Nice area to walk around, lots of food of dubious quality, plenty of trinkets. Very little harassment by merchants. Definitely should be on the to do list
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We really enjoyed walking around the narrow streets of this area - beautiful & cool on a hot day as the sun just doesn't get through!!
The juderia in Cordoba is just beautiful. Pretty narrow little Spanish streets with whitewashed walls and flowers everywhere. There are plenty of touristy bars and restaurants, along with souvenir shops all around, especially nearby the mosque. However, if you walk off the beaten track you...More
Lovely (and cool!) winding and narrow streets with interesting decorations on white walls in the area around the Mezquita. Lots of eateries and other small businesses to linger at. Very pleasant even on a hot afternoon.
I think one of the places you have to visit if you are in Cordoba, The remaining a of what was a very cultural community with huge contributions to human kind, should the shown and they story been told. Don’t forget to visit the synagogue...More
Wandering the streets of the Juderia is a photographers paradise, a pleasure and an education. Winding streets with doorways leading to courtyards and patios abound studded with small museums, shops and attractions. Many are free to enter and others charge a small fee. A worthwhile...More
The nicest part of Cordoba and a lovely area to wander through when visiting the Mezquita. It also offers a certain amount of shade against the sun
We spent a few hours walking the streets and peeking at the patios throughout Juderia. Plenty of photos ops and tapa stops along the way. A top 5 thing to do in Cordoba.
His quarter,like many Jewish quarter I other cities is full of narrow and winding laneways. There are many artisans shops to browse at, and of course nice bars and places to eat. The Maimonedes statue is worth seeing - Google him if you don't know...More