Get ready to learn more about the history and the cultural heritage of Córdoba. Do not hesitate to discover the charm of the Jewish Quarter and the millenary history of Sefarad. Across the entangled streets, you will be able to see hidden treasures like the Souk’s courtyard, filled with workshops or Cardinal Salazar’s square. You will get to know the flourishing Jewish past through the architecture of the, more than unique, medieval Synagogue of the city (closed on Mondays).
After that get ready to walk through the narrow streets that will lead you to the impressive Mosque and Cathedral of Córdoba, melting pot of cultures where every expectative will be surpassed if you know where to look. It is considered as a symbol of the synthesis between the Islamic and Christian arts, thus becoming the most important and famous landmark of Córdoba.