Hotel Macia Alfaros
Travel Blogs from Córdoba
A 45 minute train journey from Seville lays Cordoba, another Andalusian gem. And the main attraction here is the Mosque, initiated in the eighth century after the Moslem Conquest, and extended in the subsequent centuries to the truly massive size extant today. With the re-conquest by the Christians in 1236 work started to convert the building to …
-Leave on bus at 11am. Train station by Cruz y Oritiz, Santa Justa
-Moneo's San Pablo Aeropuerto de Sevilla (1987-92). Pretty astonishing space, rounded celing.
-To Cordoba. Museum just outside city is closed, but interesting long walkways.
-Medina De Azahara ruins from 10th C.
Castilla La Mancha - land of Don Quixote like windmills. Fantastic Moorish Hotel The temple at cordoba is beautiful It was HOT so the pool was welcome.
... It was gorgeous. We then popped across the street to the Casa de Sefarad museum to learn more about the Jewish history in the region. The museum is in an old house from the 14th century, and was by far the best of the day’s museums. It also had an Inquisition room, but with old books, documents, and lots of information, not torture implements (the lady at the desk on the way in even told us there weren’t any, so not to ...
This morning, we met at the San Bernardo bus station at 9 AM to depart for Córdoba. I really wish we had had more than one afternoon in this city, because I felt that there was so much to see. The main attraction, however, was definitely the cathedral. This site, before being converted into a cathedral, was previously an enormous mosque; therefore, you can see in the pictures that the architecture of the cathedral actually ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Clean and comfortable room
Good location, but not for the buses
Large, modern, interesting building
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