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.
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Very nice hostel, close to the Mezquita, friendly staff, plenty of bars and restaurants within 50 metres and a lovely roof terrace. Definitely a good place to stay to cover Cordoba. ... more
The hostel was excellent. We particularly like the ambience they had created there and the staff was really friendly. The toilet was ok, although it was not very clean in the morning after having alot of people took bath before us. They do however have a curfew, some guests might want to bare that in mind. ... more
Granada, Cordoba or Seville. Which would you choose??
Hiya I'm taking my 17 year old brother on holiday this summer and I would be really grateful for some advice! Within a 3 weekish period we're thinking of going to Granada, Cordoba, Seville and then Lisbon. I want us to see lots but at the same time don't want us to be so busy that we're too knackered ...
14 Days in Spain - Madrid, Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Barcel
. Day 1 to 4 - Madrid. Day 5 - Cordoba Day 6 & 7 - Seville Day 8 - Granada Day 9 - Barcelona (Flying ...
Leaving Buenos Aires late Friday night we arrived in Cordoba early Saturday morning. Our first experience from a friendly, yet, COMPLETELY loco cab driver to Hostel Tango ( http://www.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Tango-Hostel/Cordoba ...
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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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