CORDOBA IS A LIVING WITNESS OF THE CIVILIZATIONS THAT SETTLED IN THIS ANDALUSIAN CITY: ARAB, JEWISH AND CHRISTIAN
Our 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, carefully prepared to host up to 6 people, are located in an unbeatable location, facing the Great Mosque of Cordoba, with unbeatable views and just minutes walking from the points of interests of the city, the museums and the best restaurants to fully enjoy our city.
WHAT SHOULD YOU NOT MISS IN CORDOBA?
THE GREAT MOSQUE
The Great Mosque is a harmonious combination of various different styles: the initial works of Abd-ar-Rahman I display Hispano-Visigothic influences, taking advantage of materials and columns gathered from other constructions. Since 1523 the Great Mosque has also housed a Christian Cathedral, constructed in the wake of the Reconquest along with to other side chapels.
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COURTYARDS LOS PATIOS
In the month of May is celebrated the popular contest “Los Patios Cordobeses“, a unique event in the world in which rewards creativity in beautifying the gardens of houses of the old aristocracy in Cordoba.
You can organize your visit to the patios by following the link: http://puertadelospatios.com/es
In July, Cordoba becomes the city of guitar. The Cordoba Guitar Festival is a landmark cultural and leisure of the city during this summer. The Festival of Córdoba have joined major figures of guitar flamenco, modern, jazz, Rock and classical music. Guitar serves as an excuse to accommodate a large number of shows, concerts, film screenings, exhibitions and conferences.
JULIO ROMERO DE TORRES COLECTION
The Julio Romero de Torres Museum brings together the largest collection of the painter in a recently renovated 19th century building in Córdoba (Spain). You can admire the wide repertoire of pictures which were donated by his family, purchased by the City Council or private collectors. Among the most important works of this master are Oranges and Lemons, Mystical Love and Profane Love, Poema de Córdoba, Marta and Maria, The Saeta, Cante Hondo, The Consecration of the Copla, Carmen, and of course, La Chiquita Piconera or The Altar of Love.