Guadalquivir. I have to make a random guess as to which side of the river it is actually on, and get it wrong. So there's quite a bit of trouble in finding this one and I eventually get my GPS out and walk there to check in. With hindsight, it's probably a good thing ...

Cordoba

A travel blog entry by pegannon on Jun 10, 2013

1 comment, 88 photos

... and over again was tolerance. This area of Spain had been known for its tolerance of all religions, until the inquisition made its way through here. The art work and architecture are breathtaking. The rest of the day is spent wandering over the Roman bridge, built in the first century BC, and through the old town. Again, there ...

Cordoba—the Magnificent

A travel blog entry by candice_irby on Mar 09, 2013

2 comments, 33 photos

... over them the mosque (started at 784 a.c.). When one enters the Mezquita, there is a hole in the floor in one part, and one can see the Visigothic remains. The Moors used the marble columns of the Roman temple which had occupied the site previously, as well as other destroyed Roman buildings in their construction of the mosque. It took two centuries to finish the mosque, and at that time it was the second biggest mosque in the Muslim world.

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