Mirador de Montoro

Cerro de la Muela S/N, Montoro, Andalusia, 14600, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $75.00

Travel Blogs from Montoro


A travel blog entry by kvstark

... architecture in the center. It was well worth the free price, although there was limited time. I managed to see most of what I wanted in that time though.

You can't really see the Cathedral part very well from where they let tourists go, so I decided to stay for mass. You actually have to leave the mosque and then enter again, telling the guard you want to go to mass. This was a great decision. The part where I hadn't gotten to see is ...

Cordoba at a run

A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald.


... we got to an ancient gate to the city, Puerta de Almodovar, where we had a quick 9€ tapas and a beer in the lee of the wall in a great spot. It was early for lunch, at 1.30.

We walked all the way back to the gate on the Roman bridge, Puerta de Puente, and jumped on a small bus that took us through the narrow streets of seven old areas. What we love about these trips is that we see the city as a whole, areas we wouldn't otherwise ...

Breakfast with a view of Roman towers and bridges

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas


... like before all the catholic additions/changes. Back across the bridge for Sam, Pablo and Belle to climb the roman gate - can't pass on a set of stairs!! We then walked the streets of the Jewish quarter, stopping for a bite to eat, an ice cream, a visit to a traditional home from the 13th century (great to 'experience') and a visit to a 'taller' of local artists where we bought a couple of lovely things to bring home. ...

The Mezquita

A travel blog entry by masters


... scenery.

When we got to Cordoba late morning, we walked through the parks to the old town and went straight to the Mezquita, which was the main thing we came to see. A building was there previously and was used by both Christians and Muslims, but a mosque was started on the site in 796. Expanded twice during the 10th century, it is huge and is characterised by it's numerous double arches made of red brick and white stone, on top of marble ...

Mezquitas y Naranjas

A travel blog entry by laurelhawk


... cone at a little shop that was just next to our meeting point. It. Was. De-lish-ous! I got a cone of Dulce de Leche, which I had never tried before, but am not a solid fan of J It took us approximately an hour and a half to get back to Granada and we arrived back in town on Sunday night at around 5:30.

(No Pictures because I accidentally deleted them :(...)


This 3 star hotel, located on Cerro de la Muela S/N, Montoro, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Palacio Museo de Viana, Calleja de las Flores, and El Cardenal.
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