Córdoba (2 hours)

Cordoba is an old city with a lot of history that was founded by the Romans in the year 169BC. You can visit the second largest mosque in the world here, which has stunning architecture. The Roman Bridge and the synagogue are also some things you should not miss. Cordoba has a Jewish quarter consisting of narrow old streets with lots of atmosphere. There has emerged some souvenir stores, but overall the area is nevertheless very authentic. There are also many beautiful gardens you can visit. Lots of tapas bars and bodegas you can grab a snack, drinks and relax a bit.
It is possible to get guided tours in Cordoba and hear about the city’s fascinating history and architecture.

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