The Grand Theatre located on Gran Capitán boulevardwhich is apedestrian street in the center of Córdoba.
This is Cardenal Herrero street , which is one of the streetssurroundingthe Mosque of Cordoba.
Cruz Conde street in the city center is a pedestrianstreet where trendy shops can be found .
This street is called calleja de las flores ( alley of flowers) . This isone of the most popular and typical of Córdoba streets visited bythousands of tourists a day.
The vial. It is called so because there lay the old railwaytracks and there is a rest of a via with an old train.
This is the plaza de la corredera. Unique main square in Andalucía.Located in the ancient city center.
This is the plaza de los patos ( ducks) . It is agarden in the Victory Avenue.
This is our university campus called Rabanales,which is 3 kms away fromCórdoba. You can get there by train or bus.
In the Ollerías Avenue near the historicalcenter of Córdoba. You canvisit the Malmuerta ( wrongly dead) towerwhich had a tragic story.
This is the bridge of Andalucía. It is asuspension bridge across theGuadalquivir River.
This is the Alcazar of the Catholic Kings, it is one of the oldestmonuments in Cordoba but also one the most visited and most beautiful that characterizes this city. You can attend an equestrian show.
The Alkazar: It’s a sober castle, withmagnificent gardens and patios ofMoorish tradition. It was built ( as it is usualin Cordoba) over and withthe remains of ancient constructions. OldCordoba was surrounded by awall which can be still seen in many parts ofthe city.
Saint Rafael is our SaintPatron, because heprotected the town from themedieval plagues. It’s alsocalled “Custodio” for manyother miracles.On October 24th is a greatholiday in Córdoba becausepeople in thecity remember S.Rafael’smemory.
Medinat alZahara is apalace townbuild byAbderraman IIIin 796 A.D. Itis 8 km awayfrom Cordoba.
The called “Fernandinas Churches”were ordered to build by the kingFernando III “The Saint” after theChristian Reconquest, in 13th century.This is S.Nicholas’s Church.
This is another “FernandinasChurchs”, S.LorenzoChurch.
The Mosque-Cathedral is the most important monument of Córdoba, it was worldheritage monument in town. It’s the result of an islamic Mosque built in 8th century thathad his greater splendor in 10th century, and the Cathedral of Córdoba built in 13thcentury inside it.
The Calahorra Tower is an Islamic Fortress built in the 12thcentury. Itserved as an entry and protection of the Roman Bridge.
The Roman Bridge stretches over the Guadalquivir riverand connects two neighborhoods of Córdoba. It wasbuilt by the Romans when we were part of the RomanEmpire, and it was recently renovated. Now it’s declareda monument of Cultural interest.
Another element that characterizes our city are thedifferent fairs, such as the Crosses of May, which are across covered with flowers that areplaced throughoutthe city and peopleget around them to dance, sing and enjoy.
Our fair is verylively, wedanced in thestalls, we sangsevillanas...
The carriages, at thefair in Córdoba, theywalk in the morning toshine.
The Virgin of Los Dolores ( Virgin of Pains) is one of themostfamous Easter processions of Córdoba, its day is HolyFriday.
Easter in Córdoba is livedwith passion anddevotion. We enjoyed thenice thing about thesaints.