Mirador de Montoro

Address: Cerro de la Muela S/N, Montoro, Andalusia, 14600, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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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      Travel Blogs from Montoro

      Day 14: Road to Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 24, 2021

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      0994. One Final Sprint (Spa 064, 11A-141) Bailen, July 14, 2011 Day 460: 3 hours, 3.7 kms My feet have taking a real beating these last couple of days, so in the morning I decide that trying to hike to Bailen might be pushing myself to hard. So I backtrack to Mongibar and catch a bus instead. Bailen is a fairly run of the mill town, with a couple of little plazas, narrow streets and a larger plaza that is used for the annual fair. But being able to enjoy this town ...

      Many hours on trains before reaching Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by deb_and_john on Apr 24, 2014

      4 photos

      ... was tiny but this beats it by far! Anyway, the room itself is lovely. The house dates back 1000 years and is like a rabbit warren. Carola, the owner, is doing it up bit by bit and paying for it by having paying guests. The loft, were we are, has been done very tastefully. Anyway, once the cases were up, we settled in, had a cuppa then heading out. We wandered around reacquainting ourselves ...

      Cordoba at a run

      A travel blog entry by barry.mcdonald. on Nov 12, 2013

      24 photos

      ... walked from the gardens up wide paved roads amidst buildings made to aggrandise dudes of huge clerical and political importance. I mean they were really important, you can tell, everything is big, carved, decorated and, did I say big? Our destination, the Mesquite was built in 784 by the Moorish rulers, and later, when the Catholics took the city back, they inserted a large cathedral in the middle of the Muslim creation. The mosque was built with 1293 ...

      Tourist?

      A travel blog entry by matt81 on Apr 04, 2013

      3 comments

      Well, I have reached the end nearly. My travels have taken me through 2 continents relatively thoroughly. Many countries-I don't even care to count. I have written and pontificated about nearly everything in my brain. Solo traveling is good for that.

      And now it feels like the end. Cathedrals and Roman bridges no longer seem to inspire me. I grow tired of tapas. There is a risk of going "travel crazy" simply blazing on into oblivion, ...

      Kissing lanes in southern Spain

      A travel blog entry by hn_adventures on Sep 26, 2012

      29 photos

      ... in hotel El Ray Moro, a delightful little boutique hotel with a lovely courtyard. The lanes around Seville are so narrow that they're called "kissing lanes", presumably because two people in balconies across the street can actually reach over and kiss!

      We tried walking around at night, but kept getting lost in the maze of winding roads! So we embraced the city, wandered aimlessly and ended the evening with some fabulous tapas.
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