The city of Córdoba has had a long and important history on the Iberian peninsula. The town is located in the Guadalquivir river valley, which made for easy access to the natural resources in the nearby Morena Mountains. The city was the capital of the Roman province of Hispania Ulterior Baetica, which was the southwest corner of modern Spain.
From the Cordoba Travel Guide
Well located between historic and new city center, and perfectly climatized, but it is very, very noisy (not from the street but the inside), don't expect to sleep without ear protection because you will hear doors, TVs and loud speaking neighbours all the night. ... more
Clean, well located. The wi-fi is not working in the rooms. The staff is very professional and formal. This hotel is a littlebit cold, but it is a very good deal for the price... ... more
When I checked in here I was lead to believe that the breakfasts would be free. The man behind the counter even double checked my booking and confirmed this to me. I was delightfully surprised. When I checked out three days later of course it was a different story. Another man who was at the counter said 'we never offer free breakfasts'. ... more
hi we are planning to tour andalucia in may flying into seville.i have booked a room for the first 2 nights.would it be best to then go to cordoba-granada-malaga-then ronda-jerez then back to seville for flight OR seville-down to jerez-back to seville then cordoba-grananda-malaga- ronda then back ...
10 days in Andalusia
Hi there My gf has decided she wants to go Andalusia for 10 days in September. She has in mind Seville and Granada but wondering if we could add one extra city it and if so, should it be Cadiz, Jerez or Cordoba thnks ...
Cordoba was all about the food; empanadas, locro, tortas, and AMAZING steak for just a couple of dollars. We stayed three days with great weather and could definitely have stayed longer, but decided to get on the bus again, this time crossing the border to Uruguay... ...
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